Bali Beach Glamping Resort

As we move closer to the tail-end of 2020 (everyone’s annus horribilis), let’s meet some of the fearless few who have planned or opened new businesses in these tougher-than-tough times. PT Tampih Griya Wisata, trading as Bali Beach Glamping – a fabulous beachfront resort that hosts its own weddings and offers stylish accommodation under canvas for guests attending weddings at Villa Vedas, and also generally to guests who want an amazing glamping experience.

Bali Beach Glamping (BBG), a fabulous beachfront glamping resort on a hectare of land next to Villa Vedas in Pangkung Tibah. BBG has an infinity pool, beach club, spa and gym, a restaurant offering reasonably priced food, beverages and spa services to its resident guests and to visitors. BBG features 40 luxury air-conditioned tents, sleeping up to 90 guests in total. The beach club feature a 22 meter 180 degree infinity pool overlooking the stunning beachfront, and affordable beers and mixed drinks.The 180 square meter Restaurant Tent offers daily breakfasts and local and international cuisine with a stunning beachfront view. And, not to forget the spa and massages which offers a relaxed atmosphere in a safari style tent.

BBG weddings (BBG Wedding Presentation) is a fabulous beachfront resort 30 km from Ngurah Rai airport that has no curfew (every other wedding venue in Bali, apart from the adjacent Villa Vedas, is subject to a 10pm to midnight curfew), it is very reasonably price for up to 90 guests, including complimentary breakfast, and if a couple books the whole resort, they can use BBG’s restaurant, pool and wedding lawn (representing about 80 metres of absolute beachfront) for their wedding.

There is nothing even remotely comparable to BBG in Bali. BBG is Bali’s premier wedding venue where an overnight stay is contemplated (the wedding chapel “sausage factories” that host several weddings per day will host more weddings than BBG). BBG also plans to offer “Glamping Tours of Bali” together with a selection of other glamping resorts in Bali, pursuant to which guests can stay for a few nights in each resort.

A glamping resort is fast and relatively inexpensive to build, and most importantly, construction of a glamping resort is relatively quiet. Furthermore, interest from guests was enormous, and it rapidly became apparent that BBG was a fabulous wedding venue in its own right, and not just accommodation for Villa Vedas wedding guests, for which it was originally conceived.

2021 is going to be another hard year, with the Australian government suggesting that there will be no meaningful international travel until late 2021 following widespread distribution of a vaccine (50% of Villa Vedas’ guests have traditionally been Australians and New Zealanders), however BBG is seeking to diversify away from the Antipodean market, and is generating huge interest among Indonesian guests in particular.

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