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Bali Villas to rent

Beautiful private holiday Bali villas in the exotic surroundings of Bali. Personalise your stay with in-house villa staff, butler, spa and a chauffeur driven car. Our Bali villa consultants will help you every step of the way to make sure your stay is perfect. With hundreds of Bali villas to choose from in Seminyak, Canggu, Sanur, Ubud, Legian, Uluwatu & Jimbaran & being 100% Australain owned and operated you can rest assured that we will take care of your Bali villa needs. No one can offer the the kind of personalised attention that we can when you rent a private Bali villa from us!

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If you’re looking for the perfect luxury Bali villa look no further as we have the best luxury villas in Bali to rent.

What These Bali Villas Have To Offer

The Bali holiday villas that we rent give you the opportunity to feel part of what Bali is famous for – the combination of vibrant culture and the private connection to an unspoiled nature. Our highly affordable luxury Bali villas feature unique designs, great destinations and friendly staff which can guide you through your soon-to-be Balinese adventures.

Located close to highly sought after popular destinations (Seminyak & Canggu), our villas will make you feel at home, but far away from noise – a place where you can truly find serenity.

About Bali, Indonesia

For many years, Bali has been considered one of most enchanting holiday destinations in the world. There is a raw beauty to it, an organic freedom and a flow of life. The natives are almost transparent – living their family lives while we travel in and out of their home.

Bali has been called the Island of the Gods and there is little surprise considering the deep connection with nature, traditions and spirituality. But that’s not all Bali has to offer – there are long white sand beaches which are a common attraction for surfers and lovers of the sea and of course the gorgeous luxury Bali villa to rent.

Things to Do

Bali is not only rich in nature but also rich in terms of activities. If you decide to spend your vacation in these villas, here are some things you can do or places you can go if you want to get out of your rented villas to explore more of Bali.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

No trip to Bali could ever be complete without visiting the rice paddies. Although the people of Bali collect the rice using their hands, they make use of an incredibly intricate system of irrigations.

According to local legends, the system was passed down by a holy man named Rsi Markandeya all the way back in the eighth century. After completing the tour, you can stop at one of the restaurants which overlook the beautiful paddies and enjoy traditional dishes which use freshly collected grains.

Try The Local Coffee

Kopi Luwak is considered one of the most expensive coffees in the world and for good reason, too. There is a secret recipe behind it and it involves something most of us couldn’t possibly imagine. The locals define Kopi Luwak as civet cat poo because the coffee seeds are eaten by an animal specific to the island, which ultimately expels the highly famous seeds.

In comparison to Melbourne, you can find this coffee for an affordable price and it is ideal for those who love strong flavors.

Ubud Palace

Built in the 1800s, Ubud Palace is a well-preserved location and that’s due to the locals cherishing and nurturing it. Surrounded by green gardens, colorful flowers and stunning architecture, Ubud Palace is famous for traditional Balinese dances which attract hundreds of tourists from around the world. The palace is ideal for lovers of dance and art, as the two combine in a show which is both nostalgic and filled with hope.

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali’s most impressive temples and when you visit it, you will understand why it’s both famous for tourists and priests who practice meditation. Perched on a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula, this is the ideal place for witnessing dramatic sunsets and fire dances once the sun has hidden away from view.

Besakih Temple

Known as the ‘mother temple’ of Bali due to its size, Besakih Temple stands on the impressive slopes of Mount Agung at around 1.000 meters altitude. Tourists can submerge themselves into the history of the three main temples with statues of Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu.

Conclusion

Our villa rentals are conveniently located around some of the most famous places in Bali, where you can be surrounded by blankets of green hills and palm-lined swimming pools. There are several restaurants around the villas as well, where you can enjoy the traditional Balinese cuisine, feeling the relaxation and serenity that the island has to offer.