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Bali Villas: Description of Karma Kandara

Set atop the sweeping cliffs of Uluwatu, Karma Kandara overlooks what is arguably Bali's most beautiful beach. Kandara is blessed with golden sand and azure waters that stretch to the distant horizon.

The 40 residences of Karma Kandara sit atop Bali's southern "bukit." The beauty of the location is enhanced by the distant and towering sacred Mount Agung. Easy access to a private beach at the foot of the cliff, enables every guest to experience this awesome beauty the Indian Ocean.

Adjacent to Karma Kandara is a traditional Balinese temple that enjoys a spiritual connection to a highly auspicious ancient cave temple located at the cliff's base.

Karma Kandara is located on Bukit (hill) Ungasan - at the southern most extremity of the island. Bukit Ungasan offers a dramatic coastline, lime stones caves, and temples perched on the edge of dizzying cliff tucked in the corner of a spectacular crystal and blue ocean. Walk along the cliff and see the remains of ancient sea temples. Nearby and inland are karst quarries where blocks of stone are mined for building.