Majapahit-Inspired Memory

With a stunning design and landscape, world-class facilities and service, Jumeirah Bali is unparalleled when it comes to a luxury travel destination.

Since opening last year, the much-anticipated Jumeirah Bali has been drawing oohs and ahs from guests. The expansive resort showcases gorgeously designed villas that are inspired by the golden era of the Javanese Majapahit empire – a Javanese Hindu-Buddhist kingdom in the mid-14th century – with visually stunning details that blend perfectly with the verdant tropical flora surrounding the resort. 

Its location in a picturesque spot of the coveted Uluwatu area also plays a role in the outstanding design of this all-villa resort. The tiered terrain has allowed 123 villas to be built such that most of them boast an unobstructed view of the ocean. Lush foliage leads the ascending paths from the majestic lobby through the series of pretty villas, all the way down to the beachfront swimming pool and restaurants. 

The Majapahit-inspired aesthetics blend harmoniously with Bali’s natural elements and romance, making the resort a memorable destination for any kind of traveller – couples, families or individuals. Adorned with terraced royal gardens, mesmerising water features and a grove of ancient Bodhi trees, the resort is a haven to reconnect and find inner peace and balance. The swimming pool with the ocean view also draws inspiration from Kolam Segaran, a legendary reservoir in the Majapahit era. 

The 123 villas come in one- and two-bedroom configurations, in addition to the exclusive four-bedroom Royal Water Palace. Each of the villas showcases the magnificent Indian Ocean view or a soothing garden view, and features a private pool, as well as an outdoor living area with an open pavilion. 

The refreshing indoor-outdoor architectural concept is found throughout the resort, designed to create an airy flow between the architecture, interior and landscape. The combination of indigenous building materials with modern convenience and comfort are more than enough reason to put Jumeirah Bali on your travel bucket list. 

Beyond the magnificent design and accommodation, Jumeirah Bali is also home to outstanding dining and drinking establishments. The newest addition, AKASA, serves wood-fired seafood and prime cuts in an understated lavish setting that sits pretty on the Uluwatu cliff, overlooking the ocean. 

Also boasting an ocean view is SEGARAN Dining Terrace, an all-day restaurant that offers a delicious combination of Balinese and Southeast Asian cuisine based on a farm-to-table philosophy. For a creative aperitif by day or potent tipples by evening, the resort’s MAJA Sunset Lounge is an intimate sanctuary to enjoy refreshing drinks, light bites and the magical sunset views. 

Another feature of Jumeirah Bali that deserves major recognition is the award-winning Talise Spa. The ultra-opulent spa has five beautiful treatment rooms, a sauna, steam bath and Vichy shower, as well as the only traditional Turkish hammam in Bali. Make the most of rejuvenating treatments, including holistic facials, healing and energising massages, cleansing scrub treatments and more. 

On top all the excellence at Jumeirah Bali, you can also take up the guided meditation and yoga classes offered by the resort’s resident Master Yogi, make use of the modern fitness centre, or take your kids to the kids’ club for some family fun.

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