The Secret Garden Bungalows, Bali: Yoga. Dive. Relax. Repeat

The Secret Garden Bungalows, Bali: Yoga. Dive. Relax. Repeat
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Unlike South Bali where the beachfront is always packed with tourists, Nusa Lembongan is an island located southeast of Bali that has everything you’ve been dreaming about a perfect getaway island. Well-known for diving, world class surfing, quiet beaches and laid back atmosphere, all you need for a perfect vacation would be an accommodation with good value for money, good view, great location, superb facilities and amazing service. The Secret Garden Bungalows comprises these factors that can promise you a good time in Nusa Lembongan.

A small piece of paradise just 45 minutes boat ride from Bali

Weloome to The Secret Garden Bungalows
Source: Gyscha Rendy

It’s very easy and convenient to get to Nusa Lembongan. Only 15 minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport, you can find Perama Tour office in Legian street to book your ticket (16 USD/one way) for boat departures daily at 10.30 AM from Sanur. Located conveniently at Jungutbatu village, The Secret Garden Bungalows is the perfect hideaway hotel with great value budget accommodation amidst a beautiful tropical garden.

Their nine fan-cooled rooms are clean and spacious and have unique semi-outdoor private bathrooms. Both double and twin rooms are available and each has its own veranda complete with coffee table, chairs and a hammock. The standard room rates start from 20 USD/night while the recently launched deluxe bamboo villas cost only 35 USD/night! Please note that The Secret Garden Bungalows and most of the local restaurants only accept cash payments in the local currency. It is advisable to bring enough cash with you as there’s no ATM or bank in Nusa Lembongan.

Yoga. Dive. Relax. Repeat.

The Secret Garden Bungalows is the perfect hideaway hotel in Nusa Lembongan

The Secret Garden Bungalows know best how to spoil the guests and keep them active even on holidays. Join their excursion trip like fancy swimming with Manta Rays, hiking, snorkeling and a visit to the Mangroves. Whether you’re a professional or have always wanted to learn diving, dare yourself to sign up and explore the beauty of underwater world at a very reasonable price at Big Fish Diving located within The Secret Garden Bungalows. Big Fish Diving offers a wide range of PADI & SSI scuba diving courses to suit all abilities. The half day introductory dive program includes theory, pool and one ocean dive at 65 USD.

The Secret Garden Bungalows also offers daily yoga classes with Yoga Shack Lembongan for 8 USD/class. No matter if you’re new or have done some yoga before, you can always join the class or take part in their retreat program and yoga workshops at Yoga Shack, also located within the beautiful Secret Garden Bungalows.

Don’t feel like doing anything? That’s totally fine. Enjoy your lazy time by the pool or spend the whole afternoon at Mushroom Beach and Dream Beach. Mushroom Beach is a 30 minute walk from the resort, while the Dream Beach is much further, requiring transport. You can either hire a moped (motorbike), mountain bike, or leave it to the Secret Garden Bungalows to arrange transportation for you.

Explore Nusa Ceningan

Breakfast with view

You can also rent a motorbike from The Secret Garden Bungalows for 6 USD/day to visit the neighboring island, Nusa Ceningan, via a scenic suspension bridge. Make sure to visit some of Bali hidden gems like Blue Lagoon, Tamarind Beach, Dream beach and Sandy Bay.

The Secret Garden Bungalows: Not your ordinary budget hotel

Forget about Seminyak, Kuta and Sanur and other touristy places in Bali. Nusa Lembongan, just an hour away from Sanur, could be your new home away from home! The Secret Garden Bungalows is a hidden gem, unlike your ordinary budget hotels. With great amenities like dive and yoga classes, swimming pool, excursion tour, wonderful service and accommodation costs at only 20 USD/night for standard rooms; you will love every single moment you spend in paradise.

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