Villa Kubu Ampo is derived from two words: Kubu and Ampo. Kubu is Balinese word for hut. In Balinese mind, the word Kubu is automatically related with ‘a very simple house owned by a very poor family’. ‘Ngubu’ means ‘living in a very simple structure when opening new rice field or garden’. Therefore, a ‘kubu’ is placed in the middle of rice-field for farmers to take rest. ‘Ampo’ is Balinese word for white clay – very un-fertile soil. On the wet season such soil is muddy as glue; while on the dry-season it is as hard as stone. The farmers named this area Tanah Ampo to show the area is not fertile for growing rice. So, literally Kubu Ampo is ‘hut at clay’. The soil where the home stands is definitely not fertile and therefore is very difficult to grow plantations.
Villa Kubu Ampo However with a serious hard-work, the land has been up-graded to become verdant and fresh. To get the theme on, this home is seriously made not luxurious! It is made old and low profile as what a Kubu should speak. But it can speak about real Bali experience. And, it is reliable to save your cost to get an enjoyable and memorable Bali holiday. Standing on a local Bali community houses, Kubu Ampo is a safe and secured accommodation. With its four bedrooms and swimming pool within large verdant garden, the home is recommended for an extended family holiday.