Rumah Semanggi's Guide Book

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Rumah Semanggi's Guide Book

Food scene
At the end of the path if you turn right it is only a short walk into the village of Penestanan Kaja. Along the way, you’ll pass Paddy Point—a wonderful locally-owned restaurant we highly recommend.
Paddy Point
At the end of the path if you turn right it is only a short walk into the village of Penestanan Kaja. Along the way, you’ll pass Paddy Point—a wonderful locally-owned restaurant we highly recommend.
Delicious vegetarian food with stunning views.
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locals recommend
The Elephant
33
locals recommend
Delicious vegetarian food with stunning views.
For when you are feeling like something a bit fancier, great fusion of Euro & Indonesian food. They also have an extensive wine shop.
36
locals recommend
bridges Bali Restaurant Ubud
36
locals recommend
For when you are feeling like something a bit fancier, great fusion of Euro & Indonesian food. They also have an extensive wine shop.
World-class dessert degustation restaurant. Go with an empty stomach.
26
locals recommend
Room 4 Dessert
26
locals recommend
World-class dessert degustation restaurant. Go with an empty stomach.
Neighborhoods
n array of local and world-class restaurants are in walking distance from Rumah Semanggi. Some of Ubud’s most famous rice field walks are on the doorstep—perfect for early morning or late afternoon strolls. If you walk down Rumah Semanggi’s path and turn left you can walk straight up into the ricefields and early in the morning get a clear view of the majestic Mt Agung. 6:30am is the ideal time to see this amazing volcano in all its glory, it’s definitely worth getting up early one day to see this. At the end of the path if you turn right it is only a short walk into the village of Penestanan Kaja. Along the way, you’ll pass Paddy Point—a wonderful locally-owned restaurant we highly recommend. A bit further down in the village there is also Vespa Cafe.
Jalan Banjar Penestanan Kaja
n array of local and world-class restaurants are in walking distance from Rumah Semanggi. Some of Ubud’s most famous rice field walks are on the doorstep—perfect for early morning or late afternoon strolls. If you walk down Rumah Semanggi’s path and turn left you can walk straight up into the ricefields and early in the morning get a clear view of the majestic Mt Agung. 6:30am is the ideal time to see this amazing volcano in all its glory, it’s definitely worth getting up early one day to see this. At the end of the path if you turn right it is only a short walk into the village of Penestanan Kaja. Along the way, you’ll pass Paddy Point—a wonderful locally-owned restaurant we highly recommend. A bit further down in the village there is also Vespa Cafe.