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They transformed the century old homes into guest houses using inspiration from the history of Indonesia, while adding the luxury and service of a boutique hotel.
Bambu Indah, which means beautiful bamboo in Balinese, is minutes downriver from the town of Ubud, located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency.
The intimate hotel looks out at the stunning cascades of the Ayung River, a Hindu temple and multiple volcanic ridges surrounding Mount Batu Kau.
Guests are led via stone paths from the bamboo-encased reception area to their special one-room cottages made of hand-carved teak.
Prices range from $200 a night to $495 to stay at the hotel's suits.
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