Narasoma Home Stay
A Home Away from Home — in the heart of Ubud
Ubud – Bali
Narasoma means 'Divine nectar', a gift from the Gods which has the
power to bless and purify. In the Bali Hindu religion (Buda Siwa), Buda means
the God within and Siwa means the God without. (This is pure Bali Hinduism,
unmixed with Buddhism.)
A Home Away from Home
Just down a little lane off busy Monkey Forest Road, Narasoma is a family house
and accommodation surrounded by coconut palms. Previously called Lastri House,
our homestay has been transformed with its new name although the owners have
not changed. We welcome you into our family to experience life in a Balinese
compound with us.
Narasoma offers 5 spacious and clean airy rooms with lots of sunlight. All
rooms have ceiling fans and hot water, some rooms have bathtubs.
A shared refrigerator is available for guests to use. Coffee and tea are
provided all day. Three of the rooms have Javanese antique beds and two rooms
have ensembles. All rooms have wonderful views overlooking Ubud and Mount
Agung. On the top floor you will be able to see the mountains to the west of
Bali. The sunrises and sunsets are great!
Breakfast is included and there are special rates for long-term stays. All
prices are subject to change through busy or slow seasons. Room prices are very
affordable – for current room rates please contact us by email: email@example.com
or telephone: +62 (0361) 973 404 or
Located in the heart of Ubud, Bali's cultural centre, Narasoma is opposite the
Ubud football field on Monkey Forest Road behind the public school SD 1, down
Ubud offers many shops, restaurants, galleries and scenic walks through the
rice paddies. Colorful and centrally located, Ubud is a base from which many
attractions around the Island can be visited. Because Bali's Hindu traditions
remain strong, you are likely to encounter the many temple ceremonies and
street processions that are part of every day life.
Connected to Narasoma is:
Warung Gaia – Good range of vegetarian and mixed Indonesian and
western food, located on Dewi Sita Street.
a different sunset every night, guaranteed!
lovely views looking the other way, too…
Bali — The Island of a thousand temples, Island of the Gods, also known
as the Island of Tirtha, holy water, where holy water is used for cleansing,
purification and strengthening
— an agent of the power of God.