An Amazing Location
Villa Bidadari Cliffside Estate is located in Nusa Dua, in the south of Bali. It is only a 30 minute drive via the recently opened Jalan Toll Bali Mandara from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Bali National Golf Club (BNGC)
Bali National Golf Club is located in Nusa Dua and is now only a 10 minute drive from the villa Bidadari. This beautiful tropical landscape now offers visitors to Bali a truly unique golfing experience with an internationally designed and constructed championship golf course of some 7,166 yards from the back Tees.
Uluwatu Sacred Temple
Bali is often referred to as the "Island of the Gods" due to the Hindu religious practices and temples that are so much a part of the Balinese culture. Pura Luther Uluwatu Temple is located on the most Southern tip of Bali and is relatively close to Bidadari Cliffside Estate. The Uluwatu temple compound is situated on a cliff top at the edge of a plateau 250 feet above the waves of the Indian Ocean. The temple was originally founded in the 10th century making it one of the oldest temples in Bali. Later additions to the Uluwatu site were added over the following 5 centuries. Uluwatu is dedicated to the spirits of the sea and is in fact made from black coral rock excavated from the ocean cliffs below. The sunsets viewed from Uluwatu are famously beautiful. Check with the Villa Manager regarding appropriate attire for visiting the Balinese Hindu Temples as there is an important dress code to respect.
Uluwatu Beach, on the reef just below the sacred Uluwatu Temple, is the most famous surfing location in Bali. Surfers come from around the globe to experience some of the best and most consistent waves on the Island of Bali. Please note that Uluwatu is recommended for experienced surfers only. Dreamland Beach, just 3 kilometers from Uluwatu is a favorite surfing spot for locals and tourists. The warm water and beach-break type waves assure a memorable surfing experience.
Private Beach Cove
From the Balinese Cabana at Bidadari Cliffside Estate you can access a rustic stairway built by the Balinese Kelp Farmers leading down to a private Beach Cove. The pristine fine white sands of the cove feel stimulating on your bare feet. Footprints in the sand are washed away every high-tide so your prints may be the only impressions seen on the beach that day. It doesn't get any more serene and contemplative than to take a walk along the private cove during low tide to witness the jagged limestone cliffs contrasted against the smooth delicate sand under foot.
Bali is home to some of the finest restaurants in Asia, many located only a short journey away from the villa.