Suarga Padang Padang - Bali

From NZ$1,562

for 7 nights


Couples or Honeymooners
Group - Land Based
Solo Travellers
Surf and Yoga

Intermediate Waves
Family Surf Holidays

Surf Skill

Intermediate - Pro

Star Rating

Luxury Surf Trip

Price Range

NZ$223 - NZ$291 per night


March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October


Located along Bali’s evocative southern peninsula, in the heart of Indonesia’s premier surf breaks, Suarga Padang Padang inspires the imagination and engages the senses. Thoughtfully designed to blend modern luxury with a minimal impact on the environment, the sustainable boutique resort features 36 rooms, pavilions and villas. A masterpiece of true Balinese architectural craftsmanship stands quietly in the centre of the resort, inviting guests to relax in the lounge bar and dine in the restaurant, whilst enjoying panoramic 220-metre cliff frontage ocean views. Fuelled by Bali’s rich heritage, Suarga Padang Padang allures guests to experience an authentic cultural legacy.
Quick Facts
    • World-class surf destination
    • Left hand reef break
    • Family Friendly Resort
    • Spa
    • Luxury villas
    • Pool overlooking the waves
    • Padang Padang, Uluwatu, Bingin, Balangan and many other world-class spots nearby
    • 220-metre cliff frontage ocean views

Graciously perched along Bali’s fabled Bukit Peninsula, Suarga Padang Padang embodies the island’s captivating beauty and rich culture. A distinctive cliff side location showcases stunning views of white sand beaches and legendary surf breaks. Conveniently accessible, yet deliciously secluded, Suarga Padang Padang is only 20 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Suarga Padang Padang infuses gracious hospitality and indigenous design with social environmental awareness.


Thoughtfully conceptualized to blend modern luxury with a minimal impact on the environment, the resort offers 36 evocative rooms, pavilions and villas. A masterpiece of true Balinese architectural craftsmanship stands quietly in the centre of the resort, alluring guests to relax in the lounge bar and dine in the restaurant, whilst enjoying panoramic 220-metre cliff frontage ocean views.   


Villa Jurang speaks for itself, tempting guests to nurture meaningful experiences within two uplifting rooms and an enchanting private pool. Timeless moments of togetherness are complemented with engaging vistas across azure seas. Master villa ‘Bajau’ is inspired by Southeast Asia’s sea nomads, and stands majestically at the edge of a cliff, enticing guests with breathtaking sunsets.  


Consciously adopting a low-footprint building concept, Suarga Padang Padang is partially built on stilts to promote natural airflow and to protect the natural flora and fauna. As a registered applicant of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the resort is predominantly built using recuperated wood, other FSC-certified materials, and bamboo. Renewable energy, in combination with low energy consumption technology, is applied to the lighting, air conditioning and all technological equipment.  


Suarga PadangPadang invites today’s ‘Rough Luxury Travellers’ to discover a new perspective in luxury travel, an interactive cultural journey that celebrates a conscious choice to support social-environmental awareness



Named after the largest species of bamboo, the Muso Pentrooms are all about comfort and camaraderie while maintaining affordability. The main bedroom accommodates two people and the mezzanine extends the room’s capacity by an additional one or two children. These rooms are ideal for families or friends traveling together. Muso Pentrooms feature a large circular open-air bathroom, with shower and double sinks, whilst the terrace and garden provide a comfortable private outdoor space that extends beyond the bedroom.


The Ulin Pavilions exhibit the very essence of Suarga Padang Padang’s concept. Wooden floors and walls, built using regenerated ironwood from the old pontoons and ingenious decks of Borneo, give a natural, yet contemporary look with a rustic edge. Wooden sliding doors open up the room, and the terraces become an extension of the private space. Wide teak wood shutters allow the sea breeze to flow through the rooms. Comfortable lounge chairs create a cozy sitting corner, perfect to enjoy a cup of tea, a good book or simply gaze at the stunning seascape.Each pavilion features an indulgent bathroom, with a separate toilet, shower area, and double vanity copper-lined sink carved from solid repurposed merbau bridge rafters. Natural stone from the island of Sumba form the walls of the bathroom.All eleven Ulin Pavilions are 84 square meters in size and feature king size beds with air-conditioned bed system replacing the traditional air conditioning system. All pavilions feature wooden flooring and walls, with double-layered roofs. Traditional alang alang grass roofing protects the outside, whilst hand-woven Ajiro Rattan adorns interior ceilings, highlighting indigenous craftsmanship from local weavers in the Kapuas region of Borneo. 


Taken from the Indonesian word meaning  “cliff”, the Jurang Villas are perched on the cliffside overlooking the Indian Ocean. The villa entrance is designed to resemble that of a traditional Balinese house, with ornately carved teak wood double doors and a wooden deck that leads to a large open gazebo. Underneath the gazebo is a sunken dining area and comfortable open-air lounge with daybeds and plush cushions. Enjoy a leisurely swim in the private swimming pool or relax under the canopy, as low alang alang roofs shade from the sun.
The main pavilion houses the first bedroom with ensuite bathroom. The floorings and walls are built from teak wood, which was dismantled from the ceilings of an old Bank Indonesia building, located in the city of Samarinda in Borneo. In the bathroom, natural Sumba stone, wooden cladding and Javanese polished custom-made cement tiles known as “tegel Belanda” give a natural, yet rustic look with a Colonial edge. The sink is carved from a solid piece of repurposed merbau bridge rafters in Borneo and lined with copper. Wooden sliding doors open up the room to the terraces, which overlook the pool, rooftop gardens and the ocean.Step down the stairs leading to the second suite, walk through a curved pathway amidst a garden and enter an exquisite sanctuary. Secluded and luxurious, this suite is a place to dream and thoughtfully designed to awaken the senses and inspire romance. The suite’s natural flow is simply alluring, drawing guests from its entrance to the indulgent terrace, which promises infinite views that extends beyond the sea. Natural Sumba stone and repurposed ironwood that line the walls provide an artistic contrast, whilst neutral beiges and soft browns are chosen to give the room a feminine and delicate touch. Hand-woven Ajiro rattan from local weavers in the Kapuas region of Borneo form the ceilings and floors are built from painted ceramics.


The two Wantilan Villas are connected to each other via a wooden bridge. Designed to provide versatility and privacy, each Wantilan Villa may be reserved together as a unit, comprising three suites, or as individual suites.

Forming the posts of each villa is solid, eight-metre-high ironwood, cut from repurposed supporting beams and rafters of a traditional bridge in Borneo, which were originally forty metres in length. Main doors are crafted from solid repurposed teak wood, while an artful decorative texture, produced from teak tree bark residual material, adds a rustic touch.  Floorings are rasamala, a rare type of hardwood recuperated from old factories and Colonial-built houses in Surabaya, East Java and Bandung in West Java. Meranti batu wood, dismantled from office floorings of an old Pertamina factory building in East Java, form the exterior walls of the villas. The soft whitewash on the recycled ironwood that form the villas’ interior walls gives a welcoming contrast to the naturally dark wood.

Each suite is equipped with an air-conditioned bed system, whist the bathroom features a separate toilet, shower and double vanity copper-lined sinks carved from solid repurposed merbau beams. Each suite is 87 square metres, and when reserved together as a unit, each Wantilan Villa provides a total living space of 260 square metres. A 120-square-metre Wantilan Pool is located in front of the two villas.


The two Deluxe Ocean Suites are situated on the second floor of the buildings and feature an airy bedroom and a terrace with panoramic views of the ocean. 


Located on the ground floor, the four Ocean Suites enjoy ocean views and feature a spacious bedroom. Low-overhang bamboo roofs protect the villas from direct sunlight and naturally cool the suites while allowing for the views to be fully savoured. An inviting daybed provides the perfect spot to enjoy a restful nap, gaze at the seascape or simply delight in repose.

Inspired by Indonesia’s last nomadic sea gypsies, Bajau Villa is carved into natural contours and nestled into the protected cliffside on the sea frontage of the Bukit limestone. Simply breath-taking, Bajau Villa defines the quintessential Bali family home and offers spanning views of four world-renowned surf breaks including Padang Padang, Impossibles, Bingin and Dreamland.

Bajau Villa comprises two separate two-storey buildings. Upon entering the villa, guests are greeted with an enchanting oval open-air gazebo with a formal dining and living area. An ornate chandelier hangs from the centre of the ceiling and wide planks of quarter-sawn teak wood, dismantled from a Colonial Dutch hospital ceiling in East Java, are used as flooring. Contemporary marquetry and smart cabinetry form the railings of the formal dining space. Wide sofas with plush cushions create a comfortable sitting area, while a low roof overhang protects the buildings from direct sunlight and frames the stunning seascape.

Bajau Villa offers a total of four bedrooms: three indoor double bedrooms and room-of-a-poet, a see-through standalone pavilion cleverly constructed with netting.  Room-of-a-poet with twin beds offers pool views that extend to the ocean. Artistic natural stone flooring, hand-woven rattan ceilings sourced from master weavers on Borneo, and wooden walls create a distinct personal space. Natural circulation is encouraged by usage of wide wooden shutters made from repurposed kubu wood from Sulawesi. Affectionately decorated and personalised with an ingenious touch, each room is adorned with unique pieces that gives it a rich feel and deep character.

Surf & Other Activities

Suarga  is perfectly located overlooking the world class waves of Padang Padang as well the line up of Impossibles.

With easy access to the beach its a short walk and paddle out to 3 waves.


  • Padang Padang - a world class left barrel requiring larger swells to start lining up on the reef for an intense tube. Experienced surfers only as this wave attracts the best surfers from Bali and around the world
  • Padang Inside Rights - A user friendly right hand reef that is a great option for improving surfers. Tucked inside the reef the right is a reform that peels for less confident surfers
  • Imposssibles - A long reef with a series of lefts that offer fast walls and barrels with occasional shut downs. best in medium to larger south swells, the lineup naturally sorts out crowds and can be a good option to find some space

The Bukit Peninsula also offers a huge range of world class waves nearby. A short ride offers access to Temples, Uluwatu and Bingin 



Room type
Travel dates
7 nights Muso Pentroom (Double share) Package NZ$1,562 Per person 24 Oct-22 Dec, 09 Jan-01 Apr
7 nights Muso Pentroom (Double share) Package NZ$1,621 Per person 01 Apr-01 Jul, 01 Sep-24 Oct
7 nights Muso Pentroom (Double share) Package NZ$1,739 Per person 01 Jul-01 Sep, 22 Dec-09 Jan
7 nights Ulin Pavilion Garden View (Double share) Suite NZ$1,830 Per person 24 Oct-22 Dec, 09 Jan-01 Apr
7 nights Ulin Pavilion Garden View (Double share) Suite NZ$1,869 Per person 01 Apr-01 Jul, 01 Sep-24 Oct
7 nights Ulin Pavilion Garden View (Double share) Suite NZ$2,039 Per person 01 Jul-01 Sep, 22 Dec-09 Jan
  • Prices above are per person prices based on twin or double share, and are subject to foreign exchange fluctuations until paid in full. Price is valid for travel in Low Season.
  • These are only example packages. Please contact us for tailored packages.
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Inclusions :

  • Choices of daily breakfast for two per bedroom in the restaurant
  •  Welcome drink upon arrival
  •  Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the public areas
  •  Complimentary access to Main pools
  •  Inclusive of 11% Government Tax and 10% Service Charge. 

Disclaimer - This surf trip is an independent surf operator and is not part of or in partnership with The Perfect Wave Travel Co. The Perfect Wave acts as an agent only. We sell various travel related products on behalf of numerous transport, accommodation and other service providers, such as airlines, land based accommodation and boat charter operators. The Perfect Waves obligation is to make travel bookings on your behalf and to arrange relevant contracts between you and travel service providers. The Perfect Wave has no responsibility for these services nor do we make or give any warranty of representation regarding their standards. All bookings are made subject to the terms and conditions and limitations of liability imposed by these service providers.

Other Surf Experiences

Colette (July 2017)

This place is beautiful and sustainable. Highly recommend this hotel. It is quite big, but it feels very private and still maintains a boutique vibe. Great views over surf spots Padang Padang and the impossibles, so you can sit by the pool and watch the surf. We were given an unexpected complementary upgrade to one of the villas. We will be back again!!

Brett (August 2017)

I cannot fault it at 4 stars. Will return, loved it. Martin's (chef's) selection dinner was to die for. This is easily the best hotel on the Bukit Peninsula. The view of Padang Padang, Impossibles down to Bingin is just amazing.