Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 12
VILLA KARANG BALI is located on Bali Cliff, Jimbaran. This Villa sits on a lime stone cliff,filled with lush tropical Balinese landscape. AMAZING VIEW OF THE INDIAN OCEAN,with clear-blue waters as far as you can see, that only ends at the horizon.
Upon arrival into Bali,our representative will facilitate your immigration/visa clearance, and escort you to our chauffeur. At the villa, you will be greeted by our team of 8 lovely staffs. The living room opens up to a breath taking view of the Indian Ocean. Five minutes away from the villa, lies a secret beach " Pandawa Beach ", where one can enjoy crystal clear waters with white sandy beaches. A professional chef will overlook all meals during your stay at the villa. Enjoy a swim in our 12 meter infinity pool, or pamper yourself to our various spa treatments, at your convenience.
Accessibility to all the restaurants and shopping areas is just a short distance away. At the same time, you will be able to enjoy a quiet and pleasant atmosphere during your stay.
This is indeed the perfect place for you. It blends all very well for those who want to have a truly memorable experience in the Island Of Gods, both leisure and pleasure.
Have A Pleasant Stay...
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||PANDAWA BEACH - WHITE SAND WITH CRYSTAL CLEAR WATE 300 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bali Nugrah Rai International 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 12|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
• Four Master Suites with Attached Bathroom / Outdoor Shower
• Huge living and dining hall, with a pantry cum bar
• Fully equipped kitchen with In- House Chef
• Media room for Adults and Children Entertainment
• Outdoor Spa Treatments
• 12 meters infinity edge swimming pool overlooking Indian Ocean
• 6000 square feet Balinese Garden with water features for private parties
• 24 hours Security
SERVICES INCLUDED IN THE RATES...
• VIP Fast Track/Visa application upon arrival into Bali.
• Guest Relationship Officer with Return Airport transfers
• Daily Asian/Western/Continental breakfast
• Free High Speed Wireless Connection Available.
• Personal Butler service
• Daily housekeeping
• Daily tropical fruits selection
• Evening tea and canapes/snacks
• Complimentary Daily Usage Of A Seven Seater Car/Driver.
Upon request (an additional charge applies) :
• Personal Massage
. Baby Sitting By Nanny
• Personal Chef
• Selection of Western/Asian meals Available.
• Birthday parties and other functions arrangement
|Further details outdoors|
Villa Karang Bali is located south of Bali, situated along the edge of the southern cliff together with popular resorts like The Four Seasons, Bulgari Resort, Club Med etc. 30 minutes from the International airport. Within close proximity to all shopping, dining and groceries facilities. Our complimentary car with driver is at your service at all times during your stay. Favorite activities from white sandy beach, para gliding, surfing, para sailing, jet ski etc, within 15 minutes of the villa.
Rates reflected is for the entire villa of 4 en-suite Bed-rooms, with occupancy of 8 guests. Additional bedding is available at usd50/night.
Government Tax of 10% and Service charge of 5%, is INCLUDED in the rates.
The Bali/Lesser Sunda Islands region
Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.
With a population recorded as 3,551,000 in 2009, the island is home to the vast majority of Indonesia's small Hindu minority. About 93.2% of Bali's population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, while most of the remainder follow Islam. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music.
Bali is small, stretching approximately 140 km from east to west, and 80 km from north to south. The tallest of a string of volcanic mountains that run from the east to the west is Gunung Agung, which last erupted in 1963. Located just 8o south of the Equator, Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons (wet and dry) a year with an average temperature of around 28° C.
The wide and gently sloping southern regions play host to Bali’s famed rice terraces, which are among some of the most spectacular in the world. In the hilly, northern coastal regions, the main produce is coffee, copra, spices, vegetables, cattle and rice.
The Balinese have strong spiritual roots and despite the large influx of tourists over the years, their culture is still very much alive. The main religion is Agama Hindu Dharma, which, although originally from India, comprises of a unique blend of Hindu, Buddhist, Javanese and ancient indigenous beliefs; It is very different from the Hinduism practised in India today. Naturally creative, the Balinese have traditionally used their talents for religious purposes and most of the beautiful work to be seen here has been inspired by stories from the Ramayana and other Hindu epics.
The capital city of Bali, Denpasar has many community temples called "Pura". One is the Museum called Pura
Jagatnatha which is dedicated to the Supreme God, Sang Hyang Widi Wasa. The statue of a turtle and two dragons (prevalent in all temples) signify the foundation of the world.
The Museum offers a fine variety of prehistoric and modern art, whereas its architectural design resembles that of a palace. The government supervised "Sanggraha Kriya Asta" has a wide variety of handicraft and works of art. The "Werdi Budaya" presents a yearly art festival between June and July, with performances, exhibitions, art contest and so on.
Sanur beach has long been a popular recreation site for people from Denpasar. The palm-lined beach curves from the Bali Beach Hotel toward the south, facing the Indian Ocean towards the east. Sanur offers many good hotels, restaurants, shops and other tourist facilities. It is only a short distance from Denpasar. Public transportation to and from the city are easily available until well into the night. Offshore reefs protect the beach against the waves to make it popular for wind surfing, boating and other water sports.
Once a lonely village on the road from Denpasar toward the Bukit Peninsula, Kuta is now a thriving tourist resort, popular mainly among the young. It is a beach for surfing although currents make it less suitable for swimming. Coast guards, however, are on constant duty during the day. Kuta faces toward the west offering beautiful sunsets.
The village abounds with restaurants, shops, discotheques and other tourist facilities. It is easier to find regular performances of Balinese music and dance in Kuta, staged specially for tourists, than anywhere else in Bali. Some performances are staged nightly. The village is ideal for meeting and mixing with other people, locals as well as visitors from abroad.
The Nusa Dua tourist resort is part of the Bukit Peninsula in southern Bali. The resort is known for its clean white beaches and clear waters. The surf is gentle along the northern side of the peninsula, bigger along the south. The most convenient form of transportation to and from Nusa Dua is by taxi.
Driving northeast from Denpasar, stone figures on the roadside mark the village of Batubulan. Divinities and demons are carved from sandstone for ornaments of houses and temples. Workshops can be visited to watch artists at work.
The center of Balinese painting, Ubud's Museum "Puri Lukisan" has a permanent collection of modern works of Balinese art dating from the turn of the century. There are also several art galleries and homes of famous artists here, including that of Dutch-born Hans Snel and the American Antonio Blanco. The "young artist" style now popular in Balinese painting was introduced by the Dutch painter Arie Smith. In the past, other foreign painters inspired Balinese artists to adopt western techniques but traditional Balinese paintings are still made and sold. Another museum called "Neka Museum" has a wide collection of paintings both by Indonesian as well as foreign artists who used to live in Bali.
Goa Gajah, dates back to the 11 Th. century and is believed to have been built as a monastery. Carvings on the wall show a demon's head over the entrance, flanked by two statues. The cave contains a statue of Ganesha. Escavations have uncovered a bathing place with six statues of nymphs holding water- spouts.
The temple of Pura Tirta Empul is built around the sacred spring at Tampaksiring. Over 1000 years old, the temple and its two bathing places have been used by the people for good health and prosperity because of the spring water's curative powers. Regular ceremonies are held for purification. Specialties of the area are bone and ivory carvings, and seashell ornaments.
The villages of Kintamani and Penelokan give a view of the active Mount Batur and Lake. The caldera of Batur is impressive: 7 miles in diameter and 60 feet deep. From Penelokan, a road leads to Kedisan on the shores of the lake where boats can be hired to cross over to Trunyan. This ancient village is inhabited by people who call themselves "Bali Aga" or original Balinese who have maintained many of their old ways. The Puser Jagat temple has an unusual architecture and stands under a massive Banyan tree.
The former seat of the Javanese Hindu Kingdom in Bali from where Balinese royalty draws its blood line, Klungkung was the oldest kingdom on the island and its "Raja" the most exalted. The Kerta Gosa or Royal Court of justice built in the 18th century, is specially known for its ceiling murals painted in the traditional wayang style, portraying punishment in hell and the rewards in heaven and other aspects of moralities. The floating pavilion, garden and lotus ponds in this walled-in complex, located on the main intersection of town are a reminder of the former glory of this kingdom.
Known as the "Mother Temple of Bali", the sanctuary of Besakih on the slopes of Mt. Agung is the biggest and holiest of all Balinese temples. Over a thousand years old, steps ascend through split gates to the main courtyard where the Trinity shrines are wrapped in cloth and decorated with flower offerings.