Map & Attractions
Located near the popular area of Seminyak and flanked by fields to one side, the wide expanse of sand at Petitenget Beach is a short ride away or 15 minutes on foot from the hotel. Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 35-minute drive away.
The island is brimming with places to discover and exciting activities on sea and on land with options for all age groups. Our team will be delighted to provide more information and arrange a choice of recreational activities such as sailing, surfing, and Balinese cooking classes.
Tanah Lot Temple
Built on a rock just off the coastline, and surrounded by sea at high tide, Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most venerated sea temples, of which there are seven strung along the coast. The name itself means “island in the sea”. Dating from the sixteenth century, Tanah Lot is dedicated to the spirit of the ocean. Poisonous sea snakes reputedly guard the rock. Sunset here is particularly spectacular, and the temple is one of Bali’s most popular sights for visitors. The drive to and from Tanah Lot Temple takes 45 minutes approximately.
Uluwatu is a Hindu temple set on a cliff high above the ocean, and is one of the nine directional temples of the island, guarding against evil spirits. Inside the inner sanctum is a statue of the founding priest Dwijendra who established the present form of Hindu-Dharma, and who chose this spot as his last earthly abode. Monkeys inhabit the rocks around the temple, looking for gifts of fruit from visitors. Uluwatu Beach is known for its surf and its full moon parties. The sunset views from here are magnificent.
Ubud is a traditional village that became popular as an artists’ colony in the 1920s, when European painters came here, attracted by the light, the clean air and the beauty of the highlands. Despite its subsequent popularity amongst visitors, Ubud retains this gentle, bohemian atmosphere, and wandering amongst its art galleries and little restaurants is a great pleasure. Ubud Market is the place to pick up some quality handicrafts in addition to artworks. Nearby places of interest include Ubud Palace, Ubud Monkey Forest, luxuriant rice terraces that are renowned for their stunning beauty and several Hindu temples and meditation temples that inspired the book-turned-film Eat, Pray, Love. Ubud is reached within one hour from the resort.
Ku De Ta
An acclaimed beachfront destination for music, dancing, lounging and dining on Seminyak Beach, with kitchens producing cuisines from around the world, Ku De Ta is a great escape from the bustling streets of Seminyak with elegantly designed spaces and makes a grand place from which to enjoy the spectacular sunsets. Ku De Ta is less than two kilometres from the hotel.
Potato Head Beach Club
One of the most exciting lounging and dining venues on the island, with three restaurants offering a choice of superb dining in dynamic settings, along with great entertainment options mixing art, music and fashion. Potato Head has its own pool and is a favourite spot for enjoying the sunsets. Potato Head is a few minutes’ drive from the hotel.
Waterbom BaliWaterbom Bali, one of Southeast Asia’s most enthralling water parks, is perfect for a fun day out with the family. Only 15 minutes away from the hotel by road, Waterbom Bali in the heart of Kuta has 17 exciting slides in total, including the Super Bowl and Boomerango rides, the near vertical dip and loop of the Climax and the 250-metre long Constrictor. There is a selection of swimming pools, a lazy river, and cabanas for those needing a break away from the slides.
Only five minutes away from the hotel and connected by complimentary shuttle service, Seminyak Square offers varied shopping opportunities with a wide range of local treats and international brand names, along with dining venues galore.
Sailing excursion to Lembongan Island
The island’s calm waters and gentle breezes are perfect for a sailing adventure, whether you are an avid sailor or taking to the waves leisurely with the family. Charter a sailing boat to explore Bali’s idyllic coastline and nearby islands, unwind at secluded beaches and swim in crystal clear waters. Enquire for personalised itineraries.
A wide stretch of sand, spanning 3 kilometres from Kuta to Seminyak and Legian, with a relaxed vibe and a local feel. Great for a stroll, sunbathing and sunsets, and the shallow waters of the sea provide opportunities for surfing. There is a small Hindu temple just off the beach.Petitenget Beach is five minutes from the resort by shuttle service.
Paon Cooking Classes
A hands-on way to discover the delights of Balinese cooking, arranged at the garden kitchen of the hotel with our English-speaking Balinese chefs and using only local produce. Classes include how to make coconut oil, a visit to the village of Kerobokan and to a local market, and of course the cooking with a choice of meat, fish or vegetarian dishes.