Taman Bhagawan is characterised by a collection of traditional Javanese timber homes, known as joglos, set within a mature garden. These ancient handcrafted structures have been painstakingly restored and placed in accordance to the divisional laws of Bali's Hindu microcosmos where both the sea and the mountains are considered important points of reference.
Every architectural aspect within the venue has a unique story to tell. An elevated gazebo that sits majestically in one corner of the compound is a replica of a royal lounging pavilion that was often used as a lookout to spy on young maidens as they gathered. The Rama Shinta sculpture was inspired by a classic tale of love from the Hindu epic Ramayana.
Taman Bhagawan is blessed with a landscape of tropical greenery that extends out to meet the sea. A manicured lawn is carefully divided by clusters of native flora and shady trees that have stood the tests of time. Aged frangipani trees are also present as a symbol of integrity, bearing the scented blossoms that were once worn by unmarried Balinese girls to show their purity.