Are you looking for something different to brighten up someone’s day in Ubud, Bali?
Well, it has finally happened with Lily’s Florist Bali - we now delivers flowers to Ubud!
Is it something of a romantic gift for your anniversary? We’ve got the flowers!
At Lily’s Florist Ubud, Bali, you can choose from a fantastic range of bright and colourful bouquets through to delightful and gorgeous pastel sprays. We also have an extensive range of delicately hand-arranged floral gifts and baskets for birthdays, and any occasion you may think of.
Have us deliver stunning red roses for an anniversary or a sunny flower bouquet for a special birthday surprise!
When words are not adequate to express yourself, Lily’s Florist Ubud, Bali, match your day in an exclusive way to help your friends and loved ones to feel better when you send them a gift of flowers. Our flower arrangements set trends every day, all over the world, so welcome again to Lily’s Florist Ubud, Bali.
We are now based in Ubud Bali, the site to find all your answers regarding flowers and all types of floral deliveries.
Do you know the team at Lily’s Florist Bali who arrange your exquisite gifts, comprise some of the finest florists in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia? We know that by having the best florists on our staff we are able to deliver consistently the best flower arrangements and products. For us, delivering happiness is more than a just a nice thought. Since it has been our business for many years, we believe it’s a job we are lucky to have, and we know it; and when someone gets one of our floral arrangements, we can tell they agree also – it’s as plain as the smile on their face!
To coincide with our huge success we have experienced in Australia and the huge demand from our wonderful customers, Lily’s Florist have partnered with a vast network of expert florists in Bali to deliver happy flowers in and around Ubud and Indonesia. If you didn't know we also deliver flowers to Seminyak, Legian, Denpasar, and Nusa Dua.
Have a wedding in Bali? We also do wedding flowers.
As we are one of the market leaders of on-line retailers of flowers, special gifts and hampers in Indonesia, we just love to deliver fresh and meaningful messages of love to the special people in your life. You can choose from our standard catalogue on our web pages or talk to one of our expert florist consultants and we will help you to customise your special order.
Lily’s Florist Ubud, Bali is now here to help you express your feelings and thoughts easily, just by using a floral gift. We offer many years of floral experience and we have a reputation for being one of the best in the floral and gift industry. Having spent all these years building trusted and dependable relationships with the best florists across Australia and the rest of the world, we are now in a position to offer the same reliable services.
Our customer satisfaction comes from excellent service and high quality products, all arranged by out specialised team of professional floral designers who are always designing and arranging new displays that are both exquisite and innovative. So when you deal with us you can rest assured of a delivery that will make you and your recipient smile.
Incidentally, talking of Ubud, is it not considered by many to be the epicentre for arts and culture in Bali? This laid-back town has developed a positive vibe, with many artists and naturalists settling into the lush, green areas around the town, where a number of palaces, ancient temples, museums and art galleries are situated.
They have Auke Sonnega, Rudolf Bonnet, Antonio Blanco, Walter Spies, Donald Friend, C L. Dake, Flip Hamers, Han Snel, Louise G, Koke, Frida Holleman, and Maria and Willem Gerard Hofker; all of whom are some of the artisans and collectors who have visited, lived and worked in Bali, producing or gathering wide-ranging masterpieces that you can observe in local museums and art galleries.
The town of Ubud is located in central Bali, but is far removed from the noisy environment of Kuta. Its history dates back to the eighth century when a Javanese Hindu priest called Rsi Marhandya came to Bali from Java and began meditating where the two Wos Rivers at Campuan met, just west of the modern-day town centre.
A shrine was established at the spot and later expanded by Nirartha, another Javanese priest who is regarded as the founder of Bali’s religious practices and rituals known today. Actually, the term “Ubad” is the ancient Balinese word for medicine, and so, as it was during those early years, the area in and around Ubud was a centre of natural medicine and healing.
Over the next 400 years, more temples and monasteries were established, as the temple complex at Gunung Kawi, and the Goa Gajah cave temples are architectural remains from this period.
In 1343, Bali was conquered by the Javanese Majapahit kingdom from which a huge flowering of Balinese principles kept pace and the heritage of Ubud’s present day noble families can be traced back to this period.
In 1900, at its own request, Ubud became a Dutch protectorate, while the traditional arts and culture of the region to remained relatively unchanged. The 1930s brought in the modern era, when foreign artists were encouraged by the royal family to take up residence in the town.
Although tourism in Ubud is growing faster than the town’s infrastructure, there is still a real happy and tranquil atmosphere to be found in the environment. This beautiful town has become a popular and peaceful retreat away from the crowds of Kuta only two hours away.
Let’s begin with an attraction to get lost in the Ubud Monkey Forest. One of the most popular stops for tourists in the town of Ubud itself is the lush, green Ubud Monkey Forest. Here you will witness hundreds of playful and interactive Macaque monkeys who call the sacred forest their home and roam freely around the tree canopy and temple complex.
As you wind your way around the moss-covered brick pathways of the Monkey Forest, it is a wonderful way to escape the heat of the afternoon, but be ever mindful of your belongings! The monkeys are bold enough to even reach into pockets in search of something appealing!
Thinking about a bit of shopping in Ubud? With the influx of tourism in Ubud, and in conjunction with so many artists, this has created a great deal of unique boutiques and shops to open. Local shops are filled with beautiful crafts, jewellery, art work, carvings, and all sorts of gifts to bring back home with you. The expansive, covered Ubud Market provides regularly to tourists in search of cheap souvenirs. Be ready to haggle prices – negotiation is expected.
As known world-wide, Ubud is a hothouse for the fine arts in Bali. This is all due to the local Royal family who has traditionally patronised artists. You can view all this collection of fine art at the Blanco Renaissance Museum, the Museum Puri Lukisan, and others.
Moving out into tiny surrounding villages of Ubud, Green rice fields still cover much of the region and can be easily reached by foot or bicycle. These fields may be walked through miles of tiny, thatched-roof villages as a twisting pathway.
Are you into holistic medicine? There are scores of holistic medical practitioners now residing in Ubud with spas and meditation centers included. You can soon come upon many types of Eastern and Western massage centres, herbal medicine shops, reiki healers, and even acupuncture specialists. The first of these centres was the Bodyworks Healing Centre which has been healing the local people before the town became popular as a tourist attraction.
Each evening north of Ubud, you can witness a strange, natural phenomenon occur. You will see thousands of white herons arrive at 6.00 pm and begin to roost for the night before flying off again next morning. This strange event began after a communist massacre in 1965 when the birds initially began to appear, and then continued to return. The locals believe these are the souls of those that were killed.
No visit to Ubud is complete without seeing classic Hindu legends being told through dancers performing in colourful, traditional costumes. A popular place to view these beautiful dancers is the Ubud Palace which shows nightly, and the Pura Dalem which has twice weekly performances with fire dances presented outside.
There are many examples of beautiful Hindu Temples around the surrounding areas of Ubud which are free to visit or a small donation. Proper attire is required, but many temples will loan or rent a sarong for your visit.
Only ten minutes south of Ubud, one of the most sacred sites in Bali is situated. Elephant Cave, or Goa Gajah as known by the locals dates back to the 11th century and was nominated as a tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site. This cave is believed to have been the residence of Hindu priests as the entrance is carved with menacing figures from the Hindu legend. There are religious relics inside the dark interior.