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“Sohamsa Ocean Estate is a Christmas holiday haven.”
Expatliving.sg, Published October, 08th 2018.
“Sohamsa Ocean Estate has two stunning cliff-side villas that offer loads of space for the whole family.”
Expatliving.sg, Published October 24th, 2018.
“Sohamsa Ocean Estate is one of a kind luxury complex offering two magnificent villas with spectacular views over the Indian ocean.”
Cliff top luxury with stunning ocean views, Tropical life magazine, Published September – December 2018.
“It sets in two multimillion-dollar clifftop villas overlooking the oceans of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula.”
Sohamsa Ocean Estate has been chosen Escape Haven as their retreat in Uluwatu, NZ Herald Travel, Published October 22nd, 2017.
“Wonderful place to cater to large groups than one of the many picturesque villas dotting Bali’s coast.”
6 of the most luxurious villas you can rent in Bali, Lifestyleasia.com, Published July 19th, 2017.
“Klasik Simetris menegaskan langgam kontemporer khas Bali, membaur dengan material local membangun suasana intim di setiap sudutnya. Harmonisasi antar ruang yang menyatu dengan lanskap, diekspos melalui artificial light dengan warna hangat, memberikan kesan sensual pada setiap area hunian.”
Traditionally Modish, Elle Decoration Indonesia, Published August 2016.
April 10th, 2017 - April 13th, 2017“Ahh.... Sohamsa, Thank you for making our stay so wonderful. The food, staff and location have been magnificent.”
David S, United States - Stayed at Villa Hamsa
April 10th, 2016 - April 10th, 2017“Thank you for such a great week, would definitely love to come back. Branko”
Branko, Australia - Stayed at Villa Hamsa
Sohamsa Ocean Estate lies at the edge of the Bukit peninsula, a limestone plateau on the delightfully unspoiled southernmost tip of Bali. It rests within an exclusive enclave of luxury villas that line the cliff high above the Indian Ocean – seemingly miles away from the island’s busiest tourist districts yet just half an hour from the airport. While there is little within walking distance in this dramatic rural setting, just two kilometres away is Pandawa Beach with its stretch of white sand, local cafes and sea sports. Hidden beach coves and famed surf breaks are within easy reach, as is the sacred sea temple of Uluwatu, some very cool beach clubs and the restaurants of Jimbaran Bay and Nusa Dua.
Welcome to Sohamsa Ocean Estate – two glorious villas perched on the cliff-top on the edge of the Bukit peninsula in the southernmost part of Bali. Here, our guests enjoy one of the most magnificent vistas on the entire island – a view enjoyed from practically every room in both the five-bedroom Villa Soham and four-bedroom Villa Hamsa.
Award-winning Singapore architect Ernesto Bedmar created the stunning contemporary buildings, using Indonesia’s abundant natural materials in soaring recycled ironwood pillars, Merbau-wood pavilion roofs, and walls of riverstone and Palimanan stone. Within the elegant interiors, brightened with an au courant palette of cool grey and white, are inspired design flourishes: signature walls of Bengkirai-wood blocks that bring sparks of light into both living pavilions; headboard panelling made of lacquered rice sacks in all the bedrooms; and over-sized resin-candle pendant lights suspended above Italian Statuario marble-topped dining tables.
The soul of these stunning cliff-top villas is the professionally trained staff team led by the highly experienced villa manager Pak Adhi – together dedicated to treating each guest as celebrity-special. At their heart is the accomplished chef, whose spectacular dishes mirror the inventiveness and elan of the setting in which they’re served.
Whether the villas are booked separately, or together for as many as 18, Sohamsa Ocean Estate offers the level of facilities and service that entice families and friends to stay put and enjoy every aspect. But with a chauffeured car at the ready, guests can be whisked away to the white-sand Pandawa Beach in minutes, and Bali’s best loved surf breaks, sea temples and seafood restaurants are within a half hour’s drive.
The owners chose a Sanskrit phrase for the estate name; ‘Soham’ – and its inversion ‘ham-sa’ (translating as ‘I am he’) references oneness with the universe and the presence of divinity in each soul. It’s an apt name as this beautiful setting is sure to inspire awe and contemplation on the beauty and richness of life.