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Whether you’re on a romantic retreat or taking an indulgent holiday with family and friends, there’s a range of accommodation options at The Ungasan. Each of the five five-bedroom villas features private pools – the infinity pool in Villa Ambar comes with this vast ocean view. There are also one-bedroom villas that come with an ocean view and private pool, a plunge pool or a garden view.
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Styled after colonial mansions found in the Hamptons, the bright white interiors and exteriors of this villa help you switch to holiday mode instantly. Each bedroom features a king-sized bed and an ensuite.
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Villa Tamarama has space for at least 10 guests to come together to chat and eat in the lounge, dining and media rooms or the poolside entertainment area.
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Take a plunge or do some laps in one of the two infinity pools. Yes, two. Have breakfast poolside or settle in at the outdoor bar come sundown.
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Hot tip from the hotel: book an afternoon couple’s massage in the villa’s oceanfront bale for a romantic treat. You’ll get an unparalleled view of the sunset.
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Nothing screams “luxury” like a deep, stand-alone bath. Soak for an hour or three in the private outdoor tub. They’re found in two of the five ensuites in Villa Jamarada.
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Each of the five-bedroom villas has 30 metres of cliff top frontage. Enjoy the scenery from the pool or from the open-air living room.
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Another villa, another turquoise infinity pool. Can you ever tire of them? There’s a sunken poolside lounge for intimate chats, as well as a poolside bathroom and outdoor shower, next to this one.
Sundays Beach Club
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If you do actually tire of floating in your private pool, take a short walk to Sundays Beach Club on the Bukit Peninsula. Open from 8am to 10pm, the IDR 300,000 (approximately $30) entrance free includes club access, towel, wi-fi, IDR 150,000 (approximately $15) credit for food and beverages (the wood-fired pizzas are a must) and access to kayaks, snorkelling equipment and stand-up paddleboards.
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