Bali, the island touched by the hands of gods, enchanted by magical and exotic beauty…

In ancient times, Bali was the colony of Java kingdom, Majapahit, the greatest historical empire throughout the region. This intertwined the strong influence of Javanese culture into Bali’s. Most of the architectures, dances theatres, and literature were introduced by the Kawi scripts. In the late 15th century, political changes pushed Javanese aristocracies, monks and artists to find refuge in Bali which led to the embellishment of Hinduism on the island and the depiction of Padmasana shrines, as an honour of the Unity Supreme God (Acintya or Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa).

These sacred Balinese temples are build based on the unity of natural elements – water (Amarta) and soil (Terra). Structures are made by terra, a symbol of basic life, one of Majapahit remarkable technique manifestation on architecture. Whilst water is a symbol of life and healing in Balinese culture. This unity gives balance to one’s spirit, life and surroundings.

Balinese culture and tradition with its Tri Hita Karana philosophy are truly inspiring. The philosophy is a harmonic balance between the realms of God, the human world and nature. These enchanting beliefs have established Bali as the prestigious island is it today, a place where happiness and peacefulness are accompanied by sublime sceneries.

Drawing inspiration from the island’s captivating culture and traditions, the name Amarterra comes from the words “Amarta”, which means water, and “Terra”, meaning earth, reflects how these two elements combine to allow guests to rest and relax amongst Bali’s renowned natural surroundings. The traditional architecture and designs are strongly influenced by the 13th century Majapahit Kingdom. Guests experience this enchanted concept from the moment they arrive at the splendid Chandra Suriya Gate, a symbol of harmonious life,  before entering through to the inspirational villas, each featuring a private pool, which is thoughtfully designed to provide unparalleled comfort and luxury.

Set in the idyllic Nusa Dua, Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua – MGallery Hotel Collection provides easy access to Bali Collection shopping centre, and is a stone’s throw away from the sublime Nusa Dua white sand beach. With just 39 villas – from one, two and three bedroom villas – each is designed to become a tranquil haven for full relaxation. Elegantly crafted with richly-textured materials, the villas’ décor is accentuated by intricate furnishings. The villas are equipped with state-of-the-art entertainment systems, open lounges, a dining area, and a private swimming pool and gazebo, plus luxurious bathroom for guests to enjoy a delightful soak.

Amarterra is the perfect oasis for honeymooners, couples, families and those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


Water (Amarta)

Water hides a mysterious power of nature. It is pure in its form and is a symbol of life and healing in the Balinese culture, giving life to all living things on the island.

Earth (Terra)

Earth element is the foundation of basic life, representing the birth and growth of all things on the island of gods.
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