Just a 30-minute scenic drive south of Kuta will plunge you in the company of Uluwatu’s motley blend of visitors—sun-baked hard-core surfers, budget backpackers, poets, tourists, urbane city slickers, the rich and famous—and residents, among them hustler monkeys checking out your goodies. Uluwatu lies at Bali’s southern tip, in the Badung Regency, Nusa Dua Peninsula. "Ulu" means "land's end" and "watu," "rock". Most of our Villas have a private pool, chef and maid service. Book your accommodation from these luxury Uluwatu Villas in Bali, Inquire now!
Indonesia is the fourth most populated country on earth and consists of more than 17,000 islands with the magical island of Bali situated at its heart between Java and Lombok. It is flanked by the Bali Sea to the North and Indian Ocean to the South and with a population of around 4 million people is the only Hindu society in Southeast Asia. Often described as The Land of the Gods, Bali has many attractions for the millions of visitors to its shores and is the most popular tourist destination in Indonesia.
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7 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms, Sleeps 14
Villa 3149 sits atop a cliff on the Bukit Peninsula, a mere twenty-five minutes from Ngurah Rai Airport. It overlooks the dramatic surf breaks at Bingin and Dreamland beaches, which draw in devoted su
4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Sleeps 8
Perched high on a hilltop in the south of Bali, with breathtaking 200 degree views of the beautiful countryside and spectacular Indian Ocean, the villa offers a complete getaway experience for those i
4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 8
The four-bedroom Villa 3286 sits directly alongside a tree-covered riverbed that brings plenty of shade and greenery to its already well-positioned resort environment. Guests enter into a large open-p
The awesome landscape of Uluwatu, an infertile limestone plateau with a jagged coral coastline, is accessible on wheels via a narrow paved road, on foot via steep stairway of endless steps. World-renowned for its super swells, considered Bali's best, and the absolutely mind-blowing panorama atop 100-meter cliffs, upon which perch many lovely warungs. Choose one, have a hearty exotic meal in them while you drink off the stunning Indian Ocean view. Perhaps “breathtaking” may not fully ascribe the wonders of Uluwatu.