About Ministry of Chalets

Bali is known as the Island of Gods, Island of Love, Island of Peace and Morning of the World. A favourite holiday destination for many travelers, the island of Bali offers a diverse range of pleasures for holidaymakers and an equally diverse selection of villas for you to choose from.

The island of Bali is 5,632 km². East to west, the island is 153 km (95 mi) wide and spans 112 km (69 mi) north to south. Bali experiences hot and humid weather conditions with the sun shining most of the year.

Villas are located in some of the most beautiful areas of the island, which we have categorised by region. Beaches in the south tend to have white sand while those in the north and west have black sand. Mountains range from the central region to the eastern side and several small islands lie to the immediate south east between Bali and Lombok.



The most visited part of the island; the southern region of Bali welcomes visitors arriving from Denpasar’s international airport and has several beachside villages:

Kuta Bali


Kuta is a popular beachside town in Bali, attracting thousands of tourists every year. Overcrowded, congested and chaotic, ideal for backpakers or those wanting to party… read more

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Legian Bali


Legian stretches north from Kuta to Seminyak and offers the same easy access to shops, spas and bars but with a slightly more relaxed and less chaotic feeling… read more

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Seminyak Bali


Seminyak is known for its luxury villas, spas, fashionable high-end restaurants and bars. The atmosphere is sophisticated and laid-back and the beach is quiet… read more

Kerobokan Bali


Kerobokan is a small village in southern Bali, set amongst the lush emerald green rice terraces and is adjacent to the famous tourist location of Seminyak… read more

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Umalas Bali


The exotic, yet elusive Umalas, is a tiny town bordering Seminyak. Umalas is set in the beautiful emerald rice fields with stunning villas and yummy hidden restaurants… read more

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Canggu Bali


Canggu is a small village on the beach north of Seminyak offering a more tranquil escape. It is still largely rural with villas surrounded by rice paddies and very few tourists… read more

Seseh-Tanah Bali


Seseh-Tanah Lot is home to Pura Tanah Lot, a pilgrimage temple set on a rock formation on the rugged coast. Pura Tanah Lot is the perfect place to watch the sunset over the ocean… read more

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Sanur Bali


Sanur is a mature beachside town with a quiet and relaxed vibe. Sanur has plenty of water sports perfect for a summer holiday such as kite surfing and stand up paddle board… read more

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Jimbaran Bali


Jimbaran was once a tiny fishing village, but is now home to high-end villas perched on the ridges overlooking Jimbaran Bay, nicknamed the “Beverley Hills of Bali”… read more

Nusa Dua Bali


Nusa Dua sits on the eastern side of the Bukit Peninsula on the southern tip of the island. Home to upmarket luxury hotels, villas and popular golf courses in Bal… read more

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Uluwatu Bali


Uluwatu is home to the famous Uluwatu temple, Bali’s best beaches, top surfing spots and a favourite for celebrities and holiday makers wanting more urban beach villages… read more

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Denpasar Bali


Denpasar is the capital of Bali as well as the most populous city on the island. Home to Bali’s International airport and long-term villa rentals, worth checking out… read more

Villas in Denpasar


The cultural heart of Bali; the central region of Bali is a mountainous area dotted with rice paddies and villages rich with culture and warm hospitality:

Balli, Ubud


Ubud is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. Famous as an arts and crafts hub, and nearby villages seems to consist of artists’ workshops and galleries… read more

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Gianyar, Bali


Gianyar is a regency (kabupaten) in the Indonesian province of Bali. There are a few stunning villas in Gianyar hidden in rainforest setting, 1-2 hours from Denpasar… read more

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Tabanan, Bali


Tabanan is a quiet village two hours from Denpasar. It is known for rolling green landscapes, rugged mountains and the imposing Mount Batukaru, Bali’s second highest peak… read more



The antithesis of southern Bali; the northern region of Bali is a laid back stretch of traditional beach villages and Bali’s old administrative capital, Singaraja:

Pemuteran, Bali


Pemuteran is a relaxed beachside town, home to the largest artificial Biorock reef project in the world and there is a real spirit of marine conservation effort in this area… read more

Villas in Pemuteran
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Lovina Bali


Lovina is a stretch of quiet coastal villages with black sand beaches and coral reefs, which are accessed by a multitude of small lanes which run perpendicular to the road… read more

Villas in Lovina
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Singaraja Bali


Singaraja still has the feel of an old colonial capital. The streets are wider than elsewhere in Bali and some of the old houses set in large gardens recall days long gone… read more

Villas in Singaraja


The eastern region of Bali consists of natural habitat ranging from lush forests and black sand beaches to barren gravel plains and an active volcano:

Amed Bali


Amed is a long stretch of coast running from the village of Cucik about 14 km eastwards incorporates seven villages of Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and… read more

Villas in Amed
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Candidasa Bali


Candidasa is a quiet coastal town, the Bali Aga and gateway to the east coast. This is a laid back and very relaxing area of Bali with a wide range of accommodation options. Read more

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Padangbai, Bali


Padang Bai is a small port town where ferries to Lombok depart. Most visitors to Padang Bai are there to catch a boat to Lombok and sadly miss out on a Padang Bai… read more

Villas in Padangi Bai


The southeastern islands of Bali are splendid for diving, surfing, exploration and just relaxing. The islands off Bali is surrounded by coral reefs:

Lombok Bali


Lombok is an island in the West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. It’s a 2 hour boat ride from Bali to Lombok and well worth the visit as it’s not as crowded… read more

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Gili Islands Bali


Gili Islands is a name that refers to a cluster of three individual islands – Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan. Meno and Air are quiet and Trawangan is the party island… read more

Villas on Gili Islands
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Nusa Lembongan Bali


Nusa Lembongan is by far the best known by visitors and has a well developed level of tourism-related infrastructure within its eight square kilometres or so… read more




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