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Embark yourself in an unforgettable journey to enrich your life and leave you delightfully inspired. Specially crafted for you by Alila Manggis Bali, you are invited to an ultimate culinary and cultural experience that will last a lifetime. The all-in-one holiday package offers great opportunity to indulge your taste buds with wide range of Balinese cuisines, from seafood to organic food, plus all the recipes you will get in cooking classes. Complete the journey by taking parts in trips and adventures that bring closer the real soul of Bali; its people, its culture, and its breathtaking scenery. Reserve your place now, happiness is just a click away.
Alila Manggis breathtaking location between the sea and Balis sacred Mount Agung inspired a seamless concept for the resort by its designers at Kerry Hill Architects, with free-flowing interaction between the buildings and surrounding nature. A traditional alang alang thatched roof covers the lobby, beautifully offset by polished ivory and colored concrete floors. A latticed screen of diagonally laid stones is a feature at each end of the lobby.
Four two-storey buildings of cool white stone, lit up in geometric beams of warm tones after dark, house the guestrooms. Each block is a skilful execution of traditional and contemporary Balinese architecture, set at a 45 angle to the beach, allowing all rooms and suites a view of the sea and the resorts centrally featured pool.
Real! Original! Traditional! These three words have become synonymous with East Bali. The simplicity of the folk around, the relatively unspoilt and age-old traditions, the smiling faces, the swaying palms and narrow streets set against a backdrop of paddy fields and volcanoes. Buitan beach and Alila Manggis are a truly and surprisingly different experience in East Bali. 4 star hotel tours and trips can be booked through our Leisure Concierge to discover all this and more!
The swimming pool is a central feature of the resort and is designed as an unusual inverted pyramid. This creates deep water in the middle and shallow water around the edges, allowing guests to relax and enjoy a cooling afternoon dip at this boutique resort. Balis swaying coconut palms, and beautiful landscaped gardens provide the perfect setting to lay back and enjoy the resort's peaceful, sunny environment.
The ocean-facing yoga pavilion runs yoga sessions every Monday and Friday from 17:00 to 18:15 for guests in-house.
Upholding the reputation of a superior family hotel in Bali, the seaside suites at Alila Manggis provides spacious accommodation and a double daybed for our younger guests. The 114 square meter suites are located at the upper level corners of our 4-star hotel. Balis beautiful ocean is within direct view from the large balconies that surround these Bali suites which are perfect for outdoor dining, entertaining, lounging or as a sundeck. The rooms are furnished with a living area and large entry hall which may be used as a dining area.
The 53 rooms and two suites are housed in traditional two-storey thatched Balinese pavilions reminiscent of the village Wantilan, meeting hall. The superior rooms, located on the lower floor of each block, boast a private terrace while the deluxe rooms on the upper level have a balcony with day bed. All rooms are designed to maximize the views across the coconut grove, the swimming pool and the sea.
In-room amenities include cable TV, In-room safe, IDD telephone, mini bar. Enjoy new bedscapes comprising down comforters and high-thread count soft bed sheets, a pile of plump pillows - and a new fresh, white look. The bedding is inspired by the new niche brand "Ploh". Discover hand-finished, distinctive bedding that's all about understated luxury.
The activity will begin at 07:30 to 10:30 or 16:00 to 18:00. Join the team of fisherman aboard a traditional jukung fishing boat. Early morning, venture out with the colorful local fleet of fishing boats to catch a fish for your dinner.
The cooking class starts at 16:00 in our garden by the sea. Learn how to prepare a local fish and prawn curry. Bumbu Bali and pepes ikan (fish wrapped in banana leaves) will be served for dinner as a sumptuous seafood megibung, featuring the food you cooked during your class and your very own catch of the day.
The activities will begin at 07:00 and ends at 13:30. Understand how the cycle of daily life translates to the plate in traditional Balinese dishes. After an early morning breakfast, experience the amazing sights, sounds, and aromas of Klungkung market, one of the busiest village markets in East Bali.
Back at the hotel, learn how to use the ubiquitous Ulekan (traditional Balinese mortar and pestle) to make the embodiment of Balinese cuisine - Bumbu Bali (Balinese curry paste) and Bumbu kacang (peanut sauce) - and prepare Balinese style nasi goreng (fried rice) in a wok and sate ayam (grilled chicken skewers). Savor the mornings handiwork over a leisurely lunch in the restaurant.
Gain a new sense of taste as you rediscover the wholesome, nurturing flavors of unprocessed ingredients. Grow your awareness of sustainable farming which is sure to stimulate your appetite for a healthier, balanced lifestyle. After breakfast, head to the organic garden just 10 minutes from the hotel, hidden below the foothills of Mount Agung overlooking the sea.
The gardeners will reveal the agricultural practices of Balinese farmers. Then, armed with boots and a rice hat, join in the action in the garden, collecting seasonal ingredients, scaring the birds or simply waiting for the rice to grow from the shelter of a kubukubu a small hut built in the rice fields.
Begin your organic cooking lesson in the morning at 09:30 with tastings from the garden, followed by the Balinese lunch that you have cooked in a traditional Balinese pavilion around 14:00.
After breakfast, drive to Bebandem village where the cycle ride begins through small villages and the green views of the rice paddies on narrow roads. Your guide will take you through the rice and vegetable farming methods, rural Balinese village life and the culture. You can take as many photos as you want, stop or start as often as you want and talk with the smiling and ever friendly local people.
At the end of the bike ride, you will visit Pasir Putih, the white sandy beach should you wish to take a dip to cool down or just enjoy the beautiful bay. This journey will take around 3 hours including one hour car transfer return.
Discover Balis rich history of traditional medicinal recipes, and the healing qualities of natural ingredients found all around us and used in Alilas healthy natural cuisine and spa treatments. A Balinese breakfast including Jamu (a traditional Indonesian tonic) in the organic garden is a wonderful start to the day. Then, explore the garden and nearby jungle, picking herbs, roots and fruits that hold the secrets to staying healthy and youthful.
Learn how to make coconut oil that you can use to prepare your own skin treatments. Create a facial treatment using local fruits and organic bath sea salts, as well as an herbal body scrub made from an age-old recipe. Enjoy time for reflection and meditation before a healthy lunch served in the bale and returning to the hotel for a soothing spa treatment using traditional Balinese oils. The activity will begin at 08:00 and ends at 13:30.
Discover how healthy food and lifestyle go naturally hand in hand. Enjoy a day of cleansing, stretching, and cooking for your soul. Begin in our Organic Garden with a private yoga class, followed by Jamu (Indonesian traditional herbal tonic) and a healthy Balinese breakfast. Enjoy a cooking class, using fresh and local ingredients and traditional cooking techniques and equipment. Create a refreshing vegetarian lunch, perfect for cleansing the body and soul. Then, while away the afternoon in the quiet of the garden at your leisure.
Visit the famous Goa Lawah (Bat Cave) located 15 kilometers southwest of Alila Manggis. The cave is home to thousands of bats and has a temple built in front of its entrance. The combination of squeaking bats, crowds of kneeling devotees, burning incense and priests prayers makes a visit to Goa Lawah during ceremonies a fascinating experience.
On your return journey, stop at the Kusamba Salt Pans, famous for its organic sea salt. Witness the process of sprinkling seawater over the black sand until one gets concentrated sea salt. This will be 3 to 4 hours trip.
From Asak to Bug Bug, walk through the famed rice fields of East Bali on this half day nature and soft adventure walk from the surrounded by spectacular scenery, you could see the life cycle of the rice crop at one of its stages between planting and harvesting. You will also work through and past many local village temples and depending on the time of year, you could witness a traditional ceremony or two. Meet the village farmers and maybe even sip a cup of ginger tea or Bali coffee with them. The trek is 1 hours long and including 50-minute car transfer return.
Perched atop a cliff, visit Uluwatu and its famed temple from where you could enjoy a breathtaking view of the sunset and Indian Ocean. This tour also includes entrance to the spectacular Kecak Dance performance, a very traditional Balinese Warrior Dance. You may want to add on a visit to the famous seafood stalls on the beach at Jimbaran for a delicious Seafood dinner or may wish to visit our Alila Villas Uluwatu, to enjoy an evening in the absolute luxury and choice that they offer. The tour will take around 8 hours.
Inspired by a neighboring organic salt farm, the Seasalt Restaurant is set in a traditional Balinese pavilion on a lotus pond. Serving both a contemporary menu and a range of Indonesian and Balinese favorites with Executive Chef I Nyoman Santika and Food & Beverage Manager Made Putra Arnaya. Seasalt is also an integral part of the Alila Manggis Cooking School. Elegant and relaxed, the restaurant looks out on to the ocean and the resorts beautifully landscaped grounds. Guests can also enjoy poolside or garden dining, set beneath the tranquil coconut grove.
The organic garden nearby also presents a "surprisingly different" dining option. The sea salt they use is farmed from the salt pans in Goa Lawah nearby, thus the name of the restaurant. They bring you flavors that are both local and international, some inspired and others traditional, some simple and a few slightly more complicated, some meals for one and others to share, some spicy and a couple that are not too spicy.
Alila Manggis Bali recommends some flavors to share, their signature meal, the traditional Balinese Megibung, which is a unique and very traditional way of sharing food with friends and family during village ceremonies in East Bali and some parts of Lombok. This is an excellent way to sample the local cuisine and is decoratively served to you on a carved timber stand called the Dulang.
One of Bali's best kept secrets, Alila Manggis is a secluded, stylish seaside resort in Manggis, where modern European shapes meet open, tropical design. Set amidst a coconut grove, the resort is nestled between the sea and the majestic Mount Agung, Bali's most sacred mountain. Alila Manggis is situated on tranquil Buitan Beach within the regency of Karangasem, close to the town of Candidasa, and provides the perfect base from which to explore the unspoilt East. This area of the island is renowned for its spectacular beauty where the steep rise from coast to mountain creates magical scenery.
This boutique hotel in Bali is the gateway to the dive islands of the east coast, the mother temple of Besakih and the great water palaces and kingdoms of East Bali. Alila Manggis is also just 10 minutes from Padang Bai harbor where ferries leave for Lombok and other nearby islands. Head away from the crowds to an unspoilt east coast hotel in Candidasa such as Alila Manggis, where modern European shapes meet open, tropical design. Bali's perfect ocean views are captured from four two-storey buildings built around a palm-fringed pool, ideally demonstrating simple forms and Balinese touches.
At Spa Alila, they are committed to providing unique treatments from the heart, blending ancient Asian healing techniques with age-old beauty recipes featuring the curative benefits of fresh, natural, quality ingredients. Trained in anatomical physiology, massage, meditation and service, the local therapists combine the latest organic nutrition and health knowledge with the most essential element - warm, genuine care that flows from the heart through the hands, to stimulate, rejuvenate, balance and relax your mind and body. Spa Alila products are made from a creative blend of ingredients; indigenous plants, fruits, herbs, and spices and use a carrier massage oil that are a pure blend of sweet almond and virgin coconut oil.
Their blends feature combinations that are fragrant and so fresh that they are almost edible - cucumber and aloe vera to soothe, lemon grass and ginger to refresh, coffee and coconut to tone and condition. From facials to aromatherapy massages, these spa experiences are presented in the haven of two outdoor spa bales located right on the grounds of the Pandan Forest, facing the sea, allowing nature to soothe you towards total relaxation.
Book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).