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Outdoors enthusiasts with an appetite for creature comforts now have another option for lodgings in north-western Bali.
The Four Seasons' return to the capital following the closure of its original premises in 2014 makes for a strong second act.
Despite covering nearly 10 hectares, the property has but 35 suites and 25 pool villas, offering the most luxurious form of seclusion.
Set behind the wildly popular Potato Head Beach Club, this 58-suite gem is clad inside and out with hand-crafted red bricks.
New dining experiences await on the famed Island of the Gods, enticing visitors to swap seaside shenanigans for a scrumptious sojourn.
The new Legian Signature experience includes everything from a two-night stay at the property to a round of drinks at The Pool Bar.
Indonesia’s capital is a diamond in the rough, with an air of sophistication that belies its unpolished veneer.
The island's first tiki bar has recently opened on the upper floor of Azul Beach Club, a bamboo structure on Legian Beach.
Guests at Four Seasons Resorts Bali can now ride the famous tubes of East Java's G-Land on an easy day trip.