Seres Springs; A Tribute To Balinese Culture

September 04, 2017

SereS Springs; A Tribute To Balinese Culture

Minutes away from central Ubud is a place that is the epitome of tropical serenity and Balinese charm – in the village of Singakerta on the banks of River Wos, you’ll find a sanctuary at SereS Springs Resort & Spa. Blissfully nestled amidst luxuriant valleys, rivers, waterfalls and lush emerald green rice fields, this is a five-star getaway is a fantastic tribute to Balinese culture and its people.

Tri Hirta Karana, the Balinese concept of harmony and balance is fully implemented here as well as thoughtful embodiment of refined Balinese architectural vernacular and features. Its elegant interiors are filled with fascinating Balinese wooden statues and paintings including two awe-inspiring masterpieces of stone carved murals measuring 12 metres long by 3 metres high depicting traditional Balinese village life. Two indoor ponds off the lobby feature a pair of eight-tiered Padma or Lotus Flower water fountains that represent divine beauty, enlightenment, and purity in both Hinduism and Buddhism. Built to face Mount Agung to the east, this new development welcomes guests into its soothing, tranquil and serene setting thanks to its orientation. Perfect for meditation and re-invigoration, guests will definitely a memorable sight with River Wos to the front, waterfalls and rice fields behind. Holistically endowed by nature and believed to be sacred and blessed to the Balinese, the resort is gifted with continuous natural spring water that flows into 23 natural pools for guests’ use at the resort.

When it’s time to rest and relax, do so without worry; all 60 guestrooms at SereS Springs are meticulously and thoughtfully designed with uncompromised elegance, attention to detail, optimum space and amenities for creature comforts, convenience and functional usage.  There are rain and hand-held showers; a full range of quality bathroom amenities; premium bedding, orthopedic pillows and linens; WiFi connectivity; universal power outlets; pressing iron and ironing board and flat large screen TVs with international channels. Some Superior and Premium rooms come with Japanese soaking ofuro bathtubs, direct access to the resort’s two infinity pools and wading pools for children. Two pool cabanas are also available for advance reservations. For even more privacy, there are opulent one-storey and two-storey villas that come with a private pool overlooking River Wos, ideal for honeymooners, couples, families, friends or even for corporate retreats, team-building and seminars. Tying the knot? Do so at the Rosso Portugallo pink marble Agung Wedding Pavilion or the resort’s ballroom that can accommodate up to 500 people. Meeting rooms are also available for bookings.

When hunger strikes, head to Mulberry Place for International flavours and buffet-style Indonesian, Chinese, Western, Singaporean, Thai, and Japanese cuisine or enjoy signature Italian dishes at Bell’Aria. Caffè DarSini & Lounge is great for indulgent desserts or afternoon tea and a night of live music and Poolside Bar & Terrace for tete-a-tete under the moonlit sky. When it’s time to relax, head to SereS Spa Sanctuary, meditate at Bale Wos Yoga Pavilion or release steam at the 24-hour Fitness Centre while the kids play safely at the Kids Club, TV Lounge and Mini Golf Area.

SereS Springs Resort & Spa

Jalan Banjar Jukut Paku, Desa Singakerta PO BOX 2828 Ubud Gianyar – Bali

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