THE OBEROI LOMBOK

Set along Medana Bay on 10 hectares of tropical gardens, this opulent resort is 5 km from the Lombok Golf Kosaido Country Club and 8 km from the Bangsal Ferry Terminal.

Airy, thatched-roof pavilions offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, plus teak beds and sitting areas. All have private terraces, ocean or garden views, and marble bathrooms with sunken soaking tubs. Villas add private courtyards with gardens or pools.

 

ALILA PURNAMA, KOMODO ISLAND

Alila Purnama, translated as The Full Moon, is an ideal choice for those looking for an exciting cruise in Indonesia. Explore the wonderous seas in one of the most luxurious liveaboard Phinisi ships in Asia, providing ultra-modern and relaxing accommodation for up to ten guests.

 

SIX SENSES ULUWATU, BALI

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Set amid lush gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean, this luxury cliffside resort is 6 km from Uluwatu Temple and 18 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Accommodations range from stylish suites to posh 1- to 3-bedroom villas. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minibars, plus lounges and terraces with sea views. Some have outdoor baths and/or showers, as well as private pools. Lavish 4-bedroom apartments add kitchens, wine cellars and meeting rooms.

 

AMANWANA, MOYO ISLAND

Unencumbered by human activity, Moyo Island allows Mother Nature full reign across more than 32,000 hectares of protected jungle. Here, surrounded by the turquoise, coral-rich Flores Sea, Amanwana has set up camp – offering just 20 safari Tents spread between the rainforest and the shore. Low-impact and eco-friendly, the standalone Tents are decked out sensitively with hardwood floors, walls and windows, and with soaring, air-conditioned canopies sheltering sumptuous daybeds, ensuite bathrooms and net-draped kingsize beds.

 

BAWAH PRIVATE ISLAND

Nature and wellness go hand in hand for us. We inspire our guests to ‘disconnect to reconnect’, to bring back the inner child in all of us, when curiosity was the theme of the day and sharing moments with our loved ones was the most important thing in life.

To truly explore nature, we inspire our guests to just let go and let nature take its course. In doing so, they will rediscover their authentic self and reconnect with the beauty and wellness of nature.

A stay at Bawah stays for a lifetime. Every single one of our guest will take away something that will stay with them forever and leave the island with a renewed sense of purpose.

 

MANDAPA, A RITZ-CARLTON RESERVE, BALI

Immerse in the natural beauty and authentic Balinese culture at Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. A blend of 60 luxury suites and villas are waiting to be discovered here, all offering 24-hour dedicated butler service. Guests will find joy escaping daily distractions whether practicing yoga in a peaceful pavilion, biking through nearby villages, experiencing the local Balinese cuisine, or surrendering to pure bliss at the hands of an experienced spa therapist

 

FOUR SEASONS RESORT BALI AT JIMBARAN BAY, BALI

Showcasing Bali at its authentic best, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay invites guests to immerse themselves in the sights and sounds, architecture and art, traditions and innovations of Indonesia’s most magical island.

Comprising seven living ‘villages’, the iconic resort’s 156 pool villas–including the fully-renovated Premier Ocean Villas and Family Premier Villas–cascade down 14 hectares of hilly headlands and tropical water gardens adorned with hundreds of statues and shrines. Best Hotels in Indonesia

Embark on a culinary journey at the onsite Bali Cooking Academy, or a curative journey at The Healing Village Spa. Best Hotels in Indonesia

Learn to surf with expert Tropicsurf coaches or soak up the chill vibe with Southeast Asia’s best cocktails from a poolside beachfront daybed at Sundara.

 

AMANKILA, BALI

o Discover Amankila (https://www.aman.com/resorts/amankila), a 5-star luxury resort occupying a breath-taking hilltop spot on Bali’s east coast.

Amankila means ‘peaceful hill’, but the name is a little modest given its setting, with ancient, spiritual and regal neighbours here in the historic Karangasem Regency. Balinese culture dictates design details throughout: recurring motifs reference the ruins of the nearby water palace at Ujung; a three-tier infinity pool spills down the hillside like a cascading rice paddy. Thatched-roof Suites are set on stilts, just visible above the treetops, and are decorated with paras stone and furniture inlaid with pearl and coconut shell. A series of frangipani-lined walkways connects the property’s buildings, conceived by architect Ed Tuttle. Best Hotels in Indonesia

The Bali coast offers some of the world’s best surfing and watersports including scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling all well catered for at Amankila

 

NIHI SUMBA, SUMBA ISLAND

This stylish, all-inclusive resort on Nihi Watu beach on the shores of the Indian Ocean is 23 km from Weemananga National Reserve and 63 km from Bandara Tambolaka Airport. Best Hotels in Indonesia

Upscale villas with thatched roofs have Indonesian styling, and free Wi-Fi, minibars, and shared or private pools. plus decks, and outdoor showers or tubs. Some add kitchens and/or ocean views; upgraded villas include butler service. Room service is offered. Kids age 5 and under stay at no cost with an adult. Best Hotels in Indonesia

 

AMANJIWO, BOROBODUR, JAVA

Silhouetted at sunrise, Unesco-listed Borobudur is sure to stir up artistic tendencies – not only because the landscape includes Mount Merapi’s volcanic peak, smouldering in the background, but because Amanjiwo provides guests with sets of watercolour paints. Here in Indonesia’s artistic and intellectual heartland, Borobudur, one of Buddhism’s most sacred Mahayana temples, was reclaimed from the jungle in the 19th century, and its significance is echoed in the resort’s design. The temple-like hideaway, built entirely from blush-beige local paras Jogja limestone, has soaring ceilings, colonnades and a central domed stupa roof that mimics Borobudur in the distance.

 

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