MUNDUK MODING PLANTATION NATURE RESORT AND SPA, BALI
The unique, small 4-Munduk Moding Plantantion is literally in the middle of a coffee plantation. Here between the coffee trees, jungle , and local village, they have a handful of villas and rooms of a high standard, all with a breathtaking view over the Northern Bali.
And then home to the resort, not least an exciting restaurant that makes a virtue out of exploring the possibilities in the area’s many fresh ingredients. One has even its own organic garden, from which most fruit and vegetables are harvested fresh from the dish just before use.
The kitchen’s starting point is Indonesian, but to get inspiration from most of Asia and is also not afraid to throw himself out of the merger of kitchen art.
BREATHTAKING RESORT IN BALI’S HIGHLANDS
Use the days of trekking and visit the beautiful village area. Take a bike tour and visit the many fruit and vegetable plantations. And rinse so sweat beads of in the resort’s 18-meter-long infinity pool that beckons with an enchanting panoramic view of Bali’s volcanoes and the Java Sea on the horizon. On a clear day you can see all the way to the Java, which is situated more than 50 km away.
The resort is part of a local ecotourism project, which, among other things. aims to offer Munduks inhabitants work in the tourism industry. Tag, if desired. a talk with some of the employees and hear their story about life in and around Munduk.
Monduk Moding Plantation consists of a collection of well-equipped villas and suites-all large, well-appointed and with breathtaking views to the wonderful nature. But where villas are unique, so is the suites in small buildings. Otherwise, there is not much difference.
The small town of Munduk is one of Bali’s best kept secrets. Here in over 1000 meters altitude, it stores discreetly between the jungle, rice fields, coffee plantations and fruit trees.
The area is in fact one of the greenest on the island, and therefore the supply of fruit and vegetables is greater here than anywhere else in Bali.
The supply of fresh produce is in itself worth the visit, but when you combine it with Munduks enchanting location and laid-back atmosphere, so it’s one of the kinds of experiences you should not cheat themselves, when they are around now.