Posted: 28 Dec 2011 08:05 PM PST
Bali is the most favorite tourist destination in the world. Beside offer the beauty the island, Bali also rich the magnificent of culture, food, architecture and interior that implemented to the villa for the visitor. So, besides enjoy the beauty of the Bali natural scenery, the visitor can stay to enjoy the traditional balinese and javanese architecture and interior. One of them is Khayangan Estate. This villa located in Uluwatu, Bali that in a magnificent tropical garden, the Estate comprises of a cluster of traditional, antique, wooden Javanese houses, known as ‘Joglos’, which have been collected by the owners of Khayangan and saved from destruction.
Designed by Cheong Yew Kuan, one of Asia’s leading resort and luxury villa architects, in collaboration with the owners, the architecture blends Javanese tradition with contemporary design and European influences. The buildings incorporate an abundance of recycled teak wood in the form of floorboards, doors and elaborately-carved ‘pondopo’ centrepieces. This is complemented by ironwood shingle roofs and natural stone finishes. Some of the wall panels have been replaced with ceiling to floor glass, giving the buildings a contemporary feel, and allowing more natural light to enter. By watching the photos and reading the article, Khayangan Estate might be your best options to spent your Holiday with your family. (source)
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