In the Island called “ the island of the Gods” and considered one of the most exclusive destination of the planet was born the first Glamping of Bali. The Sandat Glamping Tents is nestled in a slice of heaven where the rice fields’ inhebriating green ceates unique landscapes madte of sinuous terraces. It is locatd 3km far from the centre of Ubud, the cultural heart of the island. The Sandat Glamping Tents has kept intact the typical terraces of the rice fields from which it arose, adapting to the conformation of the ground to preserve se surrounding environment according to the principles of the green philosophy of glamping.
During the realisation of Sandat were used eco-friendly materials such as bamboo, fine local woods like Bangkiray (mahogany), water-repellent and fireproof cotton for the 5 Luxury Tents, the Alang Alang (thatch) for the roofs of the LUMBUNG and all the common areas such as reception, living and staff-room.
The Glamping offers 8 luxury eco-design structures that allow you to enjoy the exotic charm of unspoiled places favoring the contact with the nature. 5 magnificent Luxury-Tents –Safari Style- camouflaged in the nature (including 2 suites) with a structure in a resistant khaki color cotton fabric. 3 Eco- Lumbung –Typical local buildings originally intended to storage the rice and here convenrted into charming homes structured on 2 levels. The Glamping Sandat offers exclusive hospitality to a limited number of guests to ensure that peace and calm, which reign over the rice fields, make this place enchanting.
Sandat Glamping Tents are located 1 hour from Denpasar Nghrah Rai International Airport, just just 3 km from the lovely town of Ubud, the cultural heart of the island and the guardian of the true “Bali Spirit”.
The journey is pleasant because it allows guests a first glimpse of the Balinese style, passing by some impressive statues located in the middle of the crossroads of Denpasar or passing through typical villages where the black thatched roofs of the private temples and the frangipani
flowers alternate in a kaleidoscope of scents and colors; along the road countless bakso carts, characteristic and colorful push carts, where local specialty are cooked, diffusing spicy aromas,” that, blended with the scents of flowers and incense, will remain linked to your memory of the “island of the gods”.