Indonesia has become one of those places that everybody wishes to explore. While their food is tasty and their customs are fascinating, Indonesia is best known for its landscapes. More than 20 million tourists visit Indonesia every year, primarily seeing its popular beaches, (active) volcanic eruptions, and breathtaking scenery. Real, they have beautiful temples, but natural environments are the best tourist destinations in Indonesia.
Indonesia is renowned for various other stuff as well and we’ll tell you here about the most luxurious resorts in Indonesia.
- Amanjiwo, Borobodur, Java
Amanjiwo, popularly known as the ‘Peaceful Soul’ owing to its tranquility in Central Java’s traditional heartland, stares out over the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur. The resort flows from a lofty rotunda down the mountainside to a spectacular lake, making it ideal to discover the town’s historical and natural attractions or relax in delightful scenery. Amanjiwo is surrounded by emerald-green rice fields and the tops of the Menoreh Mountains in the countryside of Central Java. Amanjiwo offers trips to celebrations, temples, and antique shops, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Javanese culture. The essence of a staying is individual dawn and sunset trips to Borobudur and other nearby archaeological attractions. The tourists are punctuated with bursts of relaxing at Amanjiwo’s spa, the 40-meter-long pool, and the magnificent open-air restaurant.
- Nihi Sumba, Sumba Island
It’s something more than a hotel suite where you rest on holiday, it’s an adventure. A modern way of life is evolving. Each layout in the rooms is built to help you feel in both home and fully transferred – crisp white bed linens on their signature canopy beds, delicious chocolate in the mini bar, stunning incredible views of the Indian Ocean. Their numerous open-air, feet-in-the-sand restaurants provide the ideal dining environment. They cater to everything from ceremonies to birthday parties to intimate meals on the beach.
- Amankila, Bali
Amankila (peaceful hill), a private seaside resort overseeing the Lombok Strait, is set against the spectacular contrast of Mount Agung. The luxurious stilted villas give exceptional views and are linked to the resort’s amenities by elevated walkways from their mountainside positions among frangipani and bougainvillaea. Guests can unwind at the Beach Club on Amankila’s beach or in the iconic three-tiered pool. Amankila also provides easy accessibility to the area’s royal history, preserved rural farmland, and traditional art.
- Four Seasons Resort Bali, Jimbaran Bay
At Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay, embed yourself in genuine Balinese culture in an all-villa beach escape rich in heritage and creativity. Soak up the tranquillity of your modern pool villa, which is designed to look like a Balinese home and is elaborately decorated with pieces of art, textile materials, and handmade seating. Dive into the sea with unique water sports, surf the tides with TropicSurf, and feel the rhythm of Bali’s traditional fishing town. Take a stroll of the resort’s iconic temple with spiritual leader Ajik Ngurah and learn about the island’s cultural identity through on-site developer exhibitions.
- Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Bali
Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is the iconic Ritz-Carlton Reserve gallery’s third property. Its resort in Ubud, Indonesia, is an exclusive adventure around an indigenous Balinese town, offering an immersive experience to wellbeing and the environment, located along the Ayung River in Bali’s religious and cultural centre. Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is ideally located where the dense forest joins the Ayung River, and temples stand majestically against such a landscape of rice fields, making it a perfect spot for insight seekers.
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