Villa Kinara Seminyak - Bali

Villa Kinara Seminyak - Bali The stunning six-bedroom retreat is a rare fusion of striking architecture, spacious entertainment spaces and lavish outdoor living Villa Kinara offers a rare fusion of six bedrooms, striking architecture, stunning entertainment space, swimming pool deck and a sensational location on Bali’s south-west coast, moments from the beach and Seminyak’s boutiques, bars and restaurants.
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All bedrooms are huge, with seating areas and terraces according myriad private corners. Even more spacious is the open-plan living room defined by soaring teakwood columns and furnished with over-sized sofas, home entertainment centre, bar, billiard table, and 12-seater dining table. Set within an exclusive residential enclave behind the Oberoi Hotel, five minutes from Ku Dé Ta, Villa Kinara is p

All bedrooms are huge, with seating areas and terraces according myriad private corners. Even more spacious is the open-plan living room defined by soaring teakwood columns and furnished with over-sized sofas, home entertainment centre, bar, billiard table, and 12-seater dining table. Set within an exclusive residential enclave behind the Oberoi Hotel, five minutes from Ku Dé Ta, Villa Kinara is p

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Euphoria for pork lovers at Villa Kinaree Estate..Tourists, foreigners and locals are flocking to Bali with this on thei...
27/09/2021

Euphoria for pork lovers at Villa Kinaree Estate
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Tourists, foreigners and locals are flocking to Bali with this on their “To do list”: To eat Babi Guling (English: Suckling Pig) is a whole pig lathered in Balinese spices, roasted over a fire and cooked to perfection. All feels good! The skin not too hard and the meat so delicious

Spoil your appetite and make your dinner experience more interesting through host it in your villa.

We are happy to prepare all you need !!

https://villakinareeestate.com/blog/58/euphoria-for-pork-lovers-at-villa-kinaree-estate

Villa Kinaree Estate for a Family Reunion in Seminyak..No destination equals Bali for a unique multi-generation family r...
26/08/2021

Villa Kinaree Estate for a Family Reunion in Seminyak
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No destination equals Bali for a unique multi-generation family reunion.

For big family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, special celebrations and space for everyone to do their own thing, Villa Kinaree Estate for large groups provide the perfect venue.

As well as full housekeeping, butler service at Villa Kinaree Estate is in place to ensure that you and your party are looked after for the duration of your stay. Expect to be greeted upon arrival and given the grand tour of your property; afterwards your butler is available throughout your holiday, managing everything from villa specific requests such as extra pillows, to making restaurant reservations and arranging unforgettable experiences.

https://villakinareeestate.com/blog/57/villa-kinaree-estate-for-a-family-reunion-in-seminyak

Villa Kinaree Estate for a Family Reunion in Seminyak
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No destination equals Bali for a unique multi-generation family reunion.

For big family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, special celebrations and space for everyone to do their own thing, Villa Kinaree Estate for large groups provide the perfect venue.

As well as full housekeeping, butler service at Villa Kinaree Estate is in place to ensure that you and your party are looked after for the duration of your stay. Expect to be greeted upon arrival and given the grand tour of your property; afterwards your butler is available throughout your holiday, managing everything from villa specific requests such as extra pillows, to making restaurant reservations and arranging unforgettable experiences.

https://villakinareeestate.com/blog/57/villa-kinaree-estate-for-a-family-reunion-in-seminyak

Sometimes you deserve to treat yourself at Villa Kinaree Estate..After months of hard work, all you need is a beautiful ...
30/07/2021

Sometimes you deserve to treat yourself at Villa Kinaree Estate
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After months of hard work, all you need is a beautiful place where you can relax in. Bali is, of course, perfect for that! After finding your perfect destination, you need to find a perfect villa. After a day out exploring your holiday destination, there is nothing better than returning to the villa to simply relax by the pool at Villa Kinaree Estate.

A beautiful villa with a large pool and extensive gardens, Villa Kinaree is private villa in Seminyak is a rare find. With excellent restaurants nearby, it’s just a 5 minures walking distance from sandy beaches and beach clubs.

Sometimes you deserve to treat yourself at Villa Kinaree Estate
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After months of hard work, all you need is a beautiful place where you can relax in. Bali is, of course, perfect for that! After finding your perfect destination, you need to find a perfect villa. After a day out exploring your holiday destination, there is nothing better than returning to the villa to simply relax by the pool at Villa Kinaree Estate.

A beautiful villa with a large pool and extensive gardens, Villa Kinaree is private villa in Seminyak is a rare find. With excellent restaurants nearby, it’s just a 5 minures walking distance from sandy beaches and beach clubs.

No more GeNose, as only PCR test results accepted for air travelers visiting Bali...Negative results from PCR swab tests...
29/06/2021

No more GeNose, as only PCR test results accepted for air travelers visiting Bali.
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Negative results from PCR swab tests are now the only acceptable document for air travelers visiting Bali, Governor Wayan Koster announced today, with other not-so-reliable COVID-19 test methods believed to have contributed to the infected slipping through the cracks and into the island.
“So we are tightening restrictions at Bali’s entry points, [those] traveling with air transportation must use PCR-based tests. They can no longer use GeNose,” Koster said today.
Results from GeNose tests are no longer acceptable for those traveling by land or sea either, Koster added, though rapid antigen swab tests are still accepted for travelers going by these modes of transport.
In April, Bali officials started allowing all travelers to present negative results from the locally developed GeNose COVID-19 test to enter the province. At the time, public health experts raised concerns about GeNose’s accuracy, and said it shouldn’t be used so widely.
Along with the newly announced traveling requirements, all negative swab test results must also come with a QR code to prevent fake documentation, Koster said.

“Because there have been many fake [and] paid documentation. So they have the results but they have never gone through a swab test,” he said.
The new requirements are applicable starting today, though officials are likely to implement a transition period for a few days before making it completely mandatory.
The governor said Bali has seen an increase in domestic travelers in the last few weeks, averaging between 8,000 and 9,000 people coming in via air transport, while around 10,000 people pass through Gilimanuk Port daily.
After about a month of reporting less than 100 daily cases, Bali’s daily count rose to triple digits on June 19 and has been climbing up since. Indonesia is battling its fiercest coronavirus outbreak yet, setting a new daily record just yesterday with over 21,000 cases.

https://villakinareeestate.com/blog/55/no-more-genose-as-only-pcr-test-results-accepted-for-air-travelers-visiting-bali

No more GeNose, as only PCR test results accepted for air travelers visiting Bali.
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Negative results from PCR swab tests are now the only acceptable document for air travelers visiting Bali, Governor Wayan Koster announced today, with other not-so-reliable COVID-19 test methods believed to have contributed to the infected slipping through the cracks and into the island.
“So we are tightening restrictions at Bali’s entry points, [those] traveling with air transportation must use PCR-based tests. They can no longer use GeNose,” Koster said today.
Results from GeNose tests are no longer acceptable for those traveling by land or sea either, Koster added, though rapid antigen swab tests are still accepted for travelers going by these modes of transport.
In April, Bali officials started allowing all travelers to present negative results from the locally developed GeNose COVID-19 test to enter the province. At the time, public health experts raised concerns about GeNose’s accuracy, and said it shouldn’t be used so widely.
Along with the newly announced traveling requirements, all negative swab test results must also come with a QR code to prevent fake documentation, Koster said.

“Because there have been many fake [and] paid documentation. So they have the results but they have never gone through a swab test,” he said.
The new requirements are applicable starting today, though officials are likely to implement a transition period for a few days before making it completely mandatory.
The governor said Bali has seen an increase in domestic travelers in the last few weeks, averaging between 8,000 and 9,000 people coming in via air transport, while around 10,000 people pass through Gilimanuk Port daily.
After about a month of reporting less than 100 daily cases, Bali’s daily count rose to triple digits on June 19 and has been climbing up since. Indonesia is battling its fiercest coronavirus outbreak yet, setting a new daily record just yesterday with over 21,000 cases.

https://villakinareeestate.com/blog/55/no-more-genose-as-only-pcr-test-results-accepted-for-air-travelers-visiting-bali

Work from Bali : Not Just for Digital NomadsIndonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut...
07/06/2021

Work from Bali : Not Just for Digital Nomads

Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Pandjaitan, is pushing the Indonesian Government’s Work from Bali campaign once again, encouraging not only personal or private sector to do so, but also ministries. He stated that because ‘working from home’ was already a norm now, then why not work from Bali to help the tourism industry. On 18 May 2021, he signed a Memorandum of Understanding with hotels in the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation complex of Nusa Dua, who would be providing accommodation and facilities for his own ministry. He encourages other ministries and businesses to consider doing the same.



Why Working from Bali is on the Rise? Prior to the pandemic, the idea of working from Bali was an idyllic dream that seemed to be reserved for the likes of digital nomads or those who had ‘left it all behind’ and started life anew on the paradise island. However, the world, and what is considered normal, has changed in the last year, and opportunities to experience new ways of living have opened up. For most people, the requirements of physically being in an office every weekday to do their job effectively has rarely been questioned. Where your office is based, well, that’s where you’ll be working. It made sense. That is, until the pandemic forced many of us to remain in the confines of our homes, where we had to adapt and change the very fabric of our known work routines. A year later, whilst some have returned to their offices, others have discovered that their physical presence at work creates no better productivity. With effective use of new communication systems and platforms, whole workforces are finding that they can - and in fact always could - work from anywhere. When this realisation came, many city-dwellers, especially Jakartans, took this as an opportunity to experience life working from Bali.



Who is Working from Bali for? It’s important to distinguish between working from Bali, and working in Bali. The latter alludes to finding a job based in Bali, and the former means continuing the same line of work whilst you are physically based on the island. Many people probably have an image of web developers typing away in a bamboo shack (with high-speed internet), overlooking views of rice fields. The stereotypical digital nomad lifestyle likely dominates this idea of working remotely. However the pandemic has truly opened up the breadth of experiences that are possible when it comes to working from Bali. The first important point is that working from Bali is now for anyone. Recent months have shown that top executives have relocated, temporarily, into resorts, working in their suites during the day as their families enjoy the facilities. Children, after all, are also not bound to any one location with distance learning continuing to be a norm. Younger executives and freelancers have rented villas with friends and colleagues, or rooms in guesthouses, working as normal during the day, but able to enjoy a more free, natural and laidback lifestyle when they’ve ‘clocked out’.



Why Work from Bali? Of course, the usual spiel remains relevant: access to beaches and the outdoors, a more relaxing (and inspiring) atmosphere, great service and experience through the tourism industry. These all remain true, but to temporarily move to Bali, the reasons must be deeper. For parents, the move to Bali is undeniably beneficial. Children living in the city are devoid of experiences in the natural world. Bali has nature abound: learning to surf, cycling in neighbourhoods, going for walks in fields. These are priceless experiences that a child benefits from. Not to mention, Bali now really caters to parents, with many extra-curricular classes and activities on offer, from art to music, and dance, skateboarding, and more. Another benefit of being on the island is the ease of travel. Residents can attest to the diversity of experiences available to them: one weekend in Ubud, another on the east coast, another in the Bedugul highlands. Add to that the creative activities now available, from pottery, painting, textile workshops, and more, and you rest assured your weekends will be rewarding and enriching.

What’s more, Bali still remains relatively quiet. Traffic is minimised, hotels are at a low occupancy, and - apart from a few areas - beaches, restaurants, tourists are quiet too. This makes it not only safer than life in the city, but allows one to revisit areas around the island without the hordes of tourists.



https://nowjakarta.co.id/updates/news/work-from-bali-not-just-for-digital-nomads

Work from Bali : Not Just for Digital Nomads

Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Pandjaitan, is pushing the Indonesian Government’s Work from Bali campaign once again, encouraging not only personal or private sector to do so, but also ministries. He stated that because ‘working from home’ was already a norm now, then why not work from Bali to help the tourism industry. On 18 May 2021, he signed a Memorandum of Understanding with hotels in the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation complex of Nusa Dua, who would be providing accommodation and facilities for his own ministry. He encourages other ministries and businesses to consider doing the same.



Why Working from Bali is on the Rise? Prior to the pandemic, the idea of working from Bali was an idyllic dream that seemed to be reserved for the likes of digital nomads or those who had ‘left it all behind’ and started life anew on the paradise island. However, the world, and what is considered normal, has changed in the last year, and opportunities to experience new ways of living have opened up. For most people, the requirements of physically being in an office every weekday to do their job effectively has rarely been questioned. Where your office is based, well, that’s where you’ll be working. It made sense. That is, until the pandemic forced many of us to remain in the confines of our homes, where we had to adapt and change the very fabric of our known work routines. A year later, whilst some have returned to their offices, others have discovered that their physical presence at work creates no better productivity. With effective use of new communication systems and platforms, whole workforces are finding that they can - and in fact always could - work from anywhere. When this realisation came, many city-dwellers, especially Jakartans, took this as an opportunity to experience life working from Bali.



Who is Working from Bali for? It’s important to distinguish between working from Bali, and working in Bali. The latter alludes to finding a job based in Bali, and the former means continuing the same line of work whilst you are physically based on the island. Many people probably have an image of web developers typing away in a bamboo shack (with high-speed internet), overlooking views of rice fields. The stereotypical digital nomad lifestyle likely dominates this idea of working remotely. However the pandemic has truly opened up the breadth of experiences that are possible when it comes to working from Bali. The first important point is that working from Bali is now for anyone. Recent months have shown that top executives have relocated, temporarily, into resorts, working in their suites during the day as their families enjoy the facilities. Children, after all, are also not bound to any one location with distance learning continuing to be a norm. Younger executives and freelancers have rented villas with friends and colleagues, or rooms in guesthouses, working as normal during the day, but able to enjoy a more free, natural and laidback lifestyle when they’ve ‘clocked out’.



Why Work from Bali? Of course, the usual spiel remains relevant: access to beaches and the outdoors, a more relaxing (and inspiring) atmosphere, great service and experience through the tourism industry. These all remain true, but to temporarily move to Bali, the reasons must be deeper. For parents, the move to Bali is undeniably beneficial. Children living in the city are devoid of experiences in the natural world. Bali has nature abound: learning to surf, cycling in neighbourhoods, going for walks in fields. These are priceless experiences that a child benefits from. Not to mention, Bali now really caters to parents, with many extra-curricular classes and activities on offer, from art to music, and dance, skateboarding, and more. Another benefit of being on the island is the ease of travel. Residents can attest to the diversity of experiences available to them: one weekend in Ubud, another on the east coast, another in the Bedugul highlands. Add to that the creative activities now available, from pottery, painting, textile workshops, and more, and you rest assured your weekends will be rewarding and enriching.

What’s more, Bali still remains relatively quiet. Traffic is minimised, hotels are at a low occupancy, and - apart from a few areas - beaches, restaurants, tourists are quiet too. This makes it not only safer than life in the city, but allows one to revisit areas around the island without the hordes of tourists.



https://nowjakarta.co.id/updates/news/work-from-bali-not-just-for-digital-nomads

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Jalan Sari Dewi Gang Kresna, Oberoi, Seminyak
Badung
80361

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With a prime location in Seminyak’s prestigious Oberoi enclave, the six-bedroom Villa Kinara is perfectly positioned for Bali’s best-known restaurants, bars and boutiques as well as the island’s famed sunset beaches. Unlike many Seminyak villas, Villa Kinara offers guests a luxurious sense of space as well as lavish comfort and privacy. Delightfully original, the villa’s architectural design draws on the Indonesian archipelago’s rich heritage and abundance of natural materials. Paying heed to traditional Balinese home layouts, Villa Kinara’s accommodation is spread over three pavilions, with alang-alang (thatch) roofing and ironwood shingles. In a contemporary interpretation of the old timber joglo and limasan houses of Java, teakwood is richly incorporated throughout the villa’s design, showcasing supreme craftsmanship and creating a depth of character typical of Balinese style. The vast living space is defined by towering wooden pillars created from trees selected by the owner’s architect; teak-embellished ceilings, and Sulawesi floors in the bedroom suites. The Dutch-inspired window and door shutters are another interesting feature as is the incorporation of other natural materials including Palimanan stone, Yogyakarta lavastone, hand-crafted terrazzo, rattan, bamboo and coconut shell. In keeping with the enviro-architectural theme, the chic furniture, including the dining table (a magnificent slab of teak and a talking point in itself), have been designed exclusively for Villa Kinara. Sitting effortlessly among these traditional materials are all the comforts of convenient 21st century living: large flat-screen TVs and home entertainment systems, WiFi throughout, and two superbly equipped kitchens. Two other important Balinese traditions share the limelight with the beautiful design of Villa Kinara. Community spirit abounds in the many social gathering spaces scattered throughout the villa, and hospitality from the heart is offered by a team of charming, well-trained, willing staff who are dedicated to creating a holiday haven for their guests. Villa Kinara is the perfect residence for multiple families or groups of friends. Parties exceeding 12 people have the opportunity to take over the neighbouring, mirror image four-bedroom Villa Kinare, providing a total of ten bedrooms.

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