The luxury and ecology ‘Alila Villas Uluwatu’ in Bali is a sustainable resort on the southern coast. Singapore-based architects Woha created the Balinese-inspired villas with open-air structures. Guests can adjust the flow of winds and breezes by sliding glass doors. Airy wooden cabanas and relaxation pavilions spray out over the Indian Ocean and look alike cubic Bauhaus nests.
High up on the southern coastline of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula, the resort is not far from the area’s famous surf break. The spa resort expertly creates a modern yet unimposing locale that melts within its natural surroundings.
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