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Villa in Jimbaran
The Jewel Villa
sleep Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms
Perched on top of an emerald hill, this stunningly beautiful and ultramodern villa epitomizes high lifestyle and offers sweeping views of Southern Bali and the ocean. An exclusive place for tasteful Bali vacations.
Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Jacuzzi - Outside, Hot Tub, Private Swimming Pool, Shared Swimming Pool, Wood Fireplace, Internet Access
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USD 550 – 750
Per Night
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Villa in Jimbaran
Villa Exotic
sleep Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms
With antique rustic element from multiple cultures, a pool, and a semi-open lifestyle, this artistic three-bedroom villa offers all the blessings of Bali. Spacious and tasteful, the place will be etched in your memories forever.
Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Jacuzzi - Outside, Private Swimming Pool
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USD 375 – 425
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Jimbaran Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Jimbaran Bali


Jimbaran lies in the southern part of Bali at the neck of the Bukit Peninsula. The town is centered around Jimbaran Bay where beautiful villas are perched along the ridges that overlook the bay. Originally the town was a small fishing village and it is still a popular market town where you can buy local produce. Nowadays, the Jimbaran beaches are lined with numerous restaurants and dining tables lit by candlelight. It is a good base from which to explore the more mountainous Bukit Peninsula and surfing beaches further south. However, Jimbaran is known for it's upscale resorts and villas instead of a laid back village. All these amenities make Jimbaran vacations popular with those that like something unique.

Jimbaran is an authentic Balinese local community mixing harmoniously luxury resorts, secluded beaches and tropical forests is Jimbaran. The renowned Jimbaran Bay and beach is strategically positioned on the southwestern coast as connector of Bali to the Bukit Peninsula. Visiting Jimbaran while in Bali is an outstanding must, for ones of the most spectacular beaches around here, terrific seafood and a local flavored community. A first timer will be surely impressed by a paradisiac landscape, turquoise waters, sparkling waves, an ancestral silence and the peace of the beginnings, a true mystical link to the universe.

A typical Balinese settlement, the town of Jimbaran is a weave of narrow streets, small alleys and gangs inviting to relaxation and reverie, in a remote corner of this world. Add to this a sudden visit to one of the numerous luxury spas, and you will have a memorable day.

Jimbaran Bay, entitled as one of the best beaches and one of the safest on the Balinese island, with white, fine sand and tranquil waters, is a peak choice among tourists. Another unique beach with exotic views towards dramatic cliffs, verdant arbores and majestic sunsets is Tegal Wangi Beach.

Jimbaran Bay gathers fifty seafood specialized restaurants, settled on the beach with the strait mission to offer tourists the quintessential experience of Bali – tasting local seafood during a proverbial sunset. The periplus may continue with a cocktail famed location at Rock Bar, or at Sundara with some libations under the sparkling sidereal sky.

Jimbaran is not just about marvelous beaches, swimming and eating, it is also a cultural and artistic spot that breath spirituality. It hosts one of the Bali’s religious pillars, one of the key sea temples Pura Luhur Uluwatu or Uluwatu Temple. Famous for its glorious location, pending 70 m above the sea level on the top of an abrupt cliff, the iconic Uluwatu Temple delights its visitors with stunning colorful sunsets views, wide angle panoramas of the crystalline Indian Ocean waters and dramatic Kecak dance performances during sunset. Uluwatu is a true exponent of the Balinese architecture, displaying ancestral sculptures and traditional gateways.

Another must stop in Jimbaran is indubitably Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, meant to preserve the traditions, the arts, the cultural, spiritual and culinary specificity of Bali. Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) is hosting the construction of the giant statue of Vishnu, riding a “garuda” (a mythical creature), the future blazon of Bali, which will provide sumptuous panoramas of Bali and of the ocean. A veritable cultural hub, GWK offers the infrastructure for cultural and artistic performances, conferences, exhibitions and traditional shows. It comprises the Plaza Wisnu, the highest point in the park, Parahyangan Somaka Giri - a sacred spring, Bali Art Market – a souvenir shop, Lotus Pond – the largest outdoor precinct, Indraloka Garden – proving superb vistas of Bali, Balairung Dewi Sri – the exhibition hall, the Amphitheatre and Street Theatre.