Rumah Simba in Pererenan – a new private villa in Bali

Kennith Bogan

If you are hunting for sites to stay in Bali, you must examine out Rumah Simba



The entrance is a unique dome-shaped sliding door. After it is open up, you will be greeted by a big Buddha head statue, a waterfall, and stepping stones top you into the doorway. The inside of Rumah Simba is mostly white. When the daylight reflects on the walls, it results in the excellent, dreamy ambience.


On the floor ground sits an open up plan kitchen, dining and dwelling space, as nicely as a Japanese style master bed room. Shoji doors, which in Japanese means ‘sliding doorways consisting of wooden frames coated with sheets of translucent paper’, can be seen on coming into the villa. The owner required a Mediterranean design and style villa, but he also preferred to integrate a very little bit of Japanese style to it, “I personally have a liking to Japanese fashion, and considering the fact that this was intended to be our personal house, I believed it would be awesome to have one space devoted to it,” he claimed.

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