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HERO Indonesia Hanging Gardens of Bali


In the heart of Bali’s verdant rainforest, the Hanging Gardens of Bali is a fabulous luxury resort clinging to the side of an emerald-green valley. A cable car glides guests between levels.

Comprising a collection of 40 luxurious thatched-roofed villas—and one of the world’s most photographed infinity pools—the Hanging Gardens is one of those resorts where it’s extremely easy to stay within the resort grounds for your entire vacation. Aiding you in sedentary success are the villa’s Balinese-style furniture—particularly the gorgeous carved wood headboards—rainfall shower, connected pagoda, and private infinity pool.

And while it’s not always necessary, it does kindle the anticipation even more brightly if the resort’s restaurant has scooped an award. Such is the case with the Three Elements Restaurant where, encircled by lush panoramas, you’ll be served a vivacious Indonesian-Western fusion menu.

While the feng shui is strong at the Three Elements, the resort can deliver the restaurant’s taste sensations to any number of locations as per your desires: while picnicking by the river, perhaps, or during an afternoon tea surrounded by orchids, coffee trees, and the sounds of the jungle? Or maybe in a boat afloat in your villa’s infinity pool? Ask, and it shall be done.


The setting of the resort has an undeniable wow factor. And then there’s the main infinity pool, a freeform vision with two levels that blends organically into the steep valley topography.  

Pull yourself from the pool, and there’s plenty to do nearby. See the colorful town of Ubud, explore the rainforest on foot or bike, or wander down to the riverside spa for a traditional Balinese treatment and call it a hike.


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