Bali is known for its beautiful scenery, rich culture, and stunning villas, so staying in a villa is pretty much a prerequisite for visiting Bali. One of the most luxurious villas on the island is Ipian Jiwa Villa. Located in the heart of the island, this luxurious villa provides an extravagant (and yet affordable) retreat for anyone seeking a peaceful and relaxing vacation.
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Ipian Villa is in the charming village of Ubud, a short distance from the famous Seminyak and Canggu areas. The villa is surrounded by lush green rice fields, coconut groves, and palm trees, and is defined by its contemporary design, complemented by traditional Balinese architecture. The villa is built of natural stone, local timber, and traditional roofing tiles, and the design features floor-to-ceiling windows, open-plan living spaces, and a spacious, infinity-edged swimming pool facing the rice field. The pool area is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or relaxing with a cocktail.
The two-bedroom villa, Ipian Raga, overlooks the rive fields, and comes with a private pool, kitchen, and dining area. The Ipian Cinta villas, the property’s one-bedroom accommodations, are five bamboo villas with stunning views from the bedrooms and bathrooms. You’ll also get an Instagrammable picnic breakfast.
Perhaps the most luxurious accommodation here is Ipian Hati, the three-bedroom luxury private pool villas. Each room has large bads, air conditioning, and a TV, and there’s also a private swimming pool with poolside cabanas, as well as a modern full kitchen.
Make sure to get out of the villa and explore Ubud, too. Known as the cultural capital of Bali, Ubud is home to some of the island’s most iconic attractions and activities. The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is a natural reserve located in the heart of Ubud, home to hundreds of long-tailed macaques, as well as many sacred temples and moss-covered statues. You can also visit Ubud Palace, the official residence of the local royal family. The stunning palace was built in the 1800s and features intricate carvings and traditional Balinese architecture.