Besides its unique cultural heritage, Bali is also famous for its nature and scenery. Bali is home to majestic mountains, lush green rice terraces, and beautiful beaches. All of these combine to create a peaceful and heavenly ambience that you can’t get anywhere else in the world.
If you love the ocean that much, the best way to enjoy the view is by staying at a cliff front villa. Situated on top of a cliff, these villas overlook the beautiful ocean which surrounds the mystical island of Bali. Several villas offer breathtaking seamless views of the clear blue sky, the Indian Ocean and the Bali Sea.
These cliff front villas are located in three different areas in Bali – Uluwatu, Nusa Dua, and Bukit Jimbaran. These three areas are famous for their hilly terrains. Some villas in these areas can only accommodate one group of guests, while other larger ones can accommodate a few different groups of tourists. The Karang Putih Estate in Uluwatu is a 5-star cliff-top villa that only caters a small group of people. It is more suitable for a family or a group of friends because all the rooms are located in the same building. On the other hand, the Heavenly Residence in Nusa Dua consists of 3 separate buildings that can accommodate 3 different groups of guests. The resort offers 3 luxury private villas, each with its own whimsical name: villa OMG, villa O-WOW, and villa O-LALA. You do not have to worry about your privacy because each villa is located independently and separately from each other, ensuring the tranquility of its guests.
If you are staying at the Villa Bayuh Sabbha (means “House of Breezes”) in Uluwatu, you not only get the view of the ocean, but you will be able to see two of Indonesia’s most famous volcanoes as well. On a clear day, you can see Mount Agung in the eastern part of Bali, and Mount Bromo in the province of East Java will also come into view from afar.
Unlike many villas in Seminyak area which are mostly built with modern architecture styles, cliff front villas in Uluwatu, Nusa Dua, and Bukit Jimbaran areas feature more traditional designs. Villa Bayuh Sabbha and Villa Awang, both located on Bukit Jimbaran, feature traditional Balinese architecture. Meanwhile, both Villa Cahaya and Khayangan Estate in Uluwatu utilize hand-carved Joglo (Javanese-style building) as the focal point of their property.