AS MORE travelers opt to book solo trips abroad, an enchanting resort, set amid the rice paddies in Bali’s spiritual heart of Ubud, is rolling out a new stay package designed with guests traveling alone in mind. The Art of Solo Serenity” at Tanah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana, is a two-night stay package for one.
The 20-key property spread out over a verdant six hectares of land is offering the choice of a one-bedroom club suite or a one-bedroom club pool villa along with: (1). Complimentary return airport transfer, (2). A 60-minute private yoga or meditation session at Dua Dari, a Residence by Hadiprana, followed by an afternoon tea, (3). A 90-minute signature Tanah Gajah Jade massage (4 hands massage) at The Spa, (4). Half board including two three-course meals at The Tempayan.
“Whether it’s because they have the flexibility to work remotely, or they’re no longer willing to wait for others before taking their dream trip, we’ve had a range of solo travelers seeking a little serenity on the grounds of our resort in recent months,” said Deasy Swandarini, GM of Tanah Gajah.
She explained we’re trying to cater to their needs with our new package. Tanah Gajah was once the holiday home of leading Indonesian designer and art collector, Hendra Hadiprana, and his touch still looms large through the beautiful Balinese style buildings and huge collection of Indonesian art, from colossal mythical sculptures to one-of-a-kind local paintings in suites and villas.
“The package is available from November 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023 and rates start from US$660 nett,” Deasy Swandarini remarked.
Dua Dari, where guests will experience a private tailored wellness session, along with afternoon tea, was also once the personal estate of the Hadiprana family and like Tanah Gajah it has that artistic touch but with a distinctly different backdrop of lush, tropical jungle.
Here guests will enjoy an afternoon tea with Balinese savories and sweet treats like rolled pandan crepe with grated coconut and palm sugar, vegetable spring rolls, and banana fritters; while overlooking the treetops and the resort’s swimming pool.
At Tanah Gajah, they’ll be afforded a view over the rice paddies from their spa suite as they let go of any stress and tension with one of the spa’s most indulgent treatments.
Meals are crafted by seasoned Singaporean chef, Chef Dean, who has been with the hotel for over a decade. The culinary team uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients, most of which commute less than 50 meters from the resort’s abundant organic vegetable garden. [traveltext]