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Top Tip
The dry winter months bring with them the best surf conditions. With top surfing spot, Uluwatu,in the nearby area, why not head off in search of that perfect break.

Why we like it

  • A luxury resort located in the exclusive region of Nusa Dua Bay
  • Three oceanfront properties set amid a labyrinth of gardens
  • All guests enjoy unlimited access to the facilities of Mulia Resort
  • Experience some of the best swimming in Bali on the private beach
  • Voted the Number One beach resort in the world by Condé Nast Traveller

About The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas

The Mulia Resorts describe themselves as 'indulging, luxurious and beyond' - a statement with which we wholeheartedly agree. Located on the Bukit Peninsula in a secluded section of Nusa Dua's spectacular bay, each property impresses in its own individual way. Depending on what it is you are looking for, there is something here for everyone; foodies will delight at the tantalising selection of cuisine served at Mulia Resort's numerous restaurants, those wanting privacy can take advantage of the Villa's discreet butler service, while The Mulia channels an intimate, exclusive retreat with sculpture-lined pools leading down to the ocean.

Of all three resorts, our favourite is The Mulia with its ocean front infinity pool, luxury suites, outdoor Jacuzzis and private butler service. Quieter and more intimate than the Mulia Resort, here each Earl and Baron Suite displays minimalist decor with beach themed furniture, explosions of colour and large sliding glass doors opening out onto your own private balcony where you can sit back and take in the ocean or garden views.

When it comes to wining and dining, Mulia Resort excels with four restaurants, two bars and one nightclub. The food here is nothing short of amazing. You can sample Chinese delicacies at Table 8, indulge in Edogin's intricate Japanese dishes or enjoy the chilled out vibes of Solei, while you'll be hard-pressed to choose at the buffet style café with its eclectic range of international flavours. After dinner, head to the roof top Sky Bar to finish your day with an ice-cold mojito with the vistas across the Indian Ocean providing the ultimate backdrop.