Away from the urban crowd, I take the kids on vacation to Omah Apik, in Pejeng, Ubud.
Staying in the middle of rice fields is a new thing for us in the big city. At first I was only worried about insects but maybe because of the clean environment, so we were not disturbed by any insects. The air is cool and the atmosphere makes us relax. Unfortunately when we were there, the new rice was harvested. When it is not harvested, the scenery becomes greener. Total rooms are now new 7. There are 3 rooms on the 1st and 3rd floor on the 2nd floor. One more room is separated with the feel of a house on stilts. In front of the room there is a fish pond whose water flows from the irrigation system of the rice fields in the neighborhood. In the right corner there is a bale bengong very strategic to enjoy the sunset. The level of occupancy Omah Apik newly 1 year old is very high, especially by foreign tourists. For booking also easy to stay book via booking.com. Local tourists are only 10% only. We were served family tub. There is a kitchen that can be used at any time. We can make coffee, tea, chocolate every time at the lodge used for dining room or reading room. Being informed that we can ask for a trekking tour through the rice fields, then I ask for accompanied by one of Omah Apik’s staff. . We walked along the edge of the rice fields to the spring where the local bathing place. According to the guide trekking, in the cliff wall near the spring water there is a temple relics Majalahit era, such as buildings buried long and save stories that have not been revealed. Unfortunately when the trekking road is late afternoon, so we can not long enjoy the rural atmosphere because it is getting dark. The best time of trekking is early in the morning.
The two nights we stayed at Omah Apik and were very impressed with the hospitality of the host.
Tel Omah Apik 0361944324
Manager Mr. Putu