Plataran Menjangan Resort & Spa

Part of the West Bali National Park, Plataran Menjangan Resort & Spa highly values the importance of conserving the environment.

This is reflected by its choices in architecture and business operations that capture nature’s beauty while making sure it lasts for future generations.

The epitome of utmost privacy and the perfect place to be immersed in nature, each villa at Plataran Menjangan is exclusively located within its own individual compound to provide a sense of privacy.


The villas are made up of a traditional Joglo house, a plunge pool and garden. They are equipped with first-class international standard amenities and offer spacious and luxurious living. The Octagon is the heart of the dining facilities at Plataran Menjangan and covers three levels. The Gazebo Wantilan is a teak gazebo facing Menjangan island and offers fantastic views overlooking the mountains of Java and is suitable for a romantic dinner. A large infinity pool overlooking the sea is equipped with a pool bar offering a selection of beverages.


For adventure seekers, an abundance of water activities is available at your doorstep including cruises to discover West Bali’s crystal blue waters and diverse marine life. The traditionally built Plataran Phinisi Komodo offers the experience of authentic Indonesian life at sea or enjoy cruising on the Plataran Komodo Yacht.

A full day cruise to Menjangan Island is not to be missed. This wonderful island in West Bali is one of Bali’s true gems where you can enjoy snorkelling or simply soak up the sun.

Blessed with beautiful dive conditions, amazing marine life and some of the world’s rarest species, enjoy a diving adventure with a professional diving guide or simply relax aboard one of the Plataran Private Cruises while you enjoy the sunset and take in the surrounding beautiful views.

Discover a whole new world of excitement and kayak through the mangrove maze, be it on your own or with a guide to explore the best of the bay. Explore the jungle on foot and follow trained guides as they share their secrets, discover some of the best views, and encounter wildlife such as the Javanese deer, lizards, monkeys and many other animals that live in the park. The forest is also easy to explore on the bike.