Large Bali Style Villa, Kerobokan
Large 5 bedroom house in a great location. Unfurnished but at this price it wont last long. A minimum of 3 year lease at 65 ooo ooo IDR per year for a 5 bedroom 3 bathroom house.
The garden is nicely landscaped and large it runs all the way in front of the property. Also has two temple 1 large and 1 smaller. A Closed garage for two cars and motor bikes are safe with a large sliding iron gate.
CANGGU, Bali/Indonesia (Monday, 3 October, 2011) - The Oakley World Pro Junior Bali got off to a great start today with the Women’s Round 1 action. The day began with an opening ceremony where all competitors dressed in traditional Balinese attire and a local chief performed a blessing ceremony on the sands of Echo Beach, Canggu.
This villa is tucked away down a rustic lane beside the Canggu river just 100 meters from the beach and the Balinese fishing village at Canggu and close Canggu’s famous surf break, just a 5 minute ride to the famous Beach House restaurant at Echo beach. With the upcoming Sea entosa also taking place in this area, this region is sure to appreciate rapidly and will be home to a host of high end retail outlets.
Great home, great opportunity to buy in Seminyak!!
Built in 2009 this open Bali style 2 story villa is situated in the sought after area of Seminyak. It’s large pool and lush garden makes for great entertaining, and the location on a private paved gang is quiet and is ideal for children. It has convenient access to amenities such as 200m from Sunset Rd and 1 minute drive from Bali Deli.
The 1960’s hippy Mecca known as Bali has changed a lot since then but still retains much of its charm. A genuine paradise for backpackers, surfers and recently Julia Roberts, filming on-site for her new film Eat, Pray Love, the sizeable Indonesian island has a flavor for everyone.
Bali is home to the greatest number of Indonesia’s Hindu minority and the islands exudes a symbiotic sense of spirituality and peace with the aromatic smells of burning incense from thousands of small offerings left just about everywhere.
Designed as an imaginative homage to the Mahabharata, Pandawas Villas is unique even among the myriad of private luxury rental villas in the Ubud area. It’s a combination of creature comforts, serene spaces, and attention to detail that serves to indulge your every whim while also making guests feel very much at home.
There we were, sitting very comfortably in an almost finished, spectacular all-timber home in the hills of Perth. Five acres of natural bush, a gaggle of wallabies and other fauna at our doorstep, or to be more precise, nibbling their way through the herb garden!
I recall vividly, sipping a full-bodied red on the decking, watching a stunning set of cumulonimbus clouds turning apricot colour and thinking I had died and gone to heaven.
I mean - life couldn’t get much better than this – could it?
Two Bali Expatriates Vow to Walk the Archipelago Bare-Foote Until They Raise US$1 million for Homeless Street Children of indonesia.
Robert Epstone and Beat Schmid de Guneck will be joined on the entire Bali walk by another long-term Bali resident,Frenchman Daniel Chieppa his family. Two Bali-based expatriates have resolved to walk bare-footed and keep walking until they managed to raise one million dollars to assist homeless children in indonesia.
Indonesia’s best-known island, the holiday mecca Bali, is said to be close to tropical paradise. So, Nick Ross took advantage of the cheap airfares to find out if this haven for surfers and holidaymakers is more than just another Costa del Sol. Photos by Nick Ross.
Latin jazz plays in the background as I look over Legian Beach in Seminyak. Surfers ride waves and beachgoers sun themselves on a not-so-sunny, almost white sand beach. I am in Kudeta (think coup d’etat), one of Bali’s most iconic bars. Last night Jose Padilla of Cafe Del Mar fame played his hallmark concoction of beachside lounge music that has helped him sell five million albums.
Probably like many people, I had always thought private villas were exclusively for the rich and famous; beyond the budget of a mere mortal like me. How wrong was I?
A few years back my family was staying at a well-known resort in Phuket. Following an afternoon by the pool the drinks bill arrived. It was over US$30 for a couple of cokes and lime sodas – a mark-up of almost 600% on prices at the nearby supermarket and probably double those of the local Thai restaurant on the beach. After a week it became clear that room costs were just the start of the holiday expenses: for every dollar spent on accommodation, another was spent on food and drinks.