Hotel Tugu Bali
Hotel Tugu Bali recounts the most romantic tales, folklores, and legends of Indonesia – one room at a time. Each room is individually created by the owner, displaying his immaculate attention to detail reconstructed to provide a perfect marriage of colour, texture and atmosphere.
The design, stunning and dramatic, is blended together with a vast, eclectic collection of antiques from all over Asia, capturing a vibrant spirit and a passion for the art, soul and romance of Indonesia.
Dine in a temple (Japanese) – JI at the Bale Sutra, Hotel Tugu And not just any old temple out there! Hotel Tugu’s latest addition, JI at the Bale Sutra, is situated within an original Kang Xi period temple from 1706. It was relocated from Java, and then rebuilt entirely on Hotel Tugu’s premises. How cool is that! The temple is probably also one of the biggest “antiques” that Hotel Tugu owns, and you get to dine in it. Contrary to what you’re probably thinking now, no, this restaurant doesn’t serve Chinese food.
What it does serve is an interesting selection of fusion Japanese cuisine, pairing traditional Japanese food with influences from Peru, China, Korea and other Western countries. Just as how the food here marries cultures, the restaurant’s setting brings Japanese and Chinese culture together as well. Throughout the space, you’ll find ancient artefacts from Chinese dynasties long gone, while the bar area has a heavy Kabuki theme, with Japanese lanterns and large lion statues.