The 5 Most Extraordinary Photoshoot Villas in Bali

Bali, a true haven for photographers and those seeking extraordinary photoshoots amidst the enchanting natural landscapes. Whether you’re escaping the heat or navigating the rainy season, Bali offers an array of indoor options, particularly in the form of picturesque and sophisticated villas scattered across the island. Here’s a curated list of some of our favorites that promise not only a comfortable stay but also serve as stunning backdrops for your memorable photoshoots!

Abu x Abu

Nestled in Padang Linjong, Canggu, Abu x Abu is a vibrant and chic 2-bedroom villa boasting a unique fusion of Mexican, Moroccan, and African clay house influences. The oasis-like ambiance, lush tropical surroundings, hand-picked furnishings, and mesmerizing artwork create a stylish and distinctive backdrop for any photoshoot. This villa is available for holiday rentals as well as exclusive photoshoot sessions, allowing you to immerse yourself in its beauty for a short or extended period.

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Casa Blooms

Located in Canggu, Casa Blooms is a 2-bedroom villa that seamlessly blends Moroccan and Mediterranean styles in its design. Rich in detail and texture, the interiors feature intricate geometric patterns, archways, and vibrant textiles reflecting the Moroccan aesthetic. The clean lines, open spaces, and neutral color palette add a touch of Mediterranean elegance. The stunning space with its neutral backdrop, complemented by vibrant pops of color from plants and decorative elements, creates the perfect setting for your shoot. The Overcrank Media team have shot here a few times and we must like it because we keep coming back. If you’re looking to shoot anything with sound here it’s not too bad. The nearby road is busy but the villa is far enough to not create too many issues. You might need to pause every now and then for some of the larger custom bikes with louder than normal exhausts but that’s about it. 

Casa Viamo

A favorite among photography enthusiasts, Casa Viamo is a 4-bedroom villa in Bali, featuring high ceilings and large windows that flood the space with natural light and offer unique backdrops. With a Mediterranean style, this villa creates an atmosphere that transports visitors away from Bali. High-quality building materials, modern design, and custom-made furniture by local craftsmen make Casa Viamo an ideal choice for both a holiday escape and a captivating photoshoot location.

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Mahi Mahi Beach Shack

Situated on the cliffs of Bingin Beach, Mahi Mahi Beach Shack is a 3-bedroom, two-level house with a panoramic view of the beach. The living room is equipped with a comfortable sofa, and the spacious balcony on the top floor gives anyone who stays a magnificent ocean view. The wooden paneling and modern bohemian touches from rattan interiors create a beachy vibe, making it the perfect spot for a group holiday with friends and family or a beach-inspired photoshoot.

Rumah Simba

In Pererenan, Canggu, Rumah Simba is a stunning 3-bedroom villa surrounded by rice fields. Designed by the owners who both are fashion designers, the villa showcases a spectacular blend of Mediterranean and Japanese styles. The predominantly white interior creates a dreamy ambiance when sunlight reflects on the walls, making it a beautiful place to spend your holiday as well as an ideal location for various photoshoots. The 6-meter high ceiling in the living room, adorned with rustic lamp shades, turns Rumah Simba into a tropical oasis designed to be Instagrammable.

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If you’re looking for a stylish location to shoot in Bali, this is just the tip of the iceberg. We have a whole lot more locations on the books! Our team can help with logistics, permits, release forms, crew, equipment, and all other production services. If you need more support, we also offer end-to-end full-service productions, from concept to delivery. Reach out to us and let’s start making something together.


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