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Banyan Tree Bali can be found at the island’s southerly tip, looking out across the vast Indian Ocean from its dramatic clifftop location. During your stay, you can pay a visit to temples like Uluwatu Temple – a 25-minute drive east – or take a 15-minute taxi ride up to Garudu Wisnu Kencana cultural park, where you’ll find traditional statues and regular dance performances by locals.
Looking for an authentic holiday in Bali? Banyan Tree Bali encourages everyone staying at its luxe resort to embrace the Balinese way of life, and promotes the island’s traditional way of living across the resort, from the tranquil spa to the welcoming restaurants. You can learn how to create a Balinese feast at one of the regular cooking classes, try on traditional local dress, or prepare an offering to Balinese Hindu god Acintya during your stay. And the hotel’s efforts haven’t gone unnoticed – Banyan Tree Bali was awarded Bali’s Platinum Tri Hita Karana Award for the way it preserves the island’s traditional ways.
Banyan Tree Bali is committed to sustainability. It’s been awarded EarthCheck’s Gold Certification every year since 2013, thanks to its work to reduce water use and waste, and its positive impact on the community. The resort has also been granted the title of National Green Hotel twice by Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism. Measures like removing single-use plastics, using local produce and creating jobs for local residents are all in place at Banyan Tree Bali.
Take a seat at this cliffside restaurant and enjoy French dishes with a contemporary Japanese spin. You’ll be treated to unique dishes overlooking the vast Indian Ocean.
If you fancy an aperitif or an after-dinner drink to bring the evening to a close, visit Ju-Ma-Na’s clifftop bar. With a chicly Moroccan feel, this place transports you to North Africa.
Dine on flavours from across Bali’s rich culinary landscape at Tamarind. Contemporary Balinese dishes are served up every evening – enjoy them overlooking the pool area.
You’ll find international and local favourites at Bambu. Dine in air-conditioned comfort inside or take your meal out to the terrace and enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with an unforgettable view.
Fancy some refreshments during a day at the pool? Order light snacks and fruity cocktails at the Pool Bar, where there are plenty of comfortable daybeds.
You don’t even need to leave your villa to find excellent food at Banyan Tree Bali, as room service is available round the clock, including snacks and three-course meals.
Banyan Tree Bali’s villas all come with a private pool and a Balinese ‘bale’ – a sheltered pavilion – so you can take a dip or stretch out any time you like. And the natural features, including the resort’s gardens and dramatic clifftop views, take centre stage among the minimalist decor. Whether you’re on a romantic break or family getaway, these villas have something for you.
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