Where is Our Location
tanadewa is strategically located in Mumbul, giving you all the privacy you need to seek tranquillity for your mind, body and soul. Take in breathtaking views of Tanjong Benoa from the resort, and if you are adventurous and love water sports, it is just a 12-minute drive away. You will also be just 8 minutes away from thrilling your taste buds at the stunning stretch of seafood restaurants along Jimbaran Beach. Visit the mesmerising and secluded Nusa Dua Beach to enjoy the white sands and the crystal clear water, again only 8 minutes from your villa. Don’t forget to make a stop at Bali’s foremost tourist destination, the famous Kuta Beach, for its lively waves, downtown shopping and nightlife entertainment.
tanadewa provides a first class shuttle service for all our guests. Our own well-trained chauffeur is available 24/7 to pick up from the airport and extend a warm welcome in the form of gifts - fresh scented towel and a bottle of water – for each guest in the shuttle.
Other than the pick up and drop off service from and to the airport, our guests can choose to enjoy a scheduled shuttle service to take them to must-see destinations.
Men in Dresses on the Run -
Bali Inter-Hash Run to be Held in Bali May 9-12, 2014
(2/23/2014) Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) reports that 2,000 people are expected to participate in the “Wonderful Adventure Indonesia Asia Pacific Hash 2014” organized by the Borobudur Interhash Committee and the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy in May 2014.
Scheduled for May 9-11, 2104, the race through villages and streets in Bali will pass through the regencies and municipality of Denpasar, Badung, Gianyar, Tabanan and Klungkung.
The Ministry’s director of development for special interest tourism, Achairudin told the press that the participants would be running on designated routes and interacting with the local communities.
The event will be headquartered at the Inna Grand Bali Beach in Sanur where a welcoming dinner will be held.
Part of the event will be a the traditional “Red Dress Run” in which participants, both male and female, run wearing outrageous red women’s dresses.
Participants from 30 countries are expected to participate.
The event appears planned to go ahead despite a decision by the Bali Police, advising the organizers of the Bali International Triathlon to postpone their international sporting event scheduled for June 22, 2014 due to the presidential elections.
May 9 - 12, 2014