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Bali Radiance Villas is a Serenity Living in the north of Seminyak town that will delivers you from the tourist throng, away from hustle bustle of Tourist Central like Kuta, and offers a personal in touch onto local cultures and traditions. With a peaceful and beautiful surroundings, this is really a special place for those who seek serenity with style.
Bali Radiance Villas features modern villas with a private pool and a fully equipped kitchen with a stove. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are also provided. The villa comes with an open-concept living and dining area. Each bedroom comes with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and an en-suite bathroom with shower. Villa staff can arrange for massage services, motorbike and cars rental, sightseeing tour upon request to complement your days.
Nestled in semi – rural village of Banjar Anyar Kerobokan – north part of central Seminyak – Bali Radiance Villas is a secret secluded hideaway, within easy distance to the beach and mere minutes from Seminyak, the most sought-after destination on the island to dine, shop and party. No less exceptional is the easy access to the city’s myriad attractions and landmarks such as Echo Beach, Canggu Club, Nirwana Bali Golf Club, and magnificent Tanah Lot Temple. It has an easy access to all that the lively city has to offer.
Bali Radiance Villas is situated at Jl. Nakula, Banjar Anyar, Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia, about 35 minute drive away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Being away from tourist hotspots but still has an easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. It’s just 10 minutes’ drive from the trendy and buzzing area of Seminyak where popular beaches, find dining restaurants, and fascinating bars takes place.
It also need couples minute to other interesting spot including Canggu Club, Echo beach, Nirwana Bali Golf Club, and magnificent Tanah Lot Temple. It’s so private and quiet. What a perfect place for those whose seek tranquility and peace.
As a family-friendly residence, this splendid 3 bedrooms can comfortably accommodate up to six guests without compromising privacy. Built on an expansive 2.000 m2 domain with modern minimalism design, this exclusive holiday living is dedicated to personal indulgence and relaxation.
Bali Radiance Villas offers three beautiful bedrooms which furnished exquisitely and designed to provide guests with superior comfort, privacy, and relaxation. One bedroom lays in the ground floor overlooking the swimming pool and lush tropical garden also fitted with semi-open garden bathroom. Another two bedrooms are in the second floor comes with fresh green atmosphere from the surrounding. An office table is also provided for guests who need to stay on top of their business even while on holiday.
Take time to pamper yourself as each bedroom fitted with an air-conditioned, sliding glass doors, completed with a flat-screen cable TV and DVD player for your entertainment, generous wardrobe,and an en-suite bathroom featuring bath facilities as well as complimentary bath amenities. Fresh and fluffy towels and laundered linens are also provided in the room as well as Wi-Fi coverage.
Sit on the ground floor adjacent to the kitchen, the breezy living and dining area tastefully furnished with comfortable dark wood furniture and plush cushions which fit for six people. The six seated wooden dining table also occupies focal point at the spacious dining area overlooking to the sparkling swimming pool and tropical garden where you can simply laze around in. This spacious area also comes with a flat-screen cable TV with both local and international channel. Both living and dining area is open plan so this really provides an ease of access around your villa.
Small but well-appointed. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridgelarge, stove, water dispenser, blender, microwave, and sinkso you can easily make your favorite dish. This is where a simple but delicious meals lovingly prepares for you by our friendly staff. Having a hearty breakfast in the comfort of our villa before heading on your way to travel around the island should be the unforgettable moment beginning your day.
We offer all meals (breakfast is included in the rate and a menu offers lunch and dinner selections at a modest additional cost). We understand your desire to enjoy local flavors adjusted to western taste as well as the importance of quality and cleanliness in the fresh foods we present. We can cater in a modest and understanding way to special dietary needs with advance notice.
POOL & GARDEN
An enticing natural green-stone swimming pool sits strategically in the edge of the compound, promoting easy access from both master bedroom and living room. With Length 8m x 2m and approximately 1.5 m depth, the swimming pool is available for you to use during both day and night time.
By day it is a cooling haven and by night the pool is a dramatic backdrop, reflecting the moon and stars above. It is a real treat when staying inside this nice pool. The pool has no section for swimming laps and we advise extra caution to be taken when swimming in it, as we cannot assume responsibility for any injuries or accident.
Facilities & Services
Space, privacy, and friendly services await you at Bali Radiance Villa. Committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible, a wide range of services and amenities including the pool is yours. You will never share the villa with other guests to ensuring your complete privacy. Get an exclusive use of the entire villa and escape your stresses of the day.
Enjoy the most delight stay with experienced, friendly, well trained, and service oriented staff. We carefully consider staff placement and employ individuals only with expertise, a positive attitude and the ability to learn.They will do their utmost to please with their warm and friendly Balinese hospitality.
|Villa Manager||:||Our villa manager is responsible for the overall operation of the villa, including staffing and guest satisfaction. He will coordinate requirements with the chef and other staff, and will assist guests during their stay, with the help of a guest services assistant.|
|Chef||:||The chef will happily prepare Western, Asian, and children’s dishes, as well as discuss special requests and dietary requirements.|
|Butlers||:||Our butlers are dedicated to five-star service, ensuring guests have whatever they need. They serve snacks, meals and beverages throughout the day, and look after daily housekeeping. A butler is on call 24 hours a day.|
|Security Guards||:||Guards provide night security at the villa.|
|Gardeners||:||Outdoor areas are well tended by a team of gardeners and pool attendants.|
We want you to have a wonderful stay. If there is anything at all that is not to your liking or you need special assistance your first point of contact should be with your manager.
Get extra rental benefit and supplement during your stay at Bali Radiance Private Villas as you’re all set for an amazing holiday that goes easy on your wallet.
|Low Season||USD 170 /night|
|High Season||USD 200 /night|
|Peak Season||USD 240 /night|
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Maximum Occupancy included in the rates for this property: 6 people
Dining for Six people, occasional chairs. Private swimming pool – Two sun beds and pool towels. All Bedroom with a queen size bed (200cm x 180cm). Extra Bed is available with size (200cm x 100cm) only in master bedroom, with additional cost. Air-conditioned and generous wardrobe space in each bedroom. Large TV in living room and all room with international channels, movies, news, cartoons, sports. Bathroom in each bedroom with shower (hot and cold), All bed linen, towels, toilet paper, and drinking water are provided and they are included in the rental price and will be replenished as needed. Fully equipped kitchen. Free internet connection (Wi-Fi) in all buildings, poolside and most of the garden. Private off-street parking.
Bali, the famed “Island of the Gods”, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world’s most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards. Bali has something to offer a very broad market of visitors from young back-packers right through to the super-rich.
Travel & Leisure Magazine has awarded Bali the World’s Best Island in 2009, while the Lonely Planet’s Best of Travel 2010 ranked Bali second place among the world’s Top Regions.
The rapid growth of development in tourism has had a big impact and influences to Bali tradition and lifestyle. Interestingly, Balinese culture is still as what it was, growing along with the of globalization. It is the Balinese civilization what makes the island different from other destination.
The tourism industry is primarily focused in the south, while significant in the other parts of the island as well. The main tourist locations are the town of Kuta (with its beach), and its outer suburbs of Legian and Seminyak (which were once independent townships), the east coast town of Sanur (once the only tourist hub), in the center of the island Ubud, to the south of the Ngurah Rai International Airport, Jimbaran, and the newer development of Nusa Dua and Pecatu.
The island of Bali lies 3.2 km (2 mi) east of Java, and is approximately 8 degrees south of the equator. Bali and Java are separated by the Bali Strait. East to west, the island is approximately 153 km (95 mi) wide and spans approximately 112 km (69 mi) north to south; administratively it covers 5,780 km2, or 5,577 km2 without Nusa Penida District, its population density is roughly 750 people/km2.
Bali’s central mountains include several peaks over 3,000 metres in elevation. The highest is Mount Agung (3,031 m), known as the “mother mountain” which is an active volcano. Mountains range from centre to the eastern side, with Mount Agung the easternmost peak. Bali’s volcanic nature has contributed to its exceptional fertility and its tall mountain ranges provide the high rainfall that supports the highly productive agriculture sector. South of the mountains is a broad, steadily descending area where most of Bali’s large rice crop is grown. The northern side of the mountains slopes more steeply to the sea and is the main coffee producing area of the island, along with rice, vegetables and cattle. The longest river, Ayung River, flows approximately 75 km.
Being just 8 degrees south of the equator, Bali has a fairly even climate year round. With sunshine shining throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius or 68 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainy season starts from October to March, when the West monsoon brings heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is considered the driest season, with low humidity and it can be fairly cold in the evenings, the best time for any outdoor activities.
Unlike most of Muslim-majority Indonesia, about 83.5% of Bali’s population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, formed as a combination of existing local beliefs and Hindu influences from mainland Southeast Asia and South Asia. Minority religions include Islam (13.3%), Christianity (1.7%), and Buddhism (0.5%). These figures do not include immigrants from other parts of Indonesia.
Balinese Hinduism is an amalgam in which gods and demigods are worshipped together with Buddhist heroes, the spirits of ancestors, indigenous agricultural deities and sacred places. Religion as it is practised in Bali is a composite belief system that embraces not only theology, philosophy, and mythology, but ancestor worship, animism and magic. It pervades nearly every aspect of traditional life. Caste is observed, though less strictly than in India. With an estimated 20,000 puras (temples) and shrines, Bali is known as the “Island of a Thousand Puras”, or “Island of the Gods”. This is refer to Mahabarata story that behind Bali became island of god or “pulau dewata” in Indonesian language.
Life in Bali is very communal under the organization of villages. Temple ceremonies, marriage, cremation, farming and even the creative art festivals are decided by the local community institution called “Banjar”. The responsibilities in the day-to-day life are normally administered by both the Banjar and the government. The local government mostly responsible for schools, health clinics, hospitals and roads, and Banjar is responsible for all other aspects of life. There is another association exists in the banjar named “Subak” that concerns to the production of rice and organizes the complex irrigation system. Every family who owns a rice field must be a member of their local Subak, which then ensures that every member gets his fair distribution of water. A banjar consists of an average of 50 to 150 family members, owning a meeting venue called the Bale Banjar, which is used for regular gatherings and a center for local gamelan orchestras and drama groups.
Bali is renowned for its diverse and sophisticated art forms, such as painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handcrafts, and performing arts. Balinese cuisine is also distinctive. Balinese percussion orchestra music, known as gamelan, is highly developed and varied. Balinese performing arts often portray stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana but with heavy Balinese influence. Famous Balinese dances include pendet, legong, baris, topeng, barong, gong keybar, and kecak (the monkey dance). Bali boasts one of the most diverse and innovative performing arts cultures in the world, with paid performances at thousands of temple festivals, private ceremonies, or public shows.
The Hindu New Year, Nyepi, is celebrated in the spring by a day of silence. On this day everyone stays at home and tourists are encouraged to remain in their hotels. On the day before New Year, large and colourful sculptures of ogoh-ogoh monsters are paraded and finally burned in the evening to drive away evil spirits. Other festivals throughout the year are specified by the Balinese pawukon calendrical system.
Bali is known as an island of thousands temples. In every village in Bali, there are several temples and at least one small temple in each home of Balinese which reach to a total of 10.000.
Balinese word for temple is ‘pura’ which means ‘space surrounded by a wall‘. Although many temples are quiet and uninhabited, they are transformed into colorful, active and decorated places of worship when there is a festival. While offerings are made, performances of traditional dances and gamelan, cockfighting and gambling enliven the atmosphere.
All temples derive their direction from the mountains and the sea. The direction toward the mountains, Kaja, is the most significant direction. The direction toward the sea is Kelod. The direction toward the sunrise, Kangin, is found in most secondary shrines.
The first Hindus arrived in Bali as early as 100 BC, but the unique culture which is so apparent to any current day visitor to Bali hails largely from neighbouring Java, with some influence from Bali’s distant animist past. The Javanese Majapahit Empire’s rule over Bali became complete in the 14th century when Gajah Mada, Prime Minister of the Javanese king, defeated the Balinese king at Bedulu.
The rule of the Majapahit Empire resulted in the initial influx of Javanese culture, most of all in architecture, dance, painting, sculpture and the wayang puppet theatre. All of this is still very apparent today. The very few Balinese who did not adopt this Javanese Hindu culture are known today as the Bali Aga (“original Balinese”) and still live in the isolated villages of Tenganan near Candidasa and Trunyan on the remote eastern shore of Lake Batur at Kintamani.
With the rise of Islam in the Indonesian archipelago, the Majapahit Empire in Java fell and Bali became independent near the turn of the 16th century. The Javanese aristocracy found refuge in Bali, bringing an even stronger influx of Hindu arts, literature and religion.
Divided among a number of ruling rajas, occasionally battling off invaders from now Islamic Java to the west and making forays to conquer Lombok to the east, the north of the island was finally captured by the Dutch colonialists in a series of brutal wars from 1846 to 1849. Southern Bali was not conquered until 1906, and eastern Bali did not surrender until 1908. In both 1906 and 1908, many Balinese chose death over disgrace and fought en-masse until the bitter end, often walking straight into Dutch cannons and gunfire. This manner of suicidal fighting to the death is known as puputan. Victory was bittersweet, as the images of the puputan highly tarnished the Dutch in the international community. Perhaps to make up for this, the Dutch did not make the Balinese enter into a forced cultivation system, as had happened in Java, and instead tried to promote Balinese culture through their policy of Baliseering or the “Balinisation of Bali”.
Bali became part of the newly independent Republic of Indonesia in 1945. In 1965, after the failed coup d’etat which was allegedly backed by the Communist Party (PKI), state-instigated, anti-communist violence spread across Indonesia. In Bali, it has been said that the rivers ran red with the reprisal killings of suspected communists—most estimates of the death toll say 80,000, or about five percent of the population of Bali at the time.
The current chapter in Bali’s history began in the seventies when intrepid hippies and surfers discovered Bali’s beaches and waves, and tourism soon became the biggest income earner. Despite the shocks of the terrorist attacks in 2002 and 2005, the magical island continues to draw crowds, and Bali’s culture remains as spectacular as ever.
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Low Season USD 170 /night
High Season USD 200 /night
Peak Season USD 240 /night
Free welcome drink & Seasonal Tropical Fruit upon arrival.
Free House Keeping
Government tax and service charge is included in the rates
Extra Bed: USD 35 per Night
Airport transfer in USD 35 per one way (6 people)
Additional Breakfast: USD 10 Net/Person for adult and USD 5 net/person for children
Extra person exceeding maximum occupancy must use extra bed, Kids 12 years and under is free of charge when using the existing bed with parent
Low Season: 9 January – 30 June and 1 September – 19 December,
High Season: 1 July – 31 August,
Peak Season: 20 December – 8 January,
Check In / Check Out Time:
Check In Time at 02:00 PM, Check Out Time at 12:00 NOON, Request for late check-out or early check in is subjected to availability
Low Season : 2 nights, High Season : 3 nights, Peak Season : 5 nights,
Maximum Occupancy included in the rates for this property: 6 people
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