The Museum of North Sulawesi Province
Lembeh Hills Resort
Nestled in a secluded bay overlooking the Lembeh Strait, the Lembeh Hills Resort brings the sophisticated luxury of a boutique resort to one of Asia ' s most renowned diving venues. Elegant, environmentally responsible architecture, a skilled, enthusiastic staff, and exquisite attention to detail will guarantee a relaxing and romantic experience for divers and non-divers alike.
The 23 spacious villas, which include two deluxe suites, set the standard for luxury in the region.
Ingenious use of natural topology brings the panoramic seascape into every corner of each villa, even the outdoor bathroom, while maintaining the highest degree of privacy.
The teeming waters of the Gulf of Tomini and the agricultural wealth of North Sulawesi provide the ingredients for our chefs to concoct innovative explorations of Asian fusion cuisine as well as the wholesome meals need to satisfy the appetites of active divers and guests.
A camera room and other dedicated facilities cater to the specific requirements of divers, while the horizon swimming pool, luxury spa and fully equipped fitness center gratify the universal desires for pampering and relaxation.
There is also a meeting room and office facilities for work-related gatherings.
The Lembeh Strait is one of the world ' s foremost venues for muck diving, explorations of sea-floor sediment home to exotic, colourful, and often bizarre creatures. The shallow depth and gentle current make the Lembeh Strait ideal for inexperienced divers.
For beginners, individual instruction by PADI-licensed dive masters or instructors will ensure rewarding dives during a short stay. More demanding reef, wreck, and pinnacle diving sites are only a few minutes away.
The resort is also adjacent to Tangkoko National Park, home to the elusive Tarsier, a tiny nocturnal primate resembling a mythic gremlin.
The Lembeh Hills Resort is located on the east coast of North Sulawesi, a 90-minute drive from Sam Ratulangi International Airport in Manado. There are frequent air services from Singapore, Jakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Makassar and Balikpapan.
|Address||:||Desa Makawidey - Lembeh Strait North Sulawesi, Indonesia|
|Phone||:||+62 81 340 545678|
|Fax||:||+62 21 781 6489|