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8 Bali Villas under S$150 for Your Weekend Getaway

We've rounded up some of the best Bali Villas under that will give you way more bang for your buck than you initially bargained for.

Deciding whether or not to tap into your work vacation leaves can be agonizing. On one hand, you need to get away from the daily grind. On the other hand, you’re saving those precious days for a longer trip, or maybe you just can’t afford to take the time off. We guess that leaves you with a quick weekend getaway!

Luckily, we at KKday are here to help you out. We’ve rounded up some of the best Bali villas under that will give you way more bang for your buck than you initially bargained for. Now you can take that well deserved weekend off!

1. Paradise Loft Villas

Looking for something in the Jimbaran area? Hit this place up. Paradise Loft Villas sits perched on top of a hill with an incredible view of Tanjung, Benoa. Its modern, Mediterranean design emphasizes open space, drowning the entire villa in natural sunlight to give it a cozy, holiday home feel.

The villa sits atop a hill in the Jimbaran area and faces Tanjung, Benoa
Paradise Loft Villas is perched on top of a hill and faces Tanjung, Benoa (image via Booking.com)
Hear the ocean breeze right from your window (image via Booking.com)

You can hear the beach call you from your bedroom window, since Jimbaran Beach is just a 10 minute drive away. A little further away is the Bali Colelction Shopping Centre. Unwind at the end of the day by your private pool and enjoy the view.

Estimated Cost:
S$130 for two nights
Location: Jl. Kori East Nuance, Nuance Jimbaran, Nusa Dua / Benoa, Bali
Contact: +62 85 100 841 281

2. Pande Villas Spa & Restaurant

If you and your significant other are long overdue for some quality alone time, you’ll want something both private and romantic. Pande Villas Spa & Restaurant gives you the opportunity to explore the village in the day and then later unwind to a paradise atmosphere with their in-villa spa and restaurant services. Catch the sunset on the horizon over a candle-lit dinner and enjoy the rest of your night together.

Paradise atmosphere (image via Booking.com)
Dinner for Two (image via Booking.com)
Spend the night in (image via booking)

Pressed for time and energy but still want to make the most of your weekend? Mengening Beach is just a five-minute walk away. And if you want to go for something more cultural and historical, you can take a quick trip down to the Legendary Sea Temple, Tanah Lot Temple.

Estimated Cost: S$130 for two nights
Location: Pantai Mengening Cemagi, Mengwi Badung, Bali
Contact: 
+62 361 848 3288

3. Noah Villa and Chapel

Maybe you and your significant other have started having the marriage talk. Or maybe you’re an old couple looking to reignite some of that newly-wed spark. Either way, you may want something more than your run-of-the-mill weekend getaway. Noah Villa and Chapel is a uniquely designed villa complex inspired by the story of Noah’s Ark. Its bright and spacious ark-shaped villas each house their own private terrace, and the sprawling landscapes are filled with glittering ponds and trim gardens. 

Bright and spacious villas fitted with their own private terraces (image via Booking.com)

The centerpiece of the villa complex is an architectural ark building that houses an intimate chapel. It’s not surprising that this place has played host to many wedding ceremonies and honeymoons. The ark seeks to symbolize hope, particularly for couples about to embark on the spiritual journey of marriage and they move towards eternal happiness.

The chapel is inspired by the story of Noah’s ark and seeks to symbolize hope (image via Booking.com)

Even if you’re not planning get married right then and there, there’s still an abundance of in-villa activities and attractions in the surrounding area. A 15-minute drive can take you to the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park and the Benoa Square Shopping Centre.

Estimated Cost: S$140 for two nights
Location: Jalan Indraprasta Br. Giri Dharma Ungasan, Uluwatu, Bali
Contact: +62 361 3565 777 / +62 852 6464 7702

4. Segening Private Villa

If you fancy yourself a nature buff but are hesitant to leave the comforts of the great indoors, this villa will hit you you right in that sweet spot. Segening Villa‘s Balinese-inspired architecture and lush greenery have been described to make it feel like living in the jungle—with all modern-day conveniences. Phew!

Modern-day Tree Houses (image via Booking.com)
Enjoy a weekend away from chores and errands with available laundry and baby-sitting services (image via Booking.com)

Apart from free shuttle rides to central Ubud and spa services, Segening Villa also offers laundry and baby-sitting services for added convenience. This gives you a lot of time to go hike the nearby trails, cycling, or exploring the cultural hotspots. Within a three-kilometer distance are the Neka Art Museum, Botanic Garden Ubud, Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill, and the Mozaic Restaurant.

You can imagine your private swimming pool as an elephant watering hole (image via Booking.com)


Estimated Cost: S$150 for two nights
Location: Jl. Raya Sebali , Desa Sebali, Ubud, Bali

5. Karana Villa

Maybe you don’t want to spend your weekend just staying in and would rather use the time to get out and explore. This is probably the case for first-timers in Bali. Karana Villa is a spacious and modern villa just a kilometer from the city center.

Modern and spartan bedrooms (image via Booking.com)

The staff can easily arrange for bicycle rentals and day trips that will allow you to visit all the major cultural sights nearby. These sights include the Jagatnatha Temple, Puputan Badung Square, and the Taksu Gallery.

And after a long day of wandering through the city, enjoy a late night dip under the stars with your private outdoor swimming pool.

Enjoy a swim by your private outdoor pool right beside your bedroom (image via Booking.com)

Estimated Cost: S$140 for two nights
Location: Jl. Mahendradata, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 80361
Contact: +62361 488276

6. Benoa Beach Front Villas & Spas

The more Indonesia rapidly urbanizes, the easier it becomes to forget that it’s still a tropical island. A trip to Benoa Beach Front Villas & Spas gives you that fresh reminder, with its breathtaking ocean view amidst lush green tropical forests.

Stick around for the beach festivities (image via Booking.com)

Despite the festive beach recreational activities and the body beauty treatment center, the real joy can be found in listening to the birds sing as they fly into the glorious sunset.

See if you can spot the birds among the lush greenery (image via true-beachfront.com)

Estimated Cost: S$93 for two nights
Location: Jl. Pratama 15B, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua, Kuta, Bali
Contact: 0361-771 634

7. Villa Selina Eco Resort

It’s sad that the environment often takes a big hit when people decide to turn something into a travel destination. For tropical spots like the ones in Bali, it’s the ocean reefs and the fish that suffer the most. The Villa Selina Eco Resort wants to change that, and actively promotes environmental conservation into their business and travel model.

Villa Selina drops you right where the forest meets the coast (image via villa-selina-bali.com)
Unwind inside your hut! (image via villa-selina-bali.com)

It’s located within the small village of Bondalem and is completely surrounded by coastline and jungle.  Some of their conservation initiatives include ending aquarium poaching and village bird shooting.  If you want to see the work they’ve done for the coral reefs, you can join their scuba diving class!

Sink your feet in the sand before diving in after the fish (image via villa-selina-bali.com)

With its waterfalls, hot springs, forest and ocean, the Villa Selina Eco Resort is bursting with all forms of life. Here, the exotic energy of Bali is truly intoxicating and will leave you aching for a another visit the moment you check out.

The majestic waterfalls will make you feel one with nature (image via villa-selina-bali.com)

Estimated Cost: S$42 for two nights
Location: Jalan Jero Kuta
, Bondalem, Bali
Contact: +62 (0)818-0548-2938

8.  Pondok Pitaya

No trip to Bali is really complete without attempting to surf the incredible beach waves. Pondok Pitaya, uniquely located on the edge of a natural volcanic black sand beach and cliff, offers the ideal atmosphere for anyone looking to get their adrenaline pumping and catch some waves.

Pondok Pitaya is perched on top of a cliff and overlooks some of the best surfing waves year-round (image via tripadvisor.com)

Each bungalow is reconstructed from teak wood and boat wood from indigenous houses imported from Java that date back all the way from the 1930s. No two bungalows look the same. Apart from the usual rooms, Pondok Pitaya Hotel also includes Surfer Suites and large houses that can sleep up to 8 people—perfect for you and the whole gang!

For the whole gang (image via pondokpitaya.com)

Apart from surfing, its prime location right by Balian Beach has also made Pondok Pitaya a thriving training spot for yoga practitioners. You can probably catch both surfers and yogis (or surfing yogis!) by the sandy beach just as the sun rises and as the sun sets.

Estimated Cost: S$150 for two nights
Location: Jl. Pantai Balian, Br Pengasahan – Desa Lalanglinggah, kec. Selemadeg Barat, Tabanan-Bali
Contact: +62 0819 99849054

Whether your looking to just stay in your bedroom or head out to the beach, we’ve got you covered. Now go pack your bags and head out. You’ll come back to the office feeling much better and ready to take on the rest of the week.

For travel activities in Bali:

>> Dolphin Watching Day Cruise
>> 3 Islands Cruise with Rafting and Snorkeling
>> Telaga Waja Rafting Day Tour

For more exciting travel guides in Bali:

>> What To Do in Bali For An Exciting Weekend Getaway
>> 7 Sedap Food You Can Only Find in Bali

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