MERDEKA HOUSE is a four level guesthouse with 6 private rooms and panoramic ocean views. Guest rooms are on the first and second level. The third level has a lounge area and kitchen area. The open kitchen and marble bar area are set up with refrigeration and cooking facilities. Tea and coffee and drinking water are provided.
GUEST ROOMS newly renovated in 2021 they are now bigger with private patios and outdoor areas. There are twin share, double and family room options. Rooms are kept cool with fans. Linens, towels, mosquito nets and handmade soaps are provided. Each room has a private bathroom with clean western toilets, sinks and showers.
Opening hours: when Rudy feels like it
Guests, new visitors and members of the peanut gallery are all welcome. Listen to laid-back music and savor the elevated views of the surf. Ice cold drinks available - Try a ginger brew!
OUTDOOR BBQ AND WOOD OVEN
The outdoor kitchen area has a hot plate for BBQ's and a wood fire oven for pizza nights and fresh bread.
THE LOUNGE AREA
The lounge area has dining tables, day beds, couches and yoga mats. There is a projector, play station and television. Merdeka TV is a shared network loaded with films and TV series that guests can access from their own devices or from the lounge TV. Guest can also play cards or board games, and read books or magazines. There is a pool table, dart board and music sound system. WIFI is available for guest use.
A 4ft concrete bowl with a mellow transition and extra smooth finish. Guests and visitors welcome. Lights for riding at night. Skate boards available. Sound system and seating. Safety railings have now been added for your protection or bomb drops if your inclined.
Rudy is fully aware that alcoholism can lead to bad choices and he will happily encourage you to try some radical maneuvers on the ramp the night before a big swell.
The Drifter Journals | Adventure & Surf Blog
"Surfers want the grit and the grime, they want their feet in the sand, the locals to be friends and that sense of connection and belonging in their destinations, and that is precisely what Merdeka House offered, and continues to offer to this day."
Merdeka House | Independence in Adaptation
Travelfish.org | The independent travel guide for Southeast Asia.
"This was one of the most spectacularly appointed places to stay we saw across all of Sumbawa. The view to the north, with enormous waves rolling in like clockwork, and the imposing northern headland reaching into the sky, is simply Jurassic."
Merdeka House | Amazing views, spotless rooms