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Commanding breathtaking views of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula, surrounded by charming rural landscape, and boasting colourful gardens and luxurious style, Indah Manis is an ideal choice for an event villa in beautiful Bali. Adjoined by the self-contained one-bedroom Villa Bulan Madu – a honeymooner’s heaven with its own plunge pool – Indah Manis boasts five bedroom suites, an elegant living and dining pavilion, fitness, spa, media and games rooms and 16-metre swimming pool with shallow area for the kids.> View more information
Jl. Temu Dewi, Gang SD No. 5,Pecatu
Villa Indah Manis is located far from the madding crowd, a couple of kilometres from the ocean in a rural area of Bali’s beautiful and rugged Bukit Peninsula. Amenities within walking distance of the villa are few; limited to the tiny village of Pecatu, thus the services of a car and driver are essential for guests wishing to explore. Once in the car, however, some of Bali’s best beaches are on your doorstep, as are some great restaurants, cultural activities, shops, cafes and golf courses.
On a clear day, the awesome vista takes in the ocean, the south coast of Bali and the silhouetted peaks of distant volcanoes. This beautiful area boasts some of the most idyllic beaches in Bali, including Balangan, Dreamland, Bingin and Padang Padang. These hidden, white sandy coves are great for both surfers and non-surfers alike.
The property is designed for large groups of friends and family as well as for weddings and other celebrations, and is thoughtfully built to capture the cool ocean breezes even at the hottest time of year, offering a blend of air-conditioned comfort and tropical open-air living. The villa chef and his excellent team are on hand for all meals and a full service kitchen provides facilities to cater for up to sixty guests.
The main garden offers space for the same number of guests across its flat green lawns, while the dramatic 16m pool can be converted into a temporary dance floor or stage while all the bedrooms are housed in separate pavilions for complete privacy from the main living/dining areas.The modern Balinese architecture makes use of local materials, such as white Palimanan stone, teakwood and sandwash, together with ‘sirap’ ironwood shingle for the roofs.