sits at the foot of Mount Agung in the tiny village of Tulamben
in the northeastern coast of Bali, right on the black lava-rock
beach and some of Bali's most accessible coral reefs. The resort
retains traditional ambience of a Balinese fishing compound
with 13 terraced patio rooms, 12 thatched-roof cottages and
4 ocean view cottages. It is ideally set for a relaxing holiday
whilst exploring some of Indonesia's most recognized underwater
Room rate offers as follow:
|ocean view cottages
|quoted in US Dollar,
excluded tax and service charge
> july - aug 2009.
> 21dec - 05 jan 2010
> 18sept - 27Sept 2009.
rate are quoted in US Dollar, excluded 21% for tax and service charge.
Transport rate : available for transfer from airport to :
- mimpi menjangan = US$ 55
- mimpi tulamben = US$ 50
per car per way, maximum 4 [four] persons, for leasing car please
click [rent car]
Sheltered under big trees, 13 Patio Rooms are set to landscape with
lush tropical garden. A verandah is ideally set with cuisine in
front of each room to provide gathering space whilst enjoying hours
of chatting. The bedroom is spacious with simple natural details,
cool marble floor and high wooden ceiling. The bathroom has an open-air
shower with small garden inside.
The 12 Balinese-style cottages with peaked thatched roofs, each
has its own private garden compound and detached bale bengong verandah
surrounded by a lava-rock moat full of carp. Bathrooms feature an
open-air shower accessible through a door from the garden, built
specifically so divers do not have to drip salt water and algae
through their bedroom. Shower corner is uniquely walled with black
lava-rock and bamboo fence.
Ocean View Cottages
4 cottages are set to directly view the sea of Tulamben bay preserving
mood of ocean waves whilst enjoying relaxing hours from the private
verandah. Bedroom is cool with marble floor and wooden furniture.
Entrance to each cottage is uniquely designed through a wooden door
Restaurant & Bar
The Tunkung Restaurant is set open-air close to the pool ground
facing the ocean of Tulamben bay. It is uniquely constructed with
combination of wood and bamboo structure nestled under swaying trees.
The ambience is casually relaxing and menu presents a variety of
selections from around the globe to suit every taste.
at munduk sari village
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