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  • Absolutely Outstanding

    "I stayed in Legian at the Hidden Garden Villas and it was beyond my expectations. The staff were very friendly and accommodating and the breakfasts were delicious and satisfying. Every day the Villa was cleaned to perfection. The position of the Villas in Legian is the most impressive it being only a few minutes walk to day spas, the beach and hundreds of shops and restaurants yet you would never guess this as the laneway it lives in is very quiet and peaceful. The villas have their own private pools perfect for a dip in after a hard mornings shopping and perfect for relaxing by in a bikini in private. The villa I stayed in had an en-suite with every bedroom so no sharing which was a real luxury! It truly became my home away from home….."
    Guest: Jack Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: September 19, 2012
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  • Property was as advertised and more so with the great staff!

    "This villa was "as advertised." The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. They were amazing and were miraculously there when you needed them but did not disturb us when we wanted privacy. The view is unbeatable and the house is 5 star quality with all of the amenities that you would expect. Keep in mind that the price included a manager, maids, a driver, security, and private chef. The food was excellent - we paid for the cost of the groceries and the chef would cook whatever we wanted. The food was much much better and cheaper than going to nearby resort restaurants. Our party included my wife, elderly parents and 12 and 15 year old boys. All were able to enjoy the villa with afternoon swims, walks to the beach, massages, and snacks. For better or worse ---Internet service was available and satellite TV - both of which we ended up using since we where there for over a week. Tips: We used the villa as a base for our day trips. It is far south so longer trips towards central Bali need to be planned as all-day trips. A trip to Ubud is an all day trip. Also, it helps a lot if you plan meals well ahead of time. The house is not a stocked restaurant so the chef needs to buy ingredients ahead of time. Overall, the staff makes you feel special and comfortable and you cannot get this type of privacy and flexibility if we stayed at a resort. Highly recommend."
    Guest: David T. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • OUR WOW MOMENT!

    "We arrived at Villa Campuhan in the afternoon and were immediately shown to Villa Lumbung. From the moment we stepped through the gate, we wereblown away by the sheer beauty of this place. The setting is truly magical and we kept pinching ourselves to make sure we weren't dreaming. Villa Lumbung was pretty as a picture and we were quite amazed by how big it was. Perfect for the two of us. The room was beautifully decorated with windows framing the most beautiful views you could hope for. We soon went exploring and found lush, very well kept grounds, a tranquil pond, a beautiful pool a stones throw from the ocean. And then Villa Campuhan-the communal room for relaxing and meals. What a sight - no wonder it featured on the front of a magazine. From this moment on, we were in the lap of luxury but completely without pretension. We had our breakfast and dinner here each day and the view was to die for. The meals were of a very high standard - no menu for dinner, just whatever the staff bought in the local market that day. Lunch was chosen from the menu and was taken on the picnic table right beside the ocean. The staff here are absolutely terrific. As is often the case, the staff can make or break a property and here, they are a real asset. Ketut, the manager, was a pleasure to deal with and assisted us with booking a driver/guide to take us around the local area. Blakey was a great driver/guide, a very warm and friendly person, and we certainly recommend his services. The gardens were immaculately maintained and we saw many staff constantly tending to the gardens. The chefs/kitchen staff/room attendants/gardeners were all very friendly whilst maintaining a professional standard. We were completely content to spend most days by the pool. The weather was perfect and as this is the beginning of the season, only two of the villas were reserved, so we often had the place to ourselves. Everything about this property is perfect. The individual villas and the communal room were beautifully decorated and the location outstanding. Everything was spotlessly clean and well maintained. The only suggestion I would have would be to have your own transport if you want to do some sightseeing as it is a little remote (local village worth a visit too). It was about 30 minutes to Candi Dasa if you feel the need to dine out - we only did on one occasion and even though we enjoyed the meal, we couldn't wait to get back to Villa Campuhan! Thank you Barbara!"
    Guest: Polly Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: June 1, 2014
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  • Amazing property and staff. Villa Dragonfly is currently our favorite place in the world.

    "This September was our 4th time staying at Villa Dragonfly. We were on Bali for holiday, to surf Uluwatu, Padang and the other breaks. Surf was good (we are spoiled). The Villa experience is great. After our return home my wife and I discussed how our love for Bali and our expreriences at Villa Dragonfly were synonymous. The architecture of the buildings, gardens, pool, etc. is breathtaking. The photo's on VRBO, although nice pic's, just do not accurately show the beauty of the Villa and grounds. Staff is friendly, helpful, (great breakfasts!) and now are like family. This is super close to Uluwatu and Padang as well as other surf spots on the Bukit. All of the basics are covered easily (plenty of hot water, ice cold AC, no interior bugs, nice electronics) and the pool at the villa is simply amazing. The spot has such a rich patina of authenticity that our only hope is that Villa Dragonfly is still available the next time we can return. Big Mahalo's to everyone at Villa Dragonfly !"
    Guest: Mr. Penn Date of Stay: September 2012 Review Submitted: October 22, 2012
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Indonesia Travel Tips

Visitors to Indonesia Vacation Rentals

Indonesia is a beautiful tropical paradise. The country is made up of more than 17,000 islands of which only about 6,000 are inhabited. Some of the islands are land masses that are shared with either Papua New Guinea or Malaysia. Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi are the three largest of the islands wholly owned by Indonesia. Indonesia has many beautiful beaches and coral reefs. Because of its year-round warm climate, it attracts many sun lovers and people who enjoy beach vacations.

Bali is known for its vibrant night life and well-run beach resorts. The coral reefs in Indonesia are some of the best in the world. Scuba divers often are those who like to visit the more remote islands and dive on the pristine coral reefs that are found there. Indonesia is a place that is culturally interesting. Eating out is an experience and the local food is fragrant and spicy. Many fruits and vegetables are grown on the islands and make up a major part of many of the local dishes.

Attractions at Indonesia Villas

Bali is the most well known of Indonesia's islands. It has a wealth of resorts and has probably the most efficient tourist infrastructure. The area is a contrast of beautiful sandy beaches and forested highlands which attract the more adventurous travelers. Sulawesi is known for its top-class dive sites. On land, it has an equally rich diversity of fauna and flora. Sumatra is an island that is known for its rugged landscapes and wild natural resources. It is also one of the most populated on the islands and holds great cultural wealth. Kalimantan is the far southeastern part of Borneo. The island is an adventurer's paradise. Thick jungle covers most of the island which is home to the well-known Orangutan. The island of Java is where you will find the big city of Jakarta. If you have an interest in Indonesian culture you can experience it here.

Finding Your Way to Your Indonesia Accommodation

While there are numerous airports in Indonesia, because of the many islands that make up the country, the three main airports are found near Jakarta, Denpasar on Bali, and Surabaya on East Java. Most international flights from Europe, North America, Australia and other Far East cities will arrive in either Denpasaror or Jakarta. Often for flights from the United States, you will need to route via one of the nearby Far East cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Toyko or Kuala Lumpur. If you are already traveling in the Far East, you may consider taking a ferry from Malaysia as this is more affordable. However, be sure to check the weather report before traveling as some ferries will depart even if the weather is too dangerous to travel. In general, the safest way to travel from point to point in Indonesia is by plane. There are good regional flight connections that can take you to some of the more remote destinations. Stick to the more reputable airlines as the low-cost offers are usually on local airlines that are poorly maintained.

Best Time of Year to Visit Indonesia

Indonesia straddles the equator and therefore has a warm and tropical climate. There is very little temperature variation between the seasons. In fact, there is no such thing as summer, winter, spring or autumn in Indonesia. Rather, the seasons are referred to as either being wet or dry. Typically, the dry season runs from April to October. This is generally the preferred season for travel. One thing to note is that rain still occurs in the dry season; it just rains less. The wet season is from November to March and generally the low travel season.

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