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Welcome to ZIN Canggu

Our brand new boutique resort, perfectly nestled just meters away from the world famous Canggu beach, is a place of unique and very special experiences. Featuring 6 private pool villas, 6 Junior Suites, 24 Deluxe rooms, restaurant, riverside spa, gym and sunset pool bar – this stunning resort is a blend of traditional concepts, modern smart design and true Balinese hospitality. . All our rooms are furnished with a choice of king or twin size beds, en suite bathrooms, private mini lounge, full air conditioning, mosquito nets, ceiling fans, smart TV, free Wi-Fi, complimentary bar fridge and full amenities.

Private Pool Villas

Private Pool Villas

Luxurious one bedroom Private Pool Villas with large lounge area, private garden, pool and complete amenities.

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Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

Bright, airy rooms of exceptional comfort with lounge area, king size bed, complete amenities and shared infinity pool.

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Deluxe Room

Junior Suite

A touch of the metropical, these sumptously spacious rooms feature a large lounge area, kitchenette, complete amenities, shared pool and private sun balcony.

ZIN Canggu Experience

Nearby Attraction

Nelayan Beach covers 3.5 km of black sand, and is located between Canggu’s Pantai Batu Bolong and Berawa. This local fisherman’s landing offers a bit of seclusion and a nice spot for quiet sunsets. Two small river mouths mark each end of the beach. Several luxury villas offering cosy retreats are just beyond the coconut groves. Note that the waves at Nelayan Beach don’t offer much for surfers – you’re better off paddling out to neighbouring Batu Bolong, which has long rights and lava-rock reefs.

Batu Balong is a great break for beginner to intermediate surfers. There is car parking in front of the beach costing 5000 for a car and 3000 for a bike. Surf rental is located in the carpark and runs daily from 6am to 7pm. Chilled drinks, coconuts and barbequed corn can be bought from one of the many stands lining the beach.

Echo Beach is at the end of Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, the road originally named after the temple there, but which now has more signposts bearing its nickname. There are rows of shacks with surfboards for rent, ding repairs, and a motorcycle parking spot. Sunset dining spots line the paved alley left of the gate. While most open during the day, many come to life a little later with barbecues and unique boat-shaped buffets at sunset.