Many travellers aren’t aware that there are actually three smaller islands located off the coast of Bali that are in fact extensions of this popular holiday destination. Nusa Lembongan is just a 45 minute journey across the Badung Strait by fast boat. It is encompassed by coral reefs brimming with marine life making it a favourite spot for diving and snorkelling.
The full moon on the island of Bali is known as purnama and it is considered an auspicious day to host religious ceremonies and temple festivals. The Balinese believe that the full moon is a propitious time when the Gods descend to earth and bestow their blessing.
Gong Restaurant at Kayumanis Sanur presents a refreshed menu of Balinese cuisine inspired by the island’s rich cultural heritage. Many traditional dishes on the island are served in conjunction with the endless cycle of religious ceremonies that colour all aspects of daily life.
Located in the charming village of Sanur, Kayumanis Sanur has its own beachside activity entitled Sunrise Indulgence.