Eco Hut Circle Ubud, Awesome Place to Relax In The Middle of The Ricefields

Eco Hut Circle Ubud, Awesome Place to Relax In The Middle of The Ricefields

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Well Hi! After about 3 months I continued to be at home to quarantine myself and my family due to the spread of the covid-19 outbreak from the beginning of last year, a few days ago me and my wife finally decided that this was enough because the new normal phase had been carried out by the government, it’s time to explore the island of Bali like it used to again! Yep, we have to release this adventurous spirit that has long been confined as soon as possible.

 
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Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation, Villa Interior, Boho Style Building

This time I got the opportunity to stay for 3 days 2 nights with one of the accommodations in the Ubud area whose concept is unique and different from most accommodations in Bali. It’s the awesome Eco Hut Circle, unique accommodation with a natural cottage concept, and minimalist style interiors.

ABOUT ECO HUT CIRCLE

We were very fortunate to be able to stay here because Eco Hut Circle had just opened a few months ago during the pandemic and we were among the first few people who can stay at this accommodation after the new normal phase in Bali was implemented.

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Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation

Built-in the middle of rice fields, with views directly to the green rice fields behind our cottage, and the dense tropical forest right next to this cottage complex, Eco Hut Circle is a suitable place for those who want to refresh their minds and stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

They have a series of triangular timber houses located in the middle of the rice field, each cottage is designed with an eco-friendly concept with minimalist interiors. The facilities available in each cottage are, a spacious bathroom with an open roof, you can listen to the sounds of nature when bathing here, a spacious bedroom for a lovely couple, a laptop-friendly workspace, and also a hot tub which is our favorite facility when staying here.

Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation

Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation, Villa Interior

Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation, Villa Interior

Toilet, Bathroom, Interior, Boho Style Interior

Toilet, Bathroom, Interior, Boho Style Interior

What is unique about the hot tub they have is, the location is located in front of the room with a very beautiful view of the rice fields, you can relax your body by soaking and enjoying the beautiful views of rice fields, sometimes you can also see a collection of cranes that are looking for food in the rice fields. No doubt, this accommodation is perfect for travelers who appreciate living in nature and are looking for a unique experience in Bali.

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They also have another series of eco huts called Bamboo Eco Hut with bigger rooms up to 4 people just a few steps from Eco Hut Circle. Kindly click here for more information about it.

THE LOCATION OF ECO HUT CIRCLE

Truly isolated from the hustle-bustle of Ubud Center, and yet only a 6-minute drive from central Ubud. The exact location of Eco Hut Circle is in Jalan Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges, Desa Peliatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Bali. Since the location is a bit tricky, I’ll give you this hint to find the hut quickly.

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First thing first you have to search for “Warung Madu” Jalan Goa Gajah in Google Map. So you’ll find this small restaurant called Warung Madu on the roadside and the pathway to the hut is right beside Warung Madu – a small pathway by the rice field. Go down to the concrete path behind Warung Madu, into the rice fields, then you will see triangular huts down the field and those huts is where you want to go.

In case you come with a local driver, please show this direction in Bahasa Indonesia:

  1. Dari Arah Ubud ke Timur melewati Bebek Tepi Sawah (sebelah kiri/Utara jalan) , terus lagi melewati SPBU (disebelah kiri/Utara jalan) kemudian lewati sedikit (+100 meter) ada Kedai D’Sawah (disebelah Kanan/Selatan jalan). Kira-kira 2 bangunan disebelahnya ada Warung Madu. Untuk menuju Omah Tabuan/Bamboo Eco Hut, masuk ke jalan setapak (bisa untuk motor) yang berada di sebelah kanan/Barat Warung Madu.
  2. Dari Arah Goa Gajah ke Barat menuju Restoran Bale Udang Mang Engking (ada disebelah kanan/Utara jalan) lewati sedikit (+50 meter) ada Warung Madu (disebelah kiri/Selatan jalan). Untuk menuju Omah Tabuan/Bamboo Eco Hut, masuk ke jalan setapak (bisa untuk motor) yang berada di sebelah kanan/Barat Warung Madu.

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THINGS TO DO AT ECO HUT CIRCLE

Because of its location which is not so far from the tourism center in the center of Ubud, there are many things and many places that you can visit while staying here. Here are some of those things that you can do when you stay at Eco Hut Circle:

TEGALALANG RICE TERRACES

With the dramatic views within easy reach, the Tegallalang rice terraces offer a fantastic Bali photo opportunity. The vista sprawls down and away to the rice terraces on the slopes across the valley. It’s a very popular view, but this ancient valley has a timeless quality whether there are tourists there or not.

 

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TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL

What is your favorite thing to do in Bali? Some people will say chasing waterfall will definitely become their favorite thing as soon as they arrive in Bali, while most stunning waterfalls in Bali located on the highland, there are still several of them situated on the lowland, one of them is Tegenungan Waterfall, one of Bali’s most iconic waterfall that is not located on the mountainous area. The falls are conveniently located halfway between Ubud and Bali’s provincial capital of Denpasar and is considered the closest attraction of its kind that you can reach within only a half-hour transfer southeast from Ubud Town.

 

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Upon arriving, you will be welcomed with art and souvenir shops together with local ‘warung’ stalls selling snacks, food, and cold drinks. The falls only several minutes walk down the trail beyond the shops, where you’ll enjoy the impressively green valley panorama with the cascading water as a centerpiece, a destination that is not to be missed when you are in Bali.

CAMPUHAN RIDGE WALK

Campuhan Ridge Walk Ubud is super family-friendly, in fact, it’s the perfect place to hang out with friends. This spot has quickly become recognized for its windy block paved path and scenic vistas. Sunset time is perfect as it’s way cooler and the warm lighting that beams onto the trail makes for the perfect Instagram shot. There is a certain point during the walk that has become super famous showing its windy pathway separated by two palm trees.

 

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MONKEY FOREST UBUD

The Ubud Monkey Forest is home to over 700 grey long-tailed macaques. Also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, this natural sanctuary has paved pathways through a leafy nutmeg forest as well as several ancient temples under dense foliage. It’s a popular wildlife reserve in Bali thanks to its community-based management, location, and ease of access.

 

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UBUD TRADITIONAL MARKET

The Ubud Art Market is a great place to find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, statues, kites, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats, and many other hand-crafted goods. Locally known as Pasar Seni Ubud, the market is opposite the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and opens daily. Most of the goods found at the Ubud Market are made in the neighboring villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan, and Peliatan. The location of the Ubud Art Market, which is centered among the art producing villages and at the center of Ubud itself, makes it a strategic shopping place for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs.

 

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THINGS TO NOTE

Since the hut is surrounded by nature, you’ll expect to live as part of the ecosystem. You will encounter some insects, frogs, or gecko. Be prepared for the no ac part if you’re used to having it. Also, the pathway leading to your hut can be a bit difficult if you have a rolling suitcase as it is rocky and not smooth. With that being said, if you want to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city, the scenery is beautiful and it’s a super peaceful place.

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Eco Hut Circle, Bamboo Eco Hut, Ubud, Bali Eco Hut, Bali Accommodation

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HOW TO BOOK

The easiest way to book the Eco Hut Circle is through Air BnB which is where you will find more information about the accommodation. In terms of a price for the property, this will obviously depend on varying different factors including availability and seasonality.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK FOR PRICE AND AVAILABILITY ON AIR BNB.

Disclaimer: My two-night stay at Eco Hut Circle was made possible thanks to Bamboo Eco Hut Management. As always, my opinions are all our own and are an honest and true account of our experience. 

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I was born in Jakarta on July 6th 1994 but fully raised in Bali. I am 100% Balinese also work and Live in Bali. I won't die until I've managed travelling around the world. Your freedom is in your hand, don't just waste your time in your goddamn comfortable bed, your life is yours,so own it, enjoy it and be free !!!