Bali is magical and culturally diverse country in which everyone will find what they like. Our guests choose from a wide range of experiences and trips – tailored to their expectations and customs.
According to the Swellengrebel missionary, there are twenty thousand temples in Bali, but according to other sources there are up to five times more of them.
Bali covers an area of 5632 km2, from north to south 80 km and from west to east 150 km
Balinese people use their hands, sometimes use a fork and a spoon, but i tis prefered the food does not touch the metal. The left hand is considered unclean. Never miss everything, at least some rice must remain for invisible forces.
The Balinese people know the names of their children before they are born. They use four names according to the birth order of the children. The first child - Wayan, the second child - Made, the third child - Nyoman and the fourth child - Ketut. The fifth child is Wayan again, and the rest follows the cycle.
The villa, which will be your new home throughout the stay, is located close to the rice fields and perfectly green countryside. Architects were inspired by traditional Balinese culture during its construction. Great emphasis is placed on quality materials and a clean environment in which our guests feel free and relaxed.
The entire garden is surrounded by coconut palms and banana trees that provide perfect privacy.
The villa has a common living area with a large TV, dining room, equipped kitchen and three bedrooms. Each bedroom has a king-size bed overlooking the garden or shrine and a private bathroom with a toilet. Of course there is air conditioning and High-speed wi-fi connection.
One of the most beautiful places in the house is a terrace with swimming pool, wooden deck chairs and a gazebos or garden house, which is typical for Bali. It is ideal for spending leisure time with a pleasant book or a real crossword puzzle. The cleanliness of the whole house and swimming pool is taken care of by our staff