Villa Baliku, for your Balinese holiday

This contemporary Asian-influenced, 3 bedroom villa with a pool and beautiful tropical garden is nestled in the rice fields next to the traditional village of Banjar Padang in Kerobokan. Yet located only 15 minutes by car from the beaches, restaurants, shops and nightlife of fashionable Seminyak.

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The rice fields adjacent to Villa Baliku and the traditional village of Banjar Padang, change with the seasons as the padi fields are ploughed and prepared for a new planting, gently irrigated by streams bringing the rich nutrients from the soils of the distant volcanoes, then harvested, threshed and bagged in the nearby rice mill. The private and secluded Villa Baliku is in the distant centre of this picture.

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There is plenty of parking in the driveway leading up to the villa, entry to the garden and the villa is through this modern styling of a traditional Balinese gate where you will be greeted by your gracious hostess, Komang.

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There are three large bedrooms each with a queen size bed and their own ensuite bathroom. Each bedroom opens out on to the pool and garden area, where you will spend most of your time swimming and relaxing.

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After your long journey its time to get a cool drink, a good book, and relax in the garden gazebo while the kids splash about in the large 4 X 7 meter pool.

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                     Bookings for Villa Baliku can be made through Airbnb by following this link:

                                        https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1938448?preview

 

 

 

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About ianburnet

Author of the book, Spice Islands. Which tells the History, Romance and Adventure of the spice trade from the Moluccas in Eastern Indonesia over a period of 2000 years. Author of the book, East Indies.Which tells the history of the struggle between the Portuguese Crown, the Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for supremacy in the Eastern Seas. Author of the book 'Archipelago - A Journey Across Indonesia'.
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