Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘’circle’.’ The term is commonly used to represent a sacred space. On the island of Bali, where the Hindu culture is predominant, this relation to a sacred circle is highly regarded. The design philosophy of the property celebrates the mandala with the goal of creating a sacred space perfect for finding relaxation and serene tranquility.

Villa Mandala is built in traditional Balinese style with a design plan created by well-known Balinese Architect, Po Po Danes. The free flowing layout and open tropical gardens highlight the natural beauty of the island, while creating a warm and welcoming space. There are three suites spread throughout the property, each standing on its own. The main house is set back from the beach, with a garden dotted with graceful water fountains reaching out to the beachfront.

The centerpiece of the property is the free form salt-water infinity pool overlooking the rich gardens. The open, cathedral style living and dining room commands views of the pool, the garden and the ocean beyond. The interiors have been decorated with unique Balinese and Javanese antiques, combined with modern Asian touches, creating an elegant and inviting atmosphere.

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