Nusa Dua dotted with it’s sculptures and infinity pools leading to the Indian Ocean are a real pearl in the far-east.
Surrounded by acres of lush, labyrinthine gardens, where colossal statues tower over infinity pools and ponds, Mulia Resort makes up part of a mammoth beachfront resort in Nusa Dua. Custom-made artworks and sculptures are scattered throughout the property, from the marble floors to the vaulted ceilings, and striking cut-crystal dragons preside over the front desk.
Five restaurants and bars spread across the Mulia Resort. The Café is awash with Italian marble and home to a designated dessert room, complete with hand-crafted cakes and a chocolate fountain. Dishes are served buffet-style, from sashimi to dim sum, pasta to paella, and there’s a fine selection of French cheeses. For active types, yoga and beachfront water aerobics classes are offered on-site, and an impressive series of pools leads down to the ocean.
A great spring getaway.