Resting on around 3600 square metres of land in a magnificent tropical garden, Taman is comprised of a main two-storey house furnished with Indonesian antiques, a contemporary styled two-storey guest wing, a traditional Balinese Wantilan living pavilion, a state-of-the- art gourmet kitchen, an indoor/outdoor dining room, a gym, a pool house, and a 17-metre freeform swimming pool.
The main house is a two-storey pavilion, roofed in alang-alang thatch, comprising two double bedrooms, a wrap-around terrace on the second floor, an open-air living room on ground level and a wine cellar. The architecture and antique furnishings showcase the old Bali style – eclectic, historic and romantic.
The guest wing is situated away from the main house on the opposite side of the swimming pool. This two-storey building is characterized by colonial-inspired modern architecture with an ironwood shingle roof, a colonnaded covered terrace and a wide upper balcony running the length of the building. The rooms are spacious and light with high ceilings, polished tiled floors, contemporary furnishings and a cream and white décor.
Taman Sorga has been featured in numerous architectural magazines and books showcasing 'Contemporary Balinese' luxury lifestyle. It is ideally suited to large families or discerning groups of friends looking for space, grandeur, comfort and privacy with close access to the shops, restaurants and beach.
The dining pavilion is linked to the kitchen via a wooden bridge over a fish pond. It is comprised of two distinct areas offering guests a choice of two very different dining experiences. One is a formal indoor dining room, presented in classic Balinese style, with a hardwood floor, a soaring alang-alang thatched roof and carved Balinese doors. The more casual, alfresco dining verandah is sheltered by a roof and cooled by a fan. The elevated wooden floor is furnished Thai style with cushions and a low antique table for eight, suitable for dining or perhaps for playing cards. There is also an additional circular table with four chairs.
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The village of Sanur is typified by shady lanes, vine-draped coral walls, sedate leafy compounds, majestic trees and a five-kilometre shoreline within a gentle reef-sheltered lagoon. The ambience is mellow, restful and cosmopolitan.
Foreign visitors rub shoulders with the locals, chic fashion shops are bordered by traditional markets, and a plethora of hidden temples can be found squeezed in between art galleries and highly touted restaurants.