Bidadari Island Resort & Villas
Labuan Bajo – West Flores
Bidadari ( Angel Island ) Island Resort and Eco
Bidadari Island Resort has been created to give discerning guests a beautiful, peaceful place to lay their heads after a wonderful day in Komodo National Park.
Bidadari Island resort is a small island to the West of Labuanbajo, Flores, which is in the Lesser Sundas province, East of Bali
The name Indonesia has its roots in two Greek words: “Indos” meaning Indian and “Nesos” which means islands. It is an appropriate description of the archipelago as there are estimated to be a total of 17,508 islands, of which only about 6,000 are inhabited, stretching for 5,150 km between the Australian and Asian continental mainland’s and dividing the Pacific and Indian Oceans at the Equator. Five main islands and 30 smaller archipelagoes are home to the majority of the population.
The main islands are Sumatra (473,6O6 sq.km), Kalimantan 1539,400 sq.km), Sulawesi l 189,216 sq. km), Irian Jaya (421,981 sq. km), and last but not least Java (132,187 sq.km), home to 70 percent of the country’s population. Indonesia shares Irian Jaya with Papua New Guinea and two thirds of the island of Kalimantan with Malaysia and Borneo.
The islands and people of Indonesia constitute the fourth most populated nation in the world. As a democratic republic, Indonesia is divided into 32 provinces, special territories and classified geographically into four groups.
First are the Greater Sundas, made up of the larger islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan and Sulawesi.
Second are the Lesser Sundas, consisting of smaller islands from Bali eastward to Timor.
Third is Maluku which includes all the islands between Irian Jaya and Sulawesi.
The fourth and final group is lrian Jaya in the extreme eastern part of the country
Our villas are spacious and set in a garden of endemic trees and hibiscus flowers, all within 1 minute walk from the ocean.
Each villa has remotely controlled Air conditioning for your comfort, King size beds or twin 120cm beds.
There is a mini bar with snacks and drinks, personal mini safe for your valuables, Water dispenser with hot and cold water for Free Tea/coffee anytime.
The Garden Bathroom
Your bathroom has a Hot and cold rain shower and a cold water shower Urn in the garden, twin sinks with hot/cold water.
Each room has a private terrace with sun-loungers and coffee table
- Our Garden restaurant is set with a view of the ocean, with tables at the edge of the beach, so you are able to dine under the stars and moon and hear the waves gently lapping, or you can dine in our traditional wooden pavilions set intimately for two or our larger pavilion for up to 8, also placed at the beach.
- Our Menu has a variety of wholesome Indonesian, European and Vegetarian dishes.
- We serve delicious fresh fruit juices and have a small selection of wines and spirits.
- We do serve fresh line caught fish, but sorry due to the destructive fishing practices used catching shell fish, octopus, Squid and cuttlefish, these are not served in our restaurant.
Bidadari Island Resort is Private island with 10 AC/hot water cottages, breakfast, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, mini safe, snorkeling and shore diving available from island beaches,. Very quiet and peaceful no cars/motorbikes only us on island 15.4 hectares. 20 minutes by traditional boat from harbour at Labuan bajo
in the villa sharing with 2 person : USD 175/person/night including 03 meals
Double Bed Room : USD 320/night/including 3 meals
Price includes Airport transfers Labuan bajo airport/Resort/Airport
All rooms are Non Smoking
September 16 – November 30
January 15 – March 1
High Season Supplement US$ 18 per room per night
July 01 – 15th September
December 01– January 14
Returning Guests of Diving will be given priority booking for Room and diving, please contact us directly
Diving Prices in Euro
04 days 329
06 days 457
08 days 569
10 days 695
2 boat dives per day, Tank & Weights, Dive master, lunch and Refreshments.
We leave 8am and return around 4:00-5:00pm depending on which sites we visit. There is plenty of shade on the boat and places to catch the sun)
Conservation fee to enter Komodo National Park is Euro 15 per person for 1-3 days, $25 4-8 days $35 9-15 days and a Rp.40,000 Government tax for every 3 days.
- Back-up Power Generator
- First Aid Kit
- Laundry Service available
- Mobile Phone Reception
- Non-Smoking rooms/floors
- Arrival/departure point transfers (Included in price for most common arrival point)
- Concierge/Travel booking and Confirmation
- Doctor/Nurse on call
- Room Service
- Security Guard (24 hrs)
- Shuttle Service (i.e. to/from town centre – extra charge)
- Turn-down service
- Vehicle Hire/Car Rental can be arranged
- Board/Leisure Games
- Scuba Diving