With a quite suitable name that gives the meaning “graceful light”, this villa is located in a hidden wonder in the east coast of Bali, Amuk Bay. It is a beachfront property with 4 bedrooms, a living area, and a dining space that all gives amazing views of the ocean right in front of the villa. The four deluxe bedrooms in the villa are equal in size and the facilities, with subtle differences in the color themes. Giving the guests a lovely space that is filled with calm and peace has been the priority in designing this villa. In the garden, there is an infinity swimming pool that makes for a great viewing point of the infinite ocean at the walking distance. This villa is ideal for honeymooners and simply anybody who wants to escape from the noisy world. All four bedrooms of the villa have a glistening white theme to them, with refreshing pops of color gives from the exquisite artwork hanging from the wall, throw pillows and the bed runners. Every bedroom has their own color theme. Apart from the king sized bed and nightstands with lamps that give out a soothing light, the rooms are furnished with a couch that the guests can hang out in and a large wooden wardrobe with mirrors. All the bedrooms get a spectacular view of the ocean. The en-suite bathrooms are designed with a mix of traditional touches couple with modern bathroom fixtures. The shower area is indoors, but you get an almost outside feel due to the pebble scattered floor. All the bedrooms are air-conditioned as well. The swimming pool in the garden is 20m long where you can have a couple of nice laps to warm up before you dip in the ocean. The villa garden and the ocean is separated only by a fence and a line of plants that make for a nice perimeter of the villa. The guests can climb down a staircase right on to the beach. On the pool deck, there are plenty of lounge chairs for the guests. On one side of the pool, there is alfresco dining space for meals while enjoying the sea breeze. The large open atrium in the middle of the house is the common indoor living space of the villa. There is an elevated area where the dining table is, a sleek black table with white chairs that can seat up to 8 people. There are two sitting areas one in the very middle of the living room with a set of couches and a coffee table, the other at the corner with bean bag chairs and more relaxing seating for the guests to watch TV or catch a movie during their vacation. Candidasa is a lovely seaside town with plenty of quaint cafes and restaurants to explore. When you feel like seeing more of the local life and tasting authentic Balinese cuisine, you can drop by Warung Lu Putu Coffee Bar and Puri Pandan Candidasa which are not too far away from the villa. Pura Besakih is a popular temple complex with grand spires near Candidasa which is a must visit to see the grandeur of traditional Balinese architecture.