Sometimes, there is nothing more unrelenting than the burning desire to recharge in a remote and peaceful location, surrounded with some of the most beautiful resort architecture and stunning natural backdrops. For most, this dream destination is someplace in a secluded Balinese resort. But what if you wanted all of that, without the massive ecological footprints of most luxurious resorts?
Eat Vacation will tell you that the answer lies in the newly established Ulaman Eco Retreat. It is a new way to get pampered in a plush yet natural setting, with designs, services and a core value that uphold an eco-conscious approach. From the earth and bamboo construction and organic food supplies to the complementary yet high-quality soaps, shampoos and massage oils, everything has been locally sourced and crafted. The resort even has its own from-the-tap well water that is regularly tested and filtered to maintain the healthiest and topmost quality rating.
Eat Vacation truly felt that staying in this cutting-edge retreat was a unique and memorable experience. With lush organic gardens and tropical fruit trees to explore, as well as the therapeutic rippling of nearby rivers, it was the ultimate back-to-nature escapade that still offered luxuriant comfort and excellent services. The resort also had a magnificent hand-carved Buddha that spans 40 meters across a cliffside.