5 incredibly designed villas you can stay at in Bali

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Out of more than 18,000 islands comprising the Indonesian archipelago, the majestic island paradise of Bali stands out among the rest. The richness of the Balinese heritage and the astounding beauty of white sand beaches and tropical rainforests on the island, make it a wonderful place to unwind and enjoy the vacation with your loved ones.  Many travel websites from all over the world even consider Bali to be the best tourist destination in Indonesia.

One day will never be enough to explore all the beautiful beaches, ideal surfing spots, high-end shops, spas, and restaurants on the island. Staying in a private villa gives you a complete and enjoyable experience while in Bali, especially if you are traveling in a group. These private villas will let you experience the beauty and tranquility of the paradise island at your own pace and comfort. Discover the top five incredibly designed villas which you can stay at in Bali.

1. Villa Impossibles

Villa Impossibles in Bali is a perfect venue for romantic tropical beach weddings and other occasions. The villa rests on the bottom of the cliff and is adjacent to beautiful white sand beaches and the best surfing spots on the island. The strategic location of Villa Impossibles opens the opportunity for the guests to have a picturesque view of vast tropical rainforests, clear ocean waters, and breathtaking sunset scenery. The incredibly-designed villa exquisitely embodies the rich Balinese culture and tradition in its architecture.

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2. Villa 1880 

Villa 1880 in Bali is located in the small village of Batu Belig in the heart of Seminyak. The five bedroom villa was designed by the team of world-renowned architect Marcus Foley. Villa 1880 is highlighted by a fully restored antique Joglo (a Javanese roof) from Kalimantan which combines the luxury of modern Balinese architecture with native colonial craftsmanship. A majestic botanical garden greets at the entrance of the villa. On the other side, a covered terrace which can accommodate up to 30 guests surrounds a salt water pool.

3. Villa Senang 

Villa Senang is one of the ten plush private villas of The Residences Seminyak resort complex. The four bedroom villa can accommodate up to 8 guests and is just a walking distance from the best shops and restaurants in the district. The swimming pool is lined with romantic lamps and beautiful frangipani trees. The rooms are inspired by contemporary architecture with glass doors allowing a clear view of the outdoors. Experience the beauty of nature with al fresco dining arrangements, sun lounges, and lush tropical gardens.

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4. Rumah 88 

Rumah 88 private villa is a marvelous fusion of contemporary western style and oriental crafts and arts. The cozy and incredibly designed villa is adorned with antique Balinese artifacts and stunning tropical flowers. The state-of-the-art rooms and furnishings add a touch of modernism to the villa. Rumah 88 houses a well-designed 10-meter pool, a wooden deck, and a tropical garden with a traditional Balinese shrine.

5. Villa D’Carik 

Villa D’Carik is a recently completed luxurious villa which is just a few minute ride from the historic Ubud Palace. The villa, which can accommodate up to 12 people, is chiefly constructed using recycled teak and delicately carved beams. Combined with the strategic location in the middle of a rice field, the open-space architecture allows circulation of the cool breeze even in a warm tropical climate.

And what about you my dear readers? Have you ever been to Bali? Is Bali on your travel bucket list? Let us know in the comment section below.

As always, thank you for visiting and have a great day!

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19 Comments

  1. Maikel
    March 30, 2017 / 5:17 pm

    Bali is supposed to be so beautiful! The accomodations are defenitly worth the visit

  2. March 30, 2017 / 9:18 pm

    I have heard great things about Bali, but the destination is currently a bit lower on my travel list. Thanks for the recommendations. The first photo looks like an incredibly stunning place to stay.

  3. March 30, 2017 / 10:13 pm

    These sound absolutely wonderful! Bali is on my travel bucket list. I sure do hope I’ll get to travel there some day 🙂

  4. March 30, 2017 / 10:37 pm

    Oh wow! All of those sound absolutely gorgeous. We’re planning to go to Bali for a honeymoon next year and I really have to keep these on mind. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  5. March 31, 2017 / 4:43 am

    Great images. Certainly looks worth visiting

  6. March 31, 2017 / 11:26 am

    If you need me, I will be casually drooling over these stunning photos. Bali looks so beautiful.

    – Melissa

  7. Andrea Broom
    April 2, 2017 / 4:39 am

    obsessed with this house so BEAUTIFUL! I am gonna have to get myself to Bali ASAP.

  8. April 2, 2017 / 10:37 am

    wooow all these look gorgeous!

    xx
    lau

  9. April 2, 2017 / 11:03 am

    Bali is a dream for me! I would love to travel there !
    The places you’ve shown here are just wonderful <3

  10. April 2, 2017 / 12:27 pm

    Wow these are all amazing places to stay. I am lucky enough to have been to Bali on two holidays and I can honestly say that the beauty of the island changes the way you want to live forever. My own London home and garden have been inspired by Bali. You’ve whetted my appetite to return very soon.

  11. April 2, 2017 / 3:16 pm

    I would love to go to Bali after I have graduated from university, it seems like such a beautiful, peaceful place- and these photos look incredible!

  12. April 4, 2017 / 10:19 am

    I would LOVE to go to Bali one day! And these villas are incredibly beautiful. Now to decide which to actually pick…

  13. April 8, 2017 / 8:50 pm

    Oh no, these are all so gorgeous! I would love to spend my holiday in Bali! Not an easy task to choose just one villa to stay in 🙂

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