Bali, with its haunting gamelan music and early morning misty rice fields, is a destination even the most experienced travellers long to visit. Explore ancient temples, pristine beaches, and savour flavorful cuisine.
This beach is one of Bali’s most famous surf spots, known for its shallow left-hand reef breaks. Padang Padang is characterised by the shady hills in the background.
A stunning spot with powerful waves. Most popular as surf spot and also one of the island’s hidden beach.
Situated under a rocky hill, blessed with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, and another famous surf point
Visit the traditional Balinese market and discover the village of Jimbaran people.
This is the only ceramic factory located close to the resort (only a 5 minute drive). It has a wide selection of ceramics, glasses, and tabletop accessories. You are also able to paint or make your own pot.
Guests can find a thousand cafes on the beach which offer barbequed sea food which you can select yourself.
The most famous of the Balinese dances originating from the Sanghyang dance choirs, who chant a distinctive;kechak-kechak; accompaniment. No reservation required. Starts at 6pm sharp.
Offers modern art galleries, craft shops, studios and some of Bali's best dining experiences. Guests may book a hotel car with a driver.
This Temple is located on Bukit Badung and is popular for viewing the sunset. Guests should go one hour before the sunset, so that they will not miss it. It takes about 30 minutes to get there from the hotel.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana or in short GWK is a 60ha area of cultural park located in the southern Bali of Ungasan. 4 kms away from the resort, here stands tall the monumental Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue which become the cultural icon of Bali. The statue is designed to be one of the world’s largest and highest monumental statue in the world, one that you do not want to miss.
Bukit is a 140sqkm rocky peninsula on Bali’s southernmost tip, characterised by a limestone plateau and dry, Savannah-type vegetation, ringed by steep limestone cliffs. Some parts of Bukit are sacred, particularly areas along the sheer Uluwatu cliffs and the Uluwatu Temple. The area is also known for some of the island’s most pristine – and secluded – white sand beaches and coves like Padang Padang, Bingin Beach, Balangan Beach, Green Bowl, and many more.
Rise early and see the brightly painted traditional jukung fishing boats, with fishermen coming to shore with their night’s catch. Our concierge will arrange a fishing boat to take you out on the bay, to experience firsthand this authentic local way of life. Visit Kedonganan Fish market, taste the succulent catches of the day, freshly grilled over coconut husk barbecues when night falls.
Bali is abundant with meaningful, spiritual, revered temples, and several are close to the resort. Tanah Lot (which translates to "small island floating on the sea") is located nearby on Bali’s southwestern coast. Visit at sunset when the traditional Kecak and fire dance performances begin. Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple is dramatically positioned on the island’s southernmost cliff tops, while Besakih stands 900 metres above sea level on the active volcanic slopes of Mount Agung.
While parts of the Bukit Peninsula (the areas along the Uluwatu cliffs and Uluwatu Temple) are sacred, the area is also known for its beaches. Padang Padang is world famous for its secluded coves and shallow reef breaks, Balangan Beach is blessed with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, while Green Bowl (aka “Hidden Beach”), a true Balinese surf beach, is reached by a temple staircase, with a collection of caves at the bottom.
Surrounded by lush rice fields and rain-forested river valleys, Ubud overflows with music, dance, fine arts, and crafts. Immerse into the Subak culture, explore archaeological sites, ancient palaces, and temples. Or, cycle or walk through the verdant rice fields.