Plataran is a homegrown Indonesian hospitality group whose vision is to contribute to Indonesia and Indonesians by showcasing the rich and diverse natural and cultural heritage of this remarkable archipelago.
Plataran Indonesia was founded in 2009 and encompasses various facets of tourism, including hotels, resorts, cruises, spas, restaurants, event venues and nature development areas dotted throughout many heavenly locations all over the Indonesian archipelago.
Plataran resorts are scattered around a series of picturesque and culturally rich destinations throughout the paradise island of Bali.
Plataran Canggu Resort & Spa (pictured first page, main) is an oasis nestled among lush green paddy fields. From the 250-year-old joglo structure at reception to the traditional alang-alang roofed villas with antique carved doorways, Indonesia’s rich architectural heritage provides an exotic setting for life’s finest comforts and experiences. Discover the true essence of Bali in sensual spa rituals, exceptional cuisine, and in the rich tapestry of cultural and spiritual traditions that are central to the rhythm of Balinese life.
A little further north, Plataran Ubud Hotel & Spa (pictured first page, middle) is an enclave of beautifully manicured gardens overlooking rice fields and an ancient temple, complemented by two elegant infinity pools, a luxurious spa and gym, and two restaurants offering gourmet Indonesian and Western cuisine.
At the very north-western tip of Bali, West Bali National Park is 382 hectares of protected natural habitat comprising mangroves, lowland rainforest, savannah and sandy beaches; a haven for wildlife such as kingfishers, monkeys and the endangered Bali starling. Plataran Menjangan (pictured second page, main) is the perfect location for nature lovers and explorers. It is a serene hideaway that exists in harmony with spectacular surroundings where facilities let guests reach out into the world of natural wonders at their doorstep. There’s The Octagon Ocean Club, Plataran Bali starling aviary, Plataran bird observation deck, native plants nursery, animal playground, Plataran ocean observation deck and Plataran private cruise jetty.
Further east in the Indonesian archipelago, the rugged undulating hills of Komodo National Park form a backdrop for Plataran Komodo, (pictured second page, far left) an exquisite destination, where adventures unfold in the realm of dragons. Secluded in a quiet cove on Waecicu Beach, Plataran Komodo is a true tropical paradise. Intimate yet spacious villas seamlessly blend luxurious modern amenities with distinctive Javanese architectural stylings.
Guests can enjoy the best sunset views in Labuan Bajo at Atlantis Beach Club, indulge in a massage on Plataran’s sunsoaked jetty, or dine beneath a romantic canopy of stars. With Komodo National Park at their doorstep, visitors can venture out into one of the world’s most pristine marine environments or climb aboard a private cruise to go island-hopping.
Cradled by the Menoreh Hills, Plataran Borobudur (pictured second page, middle) is steeped in timeless heritage. Ornate villas offer an enchanting hideaway to inspire relaxation, equipped with a king-size bed, bathroom with rain shower and bathtub, outdoor terrace and private plunge pool.
The only hotel in the area with integrated facilities, Plataran Heritage Borobudur (pictured first page, far right) is the perfect choice for leisure and business travellers. Step into the serenity of Padma Spa where treatment rooms embraced by greenery evoke a sense of calm and balance. Dine amid the colonial charm and sophistication of the Patio restaurant where world-class cuisine is accompanied by uninterrupted views of the majestic Borobudur Temple. Get off the beaten track with a range of tailored destination activities combining agriculture, artwork, dance, discovery and culinary treasures.
Perched high in the volcanic mountains of Central Java, Plataran Bromo (pictured first page, far left) sits at the gateway to Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The surrounding foothills are home to communities of Tenggerese tribes, proud custodians of ancient traditions and rituals dating back to the Majapahit empire. Through comforting lodging, authentic local cuisine, traditional ceremonies, natureinspired activities and epic sporting events, Plataran guests can delve deeper in the natural and cultural wonders of the world around them.
Bromo delivers an unforgettable dining experience. Designed in harmony with its countryside locale, each restaurant offers a wide selection of Indonesian and international comfort food made with the freshest locally grown ingredients.
A welcoming enclave, Padma Spa, located on a hillside overlooking the valley below, is a serene and verdant backdrop for relaxation and a wide range of wellness treatments..