Gay and Lesbian Travel in Bali

Southwest Coast Oasis: Crashing waves & a sea of rice – Tamu Seseh

Tamu Seseh is a beautiful place to stay for discerning travelers to Bali’s southern region.
This oasis is a complex of 4 stylish villas in the middle of a acres of rice paddies, steps from a fleet of wooden fishing boats, just along the coast from the stunning surfing area of world fame, Echo Beach.

Tamu Seseh is close enough to the airport, shopping, restaurants and clubs for convenience, yet far enough in the bush to be a tranquil haven for those who prefer the authentic Bali village experience and eating fruit and veggies right out of the ground, pig and chicken right from the farm, fish right from the sea…

The Balinese chef, Agung, makes every meal memorable. She shops the local fruit and vegetable market and buys the fish right off the boat for you dinner, which is served in the open air dining room of your villa. Backpacker or American-style breakfast in bed? Lunch by the pool or in the elevated, observatory bale? No worries.

The staff will serve you in style, light some candles and bug zappers, and leave you with a bucket of iced beer, wine or sparkling water. Forget TV, but not your camera. Every sunset is spectacular at this five-star oasis, whether viewed from the second-story pavillion or from the comfort of your pool lounge area.

Tamu Seseh currently has six bedrooms, but is about to expand and double its capacity. There is a one-bedroom villas with a bale overlooking mango trees, and two and three-bedroom villas with views to the rice fields and sunsets. Each has traditional outdoor bathrooms – with showers,and soaking tubs set in a garden of eden.

Designed by an architect, the villas exude comfort, charm and function.and have Wifi hotspots, and music and film DVDs galore. You will be impressed by traditional Balinese décor, wood and textile handicrafts and the stone art everywhere throughtout the gardens, villas and the to-die-for Infinity pool.

Tamu Seseh, with million-dollar views (but not pricetag) is a great place for groups of friends to socialize, for couples to rekindle romance, or for entertaining the kids over school holidays (games, movies and books provided. BYO sunglasses and bathing suits).

Website: www.tamuseseh.com

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