The beautiful new villas are designed based on centuries-old tradition and architectural style.
Nihiwatu is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful and sustainable resorts, both qualities reflected in its nine new villas. Located on the remote island of Sumba, one of the word’s most spectacular landscapes, it offers the ultimate island lifestyle for couples or families and friends travelling together.
The two Ombak (meaning “wave front”) villas are within sight of the world’s only private left-hand break wave, a gorgeous place to relax. They can be rented separately or together for families and friends. Each has its own bedroom, a teak cabana featuring a day bed, a terrace and deck, bathtub, shower, and an outdoor dining and lounge area with a private plunge pool. The walk to the beach is through private gardens filled with fragrant and beautiful plants.
The four spectacular Marangga villas showcase Sumbanese architecture at its best with a stunning bed the focal point of the spacious villa. Each of the villas comprises private gardens, outdoor dining and lounge area, terrace and decking complete with private plunge pool, and a stunning cliffside bale elevated above the sea with cold dip shower and panoramic secluded views. They are perfect for honeymoon couples.
The Kanatar Sumba House, designed to resemble a two-storey Sumbanese house, is located on a hilltop with breathtaking view of the bay. These one-bedroom villas are very secluded. The ground floor features a living room, private infinity pool and bathroom, while on the upper level is a stunning bedroom opening onto a platform surrounded by trees and a bathroom with an elevated outdoor jungle shower – the epitome of a unique wildness experience.
The two Suku villas are perfect for families, an oasis of calm surrounded by nature. Each features a master bedroom connecting to a children’s room, a large living room, bathroom, outdoor terrace and decking, and a perched Bale that leads to a private plunge pool. Lulu Amahu II also boasts a private outdoor bathtub.
All the villas offer the ultimate barefoot luxury experience, introducing guests to the Sumbanese people through their interior features ands Each is decorated with artefacts from Sumbanese culture, such as wood and stone carvings, which are used in rites and symbolise the links between the villagers and the spirits, and Ikats – textiles woven as a means of passing messages from one generation to another.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nihiwatu.com/