Laki Uma Villa the Male-Only Guesthouse in Bali
Laki Uma Villa is an all-male clothing-optional guesthouse located in Bali Indonesia. Bali is an international hot spot for tourists seeking the perfect vacation. It's an intriguing and attainable destination that has something for everyone. The island offers a fun and relaxing getaway from the pressures of daily life, and a chance to discover one of the world's most fascinating cultures.
Guest room at Laki Uma Villa
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There are literally thousands of temples across Bali. Small devotional shrines are scattered throughout the rice fields, in every private compound, and even on the grounds of hotels. Every day shopkeepers place offerings outside their shops, and it is common to see people carrying offerings to their local temple. Some of the larger and more impressive temples, which are well worth visiting, include Besakih (the Mother Temple, situated in Eastern Bali), Uluwatu (perched high above the sea on the southern coastline), and Tanah Lot (the impressive Shore Temple).
Bali boasts an incredible choice for shoppers and is a melting pot of culinary specialties. Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Indian, Indonesian, Balinese, Spanish, Mexican, and Western dishes are available at hotels and restaurants everywhere. Bali offers everything from scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, para-sailing, white water, and ocean rafting, lake kayaking and cruising to golf, lawn bowls, squash, tennis, mountain cycling, bungy jumping, 4WD expeditions, elephants safaris, and jungle trekking. There are literally hundreds of nightclubs and bars in Bali, especially in Kuta and Legian. Most hotels provide cultural dinner shows, which feature everything from the ancient Ramayana Ballet to the impressive Kecak dance.
Laki Uma is a big villa with a swimming pool, jacuzzi/steam room, exclusively for gay men, and 100% clothing optional. There are only four rooms for rent, two with an en-suite bathroom and one shared annexed bathroom for the two other rooms. The master bedroom is 753 square feet with its own private balcony, bathroom, and TV. The common areas are very spacious and are comprised of a very large lounge room, a dining balcony, a gazebo, and a large kitchen.
All rooms and common areas are air-conditioned and furnished with antique Balinese style furniture, fine linen, romantic colored curtains, and bed covers. The beds are large, king and queen size, and the single beds can sleep two! Located in a very quiet neighborhood called Kerobokan near Seminyak. It is about 2.5 miles from the vibrant, cosmopolitan Seminyak gay center and a little over 2 miles from the gay beach Petitenget.
Private outdoor dining
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Your absolute privacy and safety are guaranteed and they are located in a secluded and quiet area, and the Villa is surrounded by a high wall. Nudity is optional everywhere within the premises, and most of the guests prefer to be naked, especially around the pool and in the Jacuzzi/steam room.
There is sunshine in the garden around the pool from early morning until sunset. And often there is great fun at night in the swimming pool. All guests will be met at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, or anywhere in Kuta or Denpasar if arriving over-land. Activities within the Villa can be organized by the guests, at their discretion. There are no rules, except for no drugs, no commercial sex, and no minors. This being a private villa, not a hotel, you can stock up the fridge with any drinks and food you may want, you may cook for yourself or the housekeeper will assist you. It's like being at home. But of course, the villa staff have drinks, including beer and wine, and catering service from most restaurants in Kuta Is available.
Laki Uma Villa Amenities
- Daily Breakfast
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Free WiFi
- Air Conditioning
- In-room Safe
- Dry Cleaning
- Shared Lounge
Laki Uma Villa and Room Facilities
- Adults only
- Men only
- Clothing optional
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Shared bathrooms
- Private bathrooms
- Flat-screen TV
- Safe Deposit boxes
Bali's temperature rarely varies from a tropical 30 degrees by day, to a comfortable 22 degrees at night. Temperatures tend to be milder in Ubud and the central highlands, while the northern and eastern regions are generally warmer and drier. The summer months (November to February) are classified as the "wet season" but most days dawn fine, with showers holding off until later in the afternoon and evening. The perfect climate for a gay vacation in paradise.