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Kaba Kaba is among Bali's most exclusive villas - a spectacular eight-bedroom estate leisurely spread over more than three acres, staffed by a large professional team including a private Chef, and designed for regal entertaining, multiple family gatherings and romantic weddings.
The villa's fabulous rural rice-terrace setting, panoramic views, private multi-pavilion design, antiques-filled interiors, fascinating art collection and no-expense-spared facilities - including four pools, a tennis court, home theatre, games room, spa and gym - create an unmatched experience for up to 18 guests.
Those seeking royal treatment in palatial surroundings will find all this and more at the enchanting eight-bedroom Kaba Kaba Estate. Built on royal land on the edge of Kaba Kaba village in Bali's Tabanan regency, this stately villa will have guests in its thrall. From the Rajasthan palace elephants guarding the lotus courtyard to the gilded throne from a Burmese temple presiding over the dining pavilion, the stunning interiors are a treasure trove of skillfully curated antiques, curios and paintings that reveal the owners’ passion for Asian culture and contemporary art.
The elegant living areas and bedroom suites scattered among the multiple pavilions of this glorious estate enjoy majestic views; beyond manicured lawns dappled with palms, lotus ponds and sparkling swimming pools, an emerald sea of rice terraces rolls towards the Indian Ocean a few kilometres south, and northwards towards Bali's dramatic volcanic peaks shimmering on the horizon. Closer to home, Kaba Kaba's no-expenses-spared facilities command sovereign attention. Hold court at the head of the six-metre-long table set for a feast created by the accomplished chef. Sink into the deeply cushioned banquettes in the velvet-curtained home cinema. Work out in the gym before deservedly basking in a mandi lulur royal body treatment at the private spa. Serve an ace on the pro tennis court, score a goal at table football and take a bike ride through the rice fields. Naturally, these fabulous facilities are accompanied by impeccable service provided by the charming, professionally trained 23-strong staff.
• Media room with a projector screen, 60" TV and BOSE surround sound
• The villa offers an extensive individually priced menu of Balinese, Indonesian, western, vegetarian and children's meals; cocktails, wines and spirits, liqueurs and cigars. Daily continental breakfast is included in the rates. Special, off-menu requests and dietary needs are accommodated; dinner parties can be catered (charges apply).
• Kaba Kaba Estate is a wonderful wedding and event venue, catering for up to 200 people (with prior notice).
Kaba Kaba Estate is designed to offer guests the utmost comfort and luxury during their stay. With that in mind, this villa is equipped with an array of amenities and service that include:
• Daily continental breakfast
• Wireless internet access
• Complimentary car with driver for eight hours per day (cost of gas is extra)
• Welcome drink and fruit basket
• Turndown service
• Personal service by the villa manager, housekeeper, Chef/cook, security and attendants
• Exclusive use of the whole villa and listed facilities
Kaba Kaba Estate lies on the edge of a historic rural village of the same name in the Tabanan regency of southwest Bali. With an outlook that re-affirms the regency's epithet of 'Bali’s rice bowl', the villa gazes northwards and eastwards across a seemingly endless expanse of rice fields towards the majestic volcanic peaks of Mount Agung, Batur and Batukaru. This glorious setting promises guests a rare experience of Bali's rural rhythms largely unchanged over centuries.
Among the treasures of Kaba Kaba village are myriad temples including an ancient shrine from the 14th century, pre-dating the arrival of the Majapahit court. Bali's iconic Tanah Lot sea temple is a ten-minute drive away, as is the wild black-sand beach at Seseh. The surfers’ haunt of Echo Beach, with its smattering of casual waterfront cafés, is only five minutes further, and the glamorous boutiques and restaurants of Seminyak are less than half an hour from the villa.
9 km to Seseh Beach
10 km to Echo Beach
12 km to Hotel Tugu Bali and Tanah Lot Temple
16 km to Seminyak
22 km to Ubud
23 km to Waterbom Bali
26 km to Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS)
40 km to Bratan Lake
50 km to Jatiluwih Rick Terraces
• With its warm seas, almost year round season, relatively uncrowded beach and reef breaks and suitability for all levels of experience, Bali surfing is world-renowned.
• Explore the scenic rice-field landscape and rural villages by bicycle; a great way to get under the skin of the 'real' Bali. Stop off at a local warung (cafe) to sample some basic Balinese fare or cool off with a cold drink.
• Visit the mystical Hotel Tugu (Bali's first museum-hotel) studded with priceless Indonesian artworks and antiques and its award-winning spa offers age-old Eastern therapies. The hotel's restaurants offer authentic Chinese and Indonesian fine dining, as well as an international menu, in a variety of unique settings. At the rustic Waroeng Tugu you can taste the traditional Javanese and Balinese cuisine of bygone centuries.
• Make a pilgrimage to sacred Pura Tanah Lot, one of Bali’s biggest tourist magnets. Perched high on a craggy, wave-lashed rock, this ancient sea temple is best savoured at sunset; be sure to receive a blessing from the Hindu Priests (and watch out for the monkeys, who are very adept at helping themselves to anything from snacks to sunglasses and even cameras!)
• Desa Seni at Berawa Beach, is an eco-friendly village resort providing an authentic Indonesian experience through the exploration of culture, art and yoga. The resort offers a wide variety of yoga classes and also has its own spa.
• Fashionistas, trendies and shop-a-holics should hot-foot it down to Seminyak, Bali's most cosmopolitan enclave. Here, you can indulge for hours in the glut of stylish, chic boutiques. There is a wide choice of fine dining, mid range, and cheap and cheerful restaurants in Seminyak too: fine dining venues include Sarong, the famous Ku De Ta, Mamasan, La Lucciola, Sardine and Metis.
• There's a strip of restaurants and cafes at Echo Beach offering a wide range of dining options from chic and sceneful to cheap and cheerful. Try The Beach House for fresh seafood barbecues every night and live music on Sundays. And check out Cafe Dian here too - owned by the delightful Wayan, it serves local dishes and great fish 'n chips.
• Discover the charming Tabanan regency, revealing terraced rice fields, volcanic mountains and black-sand beaches dotted with fishing communities. Or head north to explore the volcanic lakes near the mountain town of Bedugul, including Lake Bratan with its photogenic and stunningly positioned Pura Ulun Danu - one of Bali’s most important temples.
• Jatuluwih Rice Terraces is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its preservation of traditional Balinese farming techniques. True to its name, which means extraordinary or truly marvelous, this scenic point at 850 metres (2,700 feet) above sea level offers one of the most breathtaking panoramic views imaginable, with rice terraces stretching all the way to southern Bali. Padi Bali (indigenous Balinese rice) with long graceful stalks is grown here.