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The Art, Soul and Romance of Indonesia

Tugu Hotels are privately owned and designed collection of luxury art hotels born out of one man’s love and passion for Indonesia’s romantic history. Tugu Hotels’ founder, arguably Indonesia’s biggest collector of fine Indonesian art and cultural antiquities, designed these beautiful museum hotels to house his antiques and to tell the world the romantic stories and legends of ancient kingdoms of Indonesia.

Tugu Hotels & Restaurants in Bali, Lombok, Jakarta and East Java, all stand as ethereal monuments of forgotten art, culture and romance of the thousand-years-old Indonesian archipelago. This fully Indonesian experience is achieved not only through a most unique design amidst majestic landscapes, historic towns and refurbished historic buildings, but also from various cultural experiences that guests can only have in the hotels and restaurants.

HOTEL TUGU BALI

HOTEL TUGU LOMBOK

HOTEL TUGU MALANG

HOTEL TUGU BLITAR

HOTEL TUGU JAKARTA

Tugu Restaurants

TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS
& SUZIE WONG LOUNGE

The legendary building of Bataviasche Kunstkring has been reopened under the name the TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS, and brought back to life by Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group. Without changing the beautiful palatial architecture, Tugu has breathed in new life into the building through majestic interiors, filling it with a vast collection of beautiful artworks, in creating an atmosphere that represents Tugu’s mission: the art, soul and romance of Indonesia.

DAPUR BABAH ELITÉ & TAO BAR

Dapur Babah Élite, the first culinary outing by Indonesia’s acclaimed Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group, is set in a pair of refurbished 1940s shophouses located just off Jakarta’s central Merdeka Square on Jalan Veteran 1. This historic location was once one of old Batavia’s (former official name of Jakarta during the Dutch East Indies period) most fashionable streets, with most of its buildings owned by a rich sheikh from Yemen. The restaurant exudes a floating out-of-the-world kind of romance from every single corner, filled with beautiful artworks.

LARA DJONGGRANG & LA BIHZAD BAR

The Restaurant Lara Djonggrang of the Tugu Group is located strategically in the heart of Menteng area, Central Jakarta. This authentic restaurant is housed in a formal Dutch mansion. Leaving intact all its antique characteristics and ambience. The authentic Indonesian cuisine of LARA DJONGGRANG has been inspired by the royal journeys through the regions during the times of the King Hayam Wurum, who held the reign of the Kingdom of Majapahit at the beginning of the 14th century. Lara Djonggrang’s menu, blended with the mystical, romantic atmosphere, we humbly present to remind the nowadays world, to bring back to life, and to pride ourselves with the unparalleled beauty of ancient Indonesia’s history.

SHANGHAI BLUE 1920

Towards the end of 19th century, a new history began. Among the sailors who harboured in Batavia from Shanghai, is Nko Mo San. He had a son called Chan Mo Sang who then married a woman from Batavia called Siti Zaenab. They started a small humble warong in Sunda Kelapa, known as Shanghai Tea House. Years and years after, when the Shanghai Tea House was finally closed, the beneficiary of this place saved all the building elements and its contents in a warehouse in ‘Kota’ (old town) in Jakarta. Fate brought them to the Tugu Group, where the original warong was reconstructed in Hotel Tugu Malang, and the original antique pieces were brought back to Jakarta to its original city. Hence, Shanghai Blue 1920 is now alive once again, to celebrate the wilder side of Batavia of the early days.

KAWISARI CAFÉ & EATERY

Tugu Kawisari Cafe & Eatery inspired by the lush greeneries and the endless views in the 850 hectares of Tugu Hotels & Restaurants’ Kawisari Plantation in East Java. Set in an ambiance that is light, open, and airy, the menu features contemporarized humble village fares that are driven by centuries-old Javanese culture and love for simple, unpretentious good food.’

TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS
& SUZIE WONG LOUNGE

The legendary building of Bataviasche Kunstkring has been reopened under the name the TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS, and brought back to life by Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group. Without changing the beautiful palatial architecture, Tugu has breathed in new life into the building through majestic interiors, filling it with a vast collection of beautiful artworks, in creating an atmosphere that represents Tugu’s mission: the art, soul and romance of Indonesia.

DAPUR BABAH ELITÉ & TAO BAR

Dapur Babah Élite, the first culinary outing by Indonesia’s acclaimed Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group, is set in a pair of refurbished 1940s shophouses located just off Jakarta’s central Merdeka Square on Jalan Veteran 1. This historic location was once one of old Batavia’s (former official name of Jakarta during the Dutch East Indies period) most fashionable streets, with most of its buildings owned by a rich sheikh from Yemen. The restaurant exudes a floating out-of-the-world kind of romance from every single corner, filled with beautiful artworks.

LARA DJONGGRANG & LA BIHZAD BAR

The Restaurant Lara Djonggrang of the Tugu Group is located strategically in the heart of Menteng area, Central Jakarta. This authentic restaurant is housed in a formal Dutch mansion. Leaving intact all its antique characteristics and ambience. The authentic Indonesian cuisine of LARA DJONGGRANG has been inspired by the royal journeys through the regions during the times of the King Hayam Wurum, who held the reign of the Kingdom of Majapahit at the beginning of the 14th century. Lara Djonggrang’s menu, blended with the mystical, romantic atmosphere, we humbly present to remind the nowadays world, to bring back to life, and to pride ourselves with the unparalleled beauty of ancient Indonesia’s history.

SHANGHAI BLUE 1920

Towards the end of 19th century, a new history began. Among the sailors who harboured in Batavia from Shanghai, is Nko Mo San. He had a son called Chan Mo Sang who then married a woman from Batavia called Siti Zaenab. They started a small humble warong in Sunda Kelapa, known as Shanghai Tea House. Years and years after, when the Shanghai Tea House was finally closed, the beneficiary of this place saved all the building elements and its contents in a warehouse in ‘Kota’ (old town) in Jakarta. Fate brought them to the Tugu Group, where the original warong was reconstructed in Hotel Tugu Malang, and the original antique pieces were brought back to Jakarta to its original city. Hence, Shanghai Blue 1920 is now alive once again, to celebrate the wilder side of Batavia of the early days.

KAWISARI CAFÉ & EATERY

Tugu Kawisari Cafe & Eatery inspired by the lush greeneries and the endless views in the 850 hectares of Tugu Hotels & Restaurants’ Kawisari Plantation in East Java. Set in an ambiance that is light, open, and airy, the menu features contemporarized humble village fares that are driven by centuries-old Javanese culture and love for simple, unpretentious good food.’

JI RESTAURANT BALI

The fusion of the ancient Japanese and Chinese cultures which are reflected not only in the ornate animal carvings of the Chinese temple’s elegant dark wood façade, but also in the restaurant’s branding offers animated glimpses into the past while at the same time spearheading into the future. Ji transports you through time from the mystical ancient Japan & The East thousands of years ago to different exotic era where our chef takes the best of the most traditional Japanese cooking and adding just a touch of worldwide flavors.

IWA RESTAURANT AT HOTEL TUGU BALI

Featuring an extensive menu of authentic  Indonesian cuisine made with passed down recipes done with a contemporary approach, dining in Iwa is ‘A Culinary Journey throughout the Indonesian Archipelago’. With more than 13.000 islands and hundreds of ethnic groups, each of which created hundreds of exotic dishes based on very different vegetation, spices and produce of each locality, it is almost impossible to pinpoint specific characters of Indonesian cuisine. Iwa is in invitation to eat your way through the nation.’

BALE KOKOK PLETOK

One of Lombok’s best restaurant, Kokok Pletok Restaurant serves Asian-tinged fine international cuisine, as well as authentic Indonesian cuisine for which Tugu is renowned for. The restaurant also prides  itself in personalized service in catering whatever it is desired by the guests and is able to follow any dietary restrictions.Guests are able to dine casually as they lounge around the expansive ground or request a more formal, romantic setting.

SAIGONSAN RESTAURANT & ROOFTOP TERRACE

SaigonSan restaurant is an embodiment of the Indochina spirit, including that of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Burma and Cambodia. Attached to the iconic Hotel Tugu Malang, the establishment offers a splendid décor and modern Indochina cuisine that tells a rich history from many centuries. SaigonSan Rooftop Terrace is the ultimate place to live the moment, spending lazy afternoons and romantic evenings where time pauses, people watching on the streets down below, and seeing the crimson dusk slowly being replaced by twinkling lights and the stars.’

MELATI RESTAURANT

The only restaurant in Malang that features a classic, romantic Malang Tempo Doeloe (Nostalgic Times of Malang) atmosphere, Melati Restaurant is famous for its original Indonesian homecooking old recipes, its Chinese Peranakan menu, as well as a vast menu of tender, juicy steaks, ranging from old Dutch Colonial recipes of batter-fried steaks to gourmet French-style grilled steaks. With its complete breakfast bread menu all baked fresh from the oven daily, this restaurant is also a favorite breakfast and brunch spot, the only one of its kind with its serene Javanese atmosphere and lush tropical greens. Melati Restaurant is open 24 hours all day.

THE COLONY RESTAURANT

The hotel’s restaurant serves the best dining in town, ranging from traditional Indonesian, Chinese and European cuisines, and was given awards by the local government for its uncompromised quality. The restaurant has an exotic East Javanese atmosphere from the Dutch colonial era, characterized by giant white-washed pillars, furniture of the similar period, and candles every evening.

TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS
& SUZIE WONG LOUNGE

The legendary building of Bataviasche Kunstkring has been reopened under the name the TUGU KUNSTKRING PALEIS, and brought back to life by Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group. Without changing the beautiful palatial architecture, Tugu has breathed in new life into the building through majestic interiors, filling it with a vast collection of beautiful artworks, in creating an atmosphere that represents Tugu’s mission: the art, soul and romance of Indonesia.

DAPUR BABAH ELITÉ & TAO BAR

Dapur Babah Élite, the first culinary outing by Indonesia’s acclaimed Tugu Hotels & Restaurants Group, is set in a pair of refurbished 1940s shophouses located just off Jakarta’s central Merdeka Square on Jalan Veteran 1. This historic location was once one of old Batavia’s (former official name of Jakarta during the Dutch East Indies period) most fashionable streets, with most of its buildings owned by a rich sheikh from Yemen. The restaurant exudes a floating out-of-the-world kind of romance from every single corner, filled with beautiful artworks.

LARA DJONGGRANG & LA BIHZAD BAR

The Restaurant Lara Djonggrang of the Tugu Group is located strategically in the heart of Menteng area, Central Jakarta. This authentic restaurant is housed in a formal Dutch mansion. Leaving intact all its antique characteristics and ambience. The authentic Indonesian cuisine of LARA DJONGGRANG has been inspired by the royal journeys through the regions during the times of the King Hayam Wurum, who held the reign of the Kingdom of Majapahit at the beginning of the 14th century. Lara Djonggrang’s menu, blended with the mystical, romantic atmosphere, we humbly present to remind the nowadays world, to bring back to life, and to pride ourselves with the unparalleled beauty of ancient Indonesia’s history.

SHANGHAI BLUE 1920

Towards the end of 19th century, a new history began. Among the sailors who harboured in Batavia from Shanghai, is Nko Mo San. He had a son called Chan Mo Sang who then married a woman from Batavia called Siti Zaenab. They started a small humble warong in Sunda Kelapa, known as Shanghai Tea House. Years and years after, when the Shanghai Tea House was finally closed, the beneficiary of this place saved all the building elements and its contents in a warehouse in ‘Kota’ (old town) in Jakarta. Fate brought them to the Tugu Group, where the original warong was reconstructed in Hotel Tugu Malang, and the original antique pieces were brought back to Jakarta to its original city. Hence, Shanghai Blue 1920 is now alive once again, to celebrate the wilder side of Batavia of the early days.

KAWISARI CAFÉ & EATERY

Tugu Kawisari Cafe & Eatery inspired by the lush greeneries and the endless views in the 850 hectares of Tugu Hotels & Restaurants’ Kawisari Plantation in East Java. Set in an ambiance that is light, open, and airy, the menu features contemporarized humble village fares that are driven by centuries-old Javanese culture and love for simple, unpretentious good food.’

JI RESTAURANT BALI

The fusion of the ancient Japanese and Chinese cultures which are reflected not only in the ornate animal carvings of the Chinese temple’s elegant dark wood façade, but also in the restaurant’s branding offers animated glimpses into the past while at the same time spearheading into the future. Ji transports you through time from the mystical ancient Japan & The East thousands of years ago to different exotic era where our chef takes the best of the most traditional Japanese cooking and adding just a touch of worldwide flavors.

IWA RESTAURANT AT HOTEL TUGU BALI

Featuring an extensive menu of authentic  Indonesian cuisine made with passed down recipes done with a contemporary approach, dining in Iwa is ‘A Culinary Journey throughout the Indonesian Archipelago’. With more than 13.000 islands and hundreds of ethnic groups, each of which created hundreds of exotic dishes based on very different vegetation, spices and produce of each locality, it is almost impossible to pinpoint specific characters of Indonesian cuisine. Iwa is in invitation to eat your way through the nation.’

BALE KOKOK PLETOK

One of Lombok’s best restaurant, Kokok Pletok Restaurant serves Asian-tinged fine international cuisine, as well as authentic Indonesian cuisine for which Tugu is renowned for. The restaurant also prides  itself in personalized service in catering whatever it is desired by the guests and is able to follow any dietary restrictions.Guests are able to dine casually as they lounge around the expansive ground or request a more formal, romantic setting.

SAIGONSAN RESTAURANT & ROOFTOP TERRACE

SaigonSan restaurant is an embodiment of the Indochina spirit, including that of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Burma and Cambodia. Attached to the iconic Hotel Tugu Malang, the establishment offers a splendid décor and modern Indochina cuisine that tells a rich history from many centuries. SaigonSan Rooftop Terrace is the ultimate place to live the moment, spending lazy afternoons and romantic evenings where time pauses, people watching on the streets down below, and seeing the crimson dusk slowly being replaced by twinkling lights and the stars.’

MELATI RESTAURANT

The only restaurant in Malang that features a classic, romantic Malang Tempo Doeloe (Nostalgic Times of Malang) atmosphere, Melati Restaurant is famous for its original Indonesian homecooking old recipes, its Chinese Peranakan menu, as well as a vast menu of tender, juicy steaks, ranging from old Dutch Colonial recipes of batter-fried steaks to gourmet French-style grilled steaks. With its complete breakfast bread menu all baked fresh from the oven daily, this restaurant is also a favorite breakfast and brunch spot, the only one of its kind with its serene Javanese atmosphere and lush tropical greens. Melati Restaurant is open 24 hours all day.

THE COLONY RESTAURANT

The hotel’s restaurant serves the best dining in town, ranging from traditional Indonesian, Chinese and European cuisines, and was given awards by the local government for its uncompromised quality. The restaurant has an exotic East Javanese atmosphere from the Dutch colonial era, characterized by giant white-washed pillars, furniture of the similar period, and candles every evening.

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