Located just 15 kilometers away from Villa Sawah Lebak and within the heart of bustling Canggu, The Canggu Club is a full-service country club featuring field sports activities such as football, rugby, and cricket, as well as individual sports like tennis, squash, and swimming. Built over a sprawling four hectare estate, the Club also boasts a sports bar, body temple spa, Splash Water Park, bowling center, trampoline center, a range of kid-friendly activities and services, as well as several restaurants.
Day Passes and Memberships (Weekly, Monthly & longer) are available at the reception, for more information just visit www.cangguclub.com or call +62 (361) 848 3939.
Bali’s iconic Tahah Lot Temple is located just 9.4 kilometers from Villa Sawah Lebak. Believed to have been built in the 16th century at the urging of Dang Hyang Nirartha, founder of the Shaivite branch of Hinduism in Bali. Translated from the local language, Tanah Lot means ‘land in the sea’ – a reference to the small island upon which the temple is built. One of the most important sea temples built to honor the Balinese god Varuna, the striking geography of Tanah Lot has made it one of the most recognizable destinations in all of Asia. Sunset is an especially magical time to to visit the temple, as the afternoon sun fades over the western horizon of the Indian Ocean, the natural light show of Bali is often spectacular.
Returning home to the villa, you’ll traverse the beautiful rice fields and pass farmers tending their crops as they have done here for millennia – a wonderful way to connect with the rich Balinese culture and religion.
The island of Bali is home to more than 4,800 restaurants and cafes – a staggering wealth of culinary delights to satisfy even the most well-traveled foodie. From internationally-acclaimed five-star restaurants serving the latest creations from world-renowned chef’s to the countless local kitchens serving the best cuisine of the Indonesian archipelago, the residents and guests of Villa Sawah Lebak can enjoy world-class dining options usually available only in the largest metropolitan areas from the comfort of their island hideaway in Bali.
Just a short drive away from Villa Sawah Lebak, there are more than 200 restaurants to choose from, serving an amazing variety of cuisine from around the world.
After dark, Bali’s night life begins to pick up – offering everything from casual café’s where you can walk in after a day on the beach to hip night clubs such as Ku De Ta and Potato Head which feature international music talent and the finest in imported wine and spirits.
Ever since the first screening of the iconic surf movie ‘Morning of the Earth’ in the 1970’s, surfers have been drawn from all over the world to experience the magic of Bali’s reef and beach surf breaks. With the lower coastlines of the island exposed to the open swells of the Indian Ocean, the island of Bali is literally a wave magnet, drawing lines of perfect waves year-round.
Just a short drive from Villa Sawah Lebak, some of West Bali’s most famous beaches are located. From the world-reknowned right-handers at Echo Beach in Canggu to the less-crowded peaks of Pererenan and beyond, surfers visiting Villa Sawah Lebak are never short of options for finding a wave to ride.