Banyan Tree Launches New Property in Bali, Indonesia | New
Buahan, a Banyan Tree Escape, is slated to open in an unspoiled and off-the-beaten-path part of northern Ubud in September.
Pioneer of a concept “without walls, without doors” throughout the property and in each of its 16 balés (villas), the location is an invitation to a different way of being.
At the heart of the complex is the open plan kitchen and living room, both open spaces for the dining room and living room created to evoke a sense of community.
Here, guests are invited to experience how the resort is reinventing the basics of food and drink through its unique zero-waste farm-to-table concept, local sourcing philosophy, and heritage techniques.
The Botanist Bar focuses on the use of local natural ingredients and herbal infusions in its drinks, while Toja Spa celebrates the wellness traditions of the village of Buahan and its surroundings.
Located in a tranquil enclave surrounded by rice fields and jungle, the unique topography is next to the Ayung River and the waterfall, including stunning views of the Seven Majestic Peaks.
The resort has 16 bales, designed to blend spacious indoor and outdoor living spaces with 180-degree panoramic views and sounds of nature.
Ho Ren Yung, Vice President of Brand, Banyan Tree Group, said, “We have owned this land for over twenty years, and the conceptualization of Banyan Tree Escape began almost five years ago.
“It’s a real labor of love and a proposal for a daring experience that we are delighted to see come true.
“Fireflies in your bedroom at night and morning mists with the sunrise – it’s an unprecedented journey, communicating with nature, alone and with others.”