Bali is the morning of the world – Tejaprana Resort & Spa

Bali is the morning of the world. So once proclaimed Jawaharlal Nehru, the late, great prime minster of India, upon first witnessing the beauty of a Balinese sunrise.

Tejaprana Resort & Spa is a place where one can witness this beauty in all its glory. Nestled in the lush rain forest of the Petanu river valley, all its villas face east allowing guests to start their day basking in the warmth of the morning sun as it breaks the valley treetop.

Tejaprana comprises 14 Valley View villas at the very edge of the resort directly overlooking the river valley beneath and affording guests the most privacy, 12 Terrace View villas and 2 Two-bedroom villas with a spacious living cum dining room for families that need more space.

Each villa is complemented with a gazebo, an infinity plunge pool and an outdoor natural stone bathtub (except the two-bedroom villas) bringing you closer to the Balinese landscape embracing the resort. The villa interior is purposely kept elegantly simple so it will not to distract you from the outdoor scenery.

Tejaprana Resort & Spa is located a mere 4 kilometers from the lively cultural center of Ubud and on the main road to the iconic terraced rice fields of Tegallalang. Yet it is worlds away once you’re there – an oasis of peace and tranquility.

The resort is designed to slowly reveal itself. As you enter the driveway, the first and only thing you’ll notice is the tip of the roof of the restaurant with its intriguing UFO-like skylight. Further along, one starts to get glimpses of the resort through the grid windows of its lounge. Arriving at the lobby, you are lead through a corridor providing a framed view of the valley at its far end. Only once you’ve reached the end of this corridor are you presented with a breathtaking 180-degree view of Tejaprana Resort & Spa and the embracing natural scenery of the river valley.

Walking along the corridor you are introduced to the various facilities of the resort. In Oja Lounge one can enjoy a drink, read a good book and, maybe, play a board game or two in a pleasant air-conditioned environment.It’s multi-paneled windowswas inspired by the Composition paintings of Piet Mondrian.

The Mandala and Kalpataru tree of life are the inspiration for Aruna Restaurant is an awe inspiring, intricate two-storey all-bamboo structure providing diners with a panoramic view of its surroundings. The menu offers a selection of tasty local and international favorites and an array of hot and cold beverages to quench your thirst. An afternoon in Aruna with a cool drink and the rustle of leaves in the gentle breeze is the perfect recipe to relax and forget time.

Behind the restaurant is the resort’s main swimming pool. Irregularly shaped around existing trees, it is nonetheless large enough for those who wish to do laps. The adjacent pool deck is where guests can lounge and soak the warmth of the sun the entire day.

Furthest down the resort premises is Chatraka Spa named after the colorful, yet elusiveKingfisher. Indulge and pamper yourself to a relaxing massage or soothing body treatment. Each of its 3 treatment rooms offer a perfectly framed view of the tranquil natural scenery. Wind down to the sight of gently swaying trees and the sound of the flowing river beneath and leave the rest in the hands of our expert therapists – literally.

Tejaprana Resort & Spa is designed by award winning firm Arte Archit

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