On the fringe of Bali's cultural capital, Ubud, Amandari – which means “peaceful spirits” – is set amidst rice terraces and sacred grounds.


Set in central Bali near the town of Ubud, Amandari is within easy reach of Denpasar Airport (DPS).


Bali enjoys a warm, tropical climate year-round. The weather is particularly pleasant from June until September, and humidity is highest during the November to March rainy season. Even during the heaviest rains, however, the sun is rarely out of sight for long.

What to pack

Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring and a wide-brimmed hat is always recommended during the day. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship.

Language & Currency
Balinese and Bahasa Indonesian are the main two languages on the island, and English, French, German and Japanese are increasingly spoken. The national currency is the rupiah; US dollars are accepted in the main centres. Bureaux de change can also be easily found and credit cards are accepted by larger establishments.
Don’t Forget
Bali on Central Indonesian Time (WITA), eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 220 volts/50 cycles; convertors as well as plug adaptors are available.
Medical services are available round the clock at Amandari. Reasonable precautions should be taken against mosquito-borne diseases.

Please check with your nearest Indonesian embassy or consulate prior to travel. Visa requirements vary from country to country and the Amadari team can advise on the necessary procedures as well as assist with customs clearance at airport.


The Amandari team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.