Welcome to De Moksha Boutique Resort & Restaurant
We provide excellent personalised service within the intimacy of your own eco-friendly luxurious villa, in Tanah Lot, allowing you to discover what it really means to be in Bali. De Moksha Resort is surrounded by traditional Balinese villages, rice fields and forest, offering you an authentic appreciation of Balinese culture, away from the crowds of this iconic holiday destination.
Each of our eight eco-friendly luxurious villas offers a complementary balance between sophisticated contemporary designs, combined with elements of Indonesian craftsmanship, while our unique lush gardens complete the perfect, tranquil environment for your getaway.
A stay at De Moksha Resort provides memorable moments for your body, mind, soul and palette. De Moksha Restaurant offers a range of inspired dishes while our riverside spa and yoga shala encourage you to relax and unwind with affordable and reasonable rate.
Visit the coastal Tanah Lot temple for breathtaking sunsets; tee off to stunning views at Nirwana Golf Course or stroll leisurely along a hidden gem, Kedungu Beach, all within easy reach of De Moksha Resort. Visit neighbouring area Canggu and Seminyak with our De Moksha Resort car where you will find many of Bali's busy touristic dining and shopping spots.
From our eco-friendly luxurious villas, amenities and our team, rest assured that your stay at De Moksha Resort has been thoughtfully tailored to provide the perfect environment for your complete relaxation.
Religion plays a prominent role in Bali, also known as the island of the Gods. You can see this in their daily rituals, and thus our philosophy is based on concepts from the main religion here, which is Hinduism.
Moksha, in the Hindu religion and philosophy means liberation, which is the ultimate goal of human life, to be released from Samsara, the cycle of action, reaction and rebirth. This represents how we conduct ourselves and how we present our resort to our guests.
De Moksha Resort's design elements such as the landscape gardens, use of recycled furniture and the unique leaf shape roof, embrace the relationship between creation, preservation and destruction referencing Trimurti; an iconographic representation of God's role.