Surrounded by paddy fields and scenic mountain views in the North of Bali in a village called Kayuputih, near Munduk, this relaxing getaway features 11 spacious wooden bungalows with a private terrace or balcony overlooking beautiful tropical landscapes and a swimming pool.
Your Host and The Team
“Handpicked with Humanity in Mind – The Sanak story is one of compassion, philanthropy, sustainability and making a difference in the heart of Northern Bali’s mountain valley. We want to stay small but strong, we have big ambitions, a big heart and always a Balinese smile for you.”
Facilities and Highlights
- Infinity pool 14.25x8.25
- Sanak Kitchen makes every meal a celebration through a deep connection with local farmers, handpicked organic vegetables from the garden, fruits & spices from the surrounding mountains as well as freshly caught seafood from the northern coast of Bali. Honestly good Asian and Western home cooking meals to satisfy your soul.
- Surrounded by hectars of ricefields and volcanoes.
- The village is renowned for its coffee and clove plantations. Simple and humble trekking experience through rice fields with your own guide is great way to get some close up interaction with the local villagers.
GENERALTotal number of rooms: 11
Time zone: (GMT+08:00) Singapore
Currency accepted: IDR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, JCB
Electricity voltage: 220V
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CONCIERGEYour concierge is ready to assist you with planning and completing your reservation, contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCESS3 hours drive from airport or Kutu, direction Bedugul, then Munduk.
airport: Ngurah Rai Denpasar Bali International (DPS) - 85 km
CONTACTBanjar Dinas Menagung, Desa Kayuputih, Buleleng, Banjar , Indonesia
The Sanak aims to be a “plastic free” property, uses only glasses bottles, provides every guest with a “green bag” to use during their stay, and educates its staff on how to reduce, reuse and recycle wherever possible. It hires local staff, and sources local produce. Besides hotel training development, it also donates supplies to the local school and sponsors up to five students per year by covering all their school costs/fees. In addition, The Sanak is a member of Pack for a Purpose, an organisation that encourages travellers to save a few kilos of space in their suitcase and bring supplies for nearby schools or medical clinics in need.