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Private Villa Family Holidays Bali

Villa Finder Bali

Can you picture your family staying in this beautiful private villa in Bali? This stunning villa, Nyoman in Seminyak is one of many available to rent in Bali and it's easy to book thanks to Villa Finder.

For those who prefer privacy, Family villas in Seminyak are the perfect option to relax and unwind in Bali.

If you have been to Bali you wilI have experienced the chaos from arriving at the airport, getting to your hotel and then settling into your room. For first-timers this is rather daunting, however, there's a much smarter way to plan a family Bali holiday. By booking through Villa Finder you are assigned a travel agent who will assist you to find a private villa. In fact the company have helped 20,000 Australian families find a private Bali villa, and many of these customers are long standing. The reason is because Villa Finder offer more than just booking a villa online, they also provide you with a dedicated Travel Consultant who will match the perfect villa to your needs.

Private Villas Bali

Booking is simple, hop online, choose the villa that suits your need, book online or make an enquiry. Once you find your villa, you are assigned a travel expert and a concierge team to organise a driver, assist with check-in, help with day tours, spas, dining, babysitting 7 days a week - payment is made to service providers but Villa Finder does not charge for the concierge service.

Villa Finder have 600 handpicked villas in sought after Bali locations with Seminyak being the most popular offering world class restaurants around Oberoi street, hype cafes, creators' boutiques and Long Beach.

Private Bali Villas for Rent

Near Seminyak, you can also look at Legian, Canggu, Kerobokanor or Umalas. If you are an ocean-lover looking for surf spots then a villa in the Bukit Peninsula, is the place for you. Ubud is the place for a more peaceful retreat.

Other popular Bali villas for Australians include a villa in East Bali or North Bali.

For every booking, Villa Finder plant a tree in Sumatra, Indonesia it's part of the company's Corporate Social Responsibility. They have more CSR plans for the future.

Rainforest restoration


  • Privacy is the the key benefit, there are no other guests to share with except for your family and/or friends.

  • It's an unique experience as most of the villas are privately owned so offer its own authentic Balinese style.

  • Way more space than a conventional hotel room.

  • Personalised concierge service: special meal plans, BBQ party, pool toys, etc. everything can be arranged according to your needs.

  • Value: the price of a villa and a hotel is comparable, but at the end of the holiday, you will save more from food and beverage bills.


Waterbom - an award winning water park with an environmental focus.

DMZ Trick Art - DMZ Trick Art Museum is the world's most fantastic trick art museum originated from Korea.

Pura Tanah Lot Temple - is one of Bali’s directional temples, and is situated on a rock in the ocean, just offshore. From all the beautiful temples on Bali, Tanah Lot is quite special and for many one of the "must-things-to-do".

Seminyak Village - for the best shopping in the area

Visit the Heritage Areas - for spectacular scenery (ask your concierge to arrange)

Bali Rice Fields


  • Use only bottled water (for teeth cleaning as well and ice in drinks)

  • Be aware of the motor bikes that come on the footpath, and always wear a helmet even if you do ride a bike

  • If it's your first time to Bali utilize the concierge service - the locals know best

  • Be prepared to barter at the local markets

  • Avoid Bali Belly by choosing your food carefully

  • Keep hydrated

  • When visiting a temple both male and females need to wear a sarong

  • You don't have to tip, but it's very helpful if you do

  • Thank you is 'Terima Kasih'

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