Villa Bulan Madu Uluwatu Bali
Villa Bulan Madu is part of Villa Indah Manis family. When they are combined, the villas perfectly form five-bedroom accommodation where Villa Bulan Madu can be given to couples who much prefer more privacy and intimacy. However, it can be rented separately or as a one-bedroom villa only. It has separate access, thus guaranteeing the ultimate privacy you wish for a honeymoon suite. It has all that you wish for, from quiet and absolute peace to a private pool, a romantic chamber, an en-suite bathroom, and a cozy lounge area. Sitting above a green hill, Villa Bulan Madu is also allowed a sneaky glimpse of the blue and enchanting Indian Ocean, perfecting all the features you wish for from a one-bedroom villa.
Villa Bulan Madu perfectly combines modern and traditional Balinese architecture to create what we can call the ultimate meeting between east and west that forms harmony. Upon entering the signature Balinese double gate, it will lead you into the premise of this property. A single thatched-roof pavilion exposes the place where sleeping quarters and open-sided living are situated. Slightly elevated, just like a Balinese house, stairs from the lounge will get you into the lawn and private plunge pool set right at the tip of the hill. Villa Bulan Madu is really the perfect setting for your long-awaited holiday in Bali.
Accommodation at Villa Bulan Madu
Open-sided living with a high ceiling is truly a place for relaxation in Villa Bulan Madu. The marble floor keeps the atmosphere cool by allowing natural breezes to circulate, while the ceiling fan attached eases the atmosphere even more when the heat becomes unbearable. A comfortable rattan sofa and table can be a great spot to enjoy an afternoon tea while enjoying the view of the garden and ocean. The place can also be a nice choice to spend your breakfast and lunch with. In the evening, asked the staff to arrange a romantic poolside alfresco dinner as the professional cook was ready to display its culinary ability in satisfying your taste buds.
Bedroom and Bathroom
The air-conditioned sleeping quarter in Villa Bulan Madu, the only retreat haven in this villa, features an elegant marble floor bedroom where a king-size bed poses as the center of attention. Bring to you not only the wrap of high-quality linens but also additional comfort from the scent of the mosquito net, while the bedside nightstands carry a pair of small urn lamps that create a soothing and romantic atmosphere at night. The adjoined en-suite oozes an al fresco feeling with its open tropical features. Palimanan stone surrounded the sunken bathtub as you made your way through the lotus pond on stepping stones, making bathing a real joy. Adding a shower and wash basin to the vanity makes it even more luxurious.
Swimming Pool and Garden
The private 6×4-meter pool is right at the top of the hill, with a view of the natural stretch of green and the beautiful ocean in the distance. adorned the property with a manicured green lawn, crossed by stepping stones, while the mature frangipani trees spread their bewitching smell, definitely picturing the perfect tropical setting for your long-awaited romantic days with your partner. One pool gazebo with a thatched roof and cushions can be a great spot for you to cuddle or enjoy a good read in the afternoon. Soak your body under the sun with a pair of sunbeds available at the poolside.
Location of Vlla Bulan Madu
Villa Indah Manis and Villa Bulan Madu are located up on the hill in Uluwatu and are around 40 minutes’ drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. From the villa, it is an easy drive to reach everything interesting Uluwatu has to offer. This part of Bali is famous for the challenging waves, the short shoreline, and the pristine water. Wonders of the rocky beach exist; a true exoticism exists. From Padang Padang to Blue Point and Suluban, even the highly commercial Dreamland beach, is reachable in around 10 to 15 minutes’ drive.
After days of exploring beaches and getting tired of it, try the historical site of a temple sitting right at the tip of the ocean cliff, namely Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Here is also where, at sunset, you can watch the theatrical Ramayana Kecak Dance, which is surely not one to be missed. As it moves down further and is closer to Jimbaran, we finally get into the final project, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park, which is expected to be one of the tallest in Bali once it’s finished. Perhaps you can finally go downhill into Jimbaran to get a wonderful beachfront dining experience at the many seafood restaurants lined the shore.