Jajalulina

June 15, 2010 in Indonesia

This is our last accommodation in Bali.

First there was a villa that overlooks rice terrace, mountain and a magnificent temple in Ubud, then there was a posh resort next to one of the most happening streets of boutiques and cafes in Seminyak, now this is a whole new different world.

A private villa consists of 3 separated pavilions, a huge ass T shape swimming pool within a spacious courtyard garden, all to yourself.

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Like discovering the Wonderland.

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Lounge pavilion. Watch tv, play games, switch on the music.

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Main living pavilion and a staircase to the two bedrooms upstairs.

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One of the rooms upstairs.

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Master bedroom

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Super huge bathroom

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Outdoor bath

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The lawn

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View from the entrance.

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Artsy pictures

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Playing with laser lights at night. <3

Now what’s the advantage of staying in a private villa like this compared to other hotels?

1. You get to do everything you like, no one’s gonna bother about you. Dive into the pool, do BBQ party, bring your pets (if you fly them over la wtf), switch on super loud music etc.

2. Butler service. Get them to cook for you, do your laundry, fetch your slippers maybe, at a rate so much cheaper than what you normally pay in a hotel.

3. It can house up to 10 people or even more. Invite your friends over and throw a party! Or a wedding. Pull an Amber Chia. Whatever. The price might look a bit steep at first but if you split it among 10  friends then it suddenly sounds so much more affordable.

4. It’s your own world. You don’t have to layan or interact with anyone else if you don’t like to (except maybe your butler).

More info at Jajalulina.

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