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Villa Description :
This congenial and serene five-bedroom villa with 18m swimming pool and private tennis court rests amongst the glorious rice terraces of Umalas village on Bali’s south-west coast. Built to the design of a traditional Balinese family compound home, Villa Surya Damai’s large, open-sided living room and charming thatched bedroom pavilions are set within an enchanting walled garden, along one side of which basks the irresistible pool.

The villa effortlessly blends colonial elegance with tropical ambiance while providing all the modern comforts required for a memorable, relaxing stay. An excellent team of welcoming staff, as well as a complimentary car and driver, take care of guests’ every need. Villa Surya Damai is ideally positioned just a 15-minute walk from the nearest surf beach and yet only a short drive from Seminyak’s shopping and nightlife.

Location : Umalas village, Kerobokan, south-west Bali, Indonesia

Bedroom : 5 Bedroom

Staff : One part-time manager, one chef, five housekeepers, four security guards and 2 gardeners.

Facilities & Services :
Dining: Experienced chef offering wide range of western and Asian food; special requests, kid’s
menus and dietary needs all accommodated.

Communication: one telephone for local calls, complimentary WiFi Internet access.

Entertainment: Three satellite TVs with DVD players; DVD and book library; board games; tennis
court; table tennis; iPod docks.

For children: Baby cot; high chair; pool toys; babysitters on request.

Additional facilities: Car and driver.

Banjar fee : Rp 4,500,000

Curfew : 12:00 midnight

Refundable security deposit :  USD 3000++

Funtion fee : USD 1500++

Capacities  :
  Standing Sitting
Capacities 50pax 70pax

Rates, Period, Minimum Stay
Description Low season High season Peak Season
Rates  745++ 1035++ 1235++
Period 01 Sep 2013 to 18 Dec 2013 16 Jun 2013 to 31 Aug 2013 19 Dec 2013 to 08 Jan 2014
Minimum Stay 3 5 7

Things to do
  1. Sports enthusiasts should head to Bali’s prestigious Canggu Club (a 5-10 minute short cut through the rice fields or 15 minutes by car) with its state-of-the-art gym and tennis and squash courts. After work-outs, reward yourself with gourmet goodies at the nearby Deli.
  2. A string of naturally beautiful beaches, some renowned for their surf, are all within relatively easy access along this southwest coastline. Nearest is Batubelig Beach, around 10 to 15 minutes by car, but for the area’s premier surf, head to legendary surfer’s haunt, Echo Beach (8km), which also provides handy postsurf sunset drinking. Whichever beach you choose, all are in prime position for fabulous sunsets.
  3. Alternatively, if you want to learn to surf, head down to Legian Beach, (25-30 minutes drive) and its Double Six area, home of reputable Rip Curl School of Surf. With the surf school’s long experience and Legian’s manageable waves and sandy bottomed seas, this is a great spot for novice surfers, plus excellent brunches along the beachfront.
  4. How convenient! Bali’s first horse riding stables (established 1995), Umalas Equestrian Resort is a neighbour. These stables offer small group horse-riding tours through local rice fields, along Batubelig Beach and picturesque villages, as well as children’s pony rides.
  5. Built in traditional Indonesian-style, with amazing antique wood dwellings, eco-friendly Desa Seni Village Resort (a 5-10 minute short-cut through the rice fields or 15 minutes by car) hosts excellent yoga and spiritual workshops in open-air pavilions. This acclaimed resort also boasts a health-giving, organic restaurant in rustic surrounds.
  6. Make the de rigueur pilgrimage to sacred Pura Tanah Lot (a 25 minute drive), one of Bali’s biggest tourist magnets. Perched high on a craggy wave-lashed rock, this ancient sea temple is best savoured at sunset; make sure you receive a blessing from the Hindu Priests.
  7. Alternatively, view Tanah Lot from the 12th hole of Nirwana Bali Golf Club. Bordered by the Indian Ocean and rice fields just down from the sea temple, no wonder this championship-standard course designed by golf legend, Greg Norman is frequently voted Asia’s number one.
  8. Fashionistas, trendies and shop-a-holics should hotfoot it down to Bali’s hippest suburb, Seminyak, a 20-25 minute drive south. Here, you can indulge for hours in the global-inspired gourmet restaurants, stylish designer boutiques and chic bars – including much hyped Ku Dé Ta, on Seminyak beachfront.
  9. Drive westwards to explore the unchartered West Bali region, where the charming Tabanan Regency reveals terraced rice fields of emerald green, volcanic mountains and black sand beaches dotted with fishing communities – treasures that Bali is famed for.
  10. For a day of culture and dramatic landscapes, drive directly north from the villa for a couple of hours, up towards the mountain town of Bedugal. From here, explore three volcanic lakes, including Bratan, with its photogenic and stunningly positioned Pura Ulun Danu – one of Bali’s most important temples.

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