Guests at Four Seasons Resort Bali can now arrive by a river raft

The transfer takes two-hours by the river raft down Bali’s longest river — the Ayung.

Bali, Four seasons resort
Bali, Four seasons resort
Bali, Four seasons resort

Guests at Four Seasons Resort Bali Sayan can now arrive at the property by a river raft.

The check-in option was introduced for guests who were transferring from the property’s sister resort, the beach-front Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay on Bali’s south-west coast.

The transfer which usually takes 90 minutes by road, takes two-hours by the river raft down Bali’s longest river — the Ayung. While the luggage gets transferred directly, guests will be taken on a guided adventure tour.

Talking about this, the resort manager Gianni Costa said, “This new arrival by river offers the opposite view with a slow reveal from under the canopy of trees. It does not feel like a check-in experience, but rather a transition to another world.”

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