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Since its open­ing, Padma Re­sort Ubud has won hearts with its pic­turesque and tran­quil lo­ca­tion – se­cluded from the over­whelm­ing hus­tle and bus­tle. Now the re­sort pro­vides guests with a va­ri­ety of fun and en­rich­ing ac­tiv­i­ties that cater to dif­fer­ent in­ter­ests and can be ex­pe­ri­enced within the com­fort of the re­sort for an ad­di­tional charge.

The cook­ing class is one of the all-time favourites. Since Padma Re­sort Ubud is also known for its de­lec­ta­ble del­i­ca­cies, now you can take a peek at the kitchen team's se­crets! From pick­ing the fresh­est in­gre­di­ents har­vested in Padma Re­sort Ubud's own botan­i­cal gar­den to pick­ing the re­sort's tal­ented chef's brain at the award-win­ning restau­rant, this will be a mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence es­pe­cially for culi­nary con­nois­seurs. Guests can fur­ther en­hance their F&B skills by join­ing the mixol­ogy class to cre­ate their own sig­na­ture cock­tails taught by the re­sort's pro­fes­sional “liq­uid chef”.

For guests who are look­ing to get ac­tive, there's the jun­gle­trekking pro­gramme that al­lows them to ex­plore the lush green­ery around the re­sort and Taro vil­lage and get ac­quainted with the friendly lo­cals. There is also a be­spoke pri­vate yoga pro­gramme with a cer­ti­fied yogi. The best part is guests can wrap up the fun day at Padma Re­sort Ubud by warm­ing up near the fire pit and en­joy­ing free-flow tasty hot choco­late and roasted marsh­mal­lows.

Fur­ther­more there are also free pas­times on of­fer: Sun­rise Yoga, Sun­set Yoga, bi­cy­cling, scavenger hunts, agro­forestry and more. For a more de­tailed sched­ule check out Padma Re­sort Ubud's web­site or email but­ler.ubud@padma­ho­

Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Ke­tut Sumerta

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