Honeymoon at Rumah Jepun

We welcomed a honeymoon couple to Rumah Jepun recently and so Gede gave their room a special flower make-over:

A heart of flowers

A heart of flowers

He usually puts fresh flowers in the rooms of our guest house, but this was obviously more than normal!

River View Room turned into Honeymoon Room

River View Room turned into Honeymoon Room

These particular honeymooners were travelling around Indonesia and so they only stayed 1 night in Ubud before whizzing off to the romantic Gili islands.

Decorate the ceiling

Decorate the ceiling with flowers

For future honeymooners who stay at Rumah Jepun’s bed and breakfast a little longer than just 1 night, I can recommend some particularly romantic ideas… (and we can arrange these options for our guests, giving them more time for relaxation together).

A decorative archway made for honeymooners

A decorative archway – made for honeymooners

How about a couples massage treatment in a lovely spa room with its own private garden surrounded by a bamboo fence.

These rooms even have a bathtub made for two – complete with more flowers, of course!

A couples room - a couples bath

A couples room – a couples bath

The chocolate, coffee, sea salt or perhaps hot spicy massage (there are many flavours of massage available) will relax your muscles.  And your taste buds will be woken up by sipping the freshly made ginger tea (with real pieces of ginger) that the spa serves alongside a platter of tropical fruit.

Even Sedona Spa’s entrance is perfect for couples to walk through.

Through the archways of flowers to your spa room

Through the archways of flowers to your spa room

Then we can book you a table at one of the most romantic of restaurants.

Inside the romantic bridges restaurant

Inside the romantic bridges restaurant

Exquisite food, cooked to perfection and served by immaculately dressed and well trained staff, yet with an light, friendly and informal approach.

And what a setting.  Bridges restaurant overlooks a jungle ravine and the bridge at Campuhan too – which is extra pretty when lit up at night.

Bridges - taken from the bridge

Bridges – taken from the bridge

Couples may like the idea of a sunset walk through the rice paddies out towards a restaurant without walls where, weather permitting, you can see Mount Agung looming large in the distance.

Yaniq singing to us in the rice fields

Maybe Yaniq will sing you a love song

And then there are the hot springs at 43 degrees celsius – what hotter place is there for relaxing with your partner.

You might want to cool down with a heartfelt cocktail after that

A romantic cocktail served at Maha

A romantic cocktail served at Maha

Of course, there are many private tours you can do with a driver taking you wherever you wish to go – to the volcano, diving a shipwreck, visiting spectacular cliff top temples, leisurely strolls through the Unesco Heritage Award Winning rice terraces, treks through the jungle or a day on golden sands.

Jungle tipped rice terraces

Imagine yourselves in the thick of these jungle tipped and deliciously green rice terraces

If you are particularly adventurous couple, you might even climb the volcano together for sunrise – it really is like being on top of the world! Or ride an elephant together, trot along a sandy beach on horseback or go white water rafting.

We can even arrange a Balinese wedding style photoshoot, complete with traditional dress!

These are just a few of the many options available for honeymooners, or couples or singles for that matter (and they are all at a reasonable price).

We look forward to welcoming you to Rumah Jepun soon (click the link for more info or contact us directly: rumahjepun@outlook.com ).

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3 Comments

  1. purbowo erlianto

     /  11/07/2013

    julie congratulations to you, but it is better if you use Indonesian, I salute you

    Reply
  2. You are making me want to get married!!!
    What an extraordinary itinerary you are proposing…beautiful!

    Reply
  3. kuatarina mount

     /  10/07/2013

    ‘Noice’, Julie x

    Reply

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