Chalina Estate’s gorgeous grounds and facilities make it a fabulous venue for weddings and special events for up to 120 people. The sloping lawns bordering the Pangi river, offering incredible sunset views over neighbouring rice fields and glimpses of the mystical Batukaru volcano in the distance, ensure that guests will never forget this once-in-a lifetime experience.
The large open-sided living and dining pavilion, combined with the neighbouring lounge equipped with a modern bar, Bose sound system and two large terraces, provides a fantastic space for functions. And the powder room beneath the lounge is conveniently located for easy access from the pool and garden area.
A real bonus for those hosting special events at Chalina Estate is the villa’s ability to sleep up to 24 guests, courtesy of the 10-berth bunk room adjacent to the study room and the extra queen bed in Amber (additional charges apply for over 14 guests).
Whether you are planning a traditional Balinese wedding ceremony or an intimate dinner party, celebrations are tailored specifically to your requirements. Chalina Estate also caters for wellness and health retreats providing the perfect venue for yoga and meditation classes. A full vegetarian menu is available on request.
Channelling the energy of its beautiful surroundings, Chalina Estate captures the true essence of Bali with its classic architecture, lush tropical gardens and rice-field views. The villa’s serene riverside setting makes it the ultimate choice for weddings and special retreats, while the sheer spaciousness of the estate and its flexible bedroom options are ideal for groups of families holidaying together.
Fully staffed and with eight large bedrooms for up to 26 guests. A deluxe 35-metre swimming pool and lavish living areas featuring a unique mix of modern art and exotic artefacts, this exquisite villa exudes space and charm.
Located in the rural district of Canggu, just minutes from some of Bali’s most revered surf beaches, Chalina Estate offers incredible sunsets with glimpses of the mystical Batukaru volcano in the distance.
Chalina Estate is a magnificent property overlooking the picturesque rice fields of Canggu and situated just minutes from the famed surf breaks at Echo Beach on Bali’s south-west coast. Resting upon 5,300 square metres of beautifully landscaped gardens and lawns bordering the Pangi river, with a divine 35-metre swimming pool as its centrepiece, the villa invites guests to enter a world of total peace and privacy.
This luxurious home delightfully pairs the old with the new – classic Balinese architecture with alang-alang thatched roofs, sandstone walls, polished stone and dark wood floors provide the perfect backdrop to showcase the owner’s striking modern artwork. Funky sculptures mingle with handpicked Indonesian artefacts to create an interesting dimension of shapes and textures that represent the blending of different cultures.
Featuring eight bedrooms which includes a study, which can be converted as a bedroom and a bunk room for up to ten extra guests, generous living and dining areas and a separate lounge bar with two adjoining terraces, there’s plenty of space to relax and unwind. The pool’s floating gazebo provides a soothing location for a massage or to practice meditation and embrace the villa’s uplifting energy.
With butler service and a private chef on hand to prepare delicious Asian and Western dishes you need not lift a finger; just lie back and indulge in the luxurious surroundings and magical sunsets.
Chalina Estate’s perfectly manicured lawns, exotic tropical flora and stunning outlook make the villa an idyllic setting for weddings, parties and special events. From a traditional wedding ceremony to a unique and memorable birthday celebration, all dreams can be capably realised.
Suitable for all interests and ages – from extended families to groups of friends – Chalina Estate is also the ultimate destination to rejuvenate mind, body and soul. Embark on a spiritual retreat in this peaceful haven surrounded by natural beauty and the stresses and strains of modern life will soon evaporate into the tropical air.