Avilla Offers Ethnic Atmosphere to Tourists

Avilla Hospitality Management offers ethnic atmosphere to tourists with the opening of Alindra Villa in Jimbaran, Bali.

“In this villa tourists could experience step in culture and history of diverse ethnic architecture in Indonesia,” said Public Relations Manager of Avilla Hospitality, Alfiana Pontoh, in Denpasar.

The villa consists of seven-unit wooden houses in the Puri Mumbul Permai residence complex, Jimbaran, which have architecture of Java, Bali, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi.

According to Alfi, the owner of the villa managed by Avilla is an architect and painter. “In every villa unit with different ethnic, there is personal arts collection,” he said.

Alindra Villa offers Indonesian architecture packed into three complexes with different experiences: four ethnic villas in the front complex, rooms and suites in the Terracotta complex, and three swimming pools in the modern villa located in the back complex.

“Every house has been modified again by the owner and to give comfort with modern atmosphereto the guests,” he said.

Alindra Villa also has a distinctive aroma that is known as the Nautical Nine, which is significant combination representing nine historic and modern architecturalstyle on Alindra Villa.

“It is a blend of nine spices and floral ingredients with a refreshing scent, also representing nine gusts of wind and direction of the Hindu mythology,” Alfi said.

Alindra Villa has three areas that can be a place for wedding, engagement party, birthday, or cocktail party.

The food provided by Terracotta Restaurant can customize the menu to suit the demand. Barbeque is done in open space, which can also be made if requested in advance at the time of booking.

“The guests are also invited to discover Bali via a complex craft, ancient architecture, and Hindu temples,” he said.

Alindra derived from Sanskrit which means Hindu temple. From Ngurah Rai International Airport, to get to the villa only takes about 20 minutes and is relatively close to the place where the APEC Summit held in Nusa Dua.

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