An extremely airy hall opening to tropical gardens and the sunset over the sea, The Bale Agung has very high ceilings supported by giant wooden columns inspired by the ceremonial house in a Balinese ancient villa and decorated with beautiful antiques and artworks. A gigantic 4.5 metre high wooden Garuda statue, carbed from a 120-years-old tree trunk, makes this room a stunning venue for a round or long table reception.
An elegant, late 19th century atmospheric room, commemorating the Balinese Heroes from the "Battle to the Last Man". The room hosts memorabilia of venerable Balinese royal families, some of them dating back to the 19th century and some relating to the Puputan War. In this room, the most famous dining ritual is the authentic Grand Rijisttafel and the Balinese Rajadom.
A 300-years-old Kang Xi period temple that was almost demolished in the 1990s in Java. It was transported and reconstructed in its entirety at Tugu, and it stands as a symbol of harmony between the ancient Peranakan (Indonesian Chinese) and ancient Balinese culture. This temple is housed in a beautiful red room, displaying a spectacular 18th century statue of the Goddess of Mercy and various other priceless artwork. The Bale Sutra is said to have housed the most beautiful dinners in the country.