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Tropical Hotel Discovery Candidasa Cottages and Villas, nestled on the seashore and surrounded by palm trees and Balinese flowers, will make your stay enjoyable and memorable. The hotel is located on the beach of Candidasa, in a quiet and cozy resort town overviewing the sea and its offshore islands. The hotel has its own restaurant of Indonesian and multinational cuisine, bar, outdoor pool, beach and Ayurvedic SPA. There is free WI-FI in the whole hotel area.

The hotel offers 4 luxury villas and 14 cottages. All hotel rooms are fully furnished with modern furniture and have a private terrace. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the village of Tenganan, which is famous for its traditional Balinese culture and way of life of local residents, as well as a 45-minute drive from the water palace Tirta Gangga. A trip to the international airport Ngurah Rai takes about 1.5 hours.

Guests of the hotel can sunbathe on the private hotel beach or go fishing, snorkeling and diving. The hotel also cooperates with diving centers nearby. The hotel also features SPA where guests can indulge themselves into traditional Balinese and Ayurvedic massages as well as other Ayurvedic treatments. To get acquainted with the local countryside, tourists can rent a bicycle, motorcycle or car. Our excursion desk will help to arrange interesting day trips for holidaymakers.

Villa Room Type

Three or Two Bedroom Villa

  • Consists of: 3 (three) or 2 (two) bedrooms with a living room, 1 downstairs & 2 upstairs
  • Bed type: king-sized (180E200cm), either with 1 twin bedBed type: king-sized (180E200cm), either with 1 twin bed
  • Bathroom: some with a separate shower and a bathtub
  • Size: 130 Sqm (upstairs and downstairs including balcony)
  • View: Sea and garden
  • Max Occupancy: 6 adults + 2 children or + 1 adult with extra bed (charge applied)
Cottage Type

Deluxe Cottage

  • Consists of: 1(one) bedroom with a living room
  • Bed type: king-sized (180E200cm) or twin bed (100x200cm)
  • Bathroom: rain shower
  • Size: 45.5 Sqm
  • View: garden
  • Max Occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child or 3 adults with extra bed (charge applied)
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Destination Candidasa Bali

Find your own way to explore Bali
Tirtagangga Water Palace

Tirtagangga Water PalaceThis water palace which is a series of pools and ponds with fountains and mythical statues was built by the last Raja/King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah around 1948. Tirtagangga's elegant palace was damaged on several occasions, including the 1963 eruption of Mount Agung. It isn't grand, but it's still a place of beauty and reminder of the former power of the Balinese rajahs.
According to the legend, if you dip into the waters of Tirtagangga during a full moon, you can get youth and to be healed of many diseases. In Tirtaganga pools you can really swim.

Deus ex Machina Canggu Bali

Taman Ujung Sukasada (water park)Taman Ujung Sukasada (water park) is a beautiful park with a pond which was used by the Karangasem's King for a day of relaxation or meeting place. It is located in Ujung Countryside about 5 Km from Amlapura town. This park originally had only one pool. At the period of I Gusti Bagus Jelantik governance this pool area was extended and developed by some pools and a luxury building Bale Gili with European style (modern style), also known as the floating palace.
From this elevated vantage point guests can appreciate sweeping views of the ocean, the tranquil beauty of the volcanic Mount Agung and surrounding rice terraces.

Canggu Beach Bali

Puri Agung KarangasemPuri Agung Palace, once served as a royal residence, is located in the town of Amlapura, East Bali. After a triple-gate with Balinese carvings visitors enter the palace courtyard with several buildings there. It is Bale London pavilion, the furniture of which is marked by the emblem of British royal family; Maskerdam (referring to Amsterdam) is the main building of Puri Agung; Kampang pavilion is located at a wonderful pond. Between the pond and pavilion there is Maskerdamom Pemandesan, a place where members of the royal family were cremated. Sometimes one of the pavilions can be closed, but that does not take away the charm of a walk through the landscaped grounds of the palace.

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