Villa Belong Dua
  • Villa Belong Dua - Pool at dusk
  • Villa Belong Dua - Pool and bale
  • Villa Belong Dua - Bale across the pool
  • Villa Belong Dua - Dining room table setting
  • Villa Belong Dua - Outdoor living area seating
  • Villa Belong Dua - Living area dining table
  • Villa Belong Dua - Master bedroom view to veranda
  • Villa Belong Dua - Master bedroom veranda
  • Villa Belong Dua - Master ensuite
  • Villa Belong Dua - Master bedroom
  • Villa Belong Dua - Media room
  • Villa Belong Dua - View from garden bale
  • Villa Belong Dua - Pool
  • Villa Belong Dua - Traditional life
  • Villa Belong Dua - Proximity to the sea

The locale

The fishing village of Seseh grew in importance in 18th century Bali when it became home to the major temple of the former Kingdom of Mengwi. At that time it was also a small trading port, inhabited by a number of families of Chinese decent.

The village still retains the customs and culture of old Bali. Here, you will see the rice being planted and harvested in the fields, fishing boats returning with the night’s catch, as well as frequent, colourful processions to the large beachside temple.

Today, Seseh is an ideal destination for those who want to get lost in the beauty of the countryside and engage with the local people to gain privileged insights into the Balinese Hindu lifestyle: the people of Seseh encourage and welcome congenial visitors.

There are no international restaurants here, but the villa is only 30 minutes’ drive (15km) from the many restaurants and shops of cosmopolitan Seminyak.  The renowned surfers’ haunt of Echo Beach is also within easy reach (8.5km by road or just a pleasant 1.5km walk along the beach), where guests can enjoy the laidback vibe, an ice-cold beer or seafood barbecue at The Beach House, and some incredible sunsets.


Seseh Beach
0.30 km
Pererenan Beach
1 km
Echo Beach
1.50 km
Tanah Lot sea temple
9 km
10 km
11 km
14 km
19 km
Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS)
23 km
30 km
Mt Batukaru
39 km


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