Together with the unique resort experience, the three-bedroom Villa Cantik with its flowering tropical garden, a 6 x 4-metre private swimming pool, comfortable furnishing and facilities is the perfect place for a great vacation in Bali with either family or simply with a group of friends.
The ground floor houses the very comfortably-furnished open-plan living and dining room with adjoining kitchen, and leads straight out to the pool deck and the garden, while the second bedroom is located adjacent next to the pool and is equipped with a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with an open-air shower and bathtub.
The third spacious bedroom is accessed via enclosed staircase that leads down from the living room and it also has a completely separate entrance from the resort premises, which makes it a good choice for guests who like late nights out. This bedroom is equipped with a four-poster queen sized bed, a sofa with coffee table and an en-suite bathroom with an open-air shower and a bathtub. Sliding doors look into a tiny garden with tropical flowers.
The oversized master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet fully encompasses the upper floor and is equipped with a luxury, four-poster king size bed, side tables, working desk and TV, while the en-suite bathroom has a sliding window in front of an oval bathtub so you can enjoy the tree-top views and some breezes.
Ungasan Beach Villas is a group of privately owned residences rest within gated and secured boutique resort located on the Bukit Peninsula, 16km from Balis International Airport and 20km from the endless shopping, vibrant nightlife and international restaurants of Seminyak. Ubud Balis centre for fine arts and cultural performances is 49km to the north. The remainder of the island offers a rich mosaic of cultures, tastes, sights and sounds, together with a wide array of activities.
The Bukit Peninsula is a 140-square-kilometre limestone tableland that dangles like a pendant upon a chain at the southern tip of the island. A curious, windswept geographic feature, it stands out in sharp contrast to Balis lush, alluvial plains.
Bukit is the Indonesian word for hill, and this dry-land outcrop was once home solely to seaweed farmers, fisherman and die-hard surfers. Since the Millennium, however, this up-and-coming region has reinvented itself to become the most up-market destination on the island. The Bukit now boasts some of Balis most opulent destination villas, glamorous private estates, and internationally-branded boutique hotels, making it the area of choice for discerning travellers and residents.
The turquoise waters are the playground of migrating whales, and the dry, rocky landscape is dotted with wild flowers, manioc, prickly pear cactus, scarlet flowering flamboyants and fascinating kapok trees. This region is much drier than the rest of the island, cooled by coastal hill breezes. Even in the rainy season it is a reliable sun-trap. When the waves are calm and the tide is full, turtles and dugongs can be seen swimming in the crystal waters close to the shore. The Bukit presents some of the most idyllic beaches in Bali; hidden sandy coves a dream for both surfers and non-surfers alike, although not always safe for swimming.
The 18-hole, championship, New Kuta Golf Course at Pecatu, covers 85 hectares above Dreamland Beach, and was designed by Ronald Fream. Its signature hole, no. 15, commands splendid views. The course is just 15 minutes drive from the resort.
Perched on a cliff 70 metres above the roaring Indian Ocean, Pura Uluwatu (11km) is one of Bali's nine key directional temples. Facing west and with steep headlands on either side creating an unbelievably dramatic setting, sunsets over Uluwatu are spectacular.
Tanjung Benoa (17km) is full of water sport operators offering everything from wakeboarding, kitesurfing, waverunning and kneeboarding to Flyfish - a floating bed that gets dragged by a speedboat and flies up in the airGet the full listing »