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Spiritual sustainability rebalances the body and the mind at the soft lit Suarga down on Bali’s beautiful Bukit Peninsula. A rare remedy for travellers looking to embrace their conscientious side, this intimate resort keeps you connected while ensuring that all modern comforts are well-met. With a handful of handcrafted villas and pavilions and cinematic ocean views – Suarga embodies its Sanskrit name of paradise.
Ideal for Couples and Families
Close proximity to surrounding surf breaks
Spa and Recreation Facilities
Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
Wayfarers Atlas can make your journey to Suarga Padang Padang as seamless as possible.
AIRPORT –Ngurah Rai International Airport
TRANSFER – After touching down on the sultry shores of Bali, a private transfer is waiting to take you to the bamboo grace of Suarga only 45 minutes away.
WEATHER – May to September – Dry Season
SURF SEASON – May to September
Sitting just 8 degrees south of the equator, this land of pale sand, swaying palms and rice paddies enjoys two distinct seasons. The dry season runs from May to September where average daily temperatures linger at 31 degrees Celsius and days are bright and white hot. During the monsoon months of November to March daily showers and silver mists should be expected, especially between the months of December and February.
“Suarga will weave you in a dream of ancient tradition meets forward thinking style. Here, luxury comes in a new light – one where basking in beauty leaves no lasting print on the natural world.”
No charge for children under five
Focused on Sustainability
Spa and Wellness Program
Laundry and pressing service
Restaurant and Bar
World-class Padang Padang surf breaks is straight out the front
The open-air dining space with its soaring rafters and flickering candles invites guests to fall in love with locally sourced Indonesian flavours. With the waves ever present, you can lose yourself in the changing moods of the Indian Ocean. All ingredients make their way from pool and paddock to plate within a fifty-mile radius. From the chef’s signature coconut salad to tender sweet chicken wrapped in a banana leaf- healthy harmonious food keeps energy levels high for the next surf session.
Two beautiful pools located close to Suarga’s stunning bamboo structure provide plenty of space to swim, splash or sink down in cool waters and gaze at panoramic ocean views. The adult’s pool is perfect for laps and the children’s pool close by offers sun-glazed temperatures for Little Wayfarers. Natural foliage, warm decking, and comfortable sunbeds set a welcoming scene for those afternoons that flow best with a book in one hand and detox juice in another.
Realign your bliss with a massage from the One&Only trained therapists. A well-curated spa menu and treatment room invites guests to shrug off tight tensions and worries in favour of healing hands and natural remedies.
Babysitting services can be booked in advance for parents who want some alone time dining beneath the stars, or who may be looking to paddle out together to catch a few waves.
With only 36 villas for artistically minded travellers, Suarga takes architectural pleasure to the next level. Using traditional Indonesian techniques, intelligent practises and a generous dash of modern repose. Guests are sure to be smitten by the cool touch of stone, sea breezes rustling through bamboo, and open-air structures that blur the lines between indoor and alfresco living.
Taking its name from the soaring wonder of the worlds largest bamboo species, the Muso Pentrooms capture that sweet space between layered comfort and elegant affordability. Natural materials abound and sustainability seeps into every corner; from the Frederick sourced beams to the seashell crafted ornaments, locally woven batiks, and lemongrass blooming on the mezzanine. The main bedroom invites two guests to sink down in restful bliss, while the mezzanine offers space for one or two more. The circular open-air bathrooms are whittled from stone and soft hewn wood creating spaces that inspire wellness.
The Ulin Pavilions communicate the very ethos behind the concept of Suarga. Using regenerated ironwood from the old pontoons of Borneo, these rooms instantly connect you with Mother Nature. Dark wood and teaks adorn the walls and floor, and the beautifully constructed bathrooms ring with notes of copper and sun warmed stone. Each of the 11 rooms come with Balinese crafted four poster beds and some with daybeds making them the perfect choice for honeymooners, couples or small families. With indigenous soft furnishings and a lazy terrace flooded with light and salt whipped breezes, a sigh of delight is ever upon your lips at Ulin.
Intuitive spaces should always come with a pinch of versatility, and the wonder of the Wantilan Villas offer just that. Three sublime structures connected by a fairy-tale bridge can be booked as three separate suites or as one imaginative six-suite space. Light and airy bedrooms dressed in wood and linen offer front row ocean views. Private dining spaces invite flickering lantern suppers beneath the stars. Ingenious low hanging bamboo roofs keep everything deliciously cool even in the most humid months. Open air bathrooms whisper repurposed charm with copper lined sinks and merbau beams. Shimmering in front of the villas there is also a private 120 sqm pool for moonlit plunging.
Clinging to a cliffside that tumbles down to greet the mirage like hues of the Indian Ocean, the Jurang Villas take their cues from the splendor of traditional Balinese homes. Carved teak rewrites mythology, wooden decks lead to sunken dining spaces, and private pools glitter invitingly in the fresh morning sun. Scattered daybeds and plump cushions marry Sumba stone and wooden cladding, and curved pathways cut through secret gardens. Inside the villas, guests will find soothing tones, Ajiro rattan from local weavers in Borneo, and painted ceramics that gracefully elevate the already striking natural views that stretch across the sea.
Taking her name and inspiration from the last sea gypsies of Indonesia, Bajau is a destination in itself. Carved into the curves of the cliff, the special home is a surfer’s dream – offering pristine panoramas of Bali’s four most spectacular breaks. Warm teak flooring, sprawl out sofas, and windows that frame the famous views are just the tip of what Bajau has to offer. A socially constructed kitchen, bar and dining space nurtures laughter well into the night, and four bedrooms dressed in natural materials and evocative batiks create a mise-en-scene for sincere sleeps. A cleverly constructed standalone pavilion aptly named room-of-a-poet offers sweeping views across the ocean, complemented by natural stone flooring, and a hand-woven ceiling. Lush gardens, wild wonders, and cliffside yoga are the finishing touches to the vision that is the Bajau Villa.
Little Wayfarers can cultivate their inner calm in the thoughtful surroundings of Suarga. Breezy rooms, special dining on request, and organized babysitting ensure that small ones are well loved while parents have the option to take time and space for themselves.
Complimentary baby cots and high chairs are available upon request
International standard medical facilities 45 minutes away
Little Wayfarers will find the haven of Suarga a space for magical memories. This side of Bali is a natural playground with the chance to get up close and personal with everything from amber haired orangutans to endangered Komodo dragons. Waterparks, elephant parks, and tree top adventure circuits are exhilarating trips that can all be arranged with the help of the staff at Suarga.
Small and intimate families will find the mezzanine daybed of the Muso Pentrooms or Ulin Pavilions an ample choice for a restful stay with more than enough space. Larger families or those who crave the sanctity of their own personal space will have room to grow in the generous Wantilan Villas.
The concierge team can also help to organize an array of exciting excursions for the whole family or babysitting services for parents looking for some alone time.
Little Wayfarers will find their own sparkling pool perched close to the adult’s pool near the main pavilion. Sun dappled shallow waters bring a refreshing touch to hot and sticky afternoons.
The Dugong Restaurant is famed for fresh, bright and innovative dishes meaning that adventurous eaters are sure to get their fill. For Little Wayfarers who prefer home comforts, the chef can rustle up family favourites like fish and chips or Spaghetti Bolognese. There is also always room for chocolate fondant or mango and coconut ice-cream.
Get in touch with your local Travel Doctor for up to date health information, precautions and travel advice for your destination, including information regarding clean drinking water.
24 hr medical facilities are located 45 minutes away at the BIMC hospital which provides international standard medical care.
For peace of mind, Wayfarers Atlas recommends travel insurance that includes medical evacuation. Let us organize this for you.
Mozzies can be found in paradise too.
Refer to the World Health Organisation or the US CDC for information on Mosquito-borne and other insect-borne diseases.
Surfing – With Bali’s pipeline right on your doorstep, surfers couldn’t dream of a better locale for riding Indonesia’s giants. The Bukit Peninsula is home to some of the best reef breaks on the island; Padang Padang, Impossibles, Dreamland and Bingin.
Sustainable Sources – Knowing you are staying somewhere that takes sustainable practice seriously can bring a sense of guilt-free relief to any trip. Suarga sets the bar for responsible tourism high. From low footprint building designs to natural water collection, solar panels, and locally sourced food – every decision at Suarga has been thoughtfully made.
Discovery Dining – A cliff front table, a paint-box sunset, and a menu composed of local flavors – dinners at Dugong are exceptionally special. From the steamed south Asian turbot with daikon and ginger flowers to the sharing plates of ceviche with citrus and licorice or the local Balinese cheeses – this is mindful dining at its finest.
Cultural Charm – Kecak dances on the cliff, boutique jewelry making, and rooms filled with natural crafts from local communities – Suarga fully embraces the art of Balinese culture. The gift shop offers an exotic and carefully chosen array of Papuan artifacts and color bright handicrafts from the villages around Sumba and Java.
Let special Suarga guides take you far from the beaten track on an adventure to seek Bali’s most spiritual falls. Keep an eye out for bright feathered birds as you traverse secret trails, mossy banks, and cold clear water pools.
Bali’s holy mountain is a must for intrepid travelers longing to catch a golden sunrise from on top of the world. Cycle or hike through small rural villages, jade rice paddies, and bubbling hot springs until you reach the summit.
From the deep yoga breath inlands of Ubud to the water temple of Tanah Lot, Suarga is a sublime base for exploring all of Bali’s cultural treasures. The Uluwatu Temple and the 16th century splendour of Tanah Lot offer unrivalled photo opportunities especially when caught in the final golden fingers of sunset.
Bali’s Bukit Peninsula is a surfer’s paradise with white sand beaches, ancient temples crumbling on the cliffside, and warm blue waters. With Padang Padang right outside your door, you can be first in line up to ride this world-class wave. Suarga is perfectly positioned with Uluwatu, Impossibles and Bingin only a couple of minutes down the road. Some of Bali’s waves aren’t for the faint-hearted, but beginners can find gentler more playful breaks closer to the beach at Padang Padang and Dreamland.
Uluwatu – One of Bali’s most iconic waves, magical Uluwatu is a world-class left-hand reef break that holds a special place in surfers’ hearts. Situated on the southwestern tip of the Bukit Peninsula, these waves deserve respect and are recommended for the advanced surfer. There are 5 breaks at Uluwatu (starting from the north): The Peak, Racetrack, Outside Corner, Temples and The Bombie, each with a character all of its own, depending on the time of the day and the size of the swell. Each has a character all of its own depending on swell and time of day. Wear your reef booties and enjoy the ride.
Padang Padang – Dubbed the ‘Balinese Pipeline’, Padang Padang is one the best left-hand reef breaks on earth, Padang Padang is for experienced surfers only.
Impossibles – A famous left-hand reef break for experienced surfers with multiple take-off points and lots of room to play.
Bingin – Set in a scenic and rugged location, this shallow, hollow and powerful wave is one for the pros. Bingin works best at high tide and is recommended for advanced surfers.
Balangan – The long grinding waves of this left-hand reef break are best suited to intermediate surfers.
Nyang Nyang – is just down the road – a short, punchy right-hander, what the wave lacks in quality makes up for with the experience. Nyang Nyang beach is considered one of the most beautiful spots on the island, with spectacular views from the top of the cliff. There are 600 steps to the bottom of the cliff, so it’s not the place for a quick surf but guaranteed its probably free from crowds.
May to September
Beginner to Advanced
Direct access to waves
Land transfers to surrounding breaks on request
No Coaching & Guiding Service
No Equipment Rental