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The Golden Age of Indonesia

Majapahit conquered almost all of the Indonesian archipelago in the 14th century.

The Majapahit Empire, considered as one of the greatest kingdoms in Indonesian and South East Asian history. Expanding from Indonesia to the Malayan peninsula, Thai Kingdom, Philipines and other islands in South East Asia until its final glorious days ended in Bali. Majapahit also had a connection with other big empires such as China and India for trading and culture exchange. From that era, Indonesia was influenced by the art, lifestyle, religion and cuisine.

Golden Age of Visual

Behold and feast your sights at the beauty of the Indonesian culture. The expression of authenticity is clearly visualized and articulated in every corner of Manisan. The architecture, the detailed ceilings, and the well-crafted pillars are represented with intricate care and passion.

Golden Age of Touch

The sensation that comes in contact with the skin is distinctive. The shapes of the interior design and decoration are distinctively authentic. Every corner designed immaculately with care and passion makes every touch unforgettable.

Golden Age of Fragrance

Relaxing and refreshing, the breezy rice paddies of Ubud gives a relaxing and refreshing sensation one have been yearning for. The scent of the food cooked and the fragrance of nature will soothe with ease as one slowly drifts away deeper into calmness.

Golden Age of Taste

Authenticity plays an inescapable part of Indonesia’s Golden Age of taste. From the carefully selected ingredients to the way it is served, the taste to the mouth is deliciously craving for yet another bite.

Golden Age of Sound

Hearing is one of the most crucial senses when it comes to establishing a connection with the world. Sound and music can change moods and triggers emotions. The environmental noises of the surrounding in Manisan brings back the Golden Age of Indonesia’s traditional simple living set in an eclectic interior decoration.