In the spirit of tradition, flowers are offered to the gods each morning. As evening descends, the sacred sounds of a 'gamelan' (an Indonesian orchestra) resonate around the property to bring you serenity. The pristine waters that run through HOSHINOYA come from 'subaks' (traditional irrigation channels) that shape the design of the resort and sustain the surrounding rice fields.
The cold pools of HOSHINOYA connect all the villas. The canal-like pools gently move around the resort, offering a peaceful soundtrack to your stay. You hear the gentle trickling when you open your eyes in the morning and close them at night. Not only do the pools wash away the stress of everyday life, but they also create a space to meditate and socialise.
Bali is home to ancient palaces and water temples that create an atmosphere of elegant majesty. Their designs are rooted in Balinese Hinduism, a spiritual philosophy that emphasises a balance between the human and the natural - even the supernatural. It's this balance that defines the wondrous delights of HOSHINOYA, a resort village nestled in the Balinese jungle.
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