Despite Bali’s essence being deeply rooted in its rich culture, the prevailing resort archetype in Bali and similar tropical destinations paradoxically prioritizes the secluded enjoyment of hotel guests, often disconnecting them from the local community’s way of life.
Thousand of Water Temples sits harmoniously along the picturesque Canggu shoreline in Bali that seamlessly melds with the natural landscape. Designed to blend with its surroundings, the resort showcases undulating rooftops that not only captivate the eye but also serve as hubs for outdoor activities. Guests can partake in yoga sessions, relish panoramic views, or simply unwind in sun-drenched lounges, all while being embraced by the resort’s innovative design.
At the heart, the Balinese temple takes centre stage, a true symbol of spiritual significance and cultural reverence. The temple’s intricate carvings and ornate details pay homage to Bali’s rich heritage. It stands as a serene focal point amidst the vibrant greenery and the soothing sounds of the sea. The use of natural, locally sourced materials ensures the resort harmonizes with its lush surroundings, while the temple reflects the island’s spiritual essence, inviting guests to connect with Bali’s deeply rooted traditions. This beachside sanctuary transcends the boundaries of a typical resort, offering a serene space where the temple and the natural beauty of the landscape coexist in perfect harmony, providing guests with an enriching and culturally immersive experience.