Concierge.com's insider take:
If you want to see what Bali was like before the tourists (or, really, anyone) took over, Menjangan Resort is the place, surrounded by the savanna and mangrove forests of the West Bali National Park. Gentle herds of russet-colored mouse deer run free on the grounds, and you might catch a glimpse of the jauntily crested Bali starling (one of the rarest birds in the world) from the restaurant's tree-topping terrace. Standard rooms, which front the swimming pool, as well as the private villas beside a pretty white-sand beach (a rarity on Bali's northern coastline) incorporate the bengkirai wood floors and alang-alang grass roofs of traditional Joglo Javanese architecture. Menjangan also maintains a stable for its collection of Australian horses; guided excursions are available for riders of all levels.—Jamie James
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