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.
Nestled in a strategic spot off the Jalan Raya Uluwatu, an area at the southern part of Bali known mainly for its beaches, cuisine and amazing wedding venues, this stunning 3 bedroom villa for sale in Bukit is endowed with a thick tropical environment, green trees swaying in the breeze, hill and ocean view.
A luxurious retreat that fuses both traditional and modern style nestled right at the top of the majestic Hill of Uluwatu, at the southwestern tip of the magical island of Bali. The villa offers an exclusively secluded and private sanctuary with a breathtaking, unobstructed, 180-degree green hill below and sunset views.
These 2 villas are located on the west coast of the Bukit Peninsula in the ultra desirable area known as Dreamland, also labeled "the new millionaires row of Asia". The awesome views face north and west with amazing Indian Ocean sunsets and boasts stunning vistas of Bali's volcanoes.
This is an opportunity to purchase a piece of Bali the way it used to be before the tourism rush – and it’s never likely to change due to development restrictions on surrounding land.