Nusa Dua Villas are Bali’s finest in luxury accommodation
Villas in Nusa Dua will take your breathe away!
Nusa Dua is a truly special area of Bali, covering some of the southern most points on the island, where soaring cliffs expose steep drops against limestone-edged, white sand beaches. Here you will find some of the clearest waters on the island. The views from Nusa Dua vilas are simply incomparable with any other ocean backdrop on the island. Nusa Dua also exudes an air of upscale elegance and ease.Read more
Nusa Dua villas in Bali are close to all the family entertainment
Daily activities flow with smooth simplicity, because there is just something about this part of the island that maintains an effortless sense of luxury and fun. Stay in a Nusa Dua villa to experience exclusive luxury and relaxation and the refreshing holiday you deserve. With fine dining, some of the islands finest luxury spas and a range of other activities, your Nusa Dua villa will be an oasis at the centre of your perfect vacation in tropical paradise. Read on to find out more about some of the attractions that make staying in this part of Bali simply irresistible.
In the Nusa Dua Theatre there is a special delight that not nearly enough people ever take advantage of: Devdan, Treasure of the Archipelago. This spectacular show is a theatrical masterpiece that takes the audience on a journey through the exotic Indonesian islands. 90 minutes of action, humor and romance are unraveled by a boy and girl who discover a treasure chest filled with mysterious items representing each island and its unique culture. Choreography of the highest caliber provokes exhilarating reactions. Skilled dancers and acrobats portray the diverse cultures of Bali, Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Papua through fascinating dance, pyrotechnics, artificial rain, and other visually stunning theatrics. You will only ever find this one of a kind show in Nusa Dua, so find a villa in Nusa Dua Bali to be close to the action!
TWO NUSA DUA ISLANDS
‘Nusa Dua’ actually means ‘two islands’, and it is from the actual little islands that this whole area received its name from. Nusa Dua encompasses a small bay that provides great swimming. The southern island is a little bigger than the northern one, and features a sweeping field of grass where various international events and banquets are held. On normal days, it’s a wonderful recreational area speckled with shaded pavilions and elegant monuments. Pura Bias Tugel is a small temple on the sandy perimeter, and at the cliff’s edge there exists the ‘Water Blow’, famous for showing off quite the water spectacle. This southern Bali point displays an exciting and powerful crash of formidable waves against the limestone cliffs, revealing soapy saltwater spouts tens of meters into the air.
Museum Pasifika displays a beautiful collection of cultural and artistic artifacts from over 25 countries and 200 different artists. The dominant theme is Balinese life and culture, and guests will witness the works of renowned Balinese painter Nyoman Gursa and Javanese artist Raden Saleh. These are the two most notable idols in the Indonesian art world. Eleven rooms exhibit a different set of art. Indonesian, Italian, Dutch, and French works of art are displayed in rooms one to give, while temporary exhibitions fill in the remaining rooms. This museum is an artists dream come true! If you are a dreamer, or, a creator of things itching for inspiration, stay in villas Nusa Dua Bali to make a trip to Museum Pasifika.
Bali villas in Nusa Dua are walking distance to perfect white sandy beaches
Pantai Pandawa is truly one of the most stunning beaches in Bali. An enormous limestone formation borders this beach, and makes for a striking contrast of geographic features. Creative Balinese locals took advantage of the limestone canvas and carved deep arches into the ocean-facing cliffs, and built large statues of powerful characters from the ancient Mahabharata epic. The statues are known as the 5 Pandawas, or 5 Heroes. This is where the name of the beach stems from. Huge section of the limestone walls had to be cut out to create a pathway down to this ‘hidden’ beach, and as the shore gets closer and closer visitors will marvel at the crystal blue horizon spanning out in front of them. Pandawa Beach has one of the clearest blue waters and safest swimming environments on the island. A range of water sports are also available for more active day of fun. If you are a beach bum, Pandawa Beach may end up becoming your second home. Stay Bali villas Nusa Dua to make Pandawa Beach a daily stop on your island vacation!
Puja Mandala is a gorgeous complex of cultural and religious arrangements. This interesting site displays the difference places of worship that make up Indonesia’s five main religions. A two-hectare hilltop spawns a striking Buddhist temple, an extraordinary Hindu temple, an elegant Catholic Church, Protestant Church and an Islamic Mosque. Puja Mandala was created to become a landmark and embodiment of religious harmony. This complex is not only an entertaining highlight of Nusa Dua but also serves as a functional venue of worship among followers of the different religions. Weddings and holy day celebrations are also hosted here for each respective faith. Puja Mandala is the perfect example of Indonesia’s embrace of diversity and unity. When coming from villas in Nusa Dua Bali, let your driver know to take you by Jalan Kurusetra, Kampial Village, where Puja Mandala is located.
KUPU KUPU AMPHITHEATRE
This is a stunning and breathtaking venue that Bali visitors simply should never miss visiting! This open sky amphitheater is set on the edge of a towering limestone cliff on Bali’s southern most shores. A majestic statue looms over the stage and the resort’s beachfront sparkles in the background. Delectable buffet dinners are served while traditional Balinese dancers and actors give exhilarating performances. The atmosphere is simply electrifying as suspense builds throughout the live shows, and the ocean breeze reminds visitors that they are in a very spiritual island; influenced by centuries of beliefs in the mystical and divine. Guests are welcomed with tasty signature drinks and given local attire to don. A Balinese ‘kamen’ or waist cloth and slash as well as an ‘undeng’, headwear for men, are offered to the guests for a true Balinese experience. After the show, guests are welcomed onstage for merry pictures together with the dancers and their eye-catching, vibrant costumes. From your Nusa Dua Villas, simply head over to the Nikko Bali Resort & Spa to find the magical Kupu Kupu amphitheater .