Bali Villa Reservation features a great selection of fully staffed villas that have been hand-chosen specifically for attributes such as locality, service and facilities, located in tranquil settings and feature facilities such as private swimming pool, tropical garden, outdoor bathroom, equipped kitchen and separate living and dining environments. Some of our villas are also highlighted by a personal Jacuzzi and traditional Balinese lounging pavilion to heighten the degree of luxury and comfort provided.
In addition to modern amenities, any villa you rent will reflect Balinese lifestyle throughout : floors and walls are made from local wood and natural stone, high roofs cover airy living and dining areas, and large garden bathrooms are full of flowers and plants. And you'll appreciate the comfort and informality you can only experience in a private home.
Villa Daana Bali Price: $ 501 - 1000, Canggu4 BEDROOM
- OAZIA SPA Villas are situated amongst several quaint Balinese villa ...
Villa Kavaya Bali Price: $ 501 - 1000, Canggu
Villa Kavaya is luxury four bedroom villa with an 18 meters private swimming pool and ...
Villa Arwana Bali Price: $ 501 - 1000, Umalas4 Bedroom
- Rural Serenity
Enveloped within the semi-rural village of ...
|Villa Bayanaka Bali Price: $ 101 - 200, Canggu2 BEDROOM
- Villa Bayanaka is a Balinese style villa located in Canggu. Blessed ...
Villa Sarasvati Bali Price: $ 501 - 1000, Canggu1-4-5-8-9
- Villa Sarasvati is the second villa located within the prestigious ...
Bali Beach Front Dining
The south Bali coast has a wonderful selection of warungs and restaurants. Some enjoy the added advantage of being located with an ocean view. Here is a rundown of some of the favourite eating establishments located at the beach.
UNFCCC starts in Nusa Dua Bali
The much anticipated UNFCCC (UN Framework Conference for Climate Change) has started in Nusa Dua Bali. The security levels are significant, with thousands of police and army on standby. The UNFCCC is set to begin December 4th - 15th, 2007. Over 10,000 delegates will attend and Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.
Bali Rimba Reptile Park
Adjacent to the Bali Bird Park, the Bali Rimba Reptile Park promises to be a fascinating and educational experience for the whole family. Reptiles on display within the green landscape include an eight-meter reticulated python, possibly the largest in captivity, green iguanas, water monitors and crocodiles. An open-air area allows visitors to interact with some of the tamer species. The serpent cave houses a large collection of venomous snakes and the famous Komodo dragons.
Bali Bird Park
Enter a fascinating world of exotic sights and sounds... at Bali Bird Park. Hundreds of the world's rarest and most beautiful birds greet you as you stroll through tropical gardens. The variety and radiance of Indonesian parrots will captivate and enthrall you and rare Cassowaries, Black Palm Cackatoos, Hornbills and one of the world's largest and most varied collection of Birds of Paradise will fascinate you.
Bali Flights - Traveling to Bali by Plane
Bali's International Airport is actually located in Tuban - Kuta but is listed with the airlines under the islands capital city's name Denpasar or DPS. There are a number of major airlines that service Bali.
KNKT releases facts about AirAsia QZ8501 crash
The transportation ministrys National Transportation Safety Commission (KNKT) has released 18 points of factual information in a preliminary report based on the black box recording of the ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501.
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The United States Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake echoed his countrys serious concerns regarding the Listeria monocytogenes bacteria being detected in the apples exported from the United States to Indonesia.
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Inside the world of medical tourism (Thu, 29 Jan 2015 11:14:39 EST) No item elements found in rss feed.
Feel like you need to get away? Want to tour a foreign country or relax on an exotic beach? Maybe want to take a few sick days to do it? You're not the only one. It's a growing phenomenon called "medical tourism."
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