Wyndham Tamansari Jivva Resort, Bali, Takmung, Bali, Indonesia
Enjoy a relaxing escape on the beautiful island of Bali in a beachfront resort that exudes peace and tranquility.
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Accommodation in Double or Twin Room that combines modern design with the tropical backdrop
Much appreciated breakfast
Beachfront Resort with free private beach facilities
Outside Pools: Garden Pool and Beach Pool
Enjoy a relaxing escape on the beautiful island of Bali in a beachfront resort that exudes peace and tranquility.
A PEACEFUL JIVVA, BALI RESORT ON LEPANG BEACH
Nestled in a stunning natural setting among lush flora and fauna, Wyndham Tamansari Jivva Resort is a relaxing escape on the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia. Situated along the dramatic black sands of Lepang Beach on the Bali Sea, this beautiful beachfront resort exudes peace and tranquillity. It is just minutes from the world-famous surf break, Keramas, and the graceful white tigers at Bali Safari and Marine Park.
Enjoy swimming with dolphins and discover the amazing rock formations off the coast.
Explore Bali Bird Park and the vibrant art scene and palaces in the beautiful town of Ubud.
This is a sacred place that excites your spirit.
Kick back or wander and soak it all in.
Escape to a newly built hotel located along the dazzling Klungkung coastline. Surrounded by lush nature, the beautifully appointed rooms feature stylish decor accented with authentic local textures. Kick off your shoes in our sumptuous beachfront retreat where you can get away from it all in a tropical and tranquil environment.
Lepang Beach - 0 km
Keramas Surf Break - 4.9 km
Swim with Dolphins - 4.9 km
Bali Safari and Marine Park - 6.9 km
Taman Nusa Cultural Park - 7.8 km
Bali Bird Park - 14.9 km
Agung Rai Museum of Art - 16.9 km
Ubud - 17.7 km
Denpasar Airport - 27.8 km
Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world's most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards. Bali has something to offer a very broad market of visitors from young back-packers right through to the super-rich.
The word "paradise" is used a lot in Bali and not without reason. The combination of friendly, hospitable people, a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality and (not least) spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving have made Bali Indonesia's unrivaled number one tourist attraction. Eighty percent of international visitors to Indonesia visit Bali and Bali alone. Bali is a wonderful destination with something for everyone, and though heavily travelled, it is still easy to find some peace and quiet, if you like. Avoid the South of the island if you want a more traditional and genuine Balinese experience.
A consideration is the tourist season and Bali can get very crowded in August and September and again at Christmas and New Year. Australians also visit during school holidays in early April, late June and late September, while domestic tourists from elsewhere in Indonesia visit during national holidays. Outside these peak seasons, Bali can be surprisingly quiet and good discounts on accommodation are often available.
Denpasar — a bustling city, the administrative centre and transport hub of the island but not a major tourist destination
Candidasa — a quiet coastal town, the Bali Aga and gateway to the east coast
Kuta — surfer central, by far the most heavily developed area in Bali. Lots of shopping and night-life and the centre of lower-end party culture on Bali
Jimbaran — sea-side resorts, a nice sheltered beach and seafood restaurants south of Kuta
Legian — located between Kuta and Seminyak; also the name of Kuta´s main street
Lovina — beautiful black volcanic sand beaches and coral reefs
Padang Bai — a relaxed traditional fishing village with some touristic options. Great place to enjoy the beach, snorkelling, diving and eating fish.
Sanur — sea-side resorts and beaches popular with older families
Seminyak — quieter, more upscale beachside resorts and villas just to the north of Legian, with some fashionable upscale restaurants and trendy designer bars and dance clubs.
Ubud — the centre of art and dance in the foothills, with several museums, the monkey forest and lots of arts and crafts shops.
Amed — an area of peaceful, traditional fishing villages featuring black sand beaches, coral reefs and excellent freediving or scubadiving
Bedugul — nice lakes in the mountains, a golf course, the botanical gardens and the famous Ulun Danu Bratan Temple
Bukit Peninsula — the southernmost tip of Bali, with world class surfing, great beaches, and the can't-miss cliff-hanging Uluwatu Temple
Kintamani — active volcano Mount Batur, great mountain scenery, largest Lake in Bali, cooler temperatures vegetable and fruit growing
Mount Agung — highest mountain in Bali and the mother temple of Besakih
Nusa Dua — an enclave of high-end resorts and a long, golden sand beach
Nusa Lembongan — good diving, snorkeling and surfing and a great place to relax
Nusa Penida — wild, rugged and untamed and as off-the-beaten-path as you will get in Bali
West Bali National Park — trekking, bird watching and diving in Bali's only substantial natural protected area
Bali's best-known attractions are its countless Hindu temples. The nine directional temples (kayangan jagat) are the largest and most prominent. These are located at strategic points across Bali and are designed to protect the island and its inhabitants from dark forces. Pura Luhur Uluwatu (Uluwatu Temple), at the southern tip of Bali, is easily accessed and hence very popular, as is Tanah Lot. For the Balinese, the "mother temple" of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung is the most important of all and sits above the nine. The other seven directional temples are Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Pura Ulun Danu Batur, Pura Pasar Agung, Pura Lempuyang Luhur, Goa Lawah, Pura Masceti and Pura Luhur Batukaru. All of these are located on either rugged high ground or at the water's edge, and this is a clear indication of the likely source of dark forces as far as the Balinese are concerned.
Most of the coastline of Bali is fringed by beaches of some type, with the exceptions being some important areas of mangrove forest in the southeast, and certain parts of the Bukit Peninsula where high cliffs drop straight to the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean.
Unsurprisingly, given the volcanic nature of the island, black sand is the norm, but there are also some beaches in the south which have fine-grained white sand. Beaches that are especially safe for swimming include Jimbaran Bay and virtually all of the north coast.
All of Bali's mountains are volcanoes, some long dormant and some still active. At 3,142 metres (10,308 ft), magnificent Mount Agung dominates the landscape of East Bali and has not erupted since 1963. Much more active is Mount Batur, which permanently smolders and periodically produces a large bang and plumes of ashy smoke as pressure is released from within. Taking only two hours to climb, Batur is one of the most accessible active volcanoes in the whole of Indonesia.
Art, both traditional and modern, is everywhere in Bali and impossible to miss. Ubudis the artistic capital of the island with several museums and a variety of informal workshops and retail outlets. Ubud's museums showcase the works of local artists, both living and dead, as well as works by many foreign artists, who either have a strong affinity to Bali or have made the island their permanent home.
Bali's Hindu culture and history is both extraordinary and unique. Many visitors get so wrapped up in shopping, partying and beach life to miss the opportunity to understand and absorb at least some of this. You cannot fail to see temples, come across ceremonies and witness daily offerings, and those who take the time and effort to understand what is going on around them will find their visit very rewarding.
There are several hot springs to be discovered in Bali. One of them, on the north coast of the island near Lovina, is Air Banjar, where stone mouth carvings allow hot water to pass between the pools, which are set in lush gardens. Another good choice is at Toya Bungkahon the shores of Lake Batur, high in the north eastern mountains. Last but not least, there is also a Bali dive safari which includes both shore and boat diving, and encompasses a wide variety of dives: walls, muck, reefs as well as Tulamben’s world famous 120m USAT Liberty shipwreck, with opportunities for macro and wide-angle photography.
Bali is a paradise for spa lovers, and all sorts of treatments are widely available. The Balinese lulur body scrub with herbs and spices—traditionally performed before a wedding ceremony—is particularly popular. Balinese massage is usually done with oil and involves long, Swedish-style strokes.
Bali is host to some of the finest yoga and well-being centres and retreats in the world. You can find an abundance of amazing yoga classes to suit all levels in most of the tourist areas. Look for the best yoga centres in Ubud and Seminyak. Bali is also now home to a number of renowned yoga teacher training centres.
Weddings in Bali have become very popular in recent years. Many couples who are already legally married choose Bali as the place to renew their vows. Full wedding-organising services are widely available: ceremony arrangements, photography, videography, flowers, musicians, dancers and catering. There are several wedding chapels available that are usually attached to luxury hotels, and the number is growing all the time. There are many professional organisers to handle your wedding in Bali, and these are easily found through the Internet. Destination weddings, featuring all types of religious and presentation arrangements, are becoming increasingly popular, with large private villas being one of the island's many offerings for venues.
There are many interesting scuba diving sites around Bali. Particularly popular are the wreck of USAT Liberty at Tulamben in the east, the chilled out coral bommies in Padang Bai, the serene reefs around Menjangan Island in the northwest, and dramatic drift diving off Nusa Penida in the south.
Bali, Indonesia is an unique island with a rich of Hinduism cultural and friendly people. It is probably the best island in Indonesia when you come as a tourist. Bali has beautiful varied of landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing the best and colorful cultural, in deep spiritual that visitors claim as island of paradise. Bali is paradise for surfing and diving lovers, family travelers, honeymooners including back-packers
AWAKEN TO EAST BALI'S NATURAL BEAUTY
Discover a tropical paradise at a brand new luxury resort on the black sands of the eastern coast of Bali, Indonesia. Nestled in a lush landscape along the crystal-clear blue waters of the Bali Sea, off the Indian Ocean, this spectacular beachfront resort features locally inspired rooms, suites, and private pool villas with a modern design of Indonesian inspiration.
Whether you are looking out at the crashing waves on Lepang beach or resting on a lounge chair by the pool, you will feel refreshed by the tranquil atmosphere of this breathtaking Bali location. Take in sunsets with one of delicious signature cocktails in hand as the hums of wave divert you.
In addition to this sensational beachfront location, the hotel is pleased to offer must-have services and amenities for your comfort. Popular features of this resort include a gorgeous outdoor pool with ocean and garden views, Bumbu Restaurants, suites with private Jacuzzis or plunge pool and private balconies, as well as villas with their own private pools. The intimate event facilities have been designed for destination weddings, small corporate gatherings, and special events.
Escape from the ordinary to the tranquil Jivva, Bali resort and embrace an exotic island destination that enchants your spirit.
Looking forward to settling you, your loved ones, and your guests into this Bali retreat with the perfect combination of friendly service and thoughtful amenities.
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