Permata Ayung - Weddings


Permata Ayung Private Estate is a wonderfully romantic spot for weddings that are reminisced about for years to come. The property is large enough to accommodate your entire wedding party and can handle celebrations that stretch for days and spill into a memorable holiday.

For large-scale weddings, the expansive lawn encircled by palm trees in front of the dining and living pavilion makes a beautiful location for exchanging vows. Tables can be set up nearby for a starlit garden reception.

Smaller weddings can take place on the timber decks by the pool, riverside or at the bar. Picture a riverside wedding with the grand reception on the lawns and the after party in the Bulldog Bar. Sounds just perfect, doesn’t it?

The team at Permata Ayung is highly adept at catering for everything from cocktail receptions, to elaborate sit-down dinners and casual garden parties.

The betrothed couple will love the sublime Bridal Suite. Fit for royalty, it is self-contained and even has its own access to the Bamboo Spa, ideal for pre-wedding bridal rituals and honeymoon bliss.

And you can forget the hens’ party, throw a ‘s-party’ instead, treating the girls to deluxe mani-pedis (with Champagne of course,) while the bride-to-be indulges in a massage and traditional Lulur Royale.

Permata Ayung - Retreats


Set in a sacred valley, infused with the mystical spirit of Bali against the sound of the flowing Ayung River, mindfulness and gratitude come easy at Permata Ayung Private Estate. Meditate on the lawns as the sun rises over the glimmering rice fields, stretch into sun salutations on the riverside deck, and then settle down for a healthy breakfast in the dining joglo.

Sip on organic juices and herbal teas throughout the day, freshly made by the villa staff for you. Cross the swinging bridge to discover a timeless Balinese village as you hike in the terraced rice fields, practising the Balinese version of ‘forest bathing’, a kind of meditation surrounded by nature’s bounty. All the while soaking up the lush valley vistas that will soothe your soul and nudge you towards a state of harmony.

Spacious suites offer privacy, air-conditioned comfort, and a glimpse into old-world Indonesia. Stone-carved bathtubs, perfect for long soaks, will lull you into a deep dreamy sleep at night.

Decadent spa treatments are an essential part of any wellness retreat and the extensive spa menu at the whimsical Bamboo Spa with its enticing riverside setting has ample options for relaxing and rejuvenating, including facilities for steam, sauna and hot tub.

The estate’s proximity to Ubud, known as the cultural and spiritual heart of the island is ideal for day trips filled with temple and museum visits, cultural performances or perhaps a memorable hike along the stunning Campuhan Ridge. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a venue better suited than this for a yoga retreat or a wellness getaway in Bali.

Permata Ayung - Corporate


The absolute privacy afforded by the sprawling grounds of Permata Ayung makes it an ideal choice for hosting corporate retreats and company events. Boardroom-style tables in the living joglo and dining joglo are ideal for meetings, with ample spaces to break off into groups.

Welcoming staff can set up a wine and canape arrival reception by the river, a sunset soiree in the garden, decadent feasts in the dining joglo, and serve signature cocktails in the atmospheric Bulldog Bar for after-hours fun.

Break up the serious stuff with water sports in the infinity pool, gym workouts and decadent spa treatments in the beautiful Bamboo Spa at the river’s edge. And at the end of the day, all attendees can retreat to the luxury of their own private air-conditioned suite to reflect on the day gone by.

If team-building exercises are part of the plan, consider an early morning hike in the rice fields (accessed by a swing bridge across the river), group yoga by the pool or perhaps a trip to nearby Bali Swing – a fun swing park with a range of swings soaring over the valley. Scenic day trips can also be arranged, including rafting down the Ayung River, and sightseeing in Ubud with its ornate palaces, temples and museums.

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