Review: Villa Sahaja in Umalas, Bali

From the moment you arrive at the Villa Sahaja, Umalas and push open the large wooden door you’re encapsulated by sense of extravagance and expense. The two bedroom open plan villa boasts its own private pool surrounded by tropical plants, a roof-top sun deck, a fully equipped kitchen, eight person dining table, flat screen TV’s with satellite and DVD players in each room, two bathtubs, and two four-poster beds. It’s hard to see how anyone wouldn’t fall in love with these plush villas.




The aim of the game here is complete privacy, whilst offering a home away from home with all the amenities and conveniences you’re likely to need. We had a particularly good time slicing and dicing vegetables to make our first home cooked meal of the year! We felt like kings sat at the grandiose dining table as we clinked glasses to the sound of Marvin Gaye, before tucking into our pasta and vegetable concoction. And of course, we couldn’t resist filling the huge stone bathtub with bubbles and having a soak whilst we indulged in another glass of red!

The master bedroom is spacious and light, the sliding patio doors lead straight to the pool deck, meaning a quick morning swim is irresistible. Whilst, the second floor sun deck provides magnificent views over the lush green rice paddies, serving up the perfect opportunity to dream away your afternoon.

Situated just 45 minutes drive from Bali’s International Airport, and right next to trendy Seminyak guests will be spoiled for choice with the large number of great cafes, restaurants and shops in the area. It’s around a ten minute drive to the beach, where you can experience some of the world-famous beach clubs such as Potato Head and Ku De Ta.

The Villa Sahaja is perfect for a small family, or two couples wishing to find a private oasis from which to explore the sites, sounds and tastes of Bali!




A night at the Villa Sahaja, Umalas costs $250 (£150) per night during low season. To make a reservation click HERE



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2 Responses to Review: Villa Sahaja in Umalas, Bali

  1. EIPL Group 8 January, 2020 at 12:28 pm #

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  2. Ashking 20 May, 2017 at 10:39 am #

    very nice villa and very nice photos with the post. Thank You for sharing with us. That photos are so cool.I think Bali ray white is another villa for good people who want to live in Bali. Thank For you great post.
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