Villa Varja is the perfect symbol of Vajvayana Buddhism and has been designed by the internationally acclaimed architect, Guy Morgan. It holds a dramatic expression of open space and embraces luxury by using materials such as marble, thatch and paliman stone. There is a gorgeous meditation bale and another relaxation bale overlooking the swimming pool, which is watched by a serene Buddha statue. Enjoy the exclusive landscaped gardens which have been carved to fit into the slopes of the river valley gorge, and the flower clad walkways which lead to the Master bedroom and a small painting gallery. After entering Villa Varja via the bamboo clad passage and across the raised wooden walkway through the rice fields, you will be welcomed into a contemporary house full of artistic charm including art works by local artists. The living and dining areas are accessed via a floating staircase from the pond level, thus enabling you to appreciate the scale of this villas beauty as you look up from three storeys below, where the thatched roof is supported by coconut wood pillars. Villa Varja is organic, calm and full of exquisite design features such as teak furniture, pendulous lights and a semi-circular timber overhang which overlooks the lush river valley while at the same time embracing the jackfruit trees that grow through its deck.
The Master bedroom is made up of polished Merbau wood and looks out across panoramic views of jungle and the river valley. Doors open out on to its own timber balcony with padded comfy seating area. The Valley bedroom is situated at pool level and has a gorgeous four-poster bed and sliding glass doors, which open out to a stunning valley view. It has its own dressing room and a garden bathroom made up of black terrazzo. Finally, the Sawah bedroom is located on the western side of the villa and hosts a fantastic three-sided panoramic view of the rice fields below. The Sawah ensuite has a lush marble floor and shower area.
Rice Field View
** Prices are exclusive of 10% Govt Tax + 5% Service