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Plataran Canggu Bali Resort & Spa Reopens

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The newly renovated Plataran Canggu Resort & Spa has reopened with a “Forgotten Bali” concept.

The concept is aimed at reviving those memories of Bali from the eighties where the influx of foreign tourist were lured by the exotic, the uniqueness of Balinese culture, religion and traditions that was once called the morning of the world by Mahatma Gandhi.

Each of the nineteen villas at the resort have been authentically decorated with Balinese crafts.

Guests can enjoy either of two main swimming-pools along with a private gym overlooking the bamboo garden and rice-paddies.

 The rejuvenating Padma Spa offers a wide choice of relaxing treatments including the signature Padma Khayangan Ritual.

The Patio Restaurant adds to the real Balinese experience with its authentic Balinese Cuisine, while the spacious Auora wooden deck is ideal for special occasions such as a wedding or corporate events.

The Plataran fleet of Phinisi vessels has also just completed major engine overhauls and refurbishments. Four Plataran Phinisi Vessels operate from Labuan Bajo/Komodo providing travelers the chance to see Kommodo’s live in Rinca Island, and to go snorkeling at the nearby Komodo Natural Park. Plataran Yacht Indonesia will also be added to the existing Phinisi fleet.

Plataran Canggu Resort & Spa is located at Jalan Pengubugan, Banjar Silayuki, Canggu Bali, just a 15-minute drive from world famous Echo beach and Seminyak area.

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