If you’re planning yet another trip to Bali, here’s some good news about one of our favourite holiday destinations – there’s finally something new to visit! Secret Garden Village is tucked away in the less touristy Bedugul area (30 mins from Ubud) and the architecture itself is a sight to behold.
The complex was built to promote educational tourism and visitors can expect facilities like a beauty heritage museum and beauty factory. Learn more about natural cosmetics and don’t forget to drop by the spa corner in the beauty store!
Bali is famous for her coffee, and Secret Garden Village houses Black Eye Coffee & Roastery in a beautiful open concept store layout. Learn more about the roasting process before trying a few Indonesian blends, all while taking in the surrounding natural scenery of the coffee shop.
No holiday is complete without food, and you can get your fill of amazing Indonesian cuisine at The Luwus or Rice View restaurants. Aptly named, I heard the view of the rice fields is amazing at Rice View, and the Bebek Timbungan (duck cooked in bamboo) is a must-try at The Luwus.
Set aside a day of your Bali trip to explore the breathtaking landscape of Bedugul and learn a thing or two while you’re at it! No more complaining that there’s nothing new to see or do.