US$425 - US$500 PER NIGHT


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Adult-oriented luxury resort on Cempedak Island, a 17-hectare private island


Cempedak Island is a luxury resort and a private island all rolled into one. To provide the optimal experience, guests have the choice of doing what they want, when they want. Relax with a massage or take to the seas for some diving, snorkelling or windsurfing! Children under the age of 16 are not permitted at the resort as to maintain a care-free environment for adults to relax and enjoy this tropical paradise. See our resort profile for "Nikoi Island" to view a similar eco-resort by the same owners.


Cempedak Island offers 20 one-bedroom villas scattered along the beaches and hillside of the small island. Each villa comes with a private pool, two private bathrooms, and two stories that include a large lounging area and bar. Away from the private villas, guests can play a game of tennis or enjoy a meal on the beach or at the resort restaurant. Massages and other spa treatments are also available and are held in the privacy of your own villa.


Cempedak offers a number of diving opportunities for certified divers as well as incredible snorkeling for those with less formal training. Guests can also use the resort's kayaks, catamarans, and windsurfing gear to further explore and enjoy the tropical waters. There are also adventures to be had on land whether through trekking, mountain-biking, or bird-watching hikes. 


All of the villas on Cempedak Island were designed with sustainability in mind. The multi-story design allows for a natural ventilation and eliminates the need for energy-consuming air-conditioners. There are very few manmade construction materials on the island as the architects have leaned towards bamboo and other natural products instead of plastics, concrete, or glass. There are solar-powered water heaters, LED lights, and solar panels across the island to reduce energy consumption. The resort also uses almost exclusively local food and labor and has created the Island Foundation to help support and educate local communities.

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