TA’AKTANA, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Labuan Bajo Introduces The Best Experiences to Discover in the Destination

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Explore TA’AKTANA’s neighbourhood to Discover The Best Experiences in Labuan Bajo

Nestled on the picturesque western coast of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, TA’AKTANA, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Labuan Bajo is scheduled to open at the end of May 2024. The resort seamlessly blends modern elegance with genuine local allure, offering guests an immersive encounter that mirrors the essence of the nearby scenery and is designed for comfort, with Suites, Overwater Sea Villas, Family Villas, and 3-bedroom Mansion boasting state-of-the-art facilities and ultra-luxury amenities. 

Standing out within Marriott International’s portfolio in Indonesia, TA’AKTANA is an opulent sanctuary that embodies the deep link between tribal heritage and contemporary luxury.

It is the perfect base for travelers to explore the vibrant and culturally rich Labuan Bajo through immersive experiences that promise to captivate and rejuvenate while indulging in world-class dining, rejuvenating at the spa, and enjoying the uninterrupted views of the ocean from the resort’s exclusive vantage points.

Labuan Bajo, spanning 13.79km, is home to the indigenous Manggarai people who have a rich history of cultural exchange and maritime traditions.

As the capital of the West Manggarai Regency, one of the eight major administrative divisions of Flores, Labuan Bajo is renowned for its maritime charm and offers an array of unique experiences, including endemic Komodo Dragons, exotic islands, a rich cultural history, fresh seafood specialties, and one of the world’s few pink beaches. It also boasts the best sunset sports. 

Travelers can embark on their journey to Labuan Bajo from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, or Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta. Alternatively, travelers can opt for a scenic voyage aboard the Pelni KM Tilongkabila ship from Benoa port in Denpasar, Bali, to reach the port of Labuan Bajo.

The journey to this idyllic destination promises to be as enchanting as the experience that awaits upon arrival. Here are the top things to do in one of Flores’ most visited towns.

Komodo National Park

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Komodo National Park is accessible from Labuan Bajo port by boat, with a journey time of approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. It encompasses three larger islands: Komodo, Padar, and Rinca. These islands are home to the iconic Komodo dragons and are declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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