ASEAN Green Hotel Award

AlamKulKul Boutique Resort takes great pleasure to announce that it was recently presented with an ASEAN Green Hotel Award. The Resort was one of just ten properties from across the Indonesian archipelago to be honoured with this prestigious award. The ASEAN Green Hotel Award annually acknowledges hotels and resorts that have demonstrated outstanding commitment towards environmental protection.

AlamKulKul has always been consciously aware of its impact on the local environment and has strived to implement sustainable tourism practices wherever possible. We have actively participated in ‘green’ projects including beach clean-ups and worked with the Balinese community to preserve local sites of cultural interest. To date, the Resort has planted more than 20,000 trees around Bali over the past 10 years to counteract the effects of rapid development.

The Resort also follows the Balinese Hindu concept of Tri Hita Karana, which is based on seeking equilibrium in life between God Almighty, man and his immediate environment. While this philosophy is essentially a religious teaching, it can be considered one of the oldest forms of conservation on the island of Bali.


Best Resort & Service Excellent 2011

AlamKulKul Boutique Resort is proud to announce that on the 18th February 2011 the resort received “The Best Resort and High Quality Service 2011”. The award was presented by the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia, Bapak Ir. Jero Wacik. AlamKulKul was one of many starred hotels throughout Indonesia that had the honor to receive this prestigious award.

PATA Grand Award 2010

AlamKulKul PATA GRand Award 2012

Alam KulKul Boutique Resort is delighted to announce that it was chosen by a distinguished panel of international judges as the winner of the PATA Grand Award 2010 for its ongoing commitment to environmental preservation.

This award recognises the achievements of AlamKulKul’s ‘Jantung Hijau’ or ‘Green Heart’ programme, which our own initiative to re-green the island of Bali. In an attempt to counteract the impact of mass development, the resort has planted more than 25,000 trees. Mass plantings take place on a regular basis and it has become a highly anticipated activity for in-house guests.