Welcome to Maca Villas & Spa Umalas, a perfect place that provide great villas in Umalas to escape from your busy life by visiting Bali with its wonderful nature. Bali as everybody knows is the world famous Island in Indonesia as well as a perfect destination for tourist all over the world.
At Maca Villas & Spa Umalas, simply everything revolves around you and your personal needs. We’ll ensure that you will want for nothing throughout the entire duration of your stay with personalized butlers and true luxury services and facilities. Just make your way to the island of Bali and we’ll take care of everything else.
At Maca Villa & Spa Umalas, Bali we believe you will welcome some extra-value ‘in-the-resort’ and ‘off-the-resort’ features—at a great price! Please choose one of our specially packaged offers to suit your personal Bali holiday needs and budget, by booking the package you want right here on our website.
Enveloped by lush tropical landscaping and bathed in natural sunlight, eacg villa is all about tastefully embracing the island’s laidback way of life. It includes a spacious and well-appointed living and dining area with a restful master bedroom and luxurious en-suite bathroom. These are perfect vacation hideaways!
Dear people around the world,
Bali still safe for tourism,
Indonesia's National Disaster Management Agency has urged tourists to continue visiting Bali, saying the resort island is safe except for the area around Mount Agung, a volcano in eastern Indonesia that could erupt at any time.
Three hundred tremors were recorded in the vicinity of the volcano between midnight and 6am on Sunday and white smoke was detected 200 metres above the crater.
National Disaster Management Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho tweeted that as of Sunday morning the volcano had not erupted and there was no volcanic ash.
A radius of nine kilometres and 12 kilometres around the mountain was considered dangerous but the resort island was otherwise safe.
Mount Agung is 71 kilometres from the tourist hot spot of Kuta and 32 kilometers away from centre of Ubud
Flights in and out of Bali's international airport remain normal with 50,000 to 60,000 travellers in and out of the island every day says Ngurah Rai airport general manager Yanus Suprayogi.
The director general of air transport, Agus Santoso said even if the volcano erupted with lava it would not affect aviation unless there was also volcanic ash.
Nine alternative airports outside of Bali had been prepared for diverted flights if volcanic ash was detected.
Mr Santoso said 300 buses would be available to transport affected travellers to ferry ports and bus stations so they could leave Bali if flights were affected.
"Bali tourism is safe. Do not spread misleading news that Bali is not safe because Mount Agung is on the highest alert status. Please come and visit Bali,"
Quoted from Sydney morning herald