Looking at these amazing Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali, Indonesia, I feel like dreams can’t get any better. Designed by Singapore based WOHA and built on 14.4 hectacres, the Alila Villas are a prime example of amazing sustainable architecture. These modern contemporary Balinese villas use local volcanic rock (batu chandi), old timbre telegraph poles and wood railway sleepers to replicate the typical dry Balinese Savannah vegetation. The villas are perched on limestone cliffs with a stunning view over the Indian Ocean, large windows that extend into the natural open spaces.  Pop open your calendars and take a peek at the 2009 travel season when this green resort opens its doors to the public.. [via Contemporist]