The team at Lifestyle Asia is always on the lookout for the next wanderlust-inducing destination. Be it the far-flung icy tundras in the Northern Hemisphere to quaint hidden gems of Japan, we want you to have the time of your lives the moment you disembark from the plane (or boat, whichever you prefer).

But not everyone has the luxury of time to take a few weeks off just to get away from everything, so perhaps a regional holiday would be more ideal for those who want a fuss-free escape. Enter the Dedari Penthouse at Anantara Uluwatu, the latest addition to one of Bali’s most prestigious resorts.

Bali has always been one of the top destinations Singaporeans love going to. We know, because we were just there soaking in the sun of the Bali Sea. This has encouraged many resorts and villas there to constantly upgrade their facilities and offerings to attract families and couples. The latest entrant to the scene is the one-bedroom Dedari Penthouse, which was recently added to Anantara Uluwatu’s portfolio, and is ideal for guests seeking privacy with a view.

Dedari Penthouse
Pick your view: The sweeping seas or the 64-inch flat screen television.

Located on the fifth floor, the 179-square-metre Dedari Penthouse with its floor-to-ceiling windows is a haven that boasts an unrivalled view of the Uluwatu Coast. Think rolling turquoise waves at dawn, and grandiose hues of orange during dusk. The master bedroom is well-appointed with a 64-inch flat screen television and a walk-in closet for you to store your Rimowa bags and beachwear.

Step into the en-suite bathroom and you’ll immediately notice the seamless blend between Javanese elements and contemporary design. There is a rain shower and an oval bathtub for two. Outside in the living area, there is also a 49-inch television with Sonos speakers to make Netflix after dark a cosy affair.

Dedari Penthouse
You get your own cosy nook to lounge in; and it comes complete with a four-seater jacuzzi.

The highlight of the Dedari Penthouse is the outdoor jacuzzi that can comfortably seat four people. With sweeping, panoramic views of the Uluwatu coastline, it’s the perfect way to cap off a day filled with surfing and yoga, which are just some of the many activities available at Anantara Uluwatu.

bali-uluwatu.anantara.com

Josiah Neo
Writer
Josiah Neo is a tech writer who contributes occasionally to the fashion, travel, and culture beats. When he’s not busy keeping up with the keynotes, he’s probably stuffing his face with the best Melbournian donuts (at Shortstop, BTW) or watching his favourite esports team, the Los Angeles Valiant, pummel their opponents into oblivion.