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10 Amazingly Cheap Villas In Bali For Under $100

Bali is one of the best places on Earth. It has something for everyone from beaches to mountains to wildlife. When you’re planning a vacation to Bali then you need to book a villa. This is the best way to get a taste of luxury while being able to experience the Balinese culture. And the good news is that you can find cheap villas in Bali!

Cheap Villa Bali

I’ve compiled a list of ten of the best cheap villas in Bali that are all under $100 and have a private pool! The villas are spread all over the island from the jungles of Ubud to the big city of Kuta. Make sure to book one a few months before your tip so that they don’t all get booked up!

1. Beautiful, Peaceful Villa/Excellent Location/Wonderful Balinese Staff

Cheap Villas in Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $77

Number of Guests: 4

Number of Rooms: 2

Location: Ubud, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.9/5 Stars (60+ Ratings) Best Villa

About this Property: Laba Puseh was designed to be enjoyed by all who stay, with the help of local Balinese artists. The natural beauty of the outdoors blends perfectly with the intricate details of Traditional Balinese architecture seen throughout Laba Puseh, making it a truly unique villa experience.

This stunning property is found in a quiet hamlet just 25 miles from Paris, yet the breathtaking architecture and creative craftsmanship are what really set this house apart. The hand-carved wooden and stone window surrounds, gorgeous hand-matted bamboo ceilings, and a coy pond you must cross to get to your front door are all aspects that distinguish it. More than 1,000 hours of laborious stone carving were skillfully placed throughout the property. For your continued enjoyment, the villa, garden, and pool are beautifully illuminated at night.

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable

2. Villa near Ubud, panoramic view of rice fields and the volcano

Cheapest villas in Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $90

Number of Guests: 5

Number of Rooms: 2

Location: Ubud, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.7/5 Stars (50+ Ratings)

About this Property: Sawah Villa Agung (Mt. Agung – rice), is a Balinese-style villa that takes approximately 10 minutes to get to Ubud Village (4km). European comfort meets traditional Bali in this two-level villa that can accommodate up 5 people and 1 baby comfortably. The ground floor has a kitchen and bathroom that open up onto the terrace.

A room with a 160cm bed, a bathroom (hot water), and a toilet is available. On the upper-level terrace, there is a bedroom as well as a living area. The air-conditioned room with a bed of 160 cm and another slide of 90 cm. A bathroom (hot Water). From the living area, you can enjoy views of rice fields, a temple, and Mt Agung.

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome

3. Feel the magic of Bali in a luxury beachfront villa

Oceanfront Villa Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $95

Number of Guests: 6

Number of Rooms: 3

Location: Penginoeman, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.5/5 Stars (30+ Ratings)

About this Property: Welcome to our Beach House West-Bali page, Boat House West-Bali. With your own personal staff and swimming pool, the house provides a restful Balinese experience at sea. Three bedrooms are available in the villa, each with its own bathroom for up to six people.

The villa is also equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi. Our workers will cook your meals from our own menu, which you may select. The company will also clean the residence. A panoramic view is available from the property. You can see both the ocean and the Javanese volcano from this location. Transportation to and from the property may be arranged; please contact me for more information regarding activities, transportation, pricing, or our own cuisine options.

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Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable
  • Children welcome
  • Parking

4. Authentic Bali – Paradise next to Beach & Volcano

volcano view villa bali
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Average Nightly Price: $99

Number of Guests: 6

Number of Rooms: 3

Location: Karangasem, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.8/5 Stars (30+ Ratings)

About this Property: This lovely house is located in Jasri, a peaceful park of only 10 houses with stunning views of Mount Agung. It has its own pool, 3 spacious bedrooms with air conditioning and fans, 2 bathrooms, nice teak furniture, and a beautiful garden. The beach is just 100 meters away – perfect for watching the ceremonies taking place there!

This region is perfect for those who love the outdoors! You can go hiking, trekking, snorkeling, and even up to the mountains. The White Sand Beach is only 5 km away too! Plus, Amed is known as a diving hotspot. And if you’re looking for some religious highlights, the Besakih temple should not be missed. Not to mention that Mount Agung and Mount Batur are both within reachable distance. Other tourist attractions include the authentic village of Tenganan and the Ujung water palace. And of course, don’t forget to relax on your own veranda with a cool drink in hand while enjoying the peaceful garden view! This place is ideal for children too since they can play safely in their own pool or in one of our shady Bale Bengongs (garden-view or sea-view).

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable
  • Parking

5. Beachfront Villa Peaceful Retreat in North Bali, DAILY BREAKFAST INCLUDED!

cheap luxury villa in Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $89

Number of Guests: 6

Number of Rooms: 3

Location: Temoekoes, Bali

Total Ratings: 5/5 Stars (30+ Ratings)

About this Property: This 3-bedroom villa is perfect for those who want to enjoy the peaceful side of Bali while still being relatively close to civilization. The home has lovely sunset views of East Java and its volcanoes, as well as plenty of space both inside and out. You’ll also have access to maid service and security, making your stay much more enjoyable. If you need a change of pace, Bedugal and Lovina are only an hour or fifteen minutes away respectively, offering plenty in terms of bars, restaurants, shops, and more.

We also provide transfers from the airport to our property. A motor vehicle can be booked. Singaraja, a larger town, is a 25-minute drive and has bigger supermarkets. Bali’s only national park is a 50-minute drive away. Scuba diving, horseback riding, and bird viewing are among the activities available in the national park, as well as private mineral pools and massages at the hot springs, trips to Bali’s mountains and lakes, waterfalls, botanical gardens, as well as local markets or simply relaxing at home with a book while watching the sunsets!

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable
  • Parking

6. Stylish and cosy 2 story villa in lush tropical garden with private pool

Villas for under $100 a night in Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $83

Number of Guests: 5

Number of Rooms: 2

Location: Temoekoes, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.5/5 Stars (30+ Ratings)

About this Property: Villa The Gaya is located in the village of Kaliasem, which is right in central Lovina. It’s only a 10-minute walk to the beach where you’ll find shops, bars, and restaurants. If you’re looking for an authentic Balinese experience away from crowded tourist complexes, this is the perfect place for you. Our villa can comfortably accommodate up to 5 people – ideal for families or groups of friends traveling together!

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Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Parking

7. 1 Bedroom Private Villa in Seminyak

Pool Villa Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $100

Number of Guests: 3

Number of Rooms: 1

Location: Kuta, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.4/5 Stars (20+ Ratings)

About this Property: The perfect holiday destination, this villa offers the ultimate rest and relaxation experience with plenty of privacy and security. It is only 300 meters from Sunset Road, a kilometer from boutique shops, restaurants, grocery stores, spa, and 20 minutes from Seminyak Beach.

The villa has a contemporary design with all the amenities you would want in your holiday home. The kitchen dining area and living room are all open to the swimming pool in the courtyard’s center. The 210sqm property includes a swimming pool.

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable
  • Parking

8. Modern 4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom villa pool

Private pool Villa bali rental
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Average Nightly Price: $69

Number of Guests: 8

Number of Rooms: 4

Location: Dalung, Bali

Total Ratings: 5/5 Stars (20+ Ratings)

About this Property: If you’re looking for a place to stay that’s both comfortable and stylish, our villa is perfect for you. Our four en-suite bedrooms are cozy and equipped with all the amenities you need. Plus, we have a private pool and free WiFi throughout the property.

The villa is located in Kerobokan Kuta—close to Legian, Kuta, Petitenget beach, Seminyak, and all the best shopping and dining options in town. You’ll love being surrounded by friendly neighbors in this quiet neighborhood!

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Satellite or cable
  • Parking

9. Typical Balinese villa with magnificent landscaped swimming pool

Jungle Villa Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $89

Number of Guests: 10

Number of Rooms: 3

Location: Temoekoes, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.4/5 Stars (20+ Ratings)

About this Property: This pet-friendly villa is close to sailing, scuba diving, and more. Lovina Beach is an easy 6-minute walk away, so you can leave your car at the property or jump in your vehicle to make short work of the 10-minute drive to Krisna Funtastic Land. After you return to this 2260-sq ft villa, you can unwind by the private pool or sip a drink on the deck; you may also like outdoor furniture on the patio or garden.

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • TV
  • Parking

10. Welcome to Paradise. Quiet & Tranquil. Pool & Garden

Secluded Villa in Bali
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Average Nightly Price: $90

Number of Guests: 4

Number of Rooms: 2

Location: Ubud, Bali

Total Ratings: 4.9/5 Stars (20+ Ratings)

About this Property: Relax and unwind in complete seclusion. Villa Kunang-Kunang (Firefly) is a newly constructed, spacious, open concept house with 2 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms (both with outdoor showers) set around a lovely pool and walled garden.

The villa is conveniently located behind Bintang Supermarket, accessed via a garden walkway, but remains removed from the bustle of downtown Ubud while being only a 15-minute taxi ride or a 15-minute walk away.

Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • TV

How expensive are villas in Bali?

The average price of a villa in Bali is around $200 per night. If you are looking for a good deal on a villa it should be $100 and under. The high-end villas rent for around $2,000 per night. If you get a villa without a pool then they could be around $75 per night but a private pool is a pretty awesome perk.

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If you are looking for more long-term rentals then you’ll want to read this post about how much we spent on rent while we lived in Bali for 6 months.

Is visiting Bali expensive?

The cost of traveling to Bali depends on your individual travel style and budget. While some travelers may find the island expensive, others may find it very affordable. Overall, the cost of travel to Bali is relatively reasonable when compared to other popular tourist destinations around the world.

What are some things to do in Bali on a budget?

There are plenty of things to do in Bali on a budget! Here are just a few ideas:

  • Visit one of Bali’s many beautiful beaches – Many of Bali’s beaches are absolutely stunning and completely free to enjoy! Spend a day lounging on the sand, swimming in the waves, and soaking up the incredible views.
  • Explore Bali’s rice terraces – One of the most iconic images of Bali is that of its lush, green rice terraces. Take a hike through the rice fields and enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • Visit a temple – Balinese temples are absolutely beautiful and most are free to enter. Be sure to dress modestly and respect local customs when visiting a temple.
  • Shop at a local market – Bali’s markets are great places to find souvenirs, gifts, and other items at very reasonable prices. haggle with the vendors for even better deals!
  • Soak up the sun at a beach club – Many of Bali’s beach clubs offer day passes for around $20-30 USD, which includes access to a lounge chair, swimming pool, and other amenities. This is a great way to enjoy a day at the beach without spending a lot of money.
  • Take a cooking class – Learning to cook traditional Balinese food is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture. Many cooking classes include a visit to a local market, where you can learn about the different ingredients used in Balinese cuisine.

What are some things to avoid in Bali?

While Bali is generally safe for travelers, there are a few things that visitors should avoid doing:

  • Don’t drink tap water – The tap water in Bali is not safe to drink. Be sure to drink bottled water or boiled water to avoid getting sick.
  • Don’t ride motorbikes without a license – Motorbikes are the most popular form of transportation in Bali, but you need a valid driver’s license to ride one. If you want to know more about motorbike rules in Bali then check out this post.
  • Don’t haggle too much at markets – It’s normal to haggle with vendors at markets in Bali, but be reasonable with your offers. Don’t lowball the vendor too much or they may not sell you the item.
  • Don’t wear revealing clothing at temples – When visiting a temple, it’s important to dress modestly. Be sure to cover your shoulders and knees, and avoid wearing tank tops or other revealing clothing.
  • Don’t litter – Bali is a beautiful island, so please do your part to keep it clean by not littering.

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Anonymous

Tuesday 27th of September 2022

Now I want to go to Bali! Thank you for the tips!