Moonlight Villa - an elite haven

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 8

Type: Villa

Moonlight Villa - an elite haven


Stunningly designed Moonlight Villa overlooks the Indian Ocean at Uluwatu on the south-west tip of Bali's Bukit Peninsula. Perched above a river gorge, this multi-level property has private access onto the pristine Suluban Beach and is just a few minutes' drive from many other of the island's best surfing beaches. Accommodation and facilities at this fully staffed villa include four air-conditioned ensuite bedrooms, multiple indoor and outdoor living and dining areas, a rooftop terrace and a very spacious poolside lounge and bar. This refreshingly different holiday villa in Bali is complemented by terraced gardens full of flowers and a 15-metre ...Read more

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Moonlight Villa - an elite haven
Bukit, Bali, Indonesia

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Moonlight Villa is in Uluwatu, a small village at the extreme southwestern point of The Bukit, Bali’s lemon-shaped peninsula. The area is characterised by wide open skies, dizzying cliffs, caves, timeworn sea temples, and breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. Uluwatu’s world class reefbreak, with its famous entry cave, was discovered in the early ‘70s by those in search of the perfect wave, and has been a Mecca for surfers ever since. The other attraction that draws visitors to this remote headland is Pura Luhur Uluwatu; an 11th century Hindu temple balanced on the very edge of the perpendicular cliffs, 70m above the Ocean. A 20-minute stroll from Moonlight Villa, down a series of steep steps, is Suluban Beach, which is the closest beach to the villa and accessible at low tide, but it’s not safe to swim here. Above the beach is a jumbled collection of cliff-edge warungs (eateries) and surfer hangouts. This is a great spot to enjoy one of Bali’s legendary sunsets, while watching the experts riding the waves at Suluban Point. Less than two kilometres away is the archetypically enchanting Padang Padang Beach, nestled in a pocket of lava-rocks. A few other luxury villas and small hotels dot the cliffs at Uluwatu but apart from some simple restaurants there is little else in the immediate area.



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