Villa Moana

Welcome to Villa Moana, a 3-bedroom villa nestled in the lush landscapes of Peliatan, Ubud. Villa Moana’s modern three-story architecture seamlessly blends with the natural beauty of the jungle and rice fields. The name “Moana” reminds you of the tropical paradise of Hawaii, feeling a sense of serenity and connection with nature, just like the calm ocean waves.

Step into the first floor of Villa Moana, where an open space living room awaits. This area features a ceiling fan, a comfortable sofa, and a dining table. The fully equipped kitchen includes a coffee maker, providing everything you need for a delightful culinary experience.

Two bedrooms on this floor offer versatile queen beds that can convert to twin-size beds, ensuring flexibility for your sleeping arrangements. Each bedroom is equipped with AC, a smart TV, and en-suite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor bathtubs, allowing you to unwind in style.

Villa Moana second floor houses a private bedroom with a queen-size bed, AC, TV, and an en-suite bathroom. This private retreat offers a serene space to relax after a day of exploring the beautiful surroundings.

On the top floor of Villa Moana, the space is dedicated to wellness and is equipped with a yoga shala, perfect for practicing yoga, meditation, or simply enjoying the breathtaking views of the jungle and rice fields.

Villa Moana’s outdoor area is designed for relaxation and entertainment, with a swimming pool for your enjoyment. Additionally, there is a guest toilet for added convenience.

Located in the heart of Ubud, the villa offers easy access to nearby attractions and activities. Book your stay at Villa Moana today and immerse yourself in the tranquility and beauty of Ubud!

Other things to note

Committed to sustainability, Ubud has a new waste separation program. We provide 3 bins (organic, inorganic, residual) for your participation.

  • Organic Waste: Food scraps, twigs, leaves, fruits, vegetables, and anything else that decomposes naturally. Please keep this bin free of plastics. Collection: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
  • Inorganic Waste: Recycle all your bottles, plastics, paper, and cardboard. Collection: Tuesdays and Saturdays.
  • Residual Waste: This includes disposable hygiene products, hazardous materials, construction debris, and non-recyclable plastics. Collection: Thursdays and Sundays.



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Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali


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