THE LARGEST & INTEGRATED TOWN
FOR STAY, LIFESTYLE, AND ENTERTAINMENT
Located on the western tip of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, Labuan Bajo is a beautiful small town with many exotic tourism spots to explore. Surrounded by hills that rise steeply from the shore, Labuan Bajo gives you a sensational sea view with small islands as the background.
Labuan Bajo has much uniqueness. It is a multi-storey port city, but it is not a city with wide lowlands. The coastal lowlands are not much followed by a slope that supports the broad plain above. This condition creates a beautiful city view. You will also find the hospitality of the people of Flores. When you meet other people you don't know, the people of Flores always smile.
Mawatu offers the perfect combination of total relaxation, tranquillity, entertainment and lifestyle, where located in an exclusive tourism area and surrounded by 5 stars hotel, market, beach club, bar and activity centre in a relaxing enclave. We are unique as it preserves a natural environment with a nod to mixed traditional and modern styles.
Mawatu is a perfect getaway from the bustle where you can have a good time in Nature with family. Nature is the new trend in vacation, hence Mawatu is definitely your cup of tea.
Young, hip and comfortable rooms and suites that have been designed with both you and the environment in mind await. Feel the natural sea breeze will flow through your room. Design that merges with nature and the sea, artwork curation by guest artists and our resident Interior Designer, with an urban facility, high-speed internet, simple lifestyle, sustainable and rich flavours in perfect harmony in our restaurant menu.
Beachside shopping complex with numerous stalls selling unique Labuan Bajo, Sumba & Flores souvenirs and handicrafts. It’s located inside the Mawatu complex. The bazaar-like venue will be one of the best shopping places in Labuan Bajo.
Mawatu Art Market has rows of modern shops and international brands selling mostly beachwear and tropical-themed clothes as well as local designer brands, which line up through Mawatu Square and its adjacent boulevards. The art market is surrounded by beachside food stalls and restaurants at various price points. All of these markets draw both local and international shoppers looking for a great deal on unique motif batiks, intricate Flores carvings, and iconic knick-knacks you won’t find outside the island.