US$150 - US$250 PER NIGHT








Genuine eco luxury in a sea of rice fields within walking distance of the Indian Ocean...perfect for those looking for rejuvenation via a wide ranging retreat programme or simply by immersing in nature at its most beautiful.


An eco luxury resort in a quiet part of Bali's beautiful west coast, Floating Leaf is geared towards healthful living and rejuvenation, with an extensive programme of retreats that focus on a whole range of modalities, from yoga to meditation to traditional healing. Enjoy healthy cuisine at its gourmet best, plus insights into local culture. Tailor made expriences are offered such as yoga, massage, arts and craft, photography, surfing and diving​.


Floating Leaf has two room selections, Garden Room & Pool View Room, a mixture of experiences that offer secluded living and views of surrounding rice fields or the ocean. Rooms have both indoor and outdoor bathrooms with rain showers and are eco-friendly and sustainbaly constructed, Blending traditional Balinese style with en suite facilities, private terrace, air conditioning and fan.  There is free unlimited WiFi throughout the property, in-room safe boxes, organic toiletries, baggage and laundry service. 



Floating Leaf provides special interest guided tours and travel for small groups. Guests can enjoy adventure, finding action and excitement in activities across the diverse island terrain including world-class surf, dive and trekking spots. Enjoy a volcano trek with yoga, meditation, and a purification ceremony in a jungle temple. The resort has a healing pool and spa to wind down and relax, as an alternative to enjoying the tranquil beach.


Floating Leaf strives to implement sustainable living without sacrificing luxury. Eco operations include natural fabrics, rainwater harvesting, waste recycling, solar power charging stations, and an organic compost system. The resort itself was built with minimum impact on the local environment, using local materials and building techniques and creating round structures that maximise the use of space while reducing the overall footprint of the building.


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