The Bukit Peninsula is a 140-square-kilometre, lemon-shaped, limestone tableland that dangles like a pendant upon a chain at the southernmost extremity of the island. Bukit is the Indonesian word for hill and, until recently, this dry-land outcrop was home only to seaweed farmers, fisherman, cassava farmers and a few ardent surfers. The only other industry was the mining of blocks of building stone, from inland karst quarries. There was little infrastructure, no telephones lines, no electricity and almost no surface water. Roads were limited and many of the gorgeous beaches were inaccessible. The only tourist attraction was Pura Luhur, the 11th century temple at Uluwatu, balanced on the very edge of a narrow rocky cape. Since the Millennium, however, this up-and-coming region has reinvented itself to become the most up-market destination on the island. The recipient of a great deal of media attention, The Bukit now boasts some of Bali's most opulent destination villas, glamorous private estates, and internationally-branded boutique hotels, making it the area of choice for sophisticated and discerning travellers and residents. The growing social infrastructure is expected to yield shops, spas, clubs and world-class restaurants.
Built on 1250 square meters of land overlooks from an ocean side clifftop location the unspoiled white sands of Bali's Nunggalan Beachwithin a short drive from Bali’s most famous temple: Pura Luhur at Uluwatu, this stunning cliff front villa offers unparalleled panoramic sea views, Indian Ocean sunsets and a nightly canopy of stars. The villa's simple and chic design affords comfortable and luxurious beachside living, making it the perfect venue to enjoy an indulgent Bali.
Sitting in one of the most picturesque locations in all of Bali, this breathtaking property boasts simply breath-taking views over the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. This unique villa masterfully blends the unquestionable beauty of Balinese architecture with plentiful modern touches.
Elegant, relaxing and quiet!, this villa makes for an outstanding family residence with splendid views of the hill and the surrounding area as far as the eye can see.
Built on a hillside in Goa Gong, high up on the island’s elevated Bukit peninsula, this masterpiece of contemporary architectural designed villa commands the views of the surrounding countryside including GWK and out over the ocean, serving as a dramatic backdrop.
Designed to provide a lifestyle of open space, tranquility and natural hilly breezes, this single level villa is situated on 875 sqm freehold land with open vistas overlooking infinity edge pool, surrounded by a tropical garden.
The villa embraces the Balinese style while plentiful contemporary touches ensure total comfort and ambiance. It is ideally suited as either a permanent residence or holiday home or investment property.
This villa is an idyllic place, surrounded by the best beaches in Bali, including where the beach scenes for (Eat, Pray, Love) with Julia Roberts was filmed. A huge beautiful 6 bedroom villa on the hill South of Jimbaran, 480ft above sea level, enjoy breath-taking views of Bali throughout the villa.
This brand new 2-storey villa is perfect for a perfect entry level property for a pure investment, ultimate lifestyle or primary tropical residence in an up and coming area of Bukit.
Beautifully rests on 250 Sqm of freehold land within 5 minutes’ drive to Balangan Beach and 25 minutes’ away to the airport, this 2 bedroom villa has been designed for relaxed and comfortable living.
Bukit is fast developing into one of the most exclusive destinations in the region; this brand new, non-furnished villa is located a mere 30 minutes from the Bali Ngurah Rai International airport and within easy reach of the island’s major attractions.
The modern architecture transmits simplicity, while giving the villa the shape of a letter L. Peacefully sits on 157 Sqm of freehold land, this villa presents 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathroom each. The living area is set to be semi opened with large foldable glass door windows to embrace the view when inside, which open up to the outdoor open space with the swimming pool in front.