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Hidden down a secluded lane in the heart of bustling Seminyak, lies the elegant Villa Shambala. This enviable location is within walking distance of many of Bali's top restaurants, boutiques and art galleries, and just 300 metres from the sweeping Oberoi beach, famous for its world-class surf breaks and legendary sunsets.
The villa's location comes with no sacrifice to privacy. Once over the threshold you are immediately transported to a tropical garden paradise; a world of relaxation and indulgence. With five bedrooms and a 19-metre pool, fully staffed Villa Shambala seamlessly integrates the contemporary and the traditional to give a true luxury Balinese experience.
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Villa Shambala is close to the beach and only a few minutes' walk from Jalan Kayu Aya (also known as Jalan Laksmana, Oberoi Street and Eat Street) where guests can find a slew of great dining options. Here, up-market style is combined with fabulous cuisine from all over the world. The street is also home to more than enough boutiques for all ages and genders, several convenience stores, ATMs and the small shopping mall, Seminyak Square. Down on the beach, La Lucciola restaurant is great for fine-dining and sunset drinks, as is Breeze at The Samaya, and the famous Ku De Ta.
A short taxi ride to the fast-changing Petitenget area (there's an abundance of taxis too) gives you even more dining choices. Celebrated restaurants within a couple of kilometres of Villa Shambala include Sarong, Sardine, and Metis. Nightlife venues worth a visit include The Living Room and Hu'u Bar, which both become lively at weekends after dinner-guests have finished eating. Live music can be had at Mannekepis on Jalan Raya Seminyak. Bodyworks Spa presents quality treatments at very reasonable prices, which make it a favourite with Bali's expats. Jalan Raya Seminyak bursts with boutiques and classy homeware stores and is the location of Bintang supermarket. For imported edible and drinkable goodies, check out Bali Deli in Jalan Kunti. Just further afield, in Kerobokan, you will find countless antique shops and furniture workshops and showrooms.
It really doesn't get much more central than this.