The Tugu Bali is positioned on Canggu Beach, not far from lively Kuta and the boutique bars of Seminyak. The property pays homage to local mythology and folklore, decorated with artworks and artifacts, creating a truly romantic environment rich in culture. Each room is individually styled – some have private plunge pools and terraces, others over-sized sunken tubs – but all offer superlative levels of charm and luxury. Full of vibrant colors and fascinating antiquities, the Bali Tugu embraces guests in warm Indonesian hospitality. With stunning beach sunset views, meticulously maintained tropical gardens and a vast private art collection on site, this property offers a truly unique Balinese experience.
Location: Located on Canggu Beach, this property enjoys quiet surroundings within a short distance of the nightlife of Seminyak and Kuta.
History: This property celebrates the "Art, Soul and Romance of Indonesia", offering guests a nostalgic glimpse at the region's culture and heritage.
Service: This property has won multiple high-profile awards for exceptional hospitality and service.
The Tugu brand is renowned for its luxuriously styled rooms, decorated with indigenous artifacts and handicrafts. The Tugu Bali inhabits an old wooden Javanese house and is furnished with handcrafted furniture in authentic Balinese style. Each room here creates its own unique environment, rich with motifs of local folklore and mythology. All rooms offer air conditioning, desk, hair dryer, safe, TV, DVD /CD player, minibar, WiFi, and complimentary drinking water.
These rooms are approximately 800-square-feet and located in a traditional thatched roof Javanese house, offering accommodation for two adults. An all-timber interior coupled with rich furnishings and original wood paneled windows creates a nostalgic ambiance, with all requisite conveniences installed for traveler comfort. Rejang Suites feature a spa area with sunken tub and separate shower plus daybed.
These rooms measure approximately 800-square-feet and are located in a traditional thatched roof Javanese house, offering accommodation for two adults. They feature a timber interior with handcrafted furnishings and original wood paneled windows with sunset and ocean views. Dedari Suites feature a spa area with sunken tub and separate shower plus daybed.
Measuring 1,615-square-feet, this spacious two-bedroom suite features king bed in one room and twin bedding in the second room and Javanese Art Deco design sensibilities throughout. It features a private spa with sunken tub and canopy bed in the main bedroom.
Visitors can immerse themselves in an important piece of Balinese culture by joining dance class. Each dance move tells part of an ancient Balinese story and talented local dance instructors unravel this mesmerizing art.
Bendi is the local name for a horse-drawn cart, and this journey takes guests on a sunset ride along the beach and through nearby rice paddies.
Hundred-year-old recipes and cooking techniques are passed down in the Bali Tugu's cooking lessons, where guests learn how to select the freshest local produce and prepare a traditional Indonesian meal.
Djamoe refers to ancient Balinese healing techniques using traditional medicines. Guests can learn the secrets of these therapies in a dramatized setting.
The Gebogan Floral Arrangement class teaches guests this traditional Balinese art.
The Tugu Bali offers a wide range of leisure facilities, including a luxurious spa with several beautifully decorated treatment pavilions, surfing, and yoga, not to mention culturally rich programs such as cooking classes and flower arrangement.
Bali is famous for its waves, and guests can capitalize on the world-class surf here on Canggu Beach.
Yoga classes at Tugu Bali are offered for all levels, guided by an experienced yogi, to invigorate mind, body and soul.
This is a spectacular dining room decorated in the style of a royal chamber, with antique armchairs and room for up to 12 people. A marble table is beset by Balinese antiquities.
This traditional dining room sports a compelling red interior, faithfully recreating the look of an early 18th century Chinese temple. A theatrical Forbidden City dinner is served here featuring Indonesian Peranakan cuisine.
Guests can request meals anywhere within the picturesque gardens of Tugu Bali, from al fresco poolside meals to romantic private dinners by the lotus pond.
The quintessential beach vacation experience is offered here via a private seaside dinner on the sand, served at a low candlelit table with 18th century canopy bed.
This open-sided pavilion room offers a la carte dining for up to 200 guests, offering ocean views with top-notch Indonesian and Chinese Peranakan cuisine.
In homage to the Balinese dancer Ni Ketut Cenik, this vividly decorated bar offers stunning sunset views and a wide array of cocktails, imported wines and beers.
Enjoy this traditionally colonial experience with local loose-leaf teas and traditional Indonesian cakes served in a woven banana-leaf basket. Served in the gardens or in guest rooms.
Traditional local dishes are prepared here by resident chef Iboe Soelastri. Home-style cuisine is enjoyed here in a type of regal Hindu hut that was popular in the 16th century - a "lifestyle experience" that offers profound cultural exchange.
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