Bali Resort Perched Over the Indian Ocean


Designed by Singapore-based architecture firm Woha, the award-winning Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort is located on the southern coastline of the Bukit Peninsula in Bali, close to an ideal area for surfing.

The resort has 52 one bedroom villas along with 5 cliff-side three bedroom villas and 25 private villas, each with its own pool and private pavilion perched above the Indian Ocean.

Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort is the first of its kind to achieve the highest level of certification for Environmentally Sustainable Development. Power is currently provided by biodiesel generators from the resort's organic waste, but the site will eventually use electricity generated from wind farms on the peninsula. The villas use natural ventilation instead of air-conditioning and the pools use saltwater rather than chlorinated water.

At a minimum of $520 a night, it's not cheap, but it sure looks like it's worth it…







Woha architects website
Alila's Villas Uluwatu Resort website
via [Robaid], [Homedsgn]

Eugene Kim

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