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Trip Advisor Award


Trip Advisor Award at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa proudly announces that our villa was awarded the Travelers’ Choice Award by Tripadvisor in 2021. Tripadvisor is the world’s largest travel platform, which has been used by travelers to browse over 878 million reviews. This award shows that we are listed among the top 10% hotels in the world. 

Our loyal team and guests have given such major contributions to the success of our villa in achieving this award. We do thank all of our beloved guests for their loyalty in giving excellent reviews about their experiences staying at Ini Vie Villa. Your positive feedback on Tripadvisor has been one of the biggest factors of our success to date that made Ini Vie Villa a villa that is trusted by many travelers worldwide for having their most excellent staycation in Bali. Furthermore, we would like to also thank our loyal team of The Ini Vie Villa and Ini Vie Hospitality for their continuous effort and commitment in giving their best services for our guests. We believe that our success has been the reflection of our committed team in giving the best services for all of our guests. 



Tuesday 18 May 2021




Ini Vie Villa is Rated 8.7 Out of 10 on The Traveller Review Award 2021


Ini Vie Villa is Rated 8.7 Out of 10 on The Traveller Review Award 2021 at Ini Vie Villa

Om Swastiastu, 


Ini Vie Villa excitedly announces that our villa is rated 8.7 out of 10 on The Traveller Review Award 2021 of Booking.com. Booking.com is used as an online travel platform for lodging reservations, car rentals, tourist attractions and airport transfers. The website has been available in 43 languages and it also established its own app for your smartphone. 


Featuring its One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi, and 2 units 2 Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi, Ini Vie Villa awaits you with its super romantic ambience of Bali. Located in the border of Legian and Kuta, Ini Vie Villa indulges your longing for super intimate and romantic escapes with its romantic surprises. From romantic Candle Light Dinner and Flower Decoration on The Pool to Romantic Flower Petals on The Pool and Jacuzzi, all of these beautiful surprises always welcome you at Ini Vie Villa. 


Once again, thank you to all our beloved guests who reserve and review their experience staying at Ini Vie Villa to the world. We are always committed to keep up our excellent services in order to make the best of your honeymoon and staycation at Ini Vie Villa. 


Monday 25 January 2021




The List of Beach Clubs That Are Still Open At The Moment


The List of Beach Clubs That Are Still Open At The Moment at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa would like to say Happy New Year to all of you! May 2021 will bring more happiness to all of us! 

By this article, we are sharing some lists of Beach Clubs in Bali that are still open at this moment for you that are still celebrating your new chapters of 2021 in Bali, 


Azul Beach Club 

Located in Legian close to Keramas Beach, Azul Beach Club and Restaurant becomes the first Tiki’s Bar in Bali with its iconic Tiki Cocktail. Azul Beach Club is uniquely designed for seekers of the true Bali’s beach vibe. By emphasizing on the use of bamboo on its design plus added by sago palm roof and its open-air restaurant design allow its visitors to get closer to the nature of Bali’s beach. The selection of beverages and cuisines here will definitely pamper your taste bud. For your thirst for Tiki beverages, you can have a sip of Tiki Puka-Puka, The Island Nectar, King Tropic and Bali-Bali Tiki of Azul Beach Club.Your rumbling tummy will love the taste of Grilled Jumbo Prawn, Fillet Barramundi and Lamb Shank Tangine of Azul Beach Club. For you who like to have a sharing meal or drink with your besties, just give a try on Azul Beach Club’s Tiki Sangria Bowl, and The Monster Tiki. Not only serving you with its mouth-watering menus, this beach club also enables you to get an easier access to some awesome spots in Bali such as 3 Dimension Museum “I am Bali” or Dream Museum Zone, Pandora Experience Escape Room and The Bali Bombing Monument.  



La Brisa Bali

La Brisa Bali offers you a sensation of oasis vibe by the sea. Located in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Canggu, the outer part of La Brisa is decorated with tons of reclaimed balinese fisherman boats. While enjoying the sea breeze, you are also welcomed by the The Arcadian Vibes of La Brisa which is also hand decorated by seashells, sand, fishing road and antique buoy. Your tropical relaxation at La Brisa Bali will be also accompanied by a best selection of foods and beverages. La Brisa awaits you with its high-rated foods such as its selection of Pizzas (smoked bacon, diabola or four cheese), La Brisa’s brunch menus (egg benedict, beef burger, banana bread), or some snacks and sharing (wild mushroom arancini, fried squid, garlic bread or french fries). You can kill your spare time by nibbling on some of La Brisa’s finger foods like fish tachos, beef burger, fried chicken bao buns or beef burgers. For its bar menu, La Brisa awaits you with its first-rate liquid refreshment such as its signature cocktails (Bali sunset, Bali colada, Tropical Lagoon), Sangrias (beach sangria, paradise sangria), Whiskey, Vodka, Wine and many more. 



COMO Beach Club Bali

COMO Beach Club Bali awaits you for another tropical getaway in Canggu with its concept that definitely attracts surfers or cosmopolitan travellers. With its location overlooking the scenic view of a sea, you sense the fresh breeze of Canggu comforting you while enjoying the beauty of the stunning panorama of Canggu beach.  COMO Beach Club’s kitchen is committed to serve you with regional and fresh ingredients yet still using a modern approach in its food serving. You can have a varied selection of menus that range from local to international favourites. You can opt to have a selection of milk, nusantara fruit and salad, cereals, grains and blends or some juices and blends. For your addiction to local foods, COMO offers different local menus each day, for instance on Monday you can have bubur merah, on Tuesday you can have some munches on Laksa or on Wednesday you can order mie goreng. Or you can give a try on its A La Carte menu where you can have some options of omelettes, fried rice, real toast or a fruity tropical smoothie bowl. 




We think that most of you are quite familiar with this beach club, right? Yes, Finns Beach Club is listed among the most popular beach clubs in Bali. Located in Canggu, this beach club consists of 4 pools, 9 bars and 2 restaurants as well as a sushi bar. The outstanding bamboo structure of Finns Beach Club is designed to guarantee sunset view for all Finns’ guests. Not only that, Finns Beach Club welcomes you with its well-balanced mix of local cuisines and international delights with surely the freshest and the highest quality spices and ingredients. Since there are 9 bars and 2 restaurants here, you can have hell lots of cuisines and beverages selection. Mumbai kitchen indulges your tummy with its authentic Indian menus such as chicken tandoori, chana dal, tikka paneer or butter chicken. Japanese cuisines addicts may munch on some sashimi, tempura, okonomiyaki, miso soup and have a sip of some sake, Japanese martinis, or fukuko. Gelato and desserts enthusiasts may try some best selections of gelato, cheese cake, chocolate cake. Not only mouth watering foods and beverages, jaw-dropping ambience and vibe of Finns Beach Club are also second to none. 

To get the most of your tropical vacation in Bali, you can splash around the 4 pools of Finns while having your sip of liquid refreshment. Or you can wish to sit back and relax on the super comfy single and deluxe beds surrounded by beautiful white sand. 



Palmilla beach club 

Opened in October 2019, Palmilla beach club allows you to enjoy the scenic panorama of Melasti Beach in Uluwatu. Although it has just opened in 2019, the popularity of this beach club is not doubted. From flavorsome cuisines to instagenic spots, you can find all of these awesome stuffs here. For its food selection, you can wish to savor some of Palmilla's tasty pizza (margeritha, pepperoni, triple cheese and barbeque chicken). Slurping on some tequila, sparkling wine or vodka is a thing that must not be missed here. Not only its appealing cuisines and beverages, this popular beach club will help you create funtastic and instagramable memories for your most updated Instagram feeds. Feel free to pose cheerfully while lazing away on the sunbed or to swing on the swing while sipping your favorite wine. Do not also miss the chance to swim on Palmilla’s pool or to sunbathe to get your tan!

Cafe Del Mar Bali 

Cafe Del Mar awaits you with its ultimate Ibiza vibe to enjoy the tropical sensation of Bali. The Mediterranean and Spanish concepts are obviously prioritized on most of its designs. The whitish and blueish iconic color of Mediterranean vibe is also one of the most instagenic spots of Cafe Del Mar that must not be missed. Dancing in the pool, lazing away all day long on your sunbed or simply dancing a little jig are all possible to do here. For its menu, Cafe Del Mar allows you to savor on some Ibizian food variations, yet the spice and the ingredients are adapted to the local taste bud. You can have everything from bread to share, some tapas to mezze platter to share. Large plate menus to share or small plate menus to nibble with yourself also await you here. For you who consider alcoholic drinks unfavorable, Cafe Del Mar Bali offers you with some of its best juices and gelatos in the city. Last but not least, due to its location overlooking the Indian ocean, for sunset hunters, your favorite sunset moment would never be missed at this beach club!



Ibiza in Bali

Ibiza in Bali offers you with a first-hand experience of enjoying Ibiza’s tropical getaway in Jimbaran, Bali. Offering the concept of an open-air beach club, Ibiza in Bali welcomes you with European vibes, Balearic beats and of course Spanish delights. Its glass aquarium pool is centred among all facilities plus its swim-up bar, sumptuous daybed and a rooftop lounge will definitely make the most of your tropical paradise in Bali. Unlike any other beach clubs, Ibiza in Bali becomes the one and only beach club with Ibizian concept, also indulges your tongue with its top-rated menus. Your craving for spanish delight will be satisfied by Spanish tapas (una de chopitos, patatas bravas, pulpo a galega) and Spanish Paellas of Ibiza Bali (arroz negro, paella mixta). Refresh your thirsty throat by a varied liquid refreshment selection of Ibiza in Bali such as red wine, rose wine, sangria, sparkling wine and of course cocktails and mocktails. For visitors who are not into alcoholic beverages, have some try on Ibiza in Bali’s smoothies, chill juices, fresh juices or soft drinks. 

Mrs.Sippy Bali

Do not miss a chance to have a short tropical escape from your monotonous routine by splashing around the largest salt water pool at Mrs. Sippy Bali. A beach club with its iconic Mediterranean concept is set with an open-air kitchen, with its plush sunbeds accompanied by DJ music. Not only a wicked place to have fun, Mrs. Sippy also welcomes you with its top-rated beverages and cuisines. Have a try on some Western delights like pizzas (margeritha, napoletana, 4 cheese, pepperoni), burgers (wagyu beef burger, grilled chicken burger). Wishing for some afternoon brunch with healthier menus? Have some munch on poke and salads selection of Mrs.Sippy Bali such as sippy bowl, sashimi bowl, caesar salad or charred cauliflower. Vegetarian fanatics can also have happy tummies at Mrs. Sippy Bali by savoring vegetarian burgers, garden salads or nachos vegetarian. Local food enthusiasts may also pamper their tongue with some fried rice, fried noodles or chicken satay of Indonesia. Parched throat during the day? Have a quick sip of a varied selection of wine (sparkling wine, white wine, red wine), cocktail selection, vodka, gin, tequila or whisky. Coffee, milkshakes, tea, softies or milk are available for non-alcoholic drink fanatics who crave for some liquid refreshment. 




KU DE TA Bali uses a concept of modern beach club with its high class restaurant. For the past 16 years, KU DE TA has been consistently keeping up its excellent services which made KU DE TA was awarded by Gold List 2017: The Best Beach Club in the World by Conde Naste. World class foods with awesome DJ music await you at one of the best beach clubs in the world. Its world class food selection ranges from gourmet sandwiches and nachos (vegan jackfruit tacos, salmon nori tacos, vegan jackfruit tacos), pizza (fungi, inferno, gamberetto), pasta (tuna aglio olio linguine) salads (burrata, KDT caesar salad) and burger (house protein burger, angus burger, fish burger). Food sharing moments with besties might be awesome at KU DE TA by munching some of its world class shared foods for instance seafood tempura, iga bakar and cheese platter). You have a sweet tooth? Do not forget to savor some top-rated sweets of KU DE TA (coconut panna cotta, flavours of tiramisu, selection of sorbet). Have some world class liquid refreshments for your best dining experience by sipping on some cocktail, mocktail or crafted beers. Lastly, keep in mind that you need to dress well and tidily after 4 pm, since KU DE TA beach club shifts its main service into a restaurant after 4 pm! And remember that during the night, you are entertained by tons of music genres such as blues, pop, house music, classic and even hiphop!



Kubu Beach Club 

Kubu Beach Club exhibits limestone cliffs, Balinese architecture plus its aquamarine waters. Unlike any other beach clubs, Kubu Beach Club offers you a completely unique and distinctive panorama since it is located in the remaining hidden white sand cove of Uluwatu. The selection of cuisines of this Kubu Beach Club will definitely make you have your repeat order! You can have some bites on some of its lunch menus like chicken pork satay, pepes ikan, snapper ceviche, cheeseburger or even the Balinse iconic bakso balung. Have your throat refreshed by some liquid refreshment of Kubu Beach Club such as kubu ice tea, rujak kuud, soda gembira or its kubu markisa splash. And of course, do not miss the chance to take your most instagenic collection of pictures at this beach club! Fascinating waves panorama with its stunning cliffs and nature will completely impress you!



Wednesday 30 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa ranks the #2nd out of 107 Hotels in Legian


Ini Vie Villa ranks the #2nd out of 107 Hotels in Legian at Ini Vie Villa

Such exciting news for Ini Vie Villa


Ini Vie villa ranks the #2nd out of 107 hotels in Legian on TripAdvisor. Tripadvisor has been considered as one of the biggest online travel platforms and a reliable online source, which can be used by travelers to browse tons of information regarding the prices, the reviews and the availability of hotel rooms, transportation, flights and cruises.


Please kindly click the link below to see our #2nd rank on Tripadvisor:



It is surely an honor for Ini Vie Villa to be considered as the #2nd out of more than 100 Hotels in Legian by Tripadvisor. Without the trust of our guests, Ini Vie Villa will never be able to get this #2nd rank among more than 100 Hotels in Legian. That is why, we do appreciate the willingness of our beloved guests to choose us to get their most remarkable honeymoon experience in Bali. 


Ini Vie Villa awaits you with its romantic vibe of Bali. Featuring its One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi and Two Bedroom Villas with Private Pool and Jacuzzi, Ini Vie Villa also presents its romantic surprises to create the most of your honeymoon in Bali. From flower decorations in the bathtub, flower decorations on the pool to full romantic on the bed, all of these cute surprises are waiting for you at Ini Vie Villa. 


Ini Vie Villa would like to thank all of you, who have been willing to share your best experiences staying at Ini Vie Villa to the outer world on TripAdvisor. Ini Vie Villa is always committed to creating your most memorable and fabulous honeymoon in Legian.  Our priority is always about giving the best services for all our guests. We do hope that we can keep up our consistency in giving the best services for all of our guests. 


Friday 18 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa is Featured on Trip Canvas


Ini Vie Villa is Featured on Trip Canvas at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa proudly announces that our villa has been featured in an article entitled “24 Affordable Luxury Honeymoon Villas in Bali for A Romantic Getaway” on Trip Canvas. Trip Canvas is an online travel magazine that shares useful information to travellers about what activities you can do during your travelling, where you can stay in Indonesia and Thailand. 


Please kindly have a look on the article on the link below:



Ini Vie Villa would improve its best services to always impress all our guests during their honeymoon and staycation in Bali. 


Ini Vie Villa always awaits you to create your most perfect honeymoon in Seminyak. 


Friday 18 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa is Featured on ticket.com 


Ini Vie Villa is Featured on ticket.com  at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa proudly announces that our villa has been featured in an article entitled “Romantic Villa in Bali with Private Pool'' on ticket.com. Ticket.com is an online travelling platform that gives useful information for travellers regarding flight reservations, hotel rooms booking, train ticket booking even concert tickets, seminar tickets and attractions tickets booking can be made easier by Ticket.com 


Please kindly have a look on the article on the link below: 



Ini Vie Villa would improve its best services to always impress all our guests during their honeymoon and staycation in Bali. 


Ini Vie Villa always awaits you to create your most perfect honeymoon in Seminyak. 



Thursday 17 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa is Featured on Thrillophilia.com


Ini Vie Villa is Featured on Thrillophilia.com at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa proudly announces that our villa has been featured in an article entitled “40 best honeymoon villas in Bali'' on thrillophillia.com. Thrillophilia.com is India’s biggest online platform used to help travellers to discover more of traveling experiences. From getaway to excursions, and tours to activities, Thrillophilia.com covers these travelling needs to be easier, safer and more affordable. 


Please kindly have a look on the article on the link below:



Ini Vie Villa would improve its best services to always impress all our guests during their honeymoon and staycation in Bali. 


Ini Vie Villa always awaits you to create your most perfect honeymoon in Seminyak. 



Wednesday 16 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa is Rated 9.0 out of 10 by Traveloka


Ini Vie Villa is Rated 9.0 out of 10 by Traveloka at Ini Vie Villa

Om Swastiastu,


La Vie Villa is excited to share this news with you! We are rated 9.0 out of 10 by Traveloka. Traveloka is an online platform that helps travellers in terms of airline ticketing and hotel booking services. It also recently expands its services to explore more about car rentals, travelling and recreational activities. 


Please kindly check the link here to see more of our 9.0 rating on Traveloka



We thank all of our lovely guests and our hardworking staff for helping us achieve this rating from Traveloka. Ini Vie Villa appreciates the willingness of all our guests to write down engaging stories regarding their experiences staying with us. Your lovely words would help us to get as many more loyal customers as possible in the near future. In addition, we also appreciate the dedication of our beloved staff who have been so passionate about giving the best services at all times. Our biggest thanks goes to our lovely guests and our hardworking staff. 


Ini Vie Villa will keep up the good work in giving the best services to all our customers. We are always excited to create your best moments and stories at Ini Vie Villa. 



Monday 14 December 2020




Ini Vie Villa Ranks the Top #8 out of 2451 Hotels in Bali


Ini Vie Villa Ranks the Top #8 out of 2451 Hotels in Bali at Ini Vie Villa

Om Swastiastu, 


We excitedly announce to all of our beloved guests that Ini Vie Villa has been voted by Tripadvisor as the Top #8 out of 2451 hotels in Bali! Tripadvisor has been considered as one of the biggest online travel platforms. It is an american offline travel platform that is available for a mobile phone’s app or a website. Tripadvisor is a reliable online source, which can be used by travellers to browse tons of information regarding the prices, the reviews and the availability of hotel rooms, transportation, flights and cruises. 


It is surely an honor for Ini Vie Villa to be considered as the Top #8 out of more than 2000 hotels in Bali by Tripadvisor. Without the trust of our guests, Ini Vie Villa will not be able to get this top #8 ranks among 2000 hotels in Bali. That is why, we do appreciate the willingness of our beloved guests to choose us to get their most remarkable honeymoon experience in Bali. 


Featuring its 8 units One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi, and 2 units 2 Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi, Ini Vie Villa awaits you with its super romantic ambience of Bali. Located in the border of Legian and Kuta, Ini Vie Villa indulges your longing for super intimate and romantic escapes with its romantic surprises. From romantic Candle Light Dinner and Flower Decoration on The Pool to Romantic Flower Petals on The Pool and Jacuzzi, all of these beautiful surprises always welcome you at Ini Vie Villa. 

Ini Vie Villa would like thank all of you, who have been willing to share your best experiences staying at Ini Vie Villa to the outer world at TripAdvisor. Ini Vie Villa is always committed to creating your most memorable and fabulous honeymoon in Legian.  Our priority is always about giving the best services for all our guests. We do hope that we can keep up our consistency in giving the best services for all of our guests. 


We are always pleased to welcome you at Ini Vie Villa. 



Monday 14 December 2020




New Normal Experience at Ini Vie Villa


New Normal Experience at Ini Vie Villa at Ini Vie Villa

Welcome to the new normal experience at Ini Vie Villa. Ini Vie Villa is committed to continuously improving hygiene and safety standards according to health protocols recommended by the government and the World Health Organization during new normal experience. Ini Vie Villa always informs the staff and guests that always wear face masks and keep a distance from one another to minimize and prevent the spread of Covid 19. Ini Vie Villa provides standardization of health protocols and amenities such as body’s temperature checking, hand sanitizer both in the lobby and guest room, face masks for guests and regularly disinfects guest rooms after guests checkout and public facilities that are often passed by guests. Ini Vie Villa does minimize any information and form by paper to prevent the spread of covid 19 and all information and registration form are provided by online that the guest can access by scanning the QR code available. Such as registration form for check in process. 
Here is the details new normal experiences:
On arrival:
•    Guest should wash their hand and check body’s temperature before entering the lobby area
•    The guest’s luggage will be sanitized before entering the lobby area
Check-in and checkout process:
•    The guest will fill up the registration form via online by scan the QR code which is available in the lobby area
•    Our reception team will take a copy of the passport by smartphone to minimize paper touching between the reception team and the guest.
•    All payment must be done by credit card and we do not receive cash payment. 
•    Health protocol amenities are available free for the guest. Such as Hand Sanitizer, face mask and hand glove
•    The reception team will do the inspectan to the room key before given to the guest
•    Any bills will be sanitized before given to the guest

 Guest’s room:
•    Social distanced are followed during assist the guest to their room
•    Hand sanitizer is provided in the room to the guest
•    Our staff  will do the inspectant in the room regularly after guest checkout


Ini Vie Villa's Staff:
•    The staff is always reminded about covid 19 awarness during regular meeting
•    The staff regular remain to keep continuously improving hygiene and safety standards
•    The staff are used amenities standard amenities protocol such as a face mask, hand glove and face shield.


Monday 23 November 2020




Wanagiri Hidden Hills


Wanagiri Hidden Hills at Ini Vie Villa

The Northern part of Bali could also offer you with popular tourism objects. Whenever you visit Bedugul, spend some of your time to see Wanagiri Hidden Hills and The Famous Bali Swing. This stunning tourism place is located at the highland of Wanagiri, especially in the Munduk Village, Buleleng Bali. Just a quick drive from Bedugul (around 18 minutes) this place is around 2 hours from Kuta by car drive or scooter riding. Overlooking the Buyan Lake and Tamblingan Lake, the beauty of this place is remarkable. For nature lovers, or peace-seeking travellers, Wanagiri Hidden Hills would make you feel the beauty of this place is just second to none. Visitors find themselves to be in a place with mountainous panorama with its balmy weather added by calming ambience surrounding the hills. 


If you dream about creating some wonderful content for your Instagram account, Wanagiri Hidden Hills can make your dream come true. You could capture some moments to create Instagramable pictures by posing in the human-sized bird’s nest, create some wonderful content by playing on the swing. Or you could pose some of your best movement in the well-known bow of boat and the tree houses. All these stunning photography setting are surrounded by the scenic Tamblingan Lake and Buyan Lake undeniably can help you to get the memorable photos collection. The balmy weather that surrounds this place also gives more peaceful atmosphere for visitors that wish to get some fresh air from Balinese hills. 


To beat the crowd, we suggest that you better visit this place earlier in the morning, since this place is quite popular for photography and lots of people usually visit this place. The best time to come here is in April or October. If you have some plans to visit Wanagiri Hidden Hills, you also spend some time to go to some wonderful tourist destinations, such as the iconic Bali Handara Gate, Buyan Lake, Bedugul Botanical Garden and Bedugul Traditional Market. 


Written By:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person:

Phone  : +62 81 237 493 763

Email   : marcom@inivie.com


Thursday 02 April 2020




The Gate to Heaven Bali


The Gate to Heaven Bali at Ini Vie Villa

You all are not unfamiliar with this Instagramable picture on the top left side of this article, are you? Well, yes, you all must have known this picture, since a lot of travel bloggers pose their best movement before they post their memories in this well-known spot. Lempuyang Temple that is how people call this place. Located in Tista Village, Abang District, Karangasem Regency of Bali especially in the most eastern part of Bali, the beauty of this popular temple is just undeniable.



Lempuyang temple itself is one of the parts of Sad Kahyangan Temples in Bali, meanwhile the other ones include Goa Lawah Temple, Besakih Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Batukaru Temple and Pusering Jagat Temple. Established by Mpu Kuturan in 11 AD, Lempuyang temple comprises 1700 staircases and  it is divided into 3 (three) main areas, namely:


  • Jabe Pisan (the part when you find the white candi bentar): you can spot some Bale (Balinese Gazebo or Pavilion) or even Bale Gong and Kulkul (Balinese traditional music).


  • Jaba Tengah (the three area with whitely painted portal): the part of Jaba tengah, especially the central area or portal is the area where sacred objects and offerings can pass during religious ceremony.


  • Jeroan: this is the most sacred and holy area of Lempuyang Temple. You can spot Pelinggih or Meru when you come to this area and usually becomes a place where Hindu communities worship The God.



Since this is a temple (a place where Hindu worshippers pray), this means that this place is considered as a holy place and you are forbidden to come inside when you are (especially women) in your monthly period time. Besides, you are not allowed to flirt, kiss, say something rude or do something that is dirty at this place. In addition, mind your dress code and dress politely, plus please do bring your own sarong or kamben when you get into Lempuyang Temple. Sarong is fabric that wrapped around the waist to ankle and usually you can also wear scarf in your waist if you wear sarong when visiting Temples in Bali. You could also rent the sarong if you don’t have it yourself. You are also prohibited to go inside the temple if you bring foods.



If you wish to visit this place, keep in mind that Lempuyang Temple is far from Denpasar and Kuta, besides the fact that the weather here is cool since this temple is 600 meters above the sea level. To get to this spot, it takes for about 2 hours from Ubud and more than 2 hours from Denpasar. The best time to go here is during sunrise, but how why? Well because if you expect to capture lots of moments here, you must arrive here earlier in the morning to avoid the crowd of visitors. The best time to enjoy the beauty of this place is before 9 in the morning (if you wish to get first-hand experience to watch sunset and feel the fresher balmy weather around that surrounds the temple) or after 3 in the late afternoon (for the ones who choose to capture the wonderful sunset view). Remember that your journey to arrive at Lempuyang Temple wouldn’t be as easy as you may think. It is recommended that you rent a car or if you wish you could consider riding your motorbike to get here.


So what you think? Does spend some of your time at Lempuyang Temple worth it? The answer is “Yes! It does. 110% worth it”.


Written by

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person

Phone      : +62 81 237 493 763

Email       : marcom@inivie.com


Monday 23 March 2020




Jatiluwih Rice Terrace


Jatiluwih Rice Terrace at Ini Vie Villa

Have you ever wondered about how the rice that you eat is grown? Well if that happens to you, then you should plan to visit some wonderful rice terraces in Bali. As you know that in Indonesia, people mostly consider rice as their primary foods here. In Bali, it is well-recognized that the method of growing rice is usually by using rice terrace. Rice terrace is mostly made manually by people in Bali and it is well maintained from generations to generations.


If you are into photography, hiking or cycling or just wishing to see the well-recognized rice terrace while you are in Bali, then Jatiwulih rice terrace might be your must- visit place. This rice cultivation flowing the 636 hectare of Batukaru mount’s hillside with the altitude of 700 meters above the sea level. It takes 1.5 hours from Ubud by motorcycles and car, and 2 Hours from Denpasar and Kuta.  Jatiluwih rice terrace offers you with ultimate experience to enjoy the beauty of the Balinese rice terrace. Since it is located in the foot of Batukaru mount, you can expect to enjoy the scenic view of Batukaru mount when you visit Jatiluwih. Surrounded by its cool and balmy temperature, this rice terrace would offer you with stunning view of contoured rice terraced that being irrigated by using 7 communal water systems around this area. This communal water system usually called as Subak in Bali and Subak itself is usually managed by 1 (one) pekaseh. You must visit Jatiluwih in February or April, since this is the perfect time for you to see that tall greenish rice paddy. Besides its stunning view, Jatiluwih rice terrace also has some cultural and religious history.  Jatiluwih itself has some cultural history that links to the history and power of the King of Keraton Gelgel, “Ida Dalem Waturenggong”. It is also well-known for its Patirtaan religious ceremony (takes places at Petali Temple) in which people around this area believe that Petali Temple is a place to worship The Lord (Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa).


If you wish to come to Jatiluwih rice terrace, you could also have a look at some interesting tourism objects around this place. For instance Batukaru Temple that is located not too far from Jatiluwih. Besides, you can visit Tanah Lot temple after you visit Jatiluwih. Tanah lot attracts tourists with its instagramable view of its temple on the seashore.



Written by:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person:

Phone           : +62 81 237 493 763

Email             : marcom@inivie.com


Saturday 21 March 2020




Lawar and Babi Guling in Bali


Lawar and Babi Guling in Bali at Ini Vie Villa

The word “Lawar” might seem quite familiar for Balinese. Yes, this food has always been one of the most popular cuisines in Bali. In Galungan Day, some families feast and in many other Balinese rituals, you can hardly see Lawar is not served. In fact, you don’t have to wait for this food to be served until Galungan Day comes. If you are curious with the taste of Lawar, you can spot Lawar sellers easily spread on streets, markets and traditional Balinese Warung around Bali.



This famous Balinese food typically consists of some vegetables (like long beans) and chopped meat (chicken, pork) added by shrimp paste, chilis, turmeric, galangal and other traditional Balinese spices.



There are some selections of Lawar that you usually discover when you visit Bali, such as:

  1. Lawar Putih

This type of Lawar is the among the most common one, which made of grated coconut, meat added by vegetables and some spices like turmeric, chilli, pepper, shrimp paste and other types of Balinese traditional spices that we usually name it as “Basa Genep”.


  1. Lawar Barak

People call it Lawar Barak (Barak means Red in Balinese), due to the red color of this Lawar. Lawar Barak mainly made of chopped meat (it can be chicken or pork), vegetables, coconut and Balinese special spices added by raw meat blood (chicken or pork). The red color of this Lawar is mostly produced from the meat blood that is poured into this Lawar.


  1. Vegetable Lawar

If you are familiar with this flavored Lawar, this selection of Lawar usually made of long chopped bean added by Jackfruit or sometimes added by mango or other vegetables



Apart from these 3 types of Lawar, you may also discover other selections of Lawar in Bali, since restaurants and Lawar sellers try to offer some variations of ingredients added to Lawar to match it with their customers’ preferences.



Whenever you want to taste Lawar, you also may find Sate Lilit and Suckling Pig (Babi Guling) served along with Lawar itself. Balinese Sate Lilit is made of skewered grilled meat.  The word “Lilit” itself means to wrap around, in which it refers to the minced meat that is wrapped around the satay skewers. Travelers that come to Bali might taste Satay that made of grilled and skewered chicken or pork, and sometimes added by irresistible peanut sauce or chili sauce on it. In fact, if you expect to try Sate Lilit, you are not going to spot peanut sauce on it, instead, it is normally served with sambal or chili sauce.



Meanwhile Suckling Pig or we call it “Babi Guling” is a roasted pork usually concocted with typical Balinese spices like turmeric, black pepper, garlic and other Balinese traditional spices or usually known as “Basa Genep”. Originally Babi Guling is used as offerings for The God during Hindu Ceremonies, as a symbol of abundance shown by the Pork. The pork itself is slow-roasted in open fire until the meat is crispy and juicy. When it is served, Babi Guling is sliced into thin pieces of meat along with the aroma of Basa Genep in its juicy meat. Nowadays Babi Guling is widely known all over Bali and can be found during Balinese traditional ceremonies or in food stalls called “Warung Babi Guling”.



Written by:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person:

Phone              : +62 81 237 493 763

Email               : marcom@inivie.com


Sunday 15 March 2020




Potato Head Beach Club


Potato Head Beach Club at Ini Vie Villa

Anyone who fancies awesome sunset views, a day of perfect sunbathing followed by a sip of cocktails, then they must head soon to Potato Head Beach Club. Located in the heart of Seminyak, Potato Head Beach Club offers you luxurious sunbathing experience in a perfectly designed beachfront beach club. With its well-known three bars, infinity pool, swim up bar, those perfectly designed daybeds that surround the pools, this 500-square-metre lawn beach club is almost impossible to be considered amongst the low rated beach clubs’ lists.


Potato Head Beach Club is amongst the lists of popular beach clubs in Bali. Open from 10 am to 2 am, this beach club can surely offer you with true tropical nature in Bali. Once you arrive at this beach club, you are able to spot the uniquely curved façade of Potato Head Beach Club designed by Andra Martin. This quirky architecture that resembles Coloseum in Italy enables you to enjoy the sensation of staying in a building with tropical setting added by thousands of windows. Not only offering its quirky façade architecture, Potato Head Beach Club also provides travelers with a uniquely semi-open beach club with mind-blowing tropical setting to enjoy the beauty of the beach and sunset.


Potato Head Beach Club is 2 floors building beach club, with its ground floor being named as Lilin that serves you with Asian foods and Seafoods, meanwhile the 2nd floor is called as Tapping Shoes that indulges you with European foods. If you wish to taste various types of foods, no worries, this top-rated beach club allows you to choose foods ranging from local, international to Asian foods. For the one who fancies enjoying music and indulging themselves with performance of International DJs, they better visit this place that transforms into a top-rated night club after 10 at night.  


Potato Head Beach Club also have an international restaurant and traditional restaurant and for foods selection, you can expect to have selection of sharing board, main plates or even small plates.  If you take very seriously about selection of cocktails, this beach club might be in your list of must- visit beach clubs, since the club is well-known for its best selections of cocktails and wines. Besides, you can also wish to indulge yourself sunbathing with a mind blowing tropical setting with a sip of its top-rated spirits with the best selection of mixers.


So, what you waiting for? Grab the chance to visit one of the most popular beach clubs in Bali.


Written By:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person:

Phone  : +62 81 237 493 763

Email     : marcom@inivie.com



Wednesday 11 March 2020




Kelingking Beach


Kelingking Beach at Ini Vie Villa


Being well-known for the beauty of the two iconic deep cliffs, Kelingking beach is located in Karangdawa village in a small island called Nusa Penida. Nusa Penida is an island located in the south eastern coast of Bali along with Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. If you ask locals about the name of this hidden beach, instead of calling it Kelingking Beach, they normally name it Karangdawa Village, which matches the name of the Village where this beach located. This beautiful beach is known as “Secret point”, since only locals that used to know how and where to enjoy the beauty of this hidden beach. Travelers who go here normally need to pay around IDR 175,000 for speed boat ticket per person for one way trip, or you can choose the cheaper alternative which is by Public Ferry Padang Bay. This Public Ferry normally cost around IDR 31,000 per person for each one way trip. , If you go here from Sanur, it normally takes 1.5 hour but if you choose to go to Nusa Penida from Padang Bai it normally takes an hour.


It is hard for travelers to deny the beauty of Kelingking Beach with its tranquil atmosphere, which is perfect for peace seeking visitors. As it was ranked the 6th for top beaches in Asia 2020 by Tripadvisor (https://www.tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Beaches-cTop-g2), Travelers must consider Kelingking beach in their bucket list when they plan to visit Bali, since visiting Kelingking beach has been one of the most popular activities done by tourists. From the view point, visitors are able to enjoy the beauty of Kelingking beach’s white sand and the mindblowing steep cliffs view all the way down added by the popular limestone headland that reaches towards Indian Ocean. Its steep cliffs are quite popular since it shapes like T-Rex (a species of Dinosaur), which enshrouded travelers if they choose to enjoy the beach nearby the seashore. If you want to see the head shape of T-Rex of these cliffs, you need to go the left side of the bay and to see the body of these T-Rex shaped cliffs, you must go to the right side of it.


Besides this, Manta Point of Kelingking Beach is quite popular for travelers. Manta Point itself is a diving spot that gives travelers access to go diving down the ocean of Kelingking Beach to see Manta fish (the biggest Stingray in the World). It needs to be remembered that since it is a shore-break beach, you might discover that the wave is absolutely huge.  


Although Kelingking Beach is sometimes called a hidden beach, if you plan to visit this beach, you can still find restaurants and café around Kelingking Beach, such as Little Finger Café, Amok Sunset, The Dungki Bendega Resto. Please click this link below to find out more about restaurants and café around Kelingking Beach (https://www.tripadvisor.com/RestaurantsNear-g2538506-d12396108-Kelingking_Beach-Nusa_Penida_Bali.html).



Written by:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact Person:

Phone   : +62 81 237 493 763

Email     : marcom@inivie.com


Thursday 05 March 2020




Nyepi Day


Nyepi Day at Ini Vie Villa

Nyepi Day

Every once in a year, Hindu Communities in Bali celebrate Nyepi Day or known as Balinese New Year (celebrated based on The Balinese Saka Calendar), in which the word “Nyepi” means to keep silent. It is usually celebrated after the spring equinox’s darkmoon when the duration of nighttime and daytime is approximately equal. During this Nyepi day, The Island of Bali usually stops all the activities for 24 hours. Therefore, it should be noted that all travelers that come to Bali during this Nyepi day should be aware that Bali becomes completely silent. All shops are closed, streets are deserted, I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is also closed, all people turns off lights at home, no pedestrians are allowed to stay outside and all the noise should be lowered to its lowest level. During this Nyepi day, the atmosphere of tranquillity and peace enshroud Bali, making it feel like The Island of Paradise.


The purpose of Nyepi Day is to create deeper connection with the God (Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa) through fasting, praying, and meditating while also reflecting on ourselves to improve value and love in creating peaceful life. Before the Nyepi Day comes, there are strings of ceremonies that should be held by Hindu communities in Bali.


The first ceremony is Melasti. Melasti or mekiis is usually conducted two or three days before Nyepi Day and its purpose is to conduct purification for Bhuana Agung (The Universe) and Bhuana Alit (Human Nature). Hindu communities in Bali usually bring Pratima (which is usually believed as the manifestation of the God) and all the effigies of Lord Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa to the sea and purify it with colorful and long ceremonies.


A day after melasti or a day before the Nyepi Day usually named as “Pengerupuk”. All villages in Bali usually hold ceremonies in their villages’ main crossroads, which are believed as the places of all demons like to stay. On this day, villages in Bali hold ceremonies to chase away the evil forces or known as Bhuta Kala that is described as a giant and scary creature and likes to bother human’s life. All these evil forces or Bhuta Kala are manifested by Ogoh-Ogoh (The Giant Puppet) that is brought and paraded on the street by lots of people during this “Pengerupuk” day. Well-known Ogoh-Ogoh parade usually held on “Pengerupuk” Day normally starts at 5 or 6 pm by men in all villages in Bali accompanied by Gamelan music, kulkul (traditional bamboo musical instrument). Each village usually produces its own ogoh-ogoh a few months before Nyepi day comes, through support from local boys and older men in designing it. This Ogoh-ogoh usually can be up to 25 feet tall, and is decorated with colorful paint, and clothing to make it looks similar with Bhuta Kala. Travelers that come to Bali can make this as a wonderful attraction while experiencing their true Nyepi Day.


This ogoh-ogoh parade is also followed by Pecaruan offering, and Tawur Kesange, which are rituals to win the battle over Bhuta Khala and evil forces that disturb humans in creating peaceful life. This offering usually made of animals such as ducks, pigs, chicken and also added by plants, fruits, and crops. After the parade is done, usually Ogoh-Ogoh is burned into ashes, which symbolizes vanished Bhuta Kala and Evil Forces. In addition, on Pengerupuk day, Hindu families in Bali chase away all the evil forces and spirits (bhuta kala) around their houses by using pots, pans and clank it repeatedly along with torch made of fiery bamboo.


A day after “Pengerupuk” day is when the silent mode in Bali happens.

On this Nyepi Day, it is obligatory to meditate and do the catur brata penyepian. This Catur Brata Penyepian usually consists of:


  1. Amati Karya (no work or any significant physical activities)

Besides not allowed to go out, Hindu people in Bali are forbidden to do physical activities or go to work, or what we call as “Amati Lelungan” on Nyepi Day. Hindu communities are encouraged to meditate and do more of spiritual activities on this day in celebrating the Balinese Hindu New Year.


  1. Amati Lelungan (no travelling)

Streets are completely deserted on Nyepi day, since “Amati Lelungan” means that no one is permitted to go outside. Travelers cannot wander around the streets or plan to have fun at the beach on this day. There will be “Pecalang” that will be ready to make sure that all is well and no one is on the street on Nyepi Day.


  1. Amati Lelanguan (No merrymaking)

Hindu communities are also not allowed to have much self-entertainment and create much noise on Nyepi Day. Therefore, travelers that come to Bali should be aware that during this day, their mobile internet connection runs slowly and some local TV stations will be turned down.


  1. Amati Geni (No fire)

Hindu communities in Bali are not allowed to lit any fire or turn on the lamp during Nyepi day, this is what we call as “Amati Geni” in Catur Brata Penyepian. Bali usually becomes completely dark all day long, since all shops, hotels and buildings need to turn off all the lamps during this day. Travelers that come to Bali need to make sure that they do not turn on the lamp on this day.


A day after Nyepi day is called “Ngembak Geni” when Hindu communities can go out and visit their families, friends and relatives to strengthen the value of peaceful life. Hindu people usually also visit some tourism places with their families or friends to enjoy Ngembak Geni Day.


Written by:

Luh Ririn Sukma Dewi (Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality)

Contact person:

Phone :+62 81 237 493 763

Email   : marcom@inivie.com


Sunday 01 March 2020




30 Best Villas in Bali


30 Best Villas in Bali at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa has been featured on Thrillophilia.com. Thrillophilia.com is a trustworthy and reliable source specializes on creating travelers’ experiences and activities. Thrillophilia sells experiences of 15 Asian countries with Dubai, Thailand, Singapore and Bali leading the charts after India.

In their headline of 30 Best Villas in Bali, Ini Vie Villa is included one of them. Please read full article on https://www.thrillophilia.com/villas-in-bali


Friday 21 February 2020




Discover Bangli


Discover Bangli at Ini Vie Villa

It has long been known that Bali captivated the world by its tradition and every single part of it has its hidden gem and attraction.  If you are near Ubud and wondering to go sightseeing nearby, Bangli Regency is worth a visit. Here are things you can do in Bangli.


Tukad Cepung

Located close to Ubud, Tukad Cepung lies in  Dusun Penida Kelod in Bangli. The waterfall well-guarded by the cliffs with several hundred steps down the cliff is worth the effort once you arrive at the destination. The circular cliffs give you the feeling of being in a cave, while the open sky right from where the waterfall emerges, gives you the most enchanting view. Unlike any other waterfall in Bali, Tukad Cepung does not flow directly into a river, stream or lake, but flows gently down the cliffs. The source can be seen from up above, but the waterfall can only be viewed once you walk down the stairs and into the cliffs. 


See The Sunrise and Scale Mount Batur

Although part of Kintamani, many people visiting Ubud make at least a day trip to  Mount Batur It is an active volcano that regularly smolders and surprises visitors with minor eruptions. The largest crater lake in Bali fills part of Mount Batur's caldera while small villages cling to the rim.  The views of Kintamani from the nearby village of Penelokan are well worth getting outside of Ubud for a day. For those with lots of energy, a beautiful sunrise can be enjoyed from the summit of Mount Batur. Travel agencies around Ubud provide early pickup and a guide for the trek to the top of the volcano.

Trunyan Village

The Trunyan or Terunyan people leave dead bodies on the ground, simply covered with cloth and bamboo canopies, and left to decompose in cemetary area. The village and its rare tradition believed to dates back for 1.000 years. Trunyan’s people maintain a social order that follows ancient traditions unchanged from earlier times. The local, known as Bali Aga believed to be the indigenous people of Bali and the one who did the unusual funeral. Most of them lived in Kintamani, Bangli Regency. Trunyan village and the ridge that full of skeleton is open for whoever want to come. It can be explored by speed boat at first as Trunyan village located over Mount Batur lake and the cemetery can be find out by foot. However, keep in mind that no one allowed to put away anything near the dead bodies as it was sacred and local believed it would be led to a disaster or negative impact. As this fact, some people believed that Trunyan is the creepiest place in Bali. 


Penglipuran Village 

Penglipuran Village is a traditional Balinese Village located in Bangli Regency, about half an hour’s drive from Gianyar. Situated about 700 meters above sea level, making a visit to this village a refreshing break from the island heat to the cool mountain breeze. We particularly love Penglipuran for its incredibly clean state. In fact, this island recently was named as one of the cleanest villages in the world alongside Giethoorn in Netherlands and Mawlynnong in India. The best time to visit is around Galungan time, when rows of penjor (bamboo poles with weaving of coconut leaves and offerings suspended at the end) line up and decorate the village.


Tirta Sudamala Temple

The holy water site is located in the middle of thick trees not far from the centre of Bangli Village. Tirta Sudamala’s holy water fountains are protected by a huge Bunut Tree, which also is the source of the water spring. Wearing proper cloth (sarong) is mandatory to enter the area, and please be advised that women in the menstrual period are prohibited. There are 11 water fountains here, consisting of 2-short and 9-tall fountains, and a lagoon area on the other side. Visitors may take a dip in the lagoon’s clean water before doing the Melukat. The water is refreshing in a combination of warm and cold. The locals believe that those who are struggling with life’s challenges will benefit from bathing in the waters, which wash away ambiguity and lead to spiritual awakening. 


Pura Taman Pecampuhan

The shrine is a holy site where so far only the local Balinese and the Balinese from other areas across the island come to visit. It offers a feast for the eyes, and the surrounding natural atmosphere is truly serene. Nestled on a river bank in Bangli’s Abuan village, the spring at the temple is considered holy that come from water source nearby. The holy site is used to cleanse and decorated in that typical Balinese style. There are nine fountains pouring out the tirta or holy water at Pura Taman Pecampuhan. The regular visitors to Taman Pecampuhan are pilgrims who come for prayers in the temples and collect holy water from the temple’s holy springs. Half way down the temple is a small gutter with crystal clear water running through it, where the local villagers bathe. 


Monday 23 December 2019




How to stay in Bali in a Budget


How to stay in Bali in a Budget at Ini Vie Villa

Bali has its magical impression for everyone and many of them would like to stay longer. If you are including one of them than you should deal on agency and save a little here. Here are top guide for you. 

Find Cheap Accommodation 

Nothing is truer than when we're looking at booking accommodation. Getting a little more value when you book accommodation means you could be adding a significant amount of spending money for when you're on the trip itself.  Try to get and accommodation bookings with some incredible value-based deals and find additional information after you come to the island. Expedia, Agoda, Amadeus and other inventory partners will  ensure you're getting the biggest range and most competitive prices out there. This means that not only can you get the best pricing, but also the best choice and options out there. So when you search for that amazing tree bungalow in Ubud, or the 5 star beachfront resort in Seminyak this will be beneficial. 


Bag a Bargain

In Bali you can shop until you drop every day of the week. But to get the best bang for your buck you have to learn how to haggle. Yes it’s an art. But once you become a master of the barter you will never look back. If you want to bag a bargain, keep in mind that you shouldn’t  underestimate a smile. Always open with that, but once the real bargaining begins maintain a poker face. Know your exchange rate before you embark on a shopping trip. Don’t fumble around like a newbie. Shop alone not in a tour group en masse or with your driver - who will often take you places they get commission on. Shop local in smaller markets and less touristy places for ‘best price’. Seek out the less obvious markets and wholesale strips for some super bargains. A polite “terima kasih” (no thank you) will end the bargain banter politely.

Getting a Scooter as Your Transportation

If you’re planning on staying in Bali for a while you should get your own scooter. You can either buy one or rent one. You can find ones for sale in Facebook groups such as Canggu Community or Bali Expats. IIf you’re planning on renting a scooter monthly, you can expect to pay around IDR 600K - 700K per month or IDR 800K



Monday 09 December 2019




Where To Go This Week


Where To Go This Week at Ini Vie Villa

If you are in Bali and get puzzled of things to do this week, the activities below are attractive and will amaze you like no other place. These cultural activities held annually and become a magnetizm from people across the world to come to the island. Come to the event and immerse yourself with Balinese culture. 


Tirta Gangga Festival

The Festival  is held annually and aiming to promote Tirta Gangga Water Palace in Karangasem Regency on August 24-26th. The festival’s stage is built around the water garden, where amazing talents from the local villagers perform poetry, dances, and play music. The festival also composed of installation art, landscape painting, and theatre including creative competitions to encourage young people’s passion and talents. These days Tirta Gangga Festival is part of Bali’s main attractions and has a large square pool decorated with Buddhist gods and goddesses and an elegant, tiered Nawa Sanga fountain. The festival run to commemorate the palace that was built in 1948. 

Bali Kite Festival 

The festival is a series of kitting event that starts during the dry season where the atmosphere is windy in Bali. It is delightful festival for all ages and in recent years the kites form are getting dynamic with such 3D kite creation that forming animals, creatures and famous character where Bali’s sky turning into colorful landscape. The festival will run in several places this week and will run for more than one month. One of the venues will be in Padanggalak and Sanur beach. 

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Thursday 22 August 2019




Not to Missed: Watch Turtles Release in Nusa Dua


Not to Missed: Watch Turtles Release in Nusa Dua at Ini Vie Villa

If you are looking for something amazing this week or things to do with family then come to Nusa Dua beach that close to Nusa Dua Beach Hotel. As a natural location for nesting sea turtles and part of ongoing commitment to support wildlife, the hotel works closely with a local turtle Conservation organization, Bali Sea Turtle Society to improve the chances of survival, nests of eggs sea turtles. Moreover, they relocated to a dedicated area and carefully incubate in a secured environment. This week, they will welcomed 94 new baby turtles and early the following morning, guests were invited to join an event to witness a wonderful moment as these baby turtles were released to splash their way into the waters of the Indian Ocean. Above all, the resort has released more than 2200 baby turtles to the ocean since 2013. The activity has been running twice every year since in partnership and not only to preserve the environment, but this activity has attracted many of its visitors and guests to see directly the turtles.

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Saturday 20 July 2019




Luxurious and Unique Spa in Bali 


Luxurious and Unique Spa in Bali  at Ini Vie Villa

A spa retreat might be a good things to do while stay in Bali. Whether you are looking for unique or extraordinary style of spa, several places below are one of the best place to get your luxurious yet affordable spa for your retreat.  


Anantara Chocolate Spa

Chocolate always tastes good, cheers you up and everyone loved it. As July is part of the World Chocolate Day celebrations, why not try this chocolate spa. Recently Anantara spa team pulls out all the stops with a decadent two-hour chocolate treatment that includes chocolate body scrub, chocolate body wrap and chocolate oil body massage. Soothing and sensual, the treatment is designed to detox and rebalance the body while indulging the senses. They believe that  chocolate is high in antioxidants and can be used as a natural moisturiser, protecting the skin from damage and soothing irritation. It releases serotonin, the same hormone that is responsible for the feeling of elation when falling in love, thus promoting happy feelings and reducing stress. 

Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa

Bali has strong heritage that applied in a wide range of Balinese people including how the get the spa retreat. At Taman Sari Royal Heritage spa, one can get the intimacy care of women as luxury as old Javanese tradition. Not only regular spa as common, but this place also offer vaginal smoking to cleanse vitality and protect it from the fumes with herbal remedy with aim to tighten the vagina as well. Above all, the place is good for women. 


Spiritual Healing at Hotel Tugu Spa

At Hotel Tugu Spa, the treatments combine spirituality with physical healing, a practice stemming from ancient Indonesian traditions that focus on the holistic well-being of a person. Apart from traditional spa treatment, meditations are also incorporated into some of its treatment. The therapist even chants Hindu mantra during the session while using soothing herbal oils, to ease your body, mind and spirit

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Wednesday 10 July 2019




Best Nails Spa in Seminyak


Best Nails Spa in Seminyak at Ini Vie Villa

Besides Bali’s fabulously affordable spas and swanky hair salons, the island’s best nail salons are where it is at for some hand and foot indulgence. Visit any of these top nail salons in Bali for some cuticle care and colourful nail therapy. 

AMO Canggu

This shop is the bomb when it comes to a top-notch manicure or pedicure. With over 1000 different colours to choose from, you are truly spoilt for choice here. They have a separate section upstairs for nails, strewn with fabulously comfy couches, and best of all, they give one of the best shoulder massages around while your nails are drying.


Maria Curau

A vegan nail bar extraordinaire, Maria Curau is a holistic nail and pedicure salon in the rice fields of Pererenan. All-natural and non-toxic products are the main focus here, finished off with artistic nail art designs and wrapped up in fancy aesthetics. Settle in for a relaxing reflexi and sip on cleansing kombuchas while the expert staff paint your nails all colours of fabulous. Add on that awesome nail art for a mani like no other.

Colours Nail and Juice Bar

Give your nails the pampering they deserve at this gorgeous nail-slash-juice bar. Here you can expect the very best nail services, all the while sipping on organic cold-pressed juices or frothy flat whites. Polishes, gels, colourings and extensions are all on the menu, thanks to the in-house hip nail care brand NAILBERRY.  

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Saturday 29 June 2019




Extraordinary Activity in Bali for Nightlife Experience


Extraordinary Activity in Bali for Nightlife Experience at Ini Vie Villa

Puzzled about what to do at night in Bali and find something that showcase what Balinese were doing? Strolling and take a photo in Kumbasari Traditional market might be interesting. The market shows what the real life of how Balinese living in the past. Pasar Kumbasari located just next to the Badung Bridge, a wet market that comes to life at night, taking over business from the street’s shops that are generally closed early. But different from the shops, the market offers fresh meats, chicken, vegetables, a number of seafood products, fruits, traditional snacks, and even flowers used for offerings. It’s very vibrant and colourful here; and observing the nightly trade taking place at the market provides the visitor’s to Bali a glimpse of traditional life here on the island.


And if you get starving at your journey, why not try these night culinary: Babi guling or suckling pork Bu Dayu. This is a part of Balinese street food which nestled in well-known area, Kuta. Local and expats are cramming into the kiosk at night as yummy babi guling and the best spot to enjoy a dinner. It is open from 6pm to 2am and most sought-after dishes. As located in a small kiosk, the suckling pig are roasted on a home and ready to peeling away or serve at the location. Another distinctive difference is,  the suckling pig are complemented with pork ribs pottage called balung kuah with juicy taste. Many said this was the signature of Bu Dayu.

However, since the kiosk lies on near the sidewalk, it is hard to find a parking space.  


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Saturday 22 June 2019




Instagrammable Cafes in Seminyak


Instagrammable Cafes in Seminyak at Ini Vie Villa

For those who are in a honeymoon, travelling and insta-addict, these cafes are worth to visit as the place not only serve a good quality coffee but also cozy atmosphere to take some pictures. Serve uniquely in a chic touch decoration yet affordable prices.


Kynd Community

This new plant-based café combine stunning interior and it has quickly become the new morning-coffee favorite and probably one of the best cafés in Seminyak. With their daily healthy lunches and afternoon-treats like mouthwatering milkshakes and juices, ladies are dominated this cafe.


Cafe Organic

This cafe offers fresh vegetarian dishes with vegan, gluten-free and raw options. All products at Cafe Organic are either organically grown in the backyard or sourced from ethically producing farms around Bali. Make sure to get there early to beat the crowds.

Revolver Espresso

For coffee-lovers, Revolver Espresso is a place to be. It has various types of coffee beans from all around the world. Cozy place has made this cafe a home for digital nomads. Soak in the hipster vibe while sipping on your ‘almond milk’ latte, one of the signature. Their tasty breakfast variations are also available till late.


Coffee Cartel

This coffee shops has Instagrammable decoration with a perfect breakfast, vegan options, fast wifi, and spacious seating areas. Take your pick of sitting at their large wooden table indoors, beautiful marble tables outdoors or upstairs on their al-fresco terrace and settle in to enjoy their vast menu of mouthwatering dishes.

Tags: #Things to do in Legian and Seminyak #Popping up activity in Bali #Must visit coffee shops and speakeasy in Legian and Seminyak #Romantic villa in Legian and Seminyak # Honeymoon villa in Legian and Seminyak


Tuesday 18 June 2019




Romantic Culinary and Spa Retreat in Kuta


Romantic Culinary and Spa Retreat in Kuta at Ini Vie Villa

Let the breeze of Kuta inspire you for a perfect romantic escape from the center of tourism in Bali. With just above hundreds of attractions in Kuta, getting a spa retreat would be  incredibly satisfying for your stay. Try one, following that your romantic culinary in a top-notch restaurants nearby.

Spa Retreat

A perfect afternoon could start with a gentle massage in the spa center that will last for 60 to 90 minutes before your stupendous meal. You will experience a complete body awakening with a combination of therapeutic massage. Balinese spa techniques using fluent strokes of different depths and intensity that improve lymphatic drainage and circulation with addition techniques work into muscles to relieve tension and stiffness. After this relaxing afternoon, it will be time for the sunset. Try some, such as a spa that offers grown naturally ingredients. Due to Bali’s constant sunlight and volcanic soil which is rich in minerals, local fruits and vegetables have very high mineral and vitamin contents. This greatly improves the removal of toxins from the skin and reduces the time taken for your skin to rejuvenate and recover it's healthy, natural glow.


Romantic Culinary

Surrounded by top-notch international restaurants, Kuta has countless cuisine that may be fitted for your romantic dinner. Delicious Tapas and chosen cocktails will be waiting for you in almost all of the international restaurants. Some of them are infusing a different kind of fun into the dining experience, Tapas is something to be experienced that offering a fusion of Balinese ingredients and the international ingredients. Diners can also savour an intriguing display of the best local ingredients using different techniques and presentation in a choice of savoury and sweet, while the harmonious pairing of each tapa with a perfectly chosen cocktail adds another dimension of taste sensation.

Tags: #Things to do in Kuta #Romantic to do in Kuta #Coffee shops and speakeasy in Kuta #Holiday in Bali #Honeymoon villa in Kuta


Wednesday 12 June 2019




Room Decoration with Flower and Health Benefit


Room Decoration with Flower and Health Benefit at Ini Vie Villa

In Bali, some accommodations attempt to attract new customers by touting the health benefits of bouquets and some of those plants can really help us. We all know that flowers and plants have the power to make people happy. They can delight you on a special occasion, cheer you up when you are sad or make a dull. So, it is important if you have a flower beside you or while you are in living room. For instance, when it comes to sleep, we’re going to focus on one flower in particular. The smell of lavender is proven to lower your heart rate and blood pressure, which will help you to relax. The more relaxed you are, the more likely you are to drift off into a restful sleep. Since then, why not to try have a better sleep. Or, if you are in a vacation try to choose an accommodation that have flower decoration for pleasant experience. Here are the reasons why flower decoration on our room are beneficial.  Here are the room decoration ideas that worth to consider either when you sleep at home or while you on a villa.



Flowers can Improve memory

Specifically, flower can sharpen your powers of recall. One room smelt of flower is essential for our body and impacts on how much you remember. This presumably as the flower will make us too relaxed and sleepy to keep up with everything. Plants can also reintroduce humidity into the air by releasing water, helping lubricate the nasal passages and the back of the throat. As we wake up, this will bring more joy and fresh condition for the body.

Flowers change the emotions with colours and scents

We all associate colours with different moods. Red can mean love, anger or danger. Yellow is usually associated with happiness and sunshine. Blue can signify calm or sadness. Green is linked to safety, which could explain why having lots of leafy plants around creates such a comfortable environment. On top of this, we each have our own personal relationships with colours that can bring to mind a happy or sad memory and influence our reactions.


Flowers will give us more Self-Esteem.

Room decorating is all about making your house or accommodation that you are live in look great. Of course in modern world it is important for several people as the atmosphere is picture perfect. This condition will make everyone happy and gain more self-esteem. Above all, art is fun.


Tags: #Romantic flower decoration #Romantic villa with flower decoration #Villa with flower decoration #Flower decoration in bedroom #Romantic villa in Bali


Saturday 01 June 2019




Romantic Villa in Seminyak with Certificate of Excellence


Romantic Villa in Seminyak with Certificate of Excellence at Ini Vie Villa

We are proud to announce that Ini Vie Villa has just received TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence this year. We are consistently excellent for having earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year and continually delivered a quality customer experience. The Certificate of Excellence accounts for the quality, quantity and recency of reviews submitted by travelers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period.

Unlike any other villa, Ini Vie villa is architecturally designed residence with all aspects of modern living and facilities provided. Entirely private with own pool, bathtub, hammock and sunbed that would be best fitted for a couple. The guest even no need to leave the villa to enjoy the vacation and spend every single waking moment with beloved one with its wide range of services.

For starters, romantic floating balloon in the pool, which is included helium balloon with an ambient color that can be subject for surprising the beloved one in our special moments such as honeymoon, birthday and wedding anniversary.

To make it more tropical, this villa have another decoration in the pool with new standardization where full flower put in the pool called romantic full flower decoration and it is really instagramble. Get into the jacuzzi and smell the flowers that will give a remarkable sensation. This villa also offers a distinctive experience of dinner with a romantic floating candle light in the pool, in order to make the pool more romantic one.

Based on the facts above, many people or customers feel glad and make some review on a wide range of platform. That’s why Ini Vie Villa has receiving certificate of excellence  from TripAdvisor this year based on reviews and opinions that truly exceptional from million of guests.


Tuesday 28 May 2019




What to Know Before We Go to Bali


What to Know Before We Go to Bali at Ini Vie Villa

Before we arrive, ensure to know the uniqueles of The Island of Gods. Here, we try to give some information that essential. A small things with tremendous impact for the best getaway such as a wide range of transportation, must-try local cuisine and several tricks to getting the best out of a trip to Bali.


1. Rent A Scooter

Bestowed with the enchanting of nature, Bali is full with mesmerizing place like no other. From lush greenery jungle in the northern, and pristine beach in the southernmost. Nonetheless, it is not easy to find a public transportation in Bali, whether it was limited and many places are unreachable with such a public transportation. That’s why rent a scooter is recommended one and that will be beneficial as we can go anywhere with flexibility. Just keep in mind that Indonesia using left track and bring also international driving license while driving. The price for rent a scooter might be varied and approximately IDR 80 thousand or around US$ 6-7 per day. The price may be getting cheaper for weekly and monthly rent. As easy as getting the accommodation, we could rent a scooter in hotel, villa and nearby.

2. Get Local Sim Cards

As soon as we arrived we might feel terrible without phone and internet access. Just stay calm as Indonesia is one of the modest price country for phone and internet services. But, avoid to get the Sim Cards in the airport as it slightly more expensive. On a way to  accommodation, try to find authorized Sim Cards center such as Telkomsel, Indosat, XL and 3 for best price and services either on supermarket nor recognized shop.


3. Taste Some Delicious Indonesian Food

Bali has always been known as The Island of Paradise that encompass  natural beauty and culinary activity. Here, we can get glorious food, rich of nutrition, which part of the culture in the past and present. Try a Babi Guling, a roasted pig that became one of the most quintessential dining experience for Balinese. In the past, a Babi Guling feast was usually reserved for big rite of passage celebrations such as wedding and funerals. Today, the delicious taste of Babi guling is already spread out and because of mass tourism, it is become must-try food while staying in Bali. Another options is Ayam Betutu, a steamed chicken mixed with red chilli peppers, onion slices,  coconut oil and anothers condiment. Similar to Baby Guling, we can easily find it in luxury hotels and local restaurants.


4. Get Experience of Floating Breakfast at Private Villa

It is unclear since when floating breakfast has been discovered but this morning routine are keep popping up. Above all, there are some villas that become a trendsetter of floating breakfast that gone viral, such as Ini Vie Villa in Legian. Unlike any other villas, Ini Vie is architecturally designed as romantic villa with all aspects of modern living and facilities. Everything was so nicely presented including the floating breakfast to pampering the visitors. The floating breakfast that consist of bread, local or western cuisine, hot beverage are served on the floating tray.


5. Download A Handy Mobile Application

Either of Go-Jek or Uber are imperative mobile application that we must have while staying in Bali. We can order an online transportation, order some meal and stuffs and even a massage services  just in one touch. It was handy and so instrumental. Oftentimes we’ll stuck in the traffic congestion in Bali and online transportation were beneficial. All that we need to do just in one click. Order for transportation, wait and sit as the driver take us to the place we want. No need to worry of lost. These application also complemented with e-money so that we can buy on several mini market and supermarket by only scanning the bar.


Monday 29 April 2019




Meet Desy, Our Best Employee on the First Quarter of 2019 from Accounting Division


Meet Desy, Our Best Employee on the First Quarter of 2019 from Accounting Division at Ini Vie Villa

We are pleased to announce that this week we have the best employee within Ini Vie Hospitality management. Since we opened in 2012, we always pay attention on the human resource as it was a spearhead of the company. We aware that the rewards will soaring the enthusiasm for better performance near the future. This because we passionate in details of what we do. 

Hi guys, my name is Desy Ayumi Mayasari Sayuna and my nickname is Desy. I’m 28 years old and Bachelor of Managerial Accounting of Bali State Polytechnic.

What do you feel about being the best employee on the first quarter of 2019?

Of course I’m really happy and never dreamed about it before.

What you’ve done so far? 

I always do all of my works on my top performance and deeply understanding my product as well as service knowledge of Ini Vie Hospitality Management.

Do you have an outlook for your team or company?

Near the future, I hope that Ini Vie Hospitality has developed its services for the stakeholder and appreciate more for the employee that resulting on high enthusiasm and motivated the crew to do the best.  

What’s your best moment since joined?

Every moment in Ini Vie Hospitality has its beautiful moment and one of my favourite is being awarded as the best employee. We’ve had the best teamwork I thought, so that I’m feel comfy during my work in last two years and four months


Wednesday 03 April 2019




Bali as the Fifth Best Destinations in the World


Bali as the Fifth Best Destinations in the World at Ini Vie Villa

Bali has selected as the fifth best destination in the world by TripAdvisor- travelers choice awards recently. Of course we are grateful to hear that and for those who are now living for a vacation, congratulation, we are part of the beauty of Bali. Let’s keep the island clean and nurturing the culture and environment. The Island of God offers an array of beautiful spots that we can visit. There are mouthwatering dishes on every corner of the street from the most renowned restaurants to the street food, natural parks, legendary beaches, historic sites, clubs and coffee shops that will spoil us. All of these fabulous spot bestowed to Bali and attracted more and more people to come.  There are 7176 things to do listed by TripAdvisor, but the top three will bring us to a whole a new level as it were the most visited place recently.


1. Kelingking Beach

Kelingking is one of the best beaches in IndonesiaIt has breathtaking view like no other so that the reputation of this beach soaring rapidly. If we want to go to this jaw-dropped place, we need to go to the port nearby as this beach located in Nusa Penida Island in the southeastern of Bali and about 45 minutes by fast boat.  It has long been known that Nusa Penida has a lot of beach and not too many people around there and Kelingking is one of the most renowned by getting crowded with tourist each day as its stunning location.  Kelingking is a cliff with the sandy beach below. Many people are stumbled when they try to get the “perfect shot” on the top of cliff. Queues of people even lining up to get the best picture in the way of the actual pathway and it is worth.


2. Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul Waterfall is touted as one of the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It is located in Sawan, Buleleng Regency, a highland that has so many waterfall and lush jungle. To see Sekumpul Waterfall closely, it takes a bit of effort and struggle. From the parking lot, we have to walk quite far away, down a dirt road and hundreds of stairs followed by across the river.  It takes about 30 minutes to walk before finally we’ll hear the roar of waterfall and see the vertical drops of  water comes in three ways that showcasing breathtaking view.

3. Luhur Batukaru Temples

Located in Penebel, Tabanan Regency, Luhur Batukaru Temple is one of Bali's key attractions and a site of pilgrimage for Hindu Balinese. The Pura Luhur Batukaru lies in 1,300 meters above the sea level, on the slopes of Mount Batukaru and often misty. All around the Batukaru temple we'll find a garden of flowering frangipani, with a gigantic, inhabited, humid tropical forest all around it. The impressive placed Batukaru is situated  since the 11th century, which is an especially sacred site, even by Balinese standards. That's why all visitors have to carefully read and abide the temple rules posted clearly at the entrance.


Tuesday 02 April 2019




Top 5 Villas With Charming Pool Flower Decoration In Bali by insightbali.com


Top 5 Villas With Charming Pool Flower Decoration In Bali by insightbali.com at Ini Vie Villa

Go to many numbers of accommodation in Bali and we can found out several facilities within. These villas not only preserve a best place to stay, but also completed with pool flower decoration that brings a distinctive sense and romantic one. Admittedly, the pool flower decoration attracted loads of visitors nowadays.


Ini Vie Villa

Established on August 2015, Ini Vie Villa has transformed into a brand known for its pool flower decoration to make an unforgettable affair. This villa has soothing contemporary Balinese design and offers numerous occasion settings, like wedding anniversary, honeymoon and baby shower. Ini Vie provide several flower decoration within its facilities to gives true romantic experience. Romantic full flower decoration on the pool and  romantic flower petals on the pool and bathtub. The staff put carefully the flowers that layering on the surface of the pool and the setting can last up to four hours. Once the decoration is ready, we can see a stunning pool decoration that stimulate to take a selfie before we jump in. Among all tropical flowers, the staff mostly put the Marigold flowers and Impatiens Balsamina flowers as the main material to make the vibrant color. This stylish romantic villa received many awards as the services, especially as a villa that serves floating breakfast and pool flower decoration.

Read more here: https://www.insightbali.com/top-5-villas-with-charming-pool-flower-decoration-in-bali/


Friday 29 March 2019




10 Great Villas in Legian You Can Afford from Bali by Hotels.com


10 Great Villas in Legian You Can Afford from Bali by Hotels.com at Ini Vie Villa

Here are great villas in Legian you can afford. All offer luxurious amenities for a stay in one of southern Bali’s most exciting beach resort areas. Private villas that come in one to two-bedroom options (and even more) offer you great privacy and intimacy, while some of these selections are paired with private pools clad by tropical gardens. If you’re looking for a more memorable stay that normal hotels usually don’t provide, then these selections of the most popular Legian villas should be on your list of considerations for your next Bali holiday. We've narrowed down the many choices and selected these 10 great villas in Legian. You can book your dream villa vacation in Bali here, with just a few clicks!


3. Ini Vie Villa

With a stay at Ini Vie Villa in Legian (Dewi Sri), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Krisna and Kuta Galeria Shopping Arcade.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.Free self parking is available onsite....

Read more at: http://www.bali-indonesia.com/top10/10-great-villas-in-legian-you-can-afford.htm


Friday 15 March 2019




30 Best Honeymoon Villas in Bali by thrillophilia.com


30 Best Honeymoon Villas in Bali by thrillophilia.com at Ini Vie Villa

If you are looking for Bali honeymoon villas to escape into the world of romance with your better half, this is the ultimate guide for couples to visit best tourist spots in Bali. Whether it’s the glorious in-house setting or the charming outdoor view that set the tone of romance, our collection of 30 romantic Bali villas has something for everyone. Book your honeymoon packages in Bali which will make your honeymoon more romantic.  


29 Ini Vie Villa

This romantic and intimate escape in South Bali is one of the sweetest honeymoon villas in Bali. This little 1-bedroom hideaway is comfortably spacious and has its own private pool and a Jacuzzi tub fit for 2. 

You can take your in-pool romance to the new heights with a generous sprinkling of flower petals. With a morning dip in the pool, enjoy your royal floating breakfast. Yes, that’s right. Ini Vie offers a floating basket which let you enjoy the first meal of the day in the pool.

With good connectivity and great accessibility, popular beaches of the Bali, such as 66 (Double six) and Legian are just 15 minutes drive away from the villa.

Owing to its beautiful design and luxurious amenities, at a very competitive price, this villa is undoubtedly the ideal choice for a honeymoon.

Don’t forget to try their luxurious treatment at the Vie Spa, available at 20 percent discount for the in-house guests.  


Monday 11 March 2019




Happy Valentine’s Day from Ini Vie Hospitality


Happy Valentine’s Day from Ini Vie Hospitality at Ini Vie Villa

Happy Valentine’s Day from Ini Vie Hospitality, let’s spread a love to your beloved one, family and friends.


Thursday 14 February 2019




Our New New Decoration at Ini Vie Villa


Our New  New Decoration at Ini Vie Villa at Ini Vie Villa

We are glad to share a new decoration setup at Ini Vie Villa that we call

  1. Romantic Floating Balloon in the pool which is included hellium balloon with color can be subject to your requested for surprising your beloved one in your special celebrations such as honeymoon, birthday and anniversary. 
  2. Romantic full flower decoration in the pool, we have another decoration in the pool with new standardization where full flower put in the pool which we call Romantic Full Flower Decoration in The Pool. It’s really instagramble for sure and good for you to surprised your beloved once during honeymoon trip in Bali.
  3. Romantic floating candle light in the pool, It’s our new candle light setup in the pool that we call Romantic floating candle light in the pool which you may add with charge to make the pool more romantic one.


Term and conditons:

  • Hellium ballon use for 5 hours only
  • Candle light use for 3 hours only
  • Flower in the pool use for 3 hours only
  • Please book in advance along with inform the timing setup


Monday 04 February 2019




Do you have a plan during Nyepi/ silent day in Bali?


Do you have a plan during Nyepi/ silent day in Bali?  at Ini Vie Villa

Let’s check this out @Inivievilla, perfect accommodation villa and suit for you to spend your valuable time with your beloved one by staying in One or Two Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi during Nyepi/Silent Day in Bali. Ini Vie Villa welcome you for enjoying the serenity “Nyepi/Silent Day” with Special NYEPI PACKAGE which is included as below:

  • 1x Lunch for 2 persons (1 Bedroom) and 4 persons (2 Bedroom) on 07 March 2019
  • 1x Dinner for 2 persons (1 Bedroom) and 4 persons (2 Bedroom) on 07 March 2019
  • 1 x afternoon tea for 2 persons (1 Bedroom) 4 persons (2 Bedroom) on 07 March 2019


Term and conditions:

  • Minimum 2 nights stay is required
  • The rate is valid for couple
  • Reservation is required in advance
  • Nonrefundable with full payment in advance
  • Cannot be combined with other existing package or promotion


Friday 01 February 2019




8 Villa Romantis untuk Nikmati Valentine di Bali by PergiLiburan.net


8 Villa Romantis untuk Nikmati Valentine di Bali by PergiLiburan.net at Ini Vie Villa

Padahal masih dua bulan lagi, tapi sudah nggak sabar buat liburan romantis bareng si doi di hari Valentine? Artinya kamu mesti baca artikel ini sampai habis ya! Karena tim pergiliburan akan kasih kamu rekomendasi 8 villa romantis yang cocok untuk merayakan hari spesial bareng doi di Bali. Banyak spot instagramable juga lho, ditambah fasilitas floating breakfast yang pastinya bikin foto-foto instagram kamu makin kece. Dijamin bakalan memorable banget deh. Yuk langsung kepoin aja!

Ini Vie Villa (@inivievilla)

Suasana romantis siap menyambut kamu ketika masuk ke Ini Vie Villa! Dengan dekorasi villa yang super ciamik dijamin kamu dan pasangan kamu bakal betah menikmati suasana romantis bersama.

Oiya, di Ini Vie Villa ini ada 2 jenis tipe villa, selain one bedroom villa ada juga two bedroom villa yang nggak cuman cocok untuk pasangan, tapi bareng temen atau keluarga juga menyenangkan. Eitsss, nggak cuma dekorasinya yang romantis, Ini Vie Villa juga menyediakan floating breakfast ditemanin unicorn floaty yang super gemes!

baca selengkapnya: https://www.pergiliburan.net/8-villa-romantis-untuk-nikmati-valentine-di-bali/


Tuesday 22 January 2019




Romantic Valentine Day Package


Romantic Valentine Day Package  at Ini Vie Villa

Do you plan your romantic trip for Valentine in Bali?

Check this out @inivievilla, offer memorable Romantic Valentine Day Package which suit for spending your valuable time with your beloved one. With memorable inclusions of the package, such as Romantic decoration in the Jacuzzi on arrival, RomanticFlower with Hearth Shape, I and U Decoration in the Pool during Candle Light Dinner, Romantic Flower bouqet during candle light dinner, Special Strawberry chocolate on arrivaland one time candle light dinner for couple and one bottle of wine will make unforgettable moments with your beloved one. 


Term and conditions applied:

  • Valid stay on 12 – 16 February 2019
  • Minimum 2 nights stay is required
  • The rate is valid for couple
  • Reservation is required in advance
  • Nonrefundable with full payment in advance
  • Cannot be combined with other existing package or promotion


Saturday 19 January 2019




Booking.com Guest Review Award 2018 - Ini Vie Villa


Booking.com Guest Review Award 2018 - Ini Vie Villa at Ini Vie Villa

We are glad to share that Ini Vie Villa has received a Guest Review Award 2018 from Booking.com which is a travel fare aggregator website and travel metasearch engine for lodging reservations. Base on that, Booking.com has process data opinion from our valuable guest who has booking and review Ini Vie Villa, resulting in a score of 9 out of a possible 10. We would like to thank you for all valuable guest who trust Ini Vie Villa as their accommodation during trip in Bali and we keep looking forward to welcoming you in the nearest future.


Wednesday 16 January 2019




La Mira Villa - A sense of coming home


La Mira Villa - A sense of coming home at Ini Vie Villa

Seminyak, December 2018 - Ini Vie hospitality is delighted to announce the opening of La Mira Villa a homey villa in Seminyak.


La Mira Villa welcomes you to the hidden oasis with a sense of coming home. Featuring 1 villa of Three Bedroom villa with private pool and bathtub, 3 villas of Two Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Bathtub that can be converted to One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Bathtub which is completed with kitchen, living area, sunbed and signature villa facilities. La Mira Villa is suitable for your visit with group of friends or family and honeymooners are very welcome. Prime located in the hidden alley of Seminyak, takes 30 minutes’ drive away from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport and only 10 minutes’ drive away to the sunset spot Batu Belig Beach, shopping street in Seminyak, cafes, restaurant and famous beach clubs in Seminyak that make your more memorable one in Bali.


La Mira Villa’s designed as a hidden oasis with beautiful walled garden ready to welcoming you as well as naturally pathway lead you to the room.


Special opening promo in January 2019, we are giving exclusive benefits for minimum of 2 nights stay which will get complimentary romantic flower decoration in bathtub upon arrival and one time floating breakfast and valid stay in One or Two Bedroom Villa with Private Pool & Bathtub.


For further information and inquiries please contact :

Reservation : +6281293880889

Email : info@lamiravilla.com

Website : http://www.lamiravilla.com/


Thursday 27 December 2018






“SPECIAL PROMO 12.12” at Ini Vie Villa

It’s 12.12, it’s time to book direct for staying @inivievilla, Findout the shocking rate by scanning the barcode or you may use the special promocode IVH1212. This promotion will be available till 12 December 2018 which is staying 12 December 2018 till 22 December 2019. Please makesure you don’t miss it the offer.
Special benefit for minimum 2 nights stay will get 1 x floating breakfast.

Memorable honeymoon experience is waiting you at Ini Vie Villa
#1212 #promo1212 #harbolnas
For further information and inquiries, please contact us:
📍Jalan Dewi Sri 3 No 8x Legian - Kuta Bali
📲 +62813 3951 9988
💻 www.inivievilla.com


Wednesday 12 December 2018




Ini Vie Villa is #3 on Trip Advisor


Ini Vie Villa is #3 on Trip Advisor at Ini Vie Villa

We are glad to share that Ini Vie Villa is #3 of 94 Specialty Lodging in Legian from the global traveler community on TripAdvisor which is World’s Largest Travel Site.

Thank you for all our lovely guest who has given the excellent review on TripAdvisor. We are continuously maintain our best services and excited to welcoming you back at Ini Vie Villa


Wednesday 12 December 2018




Award of Excellence 2018 from Trust You


Award of Excellence 2018 from Trust You at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa has received a 2018 Award of Excellent from Trust You, the world's largest guest feedback platform.


Thank you for all valuable guest who has given the excellent review on Trust You. We are continuesly maintain our best service and dangerously excited to welcoming you back in the near future.


Friday 21 September 2018







Romatic stay with my boyfriend
Ini Vie Seminyak

Ini Vie Hospitality is established on 2012 in Bali by creative and passionate team to hospitality industry and design. The company specializes in full villa management, villa marketing management, and Concept Consultation with focusing of owner’s return on investment, branding and property maintenance. Our team are designated to market the villa, maintenance the entire property and transparency within financial or report. The company expands the product and services by offer villa rentals, inbound transportation services, transportation rentals, tour and activities arrangement in Bali. This additional product and services are improving guest satisfaction and enhancing the villa revenue.

Ini Vie Villa is a cozy and chic stay in Legian / Seminyak. It features a hot tub and a pool, where you can relax in a swimming pool and rocking chair. Legian Beach is 1.2 km away. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. The villa will provide you with air conditioning, a seating area, a dining area and a terrace. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, microwave, toaster and electric kettle. You can enjoy a floating breakfast in the pool every morning. This is really worth it, so special. The villas are 5 km from Bali Denpasar International Airport. Ini Vie gets very high ratings. Also suitable for a honeymoon.

On June 11 was my birthday, I celebrated this in Ini Vie Villas. In the morning all the staff came along and made music and sang for me, great fun! The evening before, there was 'happy birthday daphne' on the bed. Of course my dear friend also arranged something 'i love you' in the pool. A day to never forget. A plus for the service of the staff. Do you want a romantic stay in Bali? Then definitely go to Ini Vie Villas

Source - http://favouritesbydaphne.nl/?p=1082


Monday 23 July 2018




Video Update! Ini Vie Villa - Birthday Surprise in Romantic One Bedroom Villa Legian Bali


Video Update! Ini Vie Villa - Birthday Surprise in Romantic One Bedroom Villa Legian Bali at Ini Vie Villa

Birthday Surprises at Romantic One Bedroom Ini Vie Villa experience by @friscasaputro & @igawinda Shoot by nationwide known videographer @commaditya

View our other videos on youtube channel 



Tuesday 03 July 2018




A Wonderful Moment from our Lovely Guest Sarah Amirudin


A Wonderful Moment from our Lovely Guest  Sarah Amirudin at Ini Vie Villa

Today’s Habitat : Honeymoon Edition – Ini Vie Villa, Bali Review

Nothing sounds better than choosing Bali as a honeymoon retreat. Actually to be honest, when me and Asyraf sat down and tryna figure out all of the places that we wanted to go, Bali wasn’t really high on our list. In fact, it’s not even on the list. Reason because we thought that it was so overcrowded and that it was so common for every couple to spend their honeymoon there. Haha. But due to some circumstances, it eventually became our honeymoon spot and Ini Vie Villa was the first place that we stayed during our honeymoon <3

Now, before I went deeper into all the details of the villa, I just feel like sharing my experience before getting there. If you guys are eager to see all the photos, by all means, do scroll down but if you wanna hear an interesting story, just stop everything that you’re doing and continue reading the story that I’m about to tell you. Ok, I may have been over exaggerated but just so you know, I am not exactly the type of person who would just go with the flow and let the wind take me places. I love to have my itinerary ready so that I won’t miss any of the places that I’m planning to see. To connect the dots, we booked a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Denpasar at 10.20AM. When the day has finally arrived, we woke up early in the morning as in 5AM since my dad was heading to the airport as well for a business trip, we decided to jump in. Besides, the earlier the better right? WRONG! We checked in at 8AM, got our boarding passes ready and waited inside the waiting room while I fell asleep on Asyraf’s arms, who at that moment were listening to his earphone. Lets just say that all we ever thought about was getting inside the plane. As the time comes, we get up and began to que up. As we draw near to the lady on the counter, to our horror, the TV screen stated that it was a flight to Taiwan! We carried all of our stuffs and asked one of the workers around about our flight. He told us that there was a change in gates and that it already departed. So ladies and gentlemen, we have officially missed the ride to our honeymoon trip. We did a bit of running to the immigration which he told us get to the ticketing counter to purchase a new flight ticket. If you ever been to KLIA 2, you must know that the airport was 2x longer than a football field. So imagine how tired we were at the time. After a while, we managed to get the next flight (Alhamdullilah!) which was at 12PM something but with additional costs of course. Sigh. Although we didn’t arrive to Bali that early, at least we were safe and sound. Oh well, the moral of the story is when you thought you’re safe just because you arrived early to the airport, think again. Pleaseeee always be alert of the announcement going around and keep checking the status of your flight to avoid getting into the same mistake like we did.

Anyways, enough about that. Lets talk about my first hotel in Bali which is none other than Ini Vie Villa! Why I chose to stay here in the first place?




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Friday 22 June 2018




Excellent 91 Score from TRUSTYOU


Excellent 91 Score from TRUSTYOU at Ini Vie Villa

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Tuesday 10 April 2018




Ini Vie Villa has awarded the 2018 Recognition of Excellence by HotelsCombined


Ini Vie Villa has awarded the 2018 Recognition of Excellence by HotelsCombined at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa has awarded the 2018 Recognition of Excellence by HotelsCombined in Indonesia for achieving the highest standards of Customer Satisfaction worldwide. HotelsCombined is a world leading hotel comparison website based in Sydney, Australia, used by over 30 million travellers each month and partnered with all the best booking sites (including Booking.com, Expedia, Agoda, etc.) to create a one-stop hotel search engine for travellers. Base on that, HotelCombined has process data opinion from our lovely guest who has posted on a variety of different websites, forums and social media, resulting in a score of 9.2 out of a possible 10. We are Ini Vie Villa team very glad and honor to receive the awarded.

We would like to thank you for all valuable guest who has given good feed back for us. We are continuesly maintain our service and dangerously excited to welcoming you back in the near future.



@inivievilla is truly romantic and family villa, offer 8 villas of One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool & Jacuzzi and 2 villas of Two Bedroom Villa with Private Pool & Jacuzzi. Each villa has been designed with totally intimate and privacy, completed with 4* standard villa facilities and services by personalized Balinese hospitality and friendly staff who take care and comfort you as your second home in Bali. Located in border Legian and Kuta with situated quiet area and It’s only 30 minutes driving from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, 10 minutes driving to the shopping street, Food Street, restaurant and famous double six beach in Seminyak that make you enjoy your holiday in Bali.



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Thursday 05 April 2018




The Bali Guide for Muslim Travellers


The Bali Guide for Muslim Travellers at Ini Vie Villa

10 Great Things to Do for Muslim Travellers

Best Muslim-Friendly Tours in Bali

We’ve gathered these great Bali tours for Muslim travellers, all currently available from Hotels.com. These fun things to do in Bali range from day trips that take you to see the most popular cultural highlights, to inland excursions that will take you closer to the island’s natural beauty. Mostly affordable and highly popular, these Muslim-friendly things to do in Bali might take only 2 hours, right up to full-day outings of sightseeing and adventure.

1. Enchanting Ubud Excursion

This half-day tour package takes you to discover Bali’s cultural heartland, where you can marvel at various masterpieces by local and international artists in some of Ubud’s famous museums and art galleries. One of them is the Puri Lukisan Museum, which is only a stroll away to the royal palace of Ubud, the Puri Saren Agung, as well as the Ubud Art Market just across the road. You can spend some time browsing through the various arts and crafts, and strike a bargain on souvenirs to bring back home. Before you return to your hotel, head to the village of Petulu to see the stunning view of thousands of white herons flocking back to their treetop nests around sunset.

2. Sunset Kecak Dance at Uluwatu & Barbecue Seafood Dinner

An iconic sight in Bali is witnessing a Kecak dance set against a spectacular Bali sunset. This tour takes you to Uluwatu Temple, where you’ll not only admire the historic cliff-top temple and its architectural features, but also head to the nearby amphitheatre where you can watch Bali’s famous Kecak dance in the most stunning settings. After the sunset show and spectacle, head down to Jimbaran Bay to enjoy a halal barbecue seafood dinner by the beach.

3. Bedugul & Singaraja Full-Day Tour

This full day adventure takes you to Bali’s central highland and northern region where you can escape the crowds of Bali’s south. Here you'll be able to take in the tranquillity of Bali's scenic farming countryside of Bedugul, as well as the calm northern coasts of Lovina Beach and Singaraja. Highlights include the breath-taking Beratan Lake and its lakeside temple of Ulun Danu and the local fresh market of Candi Kuning. A stopover at the Gitgit Waterfall is included before reaching the northern coast.

4. Bali White Water Rafting at Telaga Waja

Have yourselves some thrills as you rush down Bali’s most exciting rapids, the Telaga Waja in Karangasem, East Bali. This white-water rafting adventure is complemented by professional guides, safety gear, and most importantly, the incredible nature views of rural Bali with terraced rice fields, jungle and wildlife. An exhilarating plunge down a dam serves as a finale to your adventure, and a delicious halal Indonesian buffet lunch awaits to help you unwind and recollect the fun moments.

5. Night Safari Experience at Bali Safari & Marine Park

One for animal lovers; go on a night-time journey into the African savannah at the Bali Safari & Marine Park with this tour option. Ride on a special, caged tram on the safari to encounter over 60 different species, ranging from tigers to binturongs, before a spectacular fire dance spectacle awaits you as you enjoy a halal barbecue dinner with views over the African-inspired landscape.

6. Pura Taman Ayun Temple, Monkey Forest & Tanah Lot Excursion

This full-day tour package serves as another option for discovering some of Bali's exotic temple landscapes, cultural heritage and natural beauty. The ancient temple complex and gardens of Pura Taman Ayun in Mengwi serves as first stop, before heading to the Kedaton Monkey Forest to see the antics of primates in their natural nutmeg forest habitat. The finale is a spectacular sunset at Tanah Lot, Bali’s most iconic temple, set on a rocky outcrop amongst crashing waves. Keep your camera handy.

7. Bali Treetop Full-Day Adventure Tour

Hook yourself into a specially designed harness and soar through the trees in this open-air course within the Bedugul botanic gardens. The Bali Treetop Adventure Park has all the gear you'll need, from harnesses, pulleys and carabiners, and activities are supervised by professional instructors. Once you're set, make like a squirrel and climb up into the nearest tree to take off on any of the 9 thrilling adventure circuits. Continue to nearby Lake Beratan for a halal buffet lunch with the scenic lake and the Ulun Danu Temple in view. The return trip includes a stop at the beautiful Munduk Waterfall.

8. Highlights of Bali Full-Day Tour

Discover Bali's unique cultural heritage and scenic natural surroundings on this full-day tour. Explore the traditional village of Blahbatuh, marvel at the majestic volcano of Mount Batur, and sip on your coffee or tea while enjoying scenic views of rice fields and the ocean atop Bukit Jati. It includes a visit to the Archaeological Museum to see ethnographic and archaeological exhibits highlighting Balinese arts, culture, and heritage throughout the ages besides housing ancient royal coffins of the royal families.

9. Bali Hai Dolphin Cruise

Not to be confused with the dolphin watching tours off Lovina Beach in North Bali, this package takes you on a thrilling high-speed cruise out to Nusa Dua and Uluwatu's coastline for a magical encounter with native dolphins. Marvel at these fascinating creatures in their habitat and absorb the scenic wonders of Bali's natural surroundings. Before the cruise, enjoy fruit juices, pastries, tea and coffee, then set out to sea as the sun rises.

10. Private Denpasar City Tour, Sunset Kecak Dance & Barbecue Dinner

Discover the historic heart of Denpasar with an experienced guide through this tour option, which can help you better learn about Bali's past with visits to monuments and museums. You can also get up close and personal with sellers at the city’s fresh markets and get a sense of the commercial vibe that moves the city. In the afternoon, check out the monkey-inhabited Uluwatu Temple, watch a Kecak dance at sunset, and indulge in a tasty seafood dinner in Jimbaran.

Source : http://www.bali-indonesia.com/yourguide/muslim-travelers/great-bali-tours.htm



Wednesday 21 March 2018




Booking.com Guest Review Award 2017


Booking.com Guest Review Award 2017 at Ini Vie Villa

Ini Vie Villa get score 8.9 out of 10 on Booking.com Guest Review Award 2017


Thursday 08 March 2018




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Monday 12 February 2018




Denpasar After Dark


Denpasar After Dark at Ini Vie Villa

No skyscrapers or anything metropolitan decorating the city, but Denpasar still plays a significant role as the island’s centre of growth and wealth. And when the sun has set, the capital bursts with colours, as reflected on its night markets and parks.

When it comes to club hopping and partying Denpasar may not be the first destination that springs to mind. With that being said, the island’s capital still has places for the night crawlers to head out to as the moon rises.

The parks especially are always busy at night time in Denpasar. The Puputan Square, for example, is crowded by families, couples, singles, young and old. The many vendors in the park selling chicken and pork satays, varieties of snacks and drinks make it easy for those seeking to have downtime while munching on the local delicacies. And while the parents kick back and relax after a day’s work, the little ones can have fun in the designated playground area where they can find a gamut of playing equipments such as swings, seesaws, and a number multi-play stations.

Those looking to break a sweat also find their haven here. The Puputan Square’s jogging track is popular amongst the Denpasar health-conscious crowd who frequent it everyday starting at around 6pm up until around 9pm. Simple gym equipment have also recently been installed in one area of the park, attracting the local gym bros to do nightly workout sessions. Anyway, when it comes to sports, in addition to the joggers and gymnasts, chess enthusiasts also normally occupy one corner of the park (near Pura Agung Jagatnatha) to have a couple of game sessions. The benches set with tables available here make it comfortable for these chess players to stay and play even up till midnight.

On the roundabout by the park, an intersection linking the streets of Surapati, Udayana, Veteran, and Gajah Mada, sits one the Denpasar’s most famous landmark, the Catur Muka Statue (four-faced statue). No selfie opportunity is lost here, especially at night times when the statue is made more dramatic with the colourful lights and fountains – a perfect background for your Instagram feed.

A five-minute walk from the roundabout, on Gajah Mada Street, Pasar Kumbasari wet market comes to life at night, taking over business from the street’s shops that are generally closed early. But different from the shops, the market offers fresh meats, chicken, vegetables, a number of seafood products, fruits, traditional snacks, and even flowers used for offerings. It’s very vibrant and colourful here; and observing the nightly trade taking place at the market provides the visitor’s to Bali a glimpse of traditional life here on the island.

Another Denpasar night market offering a thriving night scene is Pasar Kreneng. Here you can find countless food hawkers that offer all sorts of inviting local dishes. From chicken noodles to bakso and satays, and the Balinese favourite suckling pig and “halal” Javanese delicacies to traditional snacks, cakes, and desserts, you’re seriously spoilt for choice at Kreneng. For visitors, these meals-on-wheels can serve as an introduction and opportunity to unravel various local foods, served in a totally different atmosphere.

Talking about food, Denpasar’s Teuku Umar Street is also where the locals flock to get a taste of their favourite meal. Along the street you can find both street food and restaurants with menus that range from Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, and even Italian. Multiple dining spots on Teuku Umar can also be found at Level 21. This new and happening hotspot answered the Denpasar crowd’s need for entertainment. It’s crowded mostly at night times, with patrons flocking to the dining spots and coffee houses, shopping centre, fitness centre, movie theatre, and other hangout spots.

In Renon, the Renon Square with its iconic Bajra Sandhi Monument is where evening joggers spend their post-work workout session in. Though less busy than the Puputan Square on weeknights, Renon offers a longer jogging track and bigger space for other outdoor activities such as volleyball and soccer. Restaurants and trendy cafes can be found in Renon and the neighbouring Merdeka Street. These are the venues when the young crowds spend their evening before midnight.


AUTHOR - Namhar Hernanto (http://nowbali.co.id/)


Monday 22 January 2018




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Sana Vie Villa  at Ini Vie Villa

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Friday 12 January 2018




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Wednesday 10 January 2018




10 Best Tropical Fruits to Try in Bali


10 Best Tropical Fruits to Try in Bali at Ini Vie Villa

Fruits in Bali come in a wide variety and are a feast for your eyes and taste buds, with striking and sometimes unusual textures, colours, shapes and sizes. Although several types share much resemblance with those that you find in other places across Southeast Asia, there are some varieties that can only be found here in Bali. This small island eight degrees south of the equator features different terrains that serve as favourable growing places for such fruits. Take the Balinese salak for example, an odd-looking but delicious fruit that is widely grown in the eastern Bali village of Sibetan, Karangasem regency. The island’s volcanic highlands allow fertile plains and village plantations to produce a bounty of these exotic and tasty delights. Make most out of your holiday in Bali by pleasing your senses – discover and try as many Balinese fruits as you can. Here is our list of top 10 tropical and exotic fruits to try in Bali. And if you dare, check out how the locals go further with their beloved fruits by adding them as main ingredients in exotic preparations of salads and dishes – you won’t find such an experience elsewhere!

1. Durian

The fruit most locals love and most foreigners hate. But like the majority of unusual things, it’s an acquired taste. There are three types of people when it comes to the Durian: die-hard lovers, haters, and those in between who love the taste but can’t bear the smell for too long. The powerful aroma has led to the fruit being banned from hotels and airplanes, and locals know that driving some home from a market or roadside stall will have their car reeking of durian for a week! Opening up one of these heavily spiked melon-sized fruits requires much care and experience – a roadside vendor will scan for a faint line to position his blade then easily crack it open to reveal the fleshy white, to deep yellowish pods. The texture and taste: creamy and sweet, means that there is a good reason for durian-flavoured ice cream. The notorious smell: to some, invigorating, sweet, or even okay… and for many others, putrid, rotten, or simply ‘the toilet is broken’! Lovers of blue cheese can try an exchange with the local villagers and get pretty much a very similar response.

2. Mangosteen - Manggis

Those who have travelled to other Southeast Asian countries may have already encountered and tried the mangosteen. Pleasant to all, the round, apple-sized and deep purple fruit is easily cracked opened by pressing between both palms, and caution is to be taken as the rind exudes a reddish sap that can stain clothes. The reddish stains on your palms resemble blood at a glance, hence its nickname the ‘blood fruit’. While the white inner flesh is the prize, a recent trend has surfaced in drying up the rinds and making them into health teas, due to its claimed high antioxidant content. Mangosteen is also known in local traditional medicine as a remedy for skin and digestive problems. The juicy flesh sections contain slightly fibrous and inedible seeds, and most will agree that one is never enough. The evergreen trees are largely grown in the highland regions of Tabanan in Bali’s west, and the Bangli regency on the island’s east.

3.Snake/Snakeskin Fruit - Salak

This odd-looking fruit deserves its moniker, with skin resembling tiny snake scales from up close. The fruit’s colour ranges from reddish to dark brown, and it grows in clusters on very spiny palm-like trees – not a pleasant or inviting sight. But once harvested and in your hotel room fruit basket, they are smooth and tempting. Oval to round, the fruit has a pointed top that eases squeezing and is peeled by hand. After revealing the three pale yellow lobes, you still need to rub off a thin layer of silky membrane before enjoying the moist and crunchy treat. The largest lobe contains a hard black seed – hazardous to first-timers’ teeth. Texture and taste: sweet and slightly starchy consistency, a cross flavour between pineapple and Royal Gala apples. One type of Bali’s salak has recently been made into wine by farming cooperatives in Karangasem, East Bali. You’ll come across the fruit in almost all traditional markets and supermarkets.

4. Rambutan

Like the durian, this fruit is straightforwardly named, meaning ‘hairy’ in the local tongue. They grow in clumps on trees that are commonly grown in village backyards in Bali’s rural areas. Green and yellow when young and a bright red when ripe, they reveal a soft and cloudy white flesh with oval seeds. Over a dozen types of salak are available, from long-haired types with very juicy flesh, to dry-looking short-haired ones that are smaller, rounder and with a lesser moist content. You’ll know you are enjoying top-quality rambutan whenever the skin is easily opened; the flesh is sweet and succulent and easily separates from the seed. When buying a bunch from a traditional roadside fruit vendor up in the mountains or at the market, be cautious of black ants that naturally favour the fruit and tree’s sap – they cling on within the leaves and fruit’s hairs even after it is washed. 

5. Boni

These are considered wild berries, but can be found in fruit markets and warungs island-wide. Grown on shrub-like trees, the buah buni bear clustering bunches of small and round berries, white, reddish and black in colour. While easily enjoyed as it is, with a taste ranging from biting sour to sweet, the locals are fond of preparing the buni as a rujak or salad mix, with a blend of sugar, chilli, shrimp paste and salt. High in vitamin C, it is also locally known as a remedy for hypertension.

6. Soursop - Srikaya

The ‘sour’ in its name is there for clear reason. Soursop is widely grown alongside papayas and bananas in villagers’ backyards, and is a delightful treat during the hot days of summer – often blended with sugar syrup as refreshing drinks. When eaten as it is, its sourness is obvious. Locals look for the fruit whenever they suffer from mouth ulcers. Very soft when ripe, the green skin is easily pinched and peeled away by hand, or sliced with a knife to reveal its aromatic, pulpy and juicy flesh. Enjoying soursop with your hands can be a messy undertaking, best slice open and dig in with a knife and fork, while discarding the small and oval black seeds. A distant cousin to the soursop that you may also find widely sold in Bali’s fruit markets, such as Badung and Kumbasari in Denpasar, is the custard apple, locally known as ‘silik’. Smaller and rounder, the size of an apple, the flesh is similarly tender, but tastes much sweeter.

7. Java Plum - Juwet

Similar to the buah buni, the Java Plum is a seasonal fruit, widely grown in the southern Bukit region, and sold in warungs and roadside stalls, and alternatively prepared with a chilli mix. The fruit grows on large trees with dense foliage, and are smooth and shiny, oval-shaped the size of a date. Young green fruit turn pink and then purplish to black when ripe. The taste ranges from sweet to sour. Part of the fun in enjoying Java Plum is, after some bites and chews, you can check your tongue in a mirror – it will be slightly purple. The taste will also linger in your mouth for a while after enjoying even just a little amount. This is perhaps one of the reasons the locals tend to enjoy anything originally sweet and sour with the typical ‘rujak’ mix of shrimp paste, salt, sugar and chilli. You can always ask for a reduction or total omission of the slightly intimidating last ingredient.

8 Yellow and Orange Coconut

A widespread but often overlooked fruit: This is not the common green coconut. In Bali, the orange and yellow types are grown for their use in temple and ceremonial purposes. On the culinary side, while much smaller than the common green coconut, the young coconuts of the orange variety offer a much tastier and refreshing treat – the flesh is thinner and tender, and its water is more flavoursome. While not widely sold in tourist areas, you can find them in villages and rural areas where roadside stalls selling flowers usually sell them for ceremonial purposes. If you find a tree bearing these orange coconuts grown in your hotel’s grounds, kindly ask the staff if you can try one. Some hotels in Lovina, North Bali, such as the Puri Saron Baruna Beach Cottage, promote local fruits growing on their property’s premises, which can be a fun experience.

9.Ambarella - Kedondong

This tropical fruit grows on low trees, and is green to a lighter colour when ripe. Its flesh is crunchy and a little sour, and is high in vitamin C. Again, it is one of the favourite naturally sour fruits that go with shrimp paste; a sugar, salt and chilli mix, forming a basic ‘rujak kedondong’. The fruit can also be pickled. Preferably peeled and sliced before eaten raw, ambarella contains a spiny seed that you should avoid getting in between your teeth. Warungs (traditional roadside snack stalls) selling rujak will almost always have ambarella among their stock of fruits. Widely available in traditional markets and supermarkets, the locals believe that eating ambarella improves the digestive system and can help cure anaemia.

10. Pomelo - Jeruk Bali

A backyard-grown fruit that is also widely sold in traditional markets and supermarkets, this large citrus fruit comes in two general types based on the colour of the flesh, namely white and pink. The rind is thick and spongy, and getting out the lobes in one piece can be a challenge as the small pulps are brittle and break off easily. It is quite juicy after you crunch a mouthful of the pulp, and tastes sweet and sometimes bitter (usually the trait of the pink fleshed varieties). A local belief is that consuming pomelo can cure a hangover. The thick and spongy rinds shouldn’t be wasted – they are burnt to act as a natural mosquito repellent.



Friday 27 October 2017




11 Weird and Unusual Sites to Visit in Bali


11 Weird and Unusual Sites to Visit in Bali  at Ini Vie Villa

Strange, Curious and Creepy Places in Bali

Bali offers unique sights that you’ll unlikely see elsewhere, and even if you think you’ve seen them all, you’ll be surprised at what you may still find ‘hidden’, off the beaten tracks, and simply waiting for you to discover. For the adventurous at heart, here we’ve compiled the most unusual places to visit on the island. Some places are outright bizarre, others eerie and mysterious – spread out across Bali, from the remote central highlands to the offshore island of Lembongan. You might want to break away from the confines and usual offerings of your five-star luxury resort, and seek out the unknown, the odd, and the peculiar in Bali. If you think you’ve seen ‘Bali temples’, here are some outright exceptional ones. Discover Bali’s strangely beautiful, and beautifully strange, and satisfy your curiosity with our list of the 10 most unusual and odd places to visit in Bali.

1. The 'Ghost Town' of Taman Festival Bali Sanur 

Sanur has a spooky ‘ghost town’ on Padanggalak Beach, a remote coast far away from the main Sanur hub. It is the vast ruins of derelict theme park Taman Festival Bali, which closed down shortly after its establishment in 1997 due to marketing and financial difficulties, before being handed over to the local government. No plans are underway for its resurrection, so we believe it will still be around for a while. The deserted main entrance gates, ticket booths, empty cafeterias and deteriorated main buildings with partly collapsed roofs all give it a creepy sensation even in broad daylight. Dense foliage and creeper vines have grown over broken windows, and ornamental stone figures loom over in the open spaces, making it a great post-apocalyptic setting to try your nerves. The locals believe long-abandoned sites like this are ‘borrowed’ by lost spirits. One thing for sure is extra care must be taken due to the failing structures.

2. Trunyan Necropolis Kintamani 


For something truly macabre, head up to the highlands where the ancient Bali Aga (native Balinese) village of Trunyan lies. The village is on the eastern side of the Batur Lake and usually requires a boat trip from the other side. While the general Balinese Hindus are known for their lavish cremation ceremonies, the people of Trunyan are best known for neither cremating nor burying their dead. Instead, the bodies of the deceased are wrapped and brought by boat to the designated village graveyard and laid out on the ground around a large ancient fragrant tree and covered by a wooden cage to protect the remains from scavenging animals. This tree, known as the ‘taru menyan’ (which the village also gets its name from), is known to only grow here. Quite puzzling to many is no odour from the decomposing bodies is present, which the locals believe is neutralized by the tree’s myrrh-like fragrance. Skulls and bones on moss-covered stairs are quite the scene here, definitely not for the nervous type.

3. The 'Bat Cave' Temple of Goa Lawah Klungkung 

As one of Bali's most important temples, Goa Lawah is not a kept secret. But the odd sight of a majestic Balinese Hindu temple complex built around an eerie cave opening that is inhabited by hordes of bats can still give you the creeps... even in broad daylight. The 11th century temple is an easy stopover on your tours to Candidasa and the island’s east. Best time to visit is during dusk, when the hordes of nectar bats swarm the skies over the temple as they feast on airborne insects. Also great during the piodalan temple anniversaries when the temple scene becomes truly exotic with pilgrims thronging in temple prayers and colourful parasols and banners go in contrast to the dark cave opening. One mystery yet to be solved is whether the legend that tells of the secret cave passage through to Besakih Temple, some 25 kilometres northeast at the foot of Mount Agung, is true.

4. Bengkala, Village of The Deaf North Bali 

Bengkala, a village in the district of Kubutambahan, Buleleng regency, north Bali, is known as the ‘village of the deaf’ due to over two percent of its population are congenitally deaf. The village has seen high incidences of deafness that spans over seven generations, and the people, known locally as ‘kolok’, have developed a sign language known as ‘kata kolok’. The kolok people also have developed their own form of performing arts, from deaf dances to martial arts, and have a unique social system for carrying rituals and social roles. There is a belief in a deaf god, which both the deaf and hearing villagers share. 

5. Lost Plane #1 Jimbaran 

Going along Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai from the airport towards Nusa Dua, keep your attention to the left as around 500m from the Benoa Square and right beside Dunkin Donuts is this bizarre old white Boeing 737. The plane is parked in a yard, and rumour has it that the owner had plans to make it into a quirky restaurant but all fell through and the plane now just sits as a nice eye candy for passersby. 

6. Lost Plane #2 Bukit Peninsula 

This abandoned plane is in a slightly hidden location up in the hilly limestone area of the southern Bukit Peninsula. The site is within only a kilometre north from Pandawa Beach, and sits on a privately-owned hectare of a carved limestone hill. Again, rumour has it that it will be transformed into a cool hangout, complete with a restaurant and bar, and we believe this will soon see fruition. We’ll stay tuned.

7. The Underground House (Goa Gala-Gala) Nusa Lembongan Island

One of your most likely stopovers on your visit to Nusa Lembongan Island is this underground house, known as the ‘Goa Gala-Gala’. The limestone underground house is labyrinthine featuring connected chambers. What started out as a passionate cave project by house owner Made Byasa, who was inspired by an episode from the Mahabharata epic in which the Pandawa heroes fled persecution from the Koravas by hiding in a cave, turned into a decade-long building obsession, which he finally completed in 1976. After the 7 metre descent down a hole in the ground, you will be astonished by his feat. He successfully built a kitchen, sleeping quarters, and a living room deep under the ground.

8. The 'Haunted Hotel' of Bedugul

This abandoned mountain resort is something that you will easily notice on your trip to the central highland, particularly on your visit to the Beratan Lake or the Ulun Danu Temple. The crumbling, abandoned building is the P.I. Taman Rekreasi Hotel & Resort, a project in the early 90s that never saw fruition and was halted midway. As with our ‘ghost town’ theme park above, most locals dare not enter such a long abandoned place, as it is easily ‘haunted’. Now over two decades, extra caution must be taken around the deteriorating structures. 

9. The Stalactite Cave Temple of Goa Gong Jimbaran 

Goa Gong temple is a unique cave temple hidden away behind the modern development of the Jimbaran resort area.  Up the hill from the Udayana University campus facility in Jimbaran, the namesake Jalan Goa Gong leads you through the small Batu Ngongkong community and a sharp left turn puts you face to face with a pair of big cat statues ornate in red and chequered cloths. Eerie gargoyles under a banyan and tamarind tree guard a flight of stairs to the cave opening. No admittance is provided unless the temple’s supervisor and keeper, priest Mangku Gurun Simpen, is onsite. Inside, a large dim-lit cavity reveals dedicated stone shrines with soothing sounds of dripping water from the rocky cave’s stalactites. A huge stalactite hangs behind the shrines, which is in fact a functioning stone gong. It is struck during rituals, particularly during the temple anniversary.

10.The 'Dark Cave' of Goa Peteng

Here’s for spelunkers (which means cave exploring, as if you didn’t know). Descend into the heart of darkness at Goa Peteng, an impressive natural limestone sinkhole that is located right beside the resort grounds of the Ayana Resort and Spa in Jimbaran. Goa Peteng, literally ‘dark cave’ in the local tongue, is located on a farming field owned by local resident Pak Ketjuh and his son Nyoman Suparka. A large banyan tree with an accompanying shrine guards the cave opening, and daylight becomes scarce after only several meters down. Vines grow further down into gaps and openings, reaching beyond tight spaces inside the cave. Dense air and bat chirps fill the hollow surroundings. Stalactites and stalagmites shimmer throughout. If you can stand the smell of guano and can endure the approximate 150 metre or 15-minute descent, you’ll reach the freshwater pool at its base. It is said that on a full moon, a narrow passage opens as the water level lowers revealing a causeway that leads into a ‘hidden chamber’. 

11.Pura Paluang Car Temple

Nusa Penida is the largest island among the group of three off Bali’s southwest coast, but one of the least visited. One site to behold is this unique temple complex featuring shrines in the form of a house and automobiles! As one of the many mysterious temples that dot this remote island, the Paluang Temple is located within the local community of Sebun Ibus in the Karangdawa village on the island’s southern peninsula.

Source : http://www.bali-indonesia.com/magazine/



Tuesday 10 October 2017




Ini Vie Villa by Julia Rose


Ini Vie Villa by Julia Rose at Ini Vie Villa

We headed to Legian after returning to Bali for a three-night stay at Ini Vie Villa. This has been one of my favorites so far while staying in Bali.

We had an adorable villa decorated with bright flowers with our own private pool that we could literally jump to from our bed.

This place was insane.

Not to mention they also had an option of a “floating breakfast” where you could have pancakes while chillin in the pool. That’s exactly how every Monday should start.

Pancakes poolside.

by Julia Rose
September, 11  - 2017

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Friday 29 September 2017







The name Candi Dasa derives from the words cili dasa, meaning “ten children”. This temple, Pura Candi Dasa is dedicated to Bali’s goddess of fertility and is where Balinese Hindus come to pray to be blessed with an abundance of children. But there’s more to the story than that, which is usually the case with almost everything in Bali.

As the story is related to Bali’s ancients, there was a goddess named Hariti who was infertile but wanted offspring to continue her godly bloodline. She fell in love with a handsome god but failed to provide him an heir. One day, she heard some Balinese people praying for rain and when she looked down from her perch in heaven, she saw a Balinese couple who offered their prayers, standing atop a high hill and addressing their prayers to the clouds.

Sure, they wanted rain, but Hariti knew that they lacked much more. She knew that they were barren – unable to produce a child that they wanted so badly. The goddess took pity on them; their plight made her so sad that she began to cry and her tears fell as rain upon the couple. In the heat of the sudden passion of the moment, presumably caused by the magic raindrops, the couple made love right then and there.

No doubt by now you’ve guessed that their spontaneous union resulted in a pregnancy and the birth of their first offspring. And from that moment on, the goddess Hariti was fertile. So fertile that she immediately gave birth to ten children thereby making her god-husband very happy. From that time until now, this hilltop temple is the place where the Balinese come to pray for fertility and rain – not necessarily in that order. It is said that if a couple spends the night here making love, they will be blessed with many children – especially if it rains on them! But of course we don’t recommend you following that tradition because Bali now has laws against doing that sort of thing in public.

Much of the actual history of this temple is long-gone but the myths remain.
Right on the main road, it’s a very long flight of steps up the steep hillside all the way to the statue of the goddess Hariti – the statue of a very happy woman surrounded by lots of small children.


Wednesday 27 September 2017




Balinale – Bali International Film Festival


Balinale – Bali International Film Festival at Ini Vie Villa

This year Bali’s International Film Festival returns for it’s 11th year of bringing acclaimed national and international films to the forefront. Balinale 2017 will bring more lovers of the big screen, to this special festival, where famous directors, actors, screenwriters and more come together and enjoy the art of film! 

Recognised internationally for the diversity of its programming consisting of Indonesian and international thought-provoking, entertaining, independent and award winning fiction, documentary, feature and short films, the annual Bali International Film Festival, known as Balinale, is also credited for the quality of the associated events where international filmmakers enjoy the festival’s relaxed and familiar manner while discussing films, trends, co-production opportunities and the demands of a growing fast paced industry.

The festival’s audience is a wonderful mix of discerning locals and expatriates from across the globe that eagerly anticipate the festival program each year and 2017 theme of CONNECTING COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE WORLD OF FILM presents a program of films that project our visions and dreams in a positive way enabling greater exposure, tolerance and acceptance of countries and cultures.

Balinale is known for its specialized knowledge and importance in promoting Indonesian cinema, art and culture acting as a platform and history of supporting established and aspiring local filmmakers with workshops and seminars as an important part of the program, and strongly supports the community with its children’s charity program, school visits and free open air cinema, locally known as ‘layar tancap’.

The festival was founded in 2007 by Bali Film Center (BFC), a private company that has been providing professional services for film and television production throughout Indonesia since 2002. BFC is a Business Member of the Location Managers Guild International of experienced career professionals in the motion picture, television, commercial and print production industries, ATA Carnet Film Organization and Founding Member of Asian Film Commissions Network of 18 countries.

Balinale is celebrating its 11th anniversary at its ‘Official Venue Partner’ Cinemaxx, state-of-the-art five studio multiplex theater located at the popular and conveniently located Lippo Mall Kuta Jl. Kartika Plaza, South Kuta Beach.”

Venue: Cinemaxx, Lippo Mall Kuta – Jalan Kartika Plaza,

Website: www.balinale.com

Source - http://nowbali.co.id/event/bali-international-film-festival/


Tuesday 19 September 2017




The reason why Bali is the Best Vacation Destination


The reason why Bali is the Best Vacation Destination at Ini Vie Villa


Bali is not only the best holiday destination for local tourists in Indonesia, but all the tourists from all over the world make Bali as their next vacation destination. Even Bali is awarded by TripAdvisor as one of the 10 Best Islands in the World in 2015. Want to know the reason why Bali can be voted as the best island for your vacation?

1. Before landing, you will be treated to the most beautiful Toll scenery in Indonesia and Mount Agung

2. Bali also there are many magnificent Waterfall. Twin waterfall in Sekumpul village is one of the most beautiful in Bali. With a height of more than 100 meters and surrounded by dense forest, you will feel being in the middle ages. Or challenging like the Aling-aling Waterfall Because of its not-so-high shape and deep enough pool beneath it, you can try to skate or jump from above Aling Aling Waterfall.

3. Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches and the waves that are challenging for you Surfing lovers. So try to come to the famous Kuta beach or if you want to enjoy a quiet beach like on the green bowl beach

4. The further you explore Bali, the more exciting the place you find. What about this huge hollow tree? Amazing ?. Bunut Bolong tree that is more than 1 century is located in Jembrana area, with a large hole diameter of 5 meters. It is said that in the Dutch era, was about to cut down but all who tried to cut it down died. So now it is only in the hole for passing vehicles.

5. Bali is also a paradise for those of you who like challenges. Timbis beach in Kutuh area provides nature suitable for you paragliding while enjoying the beauty of Indian Ocean surrounded by white sand beach and steep hill.

6. Do not miss the exciting adventure of camping under the millions of stars. Nature lovers will be tempted to sleep under the stars like Lake Buyan Lake located in Bedugul area. An exciting experience with friends and family.

7. Lodging in Bali is also diverse. You can enjoy the romantic and comfortable atmosphere like at Ini Vie Villa. And you can enjoy your breakfast straight at the pool. A luxurious treatment for your holiday.

8. You have to culinary tour in Bali! You can start your culinary tour expedition with cheap food like pork satay. And do not forget you also have to visit beautiful cafe in Seminyak area like Poulet Bali with Roasted Chicken which is very delicious and unique decoration to exist in Instagram.

9. But finally, what differentiates Bali from other destinations is the uniqueness of art and culture. Only in Bali will you feel the thrill of Ogoh Ogoh and Nyepi Day where all activities on the island of Bali are stopped.

10. If lucky, you can witness the uniqueness of the famous Ngaben ceremony in Bali. Ngaben ceremony is a procession of burning corpses for those who have died and also as a form of providing supplies to the Patriarch who was heading the way to Sunia Loka

Bali still has so many hidden treasures that you are ready to explore in your next holiday to Bali.So you think, what makes Bali the best vacation spot?


Friday 15 September 2017




Floating Breakfast


Floating Breakfast at Ini Vie Villa

Make you trip in Bali to be memorable one by enjoying lovely floating breakfast in romantic one bedroom villa with private pool and jacuzzi at #inivievilla




Friday 08 September 2017




13 Affordable Luxury Honeymoon Villas in Bali for a Romantic Gateway


13 Affordable Luxury Honeymoon Villas in Bali for a Romantic Gateway at Ini Vie Villa

2. Feast on a floating breakfast and snuggle in a poolside swing – Ini Vie Villa


If you’re looking for the sweetest little hideaway in South Bali for you and your sweetheart, congrats – Ini Vie Villa is all ready to charm you.

Each of Ini Vie’s generous one-bedroom villas have a private pool and a jacuzzi tub, both of which are elevated to new romantic heights with a generous sprinkling of flower petals.

After enjoying a little stint in the poolside swing, why not combine your morning dip in the pool to a royal floating breakfast? Yep, that’s right. At Ini Vie Villa, you can skip breakfast in bed and enjoy the first meal of the day without ever leaving the pool!


Or would you want to try floating on some snacks instead?

Although you’d never believe it, inside the blissful peace and quiet of the lush green property, Ini Vie Villa is just minutes away from the exciting buzz of Seminyak and the hidden gems in Kuta. The villa is also close to some of the most popular beaches in Bali, such as Double Six and Legian, which are 15 minutes away.

With an unbeatable location and a gorgeous design combining seductive romance and playful whimsy, it’s no wonder that couples on honeymoon or on a little romantic break can’t get enough of this hidden gem.

If you’re able to tear yourself away from the pool (and perhaps abandon your own magical unicorn for a moment), Ini Vie Villa also offers in-house guests a 20 percent discount on any of the luxurious treatments available at the Vie Spa.


Source: https://indonesia.tripcanvas.co/bali/romantic-honeymoon-villa-bali/


Tuesday 29 August 2017




Special Promotion - Campaign Ini Vie Villa


Special Promotion - Campaign Ini Vie Villa at Ini Vie Villa

Plan your romantic trip in Bali

Book your stay in One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi at Ini Vie Villa, get special benefits:

- Pick up at Airport
- Flower in the pool and Jacuzzi
- 1 x floating breakfast
- 1 x afternoon tea
- Free wording on the bed upon arrival (Happy honeymoon or anniversary or birthday)


Term and conditions:

- Booking period: immediately - 30 September 2017
- Stay period: 1 Oct-10 December 2017
- Valid for direct booking and new booking only
- Minimum 3 nights stay required
- Nonrefundable with full payment in advance
- Not combine with other existing benefits and package

For further information, please contact:
Reservation: +6282341671999
Email: info@inivievilla.com
Visit website www.inivievilla.com


Tuesday 22 August 2017




Top 10 Best Tours in Bali


Top 10 Best Tours in Bali at Ini Vie Villa

These are the best tours in Bali, with something for pretty much any type of visitor. Exciting excursions and unique sightseeing opportunities are plentiful on Bali, from the cultural to the action-packed. Adrenaline junkies can cruise down challenging rapids and immerse themselves in the scenic rural countryside of Bali’s interiors, while those into history and cultural discovery can admire the collection of majestic temples through full day tours. The most popular tours in Bali cover various highlights across the island’s eight different regencies, from the cool uplands down to the coastal waters. Here, we’ve narrowed them down to help you decide on the best options available so you can plan your stay in Bali ahead with a half or full day out to experience the very best of Bali’s sights and sensations.

1. Tanah Lot, a pilgrimage site and temple set dramatically on a rock in the sea. Watch the surf crash around the base of the temple as the sun sets on this picture-perfect scene.

2.  Kedaton Monkey Forest and Sanctuary, where hundreds of gray macaques swing from the treetops and approach visitors.

3.  UNESCO-listed cultural site of Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) and wonder at the detailed sculptures of mythological creatures carved into the cave entrance.

4.  Batubulan Village, famed for its stone statues and sculptures. While there, watch the lively Barong dance, a piece of Balinese mythology with ornate costumes, traditional dancing, and unique musical instruments.

5.  Combine a wonderful cruise on the magnificent Bali coastline with a delicious dinner aboard the Bali Hai Cruise. Absorb the scenery around Bali and see your surroundings set against the backdrop of a spectacular sunset.

6. Splash down the rapids of the Ayung River, paddling along with your expert guide as they lead you between lazy pools perfect for swimming and Class III falls sure to get your heart pumping. Afterward, warm up with a hot shower and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch with stunning valley views.

7.  In a dramatic location on the slopes of an active volcano, Mount Agung, sits the one of the most sacred Hindu temples of Bali—Mother Temple of Besakih.

8.  Kintamani, where you can admire the lush panoramic sight of Mount Batur and the glistening volcanic crater lake of Danau Batur. At lunchtime, find a local restaurant with magnificent views of the volcano.

9.  Lembongan Island, the boat anchors by a private pontoon where you can enjoy a buffet lunch and try any number of unforgettable experiences. Take to the sea in a kayak or banana boat, dive in for some snorkeling, or don a diving helmet to take a walk with the colorful fish.

10.  Enjoy a high-speed cruise out to Nusa Dua and Uluwatu's coastline for a magical encounter with native dolphins. See dolphins swim and jump in synchronizing harmony and listen to their unique way of communicating with each other via the boat's high-quality underwater sound transmitter.

Source : http://www.bali-indonesia.com/tours/top-ten.htm


Saturday 19 August 2017




Celebrating 2nd anniversary of Ini Vie Villa


Celebrating 2nd anniversary of Ini Vie Villa at Ini Vie Villa

Villa and Management team having fun at Alam Rafting for celebrating 2nd anniversary of Ini Vie Villa


Tuesday 15 August 2017




Mr/s Khalid Honeymoon


Mr/s Khalid Honeymoon at Ini Vie Villa

Our staff is 24 hours and very happy to assist our lovely guest on their arrival event in the late night. Our team member staff prepared a special romantic flower decoration arrangement on the bed for welcoming Mr/s Khalid in One Bedroom Villa with Private Pool and Jacuzzi at Ini Vie Villa in their late arrival. This special decoration is very unique by using Arabic language which is very unforgettable one for him and his wife during honeymoon in Bali.

We also prepare another romantic surprised on your special requested and please do not hesitate to contact our team especially our reservation team to arrange your special surprise to your beloved one to make your stay to be memorable one.

Available for special occasions:

  • + Honeymoon
  • + Romantic stay
  • + Anniversaries
  • + Birthday
  • + Family Getaway


Thursday 03 August 2017




Certificate of Excellent by Trip Advisor on 2017


Certificate of Excellent by Trip Advisor on 2017 at Ini Vie Villa

TripAdvisor just released certificate of Excellent on 2017 for their partners and we are glad to share the very first certificate of excellent on 2017 given by TripAdvisor to Ini Vie Villa for specialty lodging in Legian Bali as continuously and consistently earn great reviews from valuable guest during opening until now 2017. We would like to say big thanks to our valuable guest who spare their time to review Ini Vie Villa on TripAdvisor.



Wednesday 21 June 2017