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Alila Manggis

In Bali’s rugged East, the steep rise from coast to mountain manifests in some of the island’s most breathtaking scenery. It is against this backdrop that Alila Manggis unfolds, offering a serene seaside retreat situated in the foothills of Mount Agung.

Perfectly Angled

Rooms and suites are each set at 45° to the beach for clear ocean views.

Housed in two-story thatched pavilions inspired by the Wantilan, or village meeting hall, Alila Manggis’s rooms and suites are contemporary interpretations of traditional Balinese architecture. All accommodations face the ocean with clear views across the straits to Nusa Penida.

Straddling Sea and Slope

Alila Manggis serves as a gateway to both East Bali’s marine splendors and spectacular Mount Agung.

Startlingly clear water, beautiful corals, and diverse marine life are among the many reasons East Bali is considered a diver’s heaven. The region is also home to Mount Agung, the island’s highest mountain, and its spectacular terraced hillsides.

Cultural Discovery

Explore some of Bali’s most sacred sites, including the iconic Lempuyang Temple, which is home to the “gates of heaven.”

Marvel over Besakih Temple (Pura Besakih), a vast complex of more than 20 separate temples dramatically set on the slopes of Mount Agung. Just near the resort, the village of Tenganan is renowned for its double-ikat or ”Gringsing” woven cloth.

A Taste of Bali

Dining at Alila Manggis is an immersive experience that celebrates tradition and ceremony.

At Seasalt restaurant, dine on a mix of Indonesian and Western dishes, or savor a Megibung feast, a traditional way of sharing food with friends and family during village festivals and ceremonies in East Bali.

Sustainable Initiatives

For its commitment to environmental sustainability, Alila Manggis earned EarthCheck Gold certification in 2016.

The resort adheres to a Zero-Waste Policy, conducts a coral reef conservation program in partnership with a local diving operation, and trains and employs local villagers through its Greenbank community recycling project.