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Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Swimming Pool
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Swimming Pool
Bali
Villa Room
Villa Pool
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali
Villa bedroom
Exterior
Night View of the Pool
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Lotus Pond
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Lotus Pond
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Wantilan Restaurant
Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali - Wantilan Restaurant

Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali

On the remote northeastern coast of Bali, Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali offers an experience that is the complete antithesis of the modern resorts lining the southern shores. The two and a half hour road transfer from the airport transports you from hustling city vibe to tranquil, local life in the blink of an eye. With soaring volcanic peaks and black sand beaches washed by the deep blue Bali Sea, there is a very tangible spirituality to this place.

If you could take the essence of Bali; its culture, gently smiling people, mystical charms and bottle it, the resulting elixir would be Spa Village.

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Sleep

The resort itself is, as you would expect, traditional in style with Balinese timbers, neutral colours and simple, local art. Choose from Kamar Rooms in the main building, higher floors offering more privacy, or a beach front Villa with plunge pool.

Play & Pamper

In all honesty though it is unlikely you will actually spend much time in your room as a stay here is about so much more than whether your room has Wi-Fi or spa baths! It’s about immersion in the local culture, testing your personal boundaries, trying new things and indulging in a little ‘me time’ in the extraordinary spa (daily spa treatments are included in your stay). In addition to the wellbeing treatments, there is a clever schedule of complimentary experiences for guests to hone their skills and get hands on with. Local traditions such as weaving classes, wood carving, candle making and cooking classes can be enjoyed, whilst other options include star gazing, local village visits, yoga and Pencak Silat, an ancient form of martial arts that owes its heritage to the ancient Chinese Shaolin monasteries.

This is the perfect place for a truly authentic and genuine insight in to the rich, cultural heritage of Bali. The location is remote, rural and completely unspoilt, the ambiance incredibly relaxing and the sense of peace you leave with, unmistakable.

Eat

Dining takes place in the one restaurant, which is open-sided to capture the cooling ocean breezes and where the menu is simple, yet creative, and features a host of local produce.

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