A Lovely Seafront Resort in Peucang Island, Ujung Kulon National Park
Welcome to NIKKI Peucang, an exclusive and environmentally friendly seafront resort. Located in Peucang Island, a pleasing island in the middle of Ujung Kulon National Park wilderness, which also considered as the World Heritage Site as this place is the last viable natural population of the most seriously under threat the one-horned Javan rhinoceros.
We carefully build the simple but gratify eco-resort as your home in the middle of Ujung Kulon National Park wilderness. Breathe in the fresh air, dive into the turquoise water, listen to the sound of the earth, and sleep in a hut that make you feel connected to nature. Lie down in the midst of pristine environment is the best way to momentarily pause and hide yourself from the stressful city life.
This is your natural hideaway. The best place to renew you.
Studio concept octagonal bamboo house with an outdoor bathroom equipped with a gazebo. Located right on the white sandy beach Peucang Island coastline. The bamboo carved with batik motif to let you keep feeling the ocean breeze while inside, and allowed you to see surrounded. Most furniture is made from environmentally friendly materials like bamboo, wood, or stone. We built Batik Villa with 20 meters distance of between. In a very dense population like west Java, space and distance not only protects privacy, but it also means luxury.
Tranquil End Year
Have you ever thought of being in a quieter place during the new year’s eve? A better place to reflect on what has happened in the past year and make resolutions for a better life next year.
How to Get There
Peucang Island is located in the middle of Ujung Kulon National Park wilderness. To get there, you need to drive by car approximately 5 hours from Jakarta to Daplangu Beach, Sumur district, Pandeglang, Banten. From Daplangu, you need to continue by traditional boat for approximately 3 hours.
Alternative way, you can drive by car approximately 3 hours from Jakarta to Probo Jetty, Labuan district, Pandeglang, Banten, then continue by speedboat for approximately 2.30 hours.