With its majestic landscape and the enchanting smiles of its people, Bali has long drawn the attention of people from all over the world. The island is a melting pot of many races and cultures. Through the early influx of Chinese traders in the 7th century to the era of Dutch colonialism in the 16th century, each influence has left its mark on every aspect of Balinese culture, including in its architectural landscape.
This beautiful cultural mix has been revived in the stunning architecture of Rumah Luwih – a newly launched luxury resort set amidst the tranquil landscape of Pantai Lebih in Gianyar.
Designed by notable Indonesian architect, Hadiprana, the design of Rumah Luwih takes its inspiration from the exquisite Ujung Water Palace in Karangasem. A home for the royals, this water palace is renowned for its grand architecture that wonderfully blends the beauty of Dutch colonial style with the intricate details of Chinese and Balinese cultures. Such grandiosity provides the base for Rumah Luwih’s architectural design. The resort, which occupies 2 hectares of lush greenery, is the setting for this lavish private residence where all guests are treated as royals in their very own tropical sanctuary.
Deriving its name from a Sanskrit word, Luwih translates as “more”. More than a house, Rumah Luwih is a home. Its architecture epitomizes a beautiful beachfront mansion where all family gathers to relax and unwind. From its classic Dutch era tiles, to the curated antiques, teakwood fittings and use of beautiful silk, every detail of Rumah Luwih is designed to create an intimate feeling as if coming home to your loving grandma’s mansion.
Located in the lush and unspoiled East coast of Bali, the resort enjoys unparalleled scenic beauty on one of Bali’s best beaches.
For more information regarding Rumah Luwih, please visit: www.rumahluwih.com
Jl. Prof Ida Bagus Mantra Km 19.9
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 361 200 5899