Bambu Indah wants all guests to be surrounded by the rich creativity and history of Indonesia, while basking in the comfort and luxury of a boutique hotel.
Bambu Indah brought eleven antique Javanese bridal homes to Bali and began decorating them with the intention of hosting family and close friends who had travelled around the world to visit this eco-lifestyle boutique hotel. Bambu Indah wonderfully combines the use of restored antique houses with much newer structures built with sustainable bamboo.
Each house at Bambu Indah was built over 100 years ago and originates from Java. They were carefully dismantled from their points of origin, relocated to Bambu Indah and lovingly reassembled in their current locations. Each house has a unique name and a story to reveal to you, such as Kuning House, the cheeriest of all the homes because of its yellow exterior and accents, perfect for those who are fun and happy. For those with a more classic and vintage soul, Kuno House (Antique House) is the perfect fit. This house is over 150 years old and the teakwood has aged to a perfect rich cocoa brown. The other houses are Afrika House, Biru House, Elora & Orin House, Jawa Lama House, Kolam House, Kuda House, Manis House and Padi House. Bambu Indah has added two new houses, Pagoda and Sumba House.
Bambu Indah Experiences
Bambu Indah offers a select list of activities and excursions specifically designed to provide guests with a unique Bambu Indah and authentically Balinese experience. In Cooking Class, you will learn about traditional cooking equipment, methods and kitchen staples. You can also explore the simplicity of village living, worship nature and work up a sweat with a guided two-hour morning walk starting from 7am. A private yoga session in beautiful Minang House is available on request. Guests can travel to Bali to visit the John Hardy jewellery factory (Karya Tangan Indah), the Kapal Bambu showroom, and join the employees for lunch.
Bambu Indah believes that the land should be responsibly cultivated to produce nutritious food. The property’s organic permaculture gardens are home to seasonal Balinese vegetables, herbs and flowers. Bambu Indah’s team of gardeners, led by permaculture experts, turn organic waste into compost and compost into nutritious soil to grow healthy produce that is used in the property’s kitchens and for daily offerings to the gods and goddesses. Bambu Indah looks out on one of the most beautiful views in the world, the famed rice paddies of Bali. All guests are welcome to enjoy a nature hike along the river and through rice fields starting from Bambu Indah and through neighbouring villages. Ayung River is an integral part of Bambu Indah. This is the longest river in Bali and runs from the northern mountain ranges to Sanur. It is revered as a holy river and is accessible from the hotel via a downhill path.
Jl. Banjar Baung
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 361 97 4357