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Fabulous Indonesian resort – Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua

By Brian Pho


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Located in Indonesia, in Bali, Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua is a luxury resort-like property ready to accommodate lovers of exoticness. Deep in the heart of the Bali Tourism Development Corporation complex, the BTDC, in Nusa Dua, on the idyllic southern coast of Bali, the estate is newly-finished and focuses mostly on humane relaxation.

It encompasses a total of 39 villas, one-, two- or three-bedroom ones, each of them uniquely appointed and designed to serve as the best relaxation spot you can find. Garnished with intricate furnishing, richly textured materials and colorful touches, the interiors are extravagantly pleasant and stylish.

In terms of endowments, the villas are fitted with open lounge areas, private swimming pools, gazebo, luxury bathrooms and state of the art entertainment systems. In fact, the resort combines all the above-mentioned elements with typical Balinese elements, therefore what comes out is a dazzling display of traditionalism and tranquility.

Pascal Bellon, the manager of the resort, describes it as a “memorable sanctuary of villas in heavenly Bali that offer unprecedented level of privacy, five-star hospitality and a sense of serenity. The resort is inspired by the daily life of a traditional Balinese village.” In addition, the complex is exquisitely garnished with exotic features, lush gardens and private pools. Even the location is quite nice, a stone’s throw away from the pristine white sand beaches of Nusa Dua, with clear access towards the main convention centre of Bali.

The staggering Amarterra owes its name to the words “Amarta”, which means “water”. And “Terra” meaning earth. The nomination clearly explains the way the elements combine with each other and provide guests, from leisure tourists to honeymooners, with plenty of relaxation and silence. The architecture of the place itself is inspired from the 13th century Majapahit Kingdom. Don’t worry, the place also sports a boutique shop, meeting room, gallery, outdoor swimming pool, gymnasium and beach club.


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Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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