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Ian Neubauer January 2017“The graceful Indonesian sailing phinisis are hand-hewn labors of love infused with 500 years of romance, tradition and trickery. Ian Neubauer uncovers the intricate details about these boats and discovers that the palatial LataLiana Villa has furnishings made from recycled phinisis.” –Travel and Leisure Asia, Jan 2017.

 

 

Escape
“Inside four of the most luxurious super villas in Bali” – Sydney Morning Herald, Escape Magazine, Oct 2016.

 

 

Maxx-M“At Seminyak’s LataLiana, a complex of two luxury villas, the sewage water treatment system recycles 45 per cent of wastewater back into the villa gardens, cutting down on the need to use deep well water.” Green Luxury on Bali, Property Report, Issue 92, May 2012.

 

 

Garuda“This five bedroom private pool Villa located close to Seminyak Beach, unlike the compound of other Villa Kubu, this private pool villa has an easy access to all facilities such as shops, restaurants and night clubs along jalan Dhyana Pura.” Villa LataLiana, Garuda Orient Holidays Bali & Indonesia, 30th Birthday Anniversary Edition 2012 – 2013.

 

 

 

Maxx-M“With the comforts of a private home in one of the most stylish villa complexes in Bali and a range of services that allow guests to tailor their own holidays, LataLiana promises a vacation getaway like no other.” The Sweet Escape, Maxx-M, Vol.10 no.01, March 2012.

 

 

FRV“BACK in 1999, when — impossible to imagine now — Seminyak was still a rice-field domain, Australian Dee Mytton and architect Ross Franklin designed and created one lovely villa. Then another, and another. And over the course of 12 years, expanding to a total of 15 one, two and three-bedroom villas, resulting in Villa Kubu of today.” Smart Moves, The Yak, Volume 33 Dec/Jan/Feb 2011 – 2012.

 

 

FRV“LataLiana oozes sophistication and elegance, harmonised with artistic flair, a touch of local history, and more than a nod to the Balinese hindu culture.” LataLiana Villas, FRV Travel, Edition 8.4 December ’11 – January ’12.

 

 

 

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