In the local tongue, “tugu” means “monument”, a fitting name for this cozy museum-esque cluster of suites and bungalows which proudly display their founder's massive collection of Indonesian art. It's romantic and soulful with a dash of theatrical flair, all set against a forgotten island tranquility. Dining is an otherworldly experience here, including a royal feast with all the bells and whistles, or a sunrise picnic breakfast aboard a wooden dragon head boat. Looking for a tangible culture immersion back on dry land? Sign up for a pearl cultivation class or learn to concoct djamoe herbal healing elixirs.