Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu is located approximately 15 kilometres south of Ngurah Rai International Airport in an area commonly referred to as ‘The Bukit’. The resort is located on the southern most tip of the island of Bali perched high above the Indian ocean on the white limestone cliffs of Uluwatu.
Nearby is the stunning Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple where you can watch a traditional Balinese performance, dine on the sand at the famous Jimbaran Seafood Restaurants or visit the vibrant shopping area of Seminyak which can be reached in just 40 minutes by car.
Before your arrival into Bali, our Reservations team will confirm your flights and transfers to Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu for all the guests staying in your party. And if you prefer the VIP Airport Clearance service, we will happily arrange this for you.
A Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu staff member will greet you at the airport holding a plaque with your name, assist you with your baggage and accompany you to your air-conditioned vehicle. It’s that easy.
The strikingly beautiful island of Bali is part of the Indonesian archipelago and is located just off the east tip of Java and to the north west of Australia. While relatively small in size being 144 kilometres from east to west and 90 kilometres from north to south it is rich in natural beauty, culture and populated by a captivating beautiful friendly people.
Bali is predominately Hindu with the first people of Hindu origin settling there in 100 B.C. It gained its independence for the Indonesian island of Java in the early 1600’s and from that time its arts, literature and Hindu religious culture flourished.
Bali today is a strong and stable economy and fascinating destination for the estimated 2.8 million visitors who will make their way to Bali in 2011. Drawn by stirringly beautiful landscapes of rice paddies and rainforest, some of the most spectacular coastlines and beaches in the world and a warm friendly people, visitors flock to this island paradise.
Balinese Hinduism evolved from mainstream over 500 years ago and is an integral part of life for the Balinese. The many colourful ceremonies and daily offerings are one of the most fascinating aspects of Bali. The island of Bali has many spectacular temples and you would do well to visit the temple of Pura Tanah Lot which is a short 40 minute drive from the main tourism area of Seminyak. Set in the Indian Ocean a few metres off shore it is a strikingly beautiful sight especially on sunset.
The island of Bali has numerous areas to visit. From the major tourism hubs of Seminyak, Legian and Kuta on the beaches in the south, the artisan village of Ubud surrounded by lush rice paddies and gorges, to the pristine islands of the Gili Gili and Nusa Lembongan and rugged volcanic regions of the North West there are many wondrous days of enjoyment to be experienced.
Bali is also renowned for its world class surfing breaks. Blessed by natural reef breaks and beach breaks there is an adventure for all levels of surfer from beginner to intermediate.
Please note you will not be allowed into the country if your passport is valid for less than six months. It is really important because there have been clients in the past that have not been able to enter through the Ngurah Rai airport because of the passport expiry date is less than six months.
With potential medical, liability, cancellation risks involved in holidays, travel insurance is important, as deposits and rental payments are not refundable after a reservation has been confirmed. We highly recommend to buy and all-inclusive travel insurance package which covers all your expenses if you need to cancel your holiday due to personal reasons or a world event.
Uluwatu is at the southernmost tip of southern Bali, Indonesia.
Uluwatu proper is a small village on the west coast, south of Jimbaran, but for most visitors it refers only to the famous temple of the same name, several kilometers further south. Many people also use it to refer to the area south of Jimbaran. The entire area is also called the Bukit Peninsula or just The Bukit, while Pecatu (peh-CHA-tuh) refers to a small village inland.
Uluwatu started life as a surfer's haven. Small bungalows close to surf points where the only options for a long time. Now the area has sprouted an impressive collection of expensive villas and resorts as well. Beware false advertising though: only the most expensive "villas" are completely private and self-contained, while most share at least some facilities (eg. pool) and the cheapest ones are just clusters of bungalows.