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Villa Ombak Putih – Cemagi 5 bedroom luxury villa, Bali Villa Ombak Putih – Cemagi 5 bedroom luxury villa, Bali

Named after the white-capped waves – views of which can be relished from its upper floor rooms and terraces – five-bedroom Villa Ombak Putih breathes an ocean-inspired theme in every element of its design. This majestic and contemporary-styled property presents crisp white exteriors and cool cream marble floors, while natural Palimanan stone is the material of the villa’s striking bas-relief murals and impressive Balinese statues, which flank the grand entranceway and border the ponds.

This pale white stone features abundantly throughout the villa and defines the garden with plump, perfectly placed pebbles and warm textured paving. Even the flowers in the 3300-square-metre garden reflect the foamy surf: all are white, from the sweet-scented snowy blossoms on the many frangipani trees to the softly flowering jasmine that borders the lawns.

In keeping with the villa’s seaside location, 150 metres from the rugged Cemagi beach, white furnishings are characterised by cheerful cushion fabrics, splashes of blue and turquoise in the ocean-inspired photographic artwork, a dark blue wall, a rustic blue door and tastefully displayed time-worn aquamarine artefacts.

This gorgeous villa presents two enormous master bedrooms with exotic, tropical, open-air bathrooms, three very private guest suites, a 30-metre swimming pool and a delightful choice of indoor and outdoor living and dining spaces. A large, friendly team of staff is on hand at Villa Ombak Putih to look after every guest need with butler service and superb home-cooking.

Chalina Estate
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US$ 1260++ US$ 2205++ out of 1

Dining

Villa Ombak Putih offers a helpful suggestion menu featuring Indonesian and international dishes, but guests are encouraged to chat with the cheerful chef about any other fare they would like to try. The chef can competently accommodate special dietary requests and adjust the seasoning of his dishes to suit different palates. This is a good opportunity to explore Balinese dishes such as ayam betutu (chicken stuffed with spices, wrapped in banana leaves and roasted), satay lilit (satay of spiced, minced fish with an infusion of coconut, pressed onto a lemongrass skewer), and pepes ikan (a dish of fragrant spiced local fish, traditionally wrapped and steamed in banana leaf packages and baked). The juices are contained inside the parcel and the experience is an explosion of moist smokey flavour.

A kids’ menu features all the usual children’s favourites, while the dessert menu includes bubuh injin (a sweet and sticky black rice pudding, named after the colour of the rice husk and served with coconut milk sauce).

Groceries and beverages are charged at cost price plus a 20% handling fee which is subject to service charge and government tax. Guests will be requested to provide grocery money in advance, and the staff will do the shopping and keep the receipts for reference. To make the most of the kitchen and give staff time to shop, it is a good idea to plan meals with the staff the evening before. The villa is on the coast so fresh seafood is usually easy to come by (good squid and prawns as well as fish and small lobsters). Meat is sourced from quality suppliers and the chef will buy other ingredients from the market on a daily basis.

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