About The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah
Hidden among the lush undulating hills of Bali’s culture-rich highlands, this most private of resorts sits among thriving rice fields as far as the eye can see. Just outside the artists’ village of Ubud and the former estate of Hendra Hadiprana, one of Indonesia’s most respected art collectors has been transformed into an intimate retreat with twenty individual villas, each one uniquely featuring original Balinese artworks from his collection.
The rustic chic 12 acre property offers an authentic backdrop to one of Bali’s most dramatic performances, the Kecak dance – performed at the resort’s very own amphitheater. Those seeking serenity and rejuvenation will find both in abundance at The Spa, nestled at one edge of the seemingly endless paddy fields. Experience breathtaking sunrises over Mount Agung – Bali’s highest and holiest mountain – and enjoy a leisurely stroll by the estate’s lotus pond, home to a family of white Dutch and black Australian swans.
Hendra Hadiprana, also a renowned Indonesian architect and interior designer by profession, actually created Tanah Gajah for his own family. Here they celebrated intimate weddings at the Balinese garden pavilion watched over by stone ganeshas, hosted colourful cocktail parties at The Bird Lounge alongside the private aviary, held dinners at The Restaurant facing iconic rice paddies and grander gatherings in the grassy amphitheatre surrounded tropical foliage. This is why The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, with its beautifully landscaped gardens, is an amazing wedding location to have your nature-filled celebration for ten to two hundred of your closest friends and family.
Note: For larger celebrations, it is strongly recommended that you exclusively reserve the whole resort for your event.