A destination in itself, revel in pristine surrounds at this beachfront haven boasting unrivalled facilities, including two landscaped pools with sunken bars and a waterslide, tennis courts, a day spa, yoga classes and a cooking school. Palates will be tempted with an array of delectable, innovative cuisine at seven dining options, including themed dinners, or guests can enjoy room service from the comfort of a luxurious room or suite, some boasting lagoon views and access, complete with custom furnishings and stand-alone tubs.
Why we recommend the Padma Resort
- 5-star luxury resort
- Legian Beachfront location
- Gym, sauna and steam room
- Kids' club
- Onsite spa
Attractions near the Padma Resort
A holiday and health retreat in one
Feel free to take time to restore your health and revitalise your soul at The Padma with the many healthy activities on offer. You can swim laps in one of the resort's pools, take part in some of the organised beach activities or hit the fitness club with a personal trainer.
Afterwards, wind down with a restorative morning yoga class, relax in the sauna and steam room, or treat yourself to a nurturing body treatment at the Padma Spa. Pick up some new skills during your stay and take home a taste of Bali at the Indonesian cooking class, which runs three times each week at the resort.
The allure of Ubud
Hire a car and driver and head off for a fun-filled day trip from Legian to the picturesque inland town of Ubud, surrounded by rice paddies, steep ravines and foothills. One of Bali’s major arts and cultural centres, Ubud has some beautiful temples and architecture, as well as great shopping at the Art Markets and the many art, home wares and fashion boutiques around town.
The Monkey Forest is another popular tourist attraction in Ubud, where you can get up close and personal with a huge number of cheeky monkeys in a nature reserve and Temple complex.