A female surfer riding the waves at Eco Beach in Pererenan, Canggu, with a white and orange surfboard and wearing a stylish black swimsuit.

5 Reasons Canggu & Pererenan are Bali’s Hottest Hospitality Gems [Podcast with Further Hotel]

The breathtaking natural beauty of Canggu and Pererenan has captured the hearts of travelers over time, establishing these places as must-visit destinations on Balis tourism radar. Originally known for their tranquil rice fields and relaxed atmosphere, these areas have evolved into hubs for travelers. 

With its roots in culture and simultaneous embrace of modernity together with Further Hotel, we analyze this area that serves as a captivating storyteller that brings to life the journey of this evolution.

The Growth of Canggu and Pererenan in the Hospitality Industry

Canggu and Pererenan may appear modern at a glance. To truly understand their charm you must take a journey back to their past. Initially, Canggu and Pererenan were landscaped with lush rice fields, swaying palm trees, and the soothing sound of the ocean. They were away from the chaos of city life serving as sanctuaries where time seemed to slow down and nature reigned.

Travelers heard tales of beaches and the promise of experiencing Balinese culture, which led them to slowly discover these regions. With their arrival came a transformation. Recognizing the potential that lay before them, the communities in Canggu and Pererenan began shaping their surroundings not by erasing their past but by blending it with elements.

Surfing culture, which deeply resonates with the essence of Balis beauty, quickly became an attraction. The crystal blue waves of Canggu and Pererenan turned into a playground, for surfers from all over the world whether they were beginners or experienced. The lush green rice terraces, of being overshadowed, became a part of the allure. These expansive fields, often embraced by the setting sun’s glow, offered an escape from exhaustion. Alongside these fields sprouted cafes and eateries that not only served delicious Balinese cuisine but also boasted breathtaking views.

Furthermore, there was a revival happening as well. Modern villas, boutiques, art spaces, and hip cafes started popping up across the area’s landscape. Surprisingly enough, rather than clashing with tradition these new additions seemed to coexist – weaving together a captivating tapestry of old-world charm and contemporary innovation. 

The combination of these elements turned Canggu and Pererenan from retreats into hubs pulsating with life and energy. Nevertheless, throughout this transformation process, they managed to retain their core essence. When we delve into this exploration it becomes clear that the growth of Canggu and Pererenan, in the tourism industry, is not only about their landscapes.

Further Hotel’s Relationship with the Local Community

As Canggu and Pererenan have become increasingly popular, they face a balancing act. The relationship between tourism and tradition is like a dance requiring careful management with foresight, sensitivity, and respect.

In this changing landscape Further Hotel stands out as a model of mindful hospitality. By considering themselves separate from the community catering solely to tourists they actively integrate themselves as valued members of the community by aligning with its way of life.

Then relying on imported resources or services they consciously seek out local artisans, farmers, and service providers. This not only ensures an experience for their guests but also helps circulate the economic benefits of tourism, within the community. When guests dine at the hotel they savor dishes made from produce; when they admire the decor they appreciate the craftsmanship of talented local artisans.

Beyond commerce, Further Hotel has taken steps to immerse itself in the rich cultural fabric of Canggu and Pererenan.

They are not just onlookers, at festivals, ceremonies, or events; they actively take part, contribute, and at times even initiate. 

Digital Age Adaptations and the Rise of Long-term Tourism

Two Smiling Female Tourists Enjoying Outdoor Accommodation at a Hotel in Pererenan, Canggu

The digital era has brought changes to industries and the hospitality sector is no exception. Nowadays travelers don’t rely on word of mouth or travel agents to plan their trips. Instead, they turn to the internet to read reviews, compare options, and make bookings with a few clicks.

Moreover, Further Hotels digital expertise goes beyond having a website. Prospective guests can take tours of the hotel, explore information about the surrounding area, and even receive personalized recommendations based on their preferences.

But it’s not the technology itself that Further Hotel is adapting to; they are also responding to the changing demographics of their guests. Specifically, they are catering to nomads. This new type of traveler requires more than a bed; they need fast internet, designated work areas, opportunities for networking and community building, and sometimes even amenities like printing and conference facilities.

To meet the needs of these jet-setting professionals Further Hotel has customized its offerings accordingly. It’s not about work; Further Hotel recognizes that one of the aspects of the digital nomad lifestyle is community. As a result, they frequently organize networking events, seminars, and mixers in order to foster an atmosphere of diversity and exchange of ideas. In essence, Further Hotel isn’t simply reacting passively to the changes brought about by the age. 

Read more: 7 Strategies to Attract Digital Nomads to Your Hotel in Bali

Promoting Sustainability and Responsible Tourism in Canggu and Pererenan

The concept of travel has significantly changed in today’s world. Travelers are no longer just interested in visiting places; they now prioritize travel that minimizes their impact on the environment and benefits local communities. This increased awareness and demand for practices have pushed the travel and hospitality industry to step up and establishments like Further Hotel are leading this transformation.

At the core of Further Hotels values is a commitment to sustainability, which is evident in both major decisions and day-to-day operations. They have designed their buildings to maximize light reducing the need for lighting and have invested in renewable energy sources to minimize their environmental footprint. Additionally, they seamlessly integrate measures such as collecting rainwater, separating waste, and recycling materials to uphold their dedication to friendly practices.

Sustainability at Further Hotel extends beyond its operations. They not only ensure freshness and authenticity but also support the local economy while minimizing carbon emissions associated with long-distance transportation. Their dedication to sustainability is evident in the food they serve. Further Hotel recognizes that true sustainability goes beyond considerations. This is where their commitment to tourism becomes significant. To facilitate this Further Hotel arranges workshops and interactive sessions where guests can learn about customs, traditions, and even traditional crafts. 

Moreover, by collaborating with guides and businesses for excursions, Further Hotel ensures that the economic benefits of tourism are distributed equitably throughout the community. Whether it’s exploring a protected forest or visiting a temple their focus remains on minimizing disruption while maximizing understanding. By combining practices with the exploration of local culture they are establishing new standards, for ethical hospitality, in today’s world.

5 Best Things to Do in Pererenan Canggu

Enjoy the Surfing Culture

Whether you’re a rider in search of that exhilarating wave or a newbie eager to catch your very first swell there’s something here, for everyone. Along the coastline, you’ll find surf schools catering to all skill levels providing top-notch lessons that guarantee a Canggu adventure.

Explore the Rice Terraces

The lush green rice terraces found in Pererenan serve as a tribute to Bali’s agricultural legacy. As you wander, prepare yourself for views during sunrise or sunset when the sunlight bathes the landscapes in a mesmerizing golden glow.

Enjoy Local Delights

Pererenan among areas in Canggu is becoming well known for its food scene. You’ll find a variety of dining options from Balinese eateries called Warungs to trendy cafes that serve fusion dishes from around the world. Make sure to indulge in the flavors of “Babi Guling” (roasted suckling pig) or “Bebek Betutu” (Balinese duck) specialties that will truly delight your palate.

Explore The Nearby Temples

The famous Tanah Lot Temple is only a short drive away from Pererenan. This Hindu temple, which is perched on a seaside rock formation, provides stunning vistas, particularly at dusk. Take a guided tour to discover the temple’s significance and history, or just admire its gorgeous architecture while taking in the pounding waves and breathtaking coastline surroundings.

Attend A Yoga Retreat

Yoga studios and wellness resorts abound in Pererenan, making it a sanctuary for wellness devotees. Join a yoga session in a peaceful setting, engage in some meditation, or treat yourself to some restorative spa services. Accept the peace and renewal that Pererenan offers for the body, mind, and spirit.

Read more: Ultimate Guide: Hotel Branding in Bali’s Hospitality Industry


A couple walking in the sunset while carrying a surfboard.

The undeniable appeal of Canggu and Pererenan is hard to resist. From the captivating stories of Pererenan’s past to its lively present one thing remains constant; Bali’s heart and soul can be felt in every corner. 

Whether it’s embracing advancements, prioritizing sustainability, or simply offering guests a taste of local life these places ensure that every visitor leaves with cherished memories. So when considering your travel destination let Canggu and Pererenan’s magnetic charm and diverse experiences entice you – your adventure awaits!

Frequently Asked Questions

It is presently believed that Canggu is an 8-kilometer coastline length that includes the well-known locations of Batu Batong Beach, Echo Beach, and Seseh Beach. Surfers from all over the world frequent the area since it is the best surfing spot in the world.

The hub of Canggu is Batu Bolong Road. The majority of the cafés, restaurants, and boutiques are located along this route, which is also the most developed. To go to Batu Bolong Beach, take Batu Bolong Road. There are numerous affordable hostels and villas in this area.

You cannot go wrong with Batu Bolong. In our humble opinion, this is the best area to call home during your stay in Canggu. It’s populated with dozens of incredible restaurants, vibey cafes, shops, yoga studios, clubs, and bars.

That was the discussion about hospitality in the Canggu/Pererenan area with the Further Hotel. Hopefully, the information provided can be useful for all of you who read it, especially for those of you who want to vacation in Bali and have never been to Canggu before. 

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