Villa Asta

Villa Asta is a peaceful, luxurious, 5-bedroom residence designed with the flexibility to accommodate groups of up to 10 guests. With its sophisticated ambience, it is ideally suited for discerning groups of friends or families who want to experience the very best of Bali.

The Villa is nestled in the heart of the Batubelig area, less than 10 minutes walk to the beach on Bali’s south-western coast, and just a few minutes’ drive from the trendy Seminyak area, with its glamorous lifestyle and wide choice of top, internationally-acclaimed restaurants, shops and beachfront cafes.

Bordered by rice fields, the setting is serene and beautiful, within a neighbourhood that is home to some of the most prestigious properties on the island. On a clear day, the vista is blessed with the magical sight of the mountains. The nearby beaches are renowned for their world-class surf breaks and panoramic coastline views. Batubelig Beach is quiet and peaceful, while Seminyak Beach is the spot where people gather every evening to enjoy Bali’s legendary sunsets. Seminyak boasts a plethora of chic cocktail bars, exciting nightclubs, sumptuous spas, fashionable boutiques and famous restaurants including ‘Ku Dé Ta’, ‘Kafé Warisan’, ‘Living Room’, ‘Hu’u’ and ‘La Lucciola’.

Villa Asta is located 25 minutes from the international airport, and is also convenient when visiting shopping malls, the Waterbom Park, and tourist attractions such as the amazing Tanah Lot sea temple, perched on a craggy wave-lashed rock at the edge of the white surf of the Indian Ocean.


Villa Asta was designed by the internationally-acclaimed architect, Guy Morgan, with sumptuous interiors and landscaping by Dean Kempnich. The property is entered through an ornately framed wooden doorway, behind which stands a Balinese Hindu feature known as the ‘aling aling’ – a short screen wall devised to protect the property from troublesome and malign influences, because evil spirits have great difficulty in turning corners!

A waterfall cascades into the pool producing a “glass like” view across the pool to the feature bale. Boasting contemporary minimalist architecture and a tropical open-living concept with Balinese influences, Villa Asta is comprised of 4 separate living, dining and sleeping pavilions. The warm teak wood floors, richly grained coconut wood pillars, creamy white Palimanan stone terraces, cool marble fixtures, slate floors, and random rock walls form the dominant components, juxtaposed against koi (fish) ponds, water spouts and the natural greenery of Bali’s exotic plants.

The open-sided dining pavilion is furnished with a long table which seats up to 18, comfortable chairs. Cooled by natural breezes it also features a teak wood floor, paddle fans and pendulous lanterns suspended from its pitched roof. Ideal for entertaining, this ample pavilion is linked to a quality music system with surround speakers in the roof.

Adjacent to the dining pavilion is a fully equipped, open-air service kitchen, characterised by a slate floor, teak cupboards, and black marble work surfaces. Here, the chef will prepare delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and refreshments, in accordance with guest requirements. The marble bar, complete with bar stools, is a great place for enjoying a casual breakfast or socialising with friends.

Sliding opaque glass doors lead from the dining area into an air-conditioned den. This cosy snug is furnished with comfortable, cushioned lounges and a big lazy chair. It also doubles as an office, and is equipped with a built-in desk and fitted cupboards, a computer with Internet access, a printer, a 32-inch plasma TV with over 25 satellite channels, a DVD player and a high quality sound system linked to speakers in the living and dining areas. The walls are graced with colourful local artwork and artifacts.

The living pavilion is open on 4 sides and features a soaring ‘alang alang’ thatched roof supported by coconut wood pillars above a cream Palimanan stone floor. Ceiling fans and gentle breezes keep this area cool; it is tastefully furnished with a cushioned rattan sofa, chairs, and a glass topped rattan table.  This pavilion is also linked to the central music system with surround speakers in the roof.

More surprises are in store for guests as they make their way across the water garden, where large stepping stones lead over a pond to a timber walkway that forms a bridge over a secluded, large plunge pool separated from the dining and living areas by a low wall. This is the sleeping pavilion, a single-storey building housing 2 air-conditioned double bedrooms, complete with en-suite bathrooms, and a pool terrace. Each bedroom boasts a marble floor and a soaring thatched roof, and contains a canopied 4-poster king-size bed, a comfortable built-in window seat, an ottoman at the end of the bed, and a 29-inch plasma TV. The bedrooms are tastefully decorated with bold colours, rich fabrics and bright-colored cushions, local artwork and artefacts. The rooms also include a dressing room, complete with a vanity mirror, a safe deposit box, and built-in shelves and hanging space. Sliding glass doors lead into the private garden bathrooms, each one dominated by a splendid, oversized, marble bathtub as its central feature, and sheltered from the elements by the eaves of the roof. There is also a rainshower in each bathroom, together with a white porcelain washbasin atop a marble vanity unit. These garden bathrooms are surrounded by walls for absolute privacy, and are both neatly planted with palms, ferns and irises. The plunge pool can be accessed by exterior bathrooms doors, thus avoiding the need to walk through the bedrooms.

Three additional bedrooms as well as the games room are located at the far end of the garden, away from the main living areas. This 2-storey pavilion houses 3 twin bedrooms downstairs. Each of these air-conditioned rooms can accommodate one couple or 2 children on twin beds, plus 2 more children on rollaway beds. The bedroom is accessed by sliding glass doors from a colonnaded terrace, and boasts a walk-in wardrobe, an en-suite garden bathroom with toilet, shower, washbowl atop a vanity unit, and a traditional ‘mandi’ – an outdoor urn fed by a waterspout.

The semi open-air games room is a huge wooden deck with a thatched roof. It is cooled by ceiling fans, accessed by an external staircase, and presents beautiful rice field views. The play area is complemented by a kitchenette complete with a fridge and cooking facilities as well as a shower room with washbasin and toilet. Equipment includes a music system, a computer (with internet access), a DVD player, a pool table, a ping pong table, and a 42-inch wall-mounted plasma TV. The room is furnished with plenty of chairs and a large, comfortable daybed.


The immaculate garden displays a spectacular swimming pool, lined with a mosaic pattern of cobalt blue and sage green tiles. The 4 meter deep pool creates a refreshing experience even in the hottest weather. Adjacent to the pool sits an elegant 3-metre-high, 2-storey ‘bale’ relaxation pavilion. Shaded by a thatched roof, this elevated pavilion offers a spectacular view of rice fields and mountains. It is the perfect place for a champagne and cocktails sunset.

Gracefully landscaped around the pool, the soft green lawn is traversed by slate ‘crazy-paving’ pathways, and dotted with sweet scented frangipani, velvety red flowering ‘dadap merah’ trees, pots of bougainvillea, and a bed of gladioli. Soothing ripples originate from a water court, tiny islands support shrubs and lanterns, smooth Palimanan stone is fashioned into a square sun terrace and is furnished with a large canopied chair. A circular timber deck rests beside the pool, complete with sunloungers and umbrellas. Every need has been considered with the provision of an outdoor pool shower, a garden shower and washroom and a hidden wash room accessed by a gorgeous, red and gold, hand-carved Balinese door.

At the far end of the garden is a walled, grass court, suitable for playing badminton, volley ball, football and other games. There is a private parking area at the front of the property outside the main entrance doors.

Guests at Villa Asta will be eligible for complimentary membership of The Canggu Club for the duration of their stay. Located just around the corner, a five minute drive or a mere 20 minutes walk from the villa, it is Bali’s first and only international private members’ club offering sports, social and leisure facilities  including a fully equipped, state-of-the art gym, an indoor/outdoor tennis and squash centre, a full size football and rugby pitch, a 25-metre swimming pool and a separate children’s swimming pool area.

For horse lovers, the Umalas Equestrian Centre is just a few kilometres away, and Nirwana Golf Course, designed by Greg Norman and renowned as one of the best golf courses in Asia, is a 30-minute drive.


Villa Asta is supported by a carefully selected team of highly trained, friendly staff who will do their best to ensure that all guests experience a truly enjoyable stay in Bali. The team is headed by a villa manager who will oversee and coordinate the staff and property. The manager will be available to assist guests during their entire stay. The team also includes an in-house chef, butlers, housekeepers, gardeners, and security guards. The chef is trained in the preparation of both local and international cuisine, and is responsible for all the market shopping while the housekeepers fulfil all of the cleaning and housework duties.  Baby-sitting and massage services are also available on request at an extra charge.

Fact Sheet

  • 5 bedrooms (two pavilions)
  • Dining Pavilion
  • Living Pavilion
  • Den/Office
  • Kitchen
  • Games Room with kitchenette and shower and wash room
  • 6 Bathrooms and 1 washroom
  • Pool Shower
  • 4 TVs with satellite channels
  • DVD players and sound systems linked to speakers in the living, dining and games areas
  • 2 Computers with Internet access
  • Telephone line
  • Pool Table
  • Table Tennis Table
  • Grass games court for badminton, volley ball, football etc
  • 5 safety deposit boxes
  • Fully equipped kitchen and laundry
  • Swimming Pool
  • Plunge Pool
  • Rate includes a car and driver for up to 10 hours per day


  • Low Season USD $1160
  • High Season USD $1610
  • Peak Season USD $2125

Low Season: 9th Jan – 31st May, 16th Sept – 19th Dec (excludes: Chinese new year and Easter)
High Season: 1st June – 15th Sept, Easter period (6 – 13 April 2012), Chinesse New Year (21 – 28 Jan 2012)
Peak Season: 20th Dec – 8th Jan

Terms & Conditions

  • Rate above is valid until 31 March 2013
  • Max guests Standing = 150 pax, sitting dinner = up to 80 pax
  • Function fee at one night villa rate
  • Banjar fee at IDR 4,000.000
  • Security deposit at USD 700
  • Minimum stay : 3 low, 3 high and 7 peak


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