Villa Sati is located in the quiet village of Sebali in the district of Kaliki, an area of traditional rice fields and tree-filled ravines which have been carved by rivers racing through fertile volcanic soil. The Villa is one hour and 15 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, a 50-minute drive from several of Bali’s famed beaches, and about ten minutes from the town of Ubud. Its central location makes it convenient for touring the island. Situated 300 meters above sea level in the foothills of the central mountain range, the region boasts a fresher, more pleasant climate than the southern coastal regions. Ubud is Bali’s cultural centre; each surrounding village features a different art form, with skills handed down through the generations: painters, wood and stone carvers, weavers, silver and goldsmiths, mask makers and dancers.

Villa Sati - Ubud

Ubuds numerous art galleries and museums display works both modern and traditional which reflect the Islands rich history. Shops and market stalls sell handicrafts, jewellery, woodcarvings, textiles, paintings and antiques. Visitors flock to the frequent cultural dance performances, which are often performed in historic temples and palaces.

Many of the dances are based on the Hindu epic, The Ramayana. Most popular are the Kecak, Fire and the Legong Dances. Each village has its own Gamelan orchestra. Wherever you are the hypnotic rhythms of this staccato metallic and bamboo music is rarely out of earshot The Balinese practice a unique form of Hinduism. It is everywhere in evidence, a highly aesthetic sensibility that pervades every aspect of daily life. Frequent religious ceremonies, attended by beautifully costumed men and women, are often open to visitors.

Deep in rural Bali, yet only a ten minute drive from Ubud, the Islands cultural centre, Villa Sati appears to float upon its surrounding rice fields. This one bedroom plus hideaway, complete with plunge pool, takes its name from the Buddhist concept of mindfulness. It can be rented independently or in conjunction with Villa Vajra.

An arch of giant bamboo and an elaborate, traditional Balinese gateway marks the entrance to Villa Sati. This private, walled enclave on the grounds of Vajra Villas is comprised of two thatched-roof pavilions bordering a courtyard, a small garden and a pool. The main two-storey pavilion is a jewel-like marriage of wood and glass offering stunning panoramic views of the rice fields, allows for an appreciation of the complexity and beauty of time-honoured practices of rice farming. The area is also a birdwatchers paradise, and in every direction lies an invitation to leisurely exploration. The caring staff provide a glimpse into the gentle Balinese spirit, fulfilling their duties with enthusiasm and ready smiles.

The villa has been appealingly appointed by the owners who custom-designed the furnishings.

Living & Dining Room

The air-conditioned downstairs living-dining room has merbau wood floors with stone borders, and contemporary upholstered furniture of teak wood and rattan. Small bronze statues and artefacts reflect the serene ambience of the villa. The desk overlooks the rice fields as does the dining table, which is set in its own bay window; the cushioned bench seat invites lounging, reading, bird-watching or daydreaming. A teak unit houses a multi-channel satellite flat screen TV, DVD player and quality sound system. The DVD library offers a wide selection for movie viewing.

Kitchen & Food

Smoked glass doors slide open to reveal a small, fully-equipped kitchen where guests are free to practice their own culinary skills. The in-house cook will prepare your complimentary breakfast. A special treat is

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