If you are looking for a beautiful flower bath in Ubud, then go no further than Karsa Spa. With so many spas to choose from in Ubud it can be hard to sift through the reviews and make the right choice. Karsa Spa is by far my favourite. The relaxation level at the spa is unrivaled and I end up feeling like a brand new woman when I leave. Karsa Spa is nestled in the quiet countryside of Ubud, surrounded by rice fields and located down a dirt track. You may see locals working in the fields or walking home carrying dinner for the family, the odd stray dog in tow.
Upon arrival at the spa we were greeted in a calm manner with tea and soothing music. The spa looked like a tranquil garden with beautiful ponds and soft running water and my partner and I enjoyed our tea while waiting for our treatments.
The masseur was very discreet. The spa provides disposable underwear for the massage and the masseur left the room to give me privacy after preparing my tea and flower bath. I did not feel rushed to leave and showered off when I was ready. There was no interruption – I was in heaven.
Flower baths seem to have become a serious trend on Instagram and it’s easy to see why. They are not only very relaxing but extremely aesthetic, especially if you are trying to up your social media game. It can be difficult knowing which spa to go to as some cannot live up to their Instagram fame. I did a lot of research and Karsa Spa delivers the most beautiful flower bath every time. It doesn’t matter if you are insta-famous or the average holidaymaker, the staff really go all out on making the flower bath truly delicious.
I opted for the 90-minute deep tissue massage, followed by a beautiful 30-minute flower bath. The massage came in at a whopping 15GBP and the flower bath was 10GBP, which was exceptionally cheap for such a beautiful and professional spa. The massage was perfect, I could not fault the Spa in any way. The masseur offers different strengths of pressure and they perform each treatment in a private open-air room. Each room comes with its own bath and shower for you to rinse off after. They really have thought of everything, you will leave the Spa floating on a cloud of relaxation.
Tips Before You Go
➸ Book ahead of time! Due to its popularity, Karsa Spa gets booked up quickly.
☾ Plan your journey – it sounds obvious but Bali traffic can be a pain in the bum…
☮ Don’t forget to relax!
During my time living in Australia, I was lucky enough to explore Indonesia extensively. There is a lot of content to be explored on my blog, from luxury hotels to surf spots and the Komodo Islands. I have tried to gain diverse experiences so that my readers can get a real taste of the country.
If you are interested in reading about more of my experiences in Indonesia or need tips for travelling to this beautiful country you can check out the ‘Indonesia’ section of my blog here. You can also read about other stunning destinations such as Fiji or The Bahamas.
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