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to meet, to understand Bali

Communal Space

For the first time, the guest will be warmly greeted here, register and welcome drink served. From here you can bird eye the whole Sua Bali, land size about 4000-meter square.

Later Guests can also share and join in this space, sofa, chairs, and tables are available. Exchange some experience with other guests and the staff, a friendly and brotherhood atmosphere supposed to be.

We can also serve breakfast from here. Stove, some chinaware and cutlery are available to set breakfast. This multi-function space can make other guests get to know each other. You may enjoy reading here and Wi-Fi provided to complete your work.

The view from here is magnificent overlooking the valley of side Petanu River. The northern view you may enjoy the bamboo tree, Juwet (The fruit is small reddish purple with a sweet taste, astringent, slightly sour and refreshing) and Dry River. And eastern part jungle with coconuts, pule trees (sacred wood), and other greenery. There is a sacred spring under the pule tree which in the past, people believe, that can cure the mother when she wants to give breastfeeding to the baby.

The fresh and gentle breeze blows now and then. Famous Goa Gajah and Sumampan waterfall are nearby.


Balinese room is overlooking lush garden en suite with bathroom, hot and cold running water, shower, toiletries, and toilet with a bidet. And the Balinese bath style, you may take water from a hollow stone with kind of scoop made from coconut shell with a handle. Freshwater comes from our own spring that available on the ground. Washbasin and mirror are also available.

Philosophy and Vision

Sua Bali is the place to experience the guiding philosophy of Balinese life:

for the individual to achieve balance and harmony between personal interests, the community and the environment.

Unfortunately, many tourist facilities in Bali are set up to accommodate the masses, and while they may offer five-star facilities, they exist outside of “Bali” and are unable to practice this philosophy, much less provide a place in which to experience it. Tourists who stay in these places get a very superficial impression of the island, as much of their time is spent gazing at the landscape from tour buses.

Sua Bali has created a form of tourism that benefits rather than damages Bali. At the same time, Sua Bali provides an opportunity for visitors to understand what makes Balinese culture so unique and precious and helps each guest achieve his or her personal ambition while on the island, whatever that may be. Guests are immersed in Balinese daily life, and so the tourist experience is harmonious for the guest, the hosts and the environment. The experience becomes a philosophy that guests can thane home with them, which is far more priceless than a photograph or tourist trinket.


      I am a young, solo traveler who usually stays in hostels and budget homestays, but when I read up on the opportunity for cultural exchange at Sua Bali, I decided… read more

    Allison B

      We wanted to experience the country and the people, the food and the religions and get to know the real Bali. The owner of Sua Bali North exactly this experience.… read more

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