In Indonesian culture, a joglo is a place where the family comes together. The saying goes that the bigger the joglo, the higher the social standing of the family. The Joglo in Kuta Utara, which once belonged to a Javanese Mayor and was dismantled and brought to Bali from Central Java, is a delightful and spacious spot for friends and family to gather, with plenty on offer to ensure all are relaxed or entertained. From rooftop Berawa Yoga and pilates to a menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes and traditional Indonesian delights, with Made Manis Gelato ice cream to round out any meal, there’s something for everyone, with fresh roasted coffee, cold pressed juices, smoothies and breakfast bowls to boot.