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Rumah Capung, home of the Dragon Fly

Yeah!

Home of the Dragon Fly but even our home during our ten days in Bali. Located 8 mins to Ubud, the most artistic town in the island, this property has extraordinary views of rice fields, coconut groves, and the Batur and Agung Mountains.

After entering the antique Gate we were welcomed by English/Balinese speaking owner and the super nice staff (more Balinese than English speaking but we understood each others with mimic), who live at the Villa to be of assistance to guests, friends, and family.

Rumah Capung private terrace
We used to have breakfast in this private terrace with views

The place is magic, and the two guys living there to help us where amazing, they even found us a motorbike and everything we needed during this dreamed days.

They used to prepare our breakfast and take it to our private terrace with views.  For lunch and dinner if you don’t want to go out you can order it (with their help) to the Budha place ad it will arrive yummy and tasty!

The salt water pool is a plus, and you can even have massages on the place, viewing the rice fields. As we said before, a dream!!

Jump in the swimming pool
Jump in our swimming pool in Ubud, Bali

Find more info and contact details about the place here.

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