Experience Your Own Private Forest at RIMBA

I was attending the RIMBA Press Conference last week with one of my colleague, Jessica. We are representing our web www.whatsnewjakarta.com and we are excited to come to InterContinental Hotel Jakarta where the PressCon was held. 

Under the same management of Capella Hotel Group, RIMBA Jimbaran Bali will open in September 2013 with 297 rooms and suites to expand on AYANA’s 368 rooms and villas. The 8 hectare resort is located within AYANA’s 77-hectare grounds overlooking Jimbaran Bay, making it the perfect sanctuary for a relaxing break and a base from which to explore Bali and nearby attractions. 

So it is like entering a national park with an undulating tree-lined entrance and scenic trails. The resort’s elevated hill-side location affords both sunrise and sunset views, looking out over the Uluwatu Hills to the south-east, and to the Indian Ocean fronting AYANA’s 1.3 kilometer coastline to the south-west. 

An emphasis on sustainable design, the furniture is made from recycled packing crates, and a rooftop bar was created using recycled glass bottles. The lobby was built using recycled wood from three old fishing boats and driftwood. 

RIMBA's name is Indonesian for "forest" and the 8ha resort has multi-tiered pools, tree plantations, tropical flowers, organic fruit and vegetable gardens and scenic trails. RIMBA gives every guests the opportunity to plant their own tree there. This place also has It also has a main pool with a swim-up bar and a separate children's pool beside the Kids Club. There are several restaurants, as well as a bakery and cooking school.
The resort also has a day spa, complimentary Wi-Fi and a shuttle bus, which will operate all day to transfer guests to the private white-sand Kubu Beach. RIMBA guests will also enjoy priority access to the popular Rock Bar, located on a cliff 14m above the Indian Ocean.

So, if you want to get a RIMBA experience, come and enjoy your own private forest!

 Last thing i love from this presscon is, I am enjoying my own white wine ;)) 
Ooohh, how I love my job! 

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