Bali Rich Luxery Villa

Bali Rich Luxery Villa, Indonesia

Bali Rich Luxury Villa, formerly Villa Kendil, was renewed in 2006 with some new features as well as a new name.  A tranquil haven in Bali, this villa is situated on Jalan Raya Kerobokan in authentic old Balinese village style, far from Kuta’s hustle bustle, but close to tourist attractions, nightlife and an 18 hole golf course for those who want to leave the peace of their villa. These individual villas, constructed of local wood and designed for spaciousness, privacy and luxury, are set amongst lush indigenous gardens. Ideal vacation rentals for short or long-term holidays, you choose between a single, two or three-bedroom villa. Each private accommodation has a single Balinese entrance and privacy is ensured by 12-foot walls between the villas.

Bali Rich Luxury Villa is comprised of fifteen two-storied Balinese houses, each with its own garden, large bathroom, outdoor shower, kitchen, and furnished in authentic old Balinese style. The smaller villas are called Lotus Villas, and there are 5 of the larger Frangipani Villas. The Frangipani Villas each have their own private plunge pool. Come experience the exotic local and luxury at this Balinese villa!

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