Barat National Park, Indonesia
At a Glance
A true Balinese jungle experience, this hotel has the great advantage of being set on the beach too - the best of both worlds
Stay in a luxurious Beach villa but also have the opportunity to get close with nature
Trek through the Menjangans 382 hectares on horse back
Dive all seven world-class dive sites off the coast of Menjangan Island
Enjoy a private dining experience at the top of the Bali Tower overlooking the National Park - a culinary delight
Horse riding through the untouched jungle is an amazing experience that you cannot find in many parts of Bali - I would recommend 2hrs (rather than 1hr) to really get into the beautiful scenery.Scott Dunn team
Enjoy a boat trip to nearby Menjangan Island for some of the best snorkeling and diving in the whole of Bali. The marine life is absolutely stunning!Victoria Hogg
One of the highlights is jumping on the resort's open top safari vehicle, be it on your way to the beach or to your villa. It's an exciting way to get around, and experience the wildlife, of which there is an abundance.Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to The Menjangan or take a look at our itineraries to Bali
Discover the other side of Bali at The Menjangan, set amidst 382 hectares of beautiful forest and mangrove on the edge of a stunning reef in an undiscovered corner of this beautiful Indonesian island.
The Menjangan offers a choice of luxurious accommodation, from the Deluxe Rooms in the Monsoon Lodge amidst the lush jungle, to the secluded and elegant Beach Villas at the water’s edge. The Beach Villas are nestled in the protected mangroves and each bedroom opens on to a private terrace with sea views across the bay. Wake up to the sun rising straight ahead of you, the coral reef shallows just beneath you and the dense mangroves all around. Lounge on your private terrace for the day or lower yourself into the turquoise shallows and snorkel the reef. For families or larger groups, the Menjangan Residence is a vast 3 bedroom villa with its own private pool and magnificent panoramic sea views.
Aside from the delicious in-room dining, the Menjangan houses two restaurants, the Bali Tower, serving Mediterranean and Indonesian cuisine and the Pantai Restaurant down on Sentigi beach that specializes in fresh, local seafood. For a really special dining experience, let the talented team arrange a private, candle-lit barbecue on the beach.
The resort offers plenty of activities for both adults and children, from kayaking through the secret mangrove maze, diving or snorkeling on one of the most beautiful coral reefs in Bali or venturing through the forest on horseback, there is an activity for everyone. The Menjangan also houses the Mangrove Spa, offering a wide selection of treatments influenced by Balinese healing rituals, using natural products. Spoil yourself with an indulgent massage overlooking the mangroves, the only distraction being the sound of the waves and the breeze from Bajul Bay.
The Menjangan has 12 Deluxe Bedrooms and two Suites in the serene Monsoon Lodge and these rooms are set round an idyllic swimming pool and Jacuzzi and have wooden floors, traditional grass roofs and natural stone bathrooms. The nine romantic Beach Front Villas are modern, minimalist and sleek and are set just steps from the ocean. They have expansive decks, plenty of privacy and sumptuous outdoor baths. The three-bedroom Menjangan Residence offers stunning panoramic sea views from every room and has a spacious kitchen and living room which open out onto a large outdoor area, perfect for al fresco dining. The expansive private pool is perched at the edge of the cliff for yet more unbeatable views.
|Deluxe Bedroom - Monsoon Lodge||
The Deluxe Room as part of Monsoon Lodge is set around the swimming and hot pool, perfect for an early morning swim. Here you'll find an en suite bathroom complete with Lifestyle Retreats signature bath products. Measuring 50sqm, there's ample room to unwind here.
|Suite - Monsoon Lodge||
Much larger than the Deluxe Room, the Suite at Monsoon Lodge features antique Indonesian furniture combined with modern appliances. Enjoy the private wooden deck area which overlooks the main swimming pool here.
|Beach Front Villa||
The Beach Front Villa is a romantic option for guests wanting some privacy. Designed in traditional Joglo style, the villa is spread over 100sqm and features an outdoor bathroom and direct access to the resort's private beach.
Measuring 1000sqm, The Residence is a private estate featuring two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Each room features private balconies and en suite bathrooms. With magnificent sea views, guests staying at The Residence also benefit from having their own butler service.
Manjangan is a wonderful place for children as there is so much to do from exploring the rock pools on the beach to glass bottom boats, snorkeling and kayaking. Double kayaks are available (so they can be accompanied by an adult) as are children's wetsuits and snorkeling gear. Kids will also love the day time and night time safaris where they can view the wildlife from the roof of one of the resort's jungle trucks. Children's menus are available and babysitting can also be arranged.
Dining options at Menjangan include the Bali Tower restaurant which towers above the treeline, serving delicious Mediterranean and Indonesian cuisine with a view. Built out over the water, the Pantai restaurant at Sengiti Beach specializes in barbecues using delicious fresh, local seafood. The hotel's spa offers fabulous traditional Balinese massage in the spa area or in the privacy of your own room and there is also a library, watersports center and dive school.
Activities you can enjoy while staying at The Manjangan include indulging yourself at the Mangrove Spa, horse riding, diving, snorkeling, trekking, cycling trips, kayaking, fishing and cooking classes
Location & Directions
Barat National Park, Indonesia
The Menjangan is a peaceful retreat located in the heart of the Bali Barat National Park on the stunning north west coast of Bali.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.