When you enter through the Gate of Hell ‘by mistake,’ you will find yourself in a nirvana of amazing wines from the best wineries in the world along with a wide collection of fine Japanese sake. Inside this ‘hell’ there are two huts with ancient Japanese atmosphere, where guests can enjoy a relaxing wine and sake degustation. The interior of this wine and sake area surrounds the theme of KABUKI, with Japanese lanterns, partitions, old poetry carved on wooden panels and a very heavy and large lion statue carved from one whole rock as well as statues of two other Japanese mythological creatures.
From these three gates you can also continue to the upper floor lounge where a most magical view opens up to 180 degrees of Canggu Beach and the sunset over the Indian Ocean. Here one can sip cocktails and watch the surf all day, in a setting of exotic and cultural Asia facing the beautiful view over the sea.
The Lava Lounge represents a fusion of mystical stories and modern cozy lounge space overlooking the ocean and is one more of Hotel Tugu Bali’s secret corners.
Nestled in the majestic exhibition place of Indonesian history, the lounge celebrates the eternal love between the famous Belgian artist, Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merprès and Ni Polok, the model and muse of his paintings and later, his wife. Various antique pieces tell different stories, preserving the values of Indonesia as a country with rich history, arts, cultures and traditions.
Fridays offer a night of glamour, seduction and smooth pleasures with the suave Jazz sounds in the background, authentic Indonesian bites on your plate and tropical splash of the Lava cocktails – Krakatau, Bromo, Rinjani, Toba and Agung. Enjoy enviable views of the ocean and free rounds of tapas from 7.30pm.
At Tugu Hotels & Restaurants, dining is not just a meal. It is a journey back in time to experience the beauty of Indonesian history.
To experience more of Tugu’s exotic spaces and culinary delights you can also visit the Jakarta restaurants, each with their own specialty focus on different Indonesian cuisine.
Tugu Kunstkring Paleis
Dapur Babah Elite
Lara Djong Grang
Shanghai Blue 1920