The contemporary architecture is characterised by alang alang thatch or shingle roofs, polished terrazzo walls, lime-washed timbers,
open-air tropical living rooms and courtyard bathrooms open to the sky.
The extraordinary view takes in Bali’s chain of mountains from the sacred Mt Agung in the east, to Mt Batukau, the island’s second highest volcano which dominates the northern skyline.
Furnished with love, the interiors introduce natural materials, fabrics, antique and custom-made furniture and decorative pieces, while whimsical statues stand guard in the gardens.
Lombok doors, inlaid with mother of pearl, mark the entrances to bedrooms and bathrooms, and many more richly-patterned Timorese carvings are evident on doors, beds and pillars.
On a 3 hectares land, the Kembang Desa Villas
have been designed to recreate the feeling of Indonesia that was to be had decades ago....
To the west is a rugged beach of glistening black sand, fantastic sunsets and a coastal panorama that extends all the way down to Uluwatu on Bali’s south-western tip.
On a clear day you can see Java, and to the east you can watch the sunrise behind Mt Agung.
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Tel: (62 361) 742 3964 or Mobile: (62) 81558 101052
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