Villa Saba 10 in Bali

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I stayed a night in Villa Saba 10 in Umalas (Bali) with Dominique of Once Loves AUS and Jenna Bitar last night. I’m so impressed by the interior design by Saba Steck. A lot of concrete, tribal details, natural influences, outdoor bathrooms and an open living space.. If you know me and my blog, you know this is heaven for me. It’s everything I ever blogged about. I’m still speechless, so I will let the photos speak for itself, although I wasn’t able to capture it equally how we experienced it.

Some interesting additional info about the villa:
– 4.5 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
– rooftop terrace with palm trees for sunset yoga sessions – possible to book own instructor
– 17m pool with fireplace
– tasty breakfast selection – we chose typical Indonesian fried rice and fruits
– walk-in closet, maybe not needed but a girl’s dream
– in a quiet surrounding yet only a 5 minute cab ride away from Seminyak’s hot spots
– villa telephone – order any food you feel like when you don’t want to go out, we chose yummy Indian
– the owners contribute to the Bali Children Foundation:
“For all alcohol sales in the villa we donate the profits to sponsor the education of children living in poor regions of Bali through Bali Children Foundation. We are are currently sponsoring 21 children and we hope to fund the education of many many more kids in the near future. The drop-out rate in rural primary schools is very high. Children frequently have no option other than a lifetime of working on the land. Our vision, at Bali Children Foundation, is to provide an educational pathway for disadvantaged Balinese children – a journey leading to growth and long term sustainability.” – Bali Children Foundation

 

This collaboration was organized by The Asia Collective

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