The Villas

BaliOvillas is a Family business in Umalas-Kerobokan area between famous Canggu beaches and Oberoi shopping and restaurants.

Each villa has its own personality as unique as the elements of the Hindu Balinese Philosophy, and all come with hand picked decorations from across Bali and framed in relaxing tropical gardens.

By naming the villas following the 5 Hindu Balinese elements, we would like to share with you the Balinese way of life, which look after a greater harmony with spirit, nature and others.

BaliOvillas offers 2 splendid villas side to side at the same location to be discovered below.

Villa Pertiwi (means Earth) has 2 bedrooms and private 10 meter pool.
Visit the Villa Pertiwi here.

Villa Bayu (means Air) has 3 bedrooms and private 10 meter pool as well.
Visit he Villa Bayu here.

Theses 2 villas have a common sliding wood door and can be linked as a unique 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms Villa.
Perfect for couples, big family or group of friends.

The 5 élément of the Hindu Balinese Philosophy

At BaliOvillas, each villa has its own personality as unique as the 5 élément of the Hindu Balinese Philosophy, and all come with hand picked decorations from across the archipelago and framed in enchanted tropical gardens.

By naming the villas following the 5 Hindu Balinese element, we would like to share the Balinese way of life, which nurtures  a greater harmony with spirit, the environment and one another.

Panca Mahabhuta — the Five Elements is a Hindu concept, which explains how internal (buana alit or microcosm) and external (buanaagung, macrocosm) forces work together and are united with the Universe.

  • Akasa — Ether – the idea of connectedness and spaciousness.  In the body, Ether represents all the cavities and empty spaces of the body. In the mind, it represents our consciousness.
  • Bayu — Air – the idea of motion. In the body, Air represents all movement of nerves, breath and limbs. In the mind, it is the power behind our thoughts.
  • Teja — Fire – the idea of light, heat and transformation. In the body, Fire represents all digestion and transformation. In the mind, it represents perception and intelligence.
  • Apah — Water – the concept of flow and fluidity. In the body, Water represents all the liquids of the body. In the mind, it represents loving and compassionate thoughts and emotions.
  • Pertiwi  — Earth – the concept of solidity. In the body, Earth represents our physical body. In the mind, it represents stability.