From the beautiful imperfections of its people and charming clash of cultures comes Folk Pool & Gardens, Ubud’s first swim up bar and twilight poolside cinema located right in the heart of town, it’s a tounge-in-cheek neighborhood setting with private daybeds, teepees and decks line the pool with food range from vegetarian to grill and drinks from craft options to classics.

We're open daily from 9AM-10PM.

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Telaga Sore Daily


A daily afternoon tea by the pool with a sweet and savory bites of Traditional Indonesian delicaces jajanan pasar served with an option of the local tea or coffee.

Every day from 2pm to 5pm

IDR 95K++ per set and enjoy your swim in the pool.


Margaritas on Mondays

Get your groove on with the island breeze and all the margaritas in hand enjoyed by the pool.

Every Monday from 10am to 5.30pm

IDR 95K net each drink for all Margaritas.

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Hoteliers on Tuesdays

Welcoming all our friends in the industry both on and off the island!

Every Tuesday from 10am to 9pm

Simply show your hotelier card to our staff and entitle a 15% discount on your total purchase.

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Alice in The Gardens on Wednesdays

Spend a whole day at the pool in daybeds with your girl friends and enjoy Chef Roy Qira's happy bites.

Every Wednesday from 10am to 5.30pm

IDR 95K net each on all signature cocktails and coladas for Ladies only.


Mojitos on Thursdays

The only thing we throwback on Thursdays are the Mojitos! Enjoy the pool for the longest hours, and we'll make sure those are the happy ones!

Every Thursday from 10am to 5.30pm

IDR 85K net each drink for all Mojitos.

 Photo by our guest Katie @khorseontheroad

Photo by our guest Katie @khorseontheroad



Looking for some after dark fun and craft tipples in center town? Visit our bro, No Más Bar, located just above us on the 2nd floor. It's what they call the island's sinkhole.