Gayatri Bungalows

Address: JL Monkey Forest, Beji Lane, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on JL Monkey Forest, Beji Lane, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGayatri Bungalows Ubud

    Reviewed by cereed

    How's the Serenity

    Reviewed Jul 10, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    It is hard to believe that Gayatri 2 Bungalows is so close to the hustle and bustle of Ubud. It is a quiet and picturesque property with ornate garden and the pool area is shady, cool and relaxing. It overlooks rice paddies and at night all is silent except for nature sounds and the odd murmur from nearby compounds of families going about their daily lives. The short walk up to Monkey Forest Road means it is close to shops, food and the action of Ubud. Breakfast is at the nearby Gayatri Restaurant and offers lots of delicious choices included in the price of the room. The staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms are simple, clean but basic. We really enjoyed our two night stay here and thought it was good value for the price we paid.

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    Travel Blogs from Ubud

    I'm a fleabit banana monkey

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Jul 09, 2015

    33 photos

    ... in the rice fields, this looks like back breaking work on small pieces of land, we have yet to see any machinery used in any of the farms around here, a very tough life for the farmers here. Some people are washing their clothes in the rivers, pounding them against the rocks to get them clean, no washing machines in their house we surmise. Many people here make their living from the tourist industry, local people are employed as guides and drivers, ...

    Our final taste of Asia!

    A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on Mar 23, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... dinner before the festival was going to start! The food in Indonesia is quite lovely, in particular the curries! The local rice wine is also good, it's only around 70p a glass! After dinner we made our way to the centre of Ubud where the festivities had already begun, a parade of enormous models which look like demons were being carried through the streets, mostly by children. The models were incredibly detailed (and a little frightening!). The parade went for 5 hours and ...

    Home Again in Ubud, Bali

    A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Mar 21, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    After being on the road and moving regularly every few days for the past two and a half months, visiting new territory and revisiting some familiar places, we welcome the opportunity to once again settle in Ubud, Bali, for the next six weeks, where we will build a routine around our daily yoga study, my continuing study of the Indonesian language, music (of course),  and just enjoying the cultural richness of this very special part of the world. ...

    Monkey Forest

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Feb 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... a bridge who was trying to take a selfie with a medium sized monkey. The monkey eventually reached for her phone and they had a slight pulling match. Then the monkey started playing with her hair which was long. During this process a huge male monkey came bounding off a tree, used the woman's shoulder as his next landing spot to chase the hair playing monkey. She was a tad shocked but fine. Hope that picture was worth it. I did come across a guest with a ...

    Not at all what I imagined

    A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Feb 25, 2015

    15 photos

    ... my 9.30 start would have us out in the middle of the day.

    Wayan was waiting for me at 9.15 and it was just me! First stop was to a family compound in a local Hindu community - Bali is approx 90% Hindu. Wayan explained how the compounds worked from a family and religious perspective. It was very interesting. Then it was out onto the rice paddies.

    I have to say that I'm glad I had the Ubud image wrong. If the paddies had been Sapa vertical style ...

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