Villa Campuhan, Karangasem

Villa Campuhuan sits in the heart of East Bali in Indonesia. 90 minutes away from the surf tourism and retail-frenzy of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Ubud, East Bali remains the heart of the undiluted Balinese culture where real villages, real fishermen, and real artisans live and work in harmony. This is a heavily spiritual part of the island full of temples, holy caves, and wrapped banyan trees. For those who have experienced it, in the stunning natural perfection of  East Bali,  one does feel the touch of the higher powers

  • Karangasem (View Map)
  • View : Beach Front



Villa Campuhan is the heartbeat of the place. This is the 2500 sq. ft. LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM house for use by all guests, wide open to sea, mountains and river. Like being on a wooden ship, the structure has no right angles; like the rest of the villas, Campuhan contains no screws or nails, built with Minangkabau craftsmanship and joinery,  tongue & groove construction throughout. Decorated with furniture covered by hand-woven fabrics, sumptuous coaches, wide and deep, the living room area is a lovely spot to await meals or get lost in a good book. Surrounded by priceless Sumatran and Batak antiques, you can enjoy our staff’s excellent meals local style. This is also where people from all over the world sit at a round dining table meeting others, sharing the reasons that drew them to Bali in the first place. The commonality of this  shared  love for the island and its people,  for interesting discoveries and conversation enables strangers to become friends for a week or for a lifetime.


Framed perfectly on the 12,000-foot spectacle of Mt. Agung, Bali’s major and most holy volcano, Villa Agung is 2500 square feet of Indonesian luxury. Featuring deluxe his and her bathrooms, a two-person  tub, living room, hand-hewn teak floors and king-sized bed, this villa was designed to house those who require the very best. It’s 25-ft. high ceilings, woven bamboo walls and huge sliding windows make it the epitome of living close to the environment. The ocean thrums 75 feet from the east deck and the sunrise, for early birds, are nothing short of symphonic.


“Selak” is a delicious fruit grown in east Bali that tastes like a cross between a pineapple and an apple. It’s for the selak’s rarity and sweetness this villa was named. Totally private across the river by  a cantilevered bridge, Villa Selak has its own 35 ft. long ocean-side swimming pool for use of Selak guests only.  It is a Balinese-style house for honeymooners or lovers of any age. It has a large bathroom with a two-person marble tub open to the sky, a King size bed downstairs and a single bed upstairs, wrap-around decks overlooking both the  river and  a lotus pond complete with yoga deck. On the second story is another small bedroom with an eagle’s next feel.  Villa Selak is a world unto itself for those who seek it.


“Tuman” means “friend” in Indonesian and this villa is friendly, indeed. It was the first house on the property which we lovingly restored before starting the Minangkabau project. Nestled alongside the fresh-water river that flows year-round, Villa Tuman is the gateway to the ‘campuhan,’ the place where ‘the river meets the sea.’  The house was built in the Balinese style with high ceilings and sacred Balinese proportions. The walls are of local stone, the floor is marble, the doors are hand-carved, and a roof is composed of layered “ylang-ylang” grass grown locally. It has a king-sized bed and a bathroom with bathtub and outdoor shower.  It’s spacious decks wrap the villa on three sides so sun and shade are available options all day.  Close to the front gate and the living room/dining room house, this is a lovely, truly Balinese alternative to the Minangkabau villas that sit beside it.


Named after Jasi (or Jasri), our nearby village, this villa provides a luxurious home for a couple or small family with a king-sized bed, ironwood floors, and crafted bathroom. It has high ceilings sporting pond and ocean views from all its windows. Like the other villas, it has woven bamboo walls, a lava stone shower and abounds with Indonesian antiques and art


Next to Villa Agung sits Villa Lumbung. “Lumbung” is the Indonesian word for “rice barn,” and, indeed, this villa’s design was inspired by several Minangkabau storage structures found in Western Sumatra around Lake Toba. The complex roofline, landscaped setting, high ceilings, and thick ironwood floors, house a lovely space complete with king-sized bed and bathroom with pond and ocean views. It’s perfect for a couple or single desiring something intimate and special.


  • Complimentary return airport transport on arrival and on departure minimum stay 5 nights.
  • Welcome drink upon arrival at the villa.
  • Daily cleaning service.
  • Daily housekeeping.
  • Complimentary bottle of water.
  • Security guards providing 24-hour service.
  • In-house Chef capable of preparing a wide variety of Western and Asian dishes. Requests accommodated (including special diets) at an extra cost plus handling fee.
  • Car rental (with or without driver) can be arranged after your arrival (at cost).
  • Laundry / ironing service (at cost).
  • Yoga classes, in-villa massages, car and driver, and tours are available on request at an extra charge.
  • Area: Private villa 2,500 sq.
  • Pool: Private infinity outdoor swimming pool.
  • Accommodations: 3 - 5 air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and outdoor bath; Living and Dining area; Garden; Fully equipped kitchen. 
  • Entertainment: Television; DVD player.
  • Communication: WiFi broadband internet access; Local telephone calls.
  • Additional facility: Safety deposit box. 


Shops; Restaurants; Beach.