4D/3N Backpacking Bali (Part 2) : Bayu Guest House @ Ubud, Bali (Part 4)

 This is Part 4, the final write-up for Bayu Guest House, a wonderful Balinese-style guest house that is located in central Ubud, Bali. 🙂 To read the write-ups and see the photos from Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3, kindly click here – Bayu Guest House @ Ubud, Bali (Part 1), here – Bayu Guest House @ Ubud, Bali (Part 2) or here – Bayu Guest House @ Ubud, Bali (Part 3).

 

Of Green Paddy Fields & Relaxing Ubud, Bali

During our stay there in the month of July, they have just started planting the paddy seedlings so, the paddy field is quite bare. Nevertheless, it was an enlightening experience to watch the farmers working diligently in the field. If you are planning to visit Ubud, Bali for its lush green/yellow paddy fields, be sure to check the season with your guide, travel agent or even with your guest house/hostel/hotel to ensure that you will not be disappointed when you get there.

Travellers recommend visiting Ubud, Bali in the months of August-September when the weather is cooler and the paddy fields are green/yellow; picture perfect for photographs. And who knows if you are lucky, there might be several ‘bebek’ a.k.a ducks running around in the paddy fields! 😉 Here are the last few photos I have of the beautiful and lovely property. My sister and I love Bayu Guest House to the max!

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Bayu Guest House from the edge of the paddy field
Freshly planted paddy seedlings at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
A close-up look at the paddy in the field at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
Beautiful scenery at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
Rama room by the paddy field and the common area upstairs at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
A beautiful morning at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
A beautiful view with peace and tranquillity at Bayu Guest House in Ubud, Bali
The friendly, helpful and wonderful owners of Bayu Guest House – Pak Komang, Ibu Kadek, and their beloved sons, Bayu and Rama

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Bayu Guest House

Monkey Forest Street | Lane Mandia Bungalow
No.3, Ubud, Gianyar – Bali 80571, Indonesia
Telephone: +62 8123 888 599 / +62 8563 888 196
Email: info@bayuguesthouse.com

 

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4 Comment

  1. Looks like a homely place to head in. Will be nice if one visits when teh paddy are all golden yellow!

  2. Yup, I couldn't agree more with you. That's why it is important to check the season with your local guide/travel agent or hotel/hostel/guest house before going there to get the best view and to avoid any disappointments. 🙂

  3. Mutia says: Reply

    Where did you go while staying in ubud? I am gonna go there the day after tomorrow, any recommended places to go?

    1. Hi Mutia,

      To answer your question, kindly read my blog post about my 4D/3N Bali Travel Itinerary here:

      http://erikaevatohtravels.com/2013/07/4d3n-backpacking-bali-personalised-travel-itinerary-personal-drivertour-guide-information/

      Among the popular tourist spots in Ubud are Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’, Monkey Forest, Tegallalang Rice Terraces, and Puri Saren Royal Palace to name a few. Just Google and look up for more info. Hope that helps and safe travels to you! 🙂

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