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Ungasan Clifftop Resort is one of the coolest places to stay
Ungasan Clifftop Resort in Bali is an example of, how beautiful and luxurious, you can stay in Bali, without cashing in the pension to do so.
Here at the Ungasan Clifftop Resort, you find an exquisite blend of hotel rooms, suites, apartments, and villas. They cater to all your wishes. See the video for further inspiration. The map below shows you where Ungasan is situated.
Ungasan is situated at a beautiful peninsula
Bali is, when it comes to where to stay, more than very good hotels. There are all possibilities. There are also stunning and completely private apartments, or as Ungasan villas with a plethora of amenities for the ultimate self-indulgence. Because you deserve it!
The Ungasan Clifftop Resort is such a place that offers undisturbed comfort and nature, and a service that you would have to search a long time to match. It is located by the Bukit Peninsula, which we show on a map below. You can organize the trip here with Singapore Airlines and direct booking of the villas here at Traveltalk with both flights and stays.
You get all this and more at the Ungasan Clifftop Resort
Swimming pool, beach club, spa, gym, playground, tennis court, watersports equipment at Sundays Beach Club, laundry service, free WiFi. In rooms: TV and DVD player, iPod dock, minibar, free bottled water, tea- and coffee-making facilities. Villas with three or more bedrooms also have a kitchenette with an oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a coffee machine.
Watch the video here and judge for yourself.
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