Hidden away in the traditional Balinese village of Sogsogan, near Seseh, on Bali’s southwest coast, Villa Bangkuang rests within a coconut grove garden, unbroken by borders and fences, just a few hundred metres from a rugged surf beach.
The property was not built for business purposes; instead it is the realisation of a dream, a genuine home, lovingly designed to accommodate and fulfil the needs of a western family that has chosen to take holidays in Bali. Villa Bangkuang therefore merges the uniqueness of a comfortable private home with the indulgence of sumptuous vacation accommodation. Interior spaces display the idiosyncratic charm of an owner-decorated residence, imparting a restful, lived-in ambience from the very first day of occupancy.
The layout of the property utilises space, offering a captivating mix of luxury, recreation and privacy. Indeed, a group of eight people could stay here and still lose one other in the depths. Designed to blend with the environment and constructed with high quality local materials including creamy-white Palimanan stone, teak, bengkirai wood and ulin shingle, Villa Bangkuang combines traditional Balinese architectural elements with contemporary flair, counterpointing the lush external environment and presenting tropical living at its very best.