Kayun Hostel

Address: Jl Patih Jelantik 176, Legian, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Jl Patih Jelantik 176, Legian, is near Waterbom, Legian Beach, Tirtagangga Water Garden, and Elephant Safari Park.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsKayun Hostel Legian

          Reviewed by funkymonk132

          Just What You Need

          Reviewed Mar 17, 2015
          by (19 reviews) Chesterfield , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Right in the centre of Kuta, walkable distance to anywhere! Nice pool to lounge around whilst the sun is too hot, or when you just need a break from the intensity of the city. Staff are friendly, but it's obvious they have to deal with plenty of drunken white folk haha. Competitively priced beers always in the chiller. Best of all - air conditioned dorm room for those of you who've just arrived and are still acclimatising to the weather :D

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kayun Hostel Legian

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Legian

          We want chilly willy

          A travel blog entry by sjweir7 on Feb 17, 2014

          5 photos

          ... for your help earlier ****er. We leave and walk down JL Legian which is just a long road with massage and bali souvenir shops. So once again you can't walk 2 steps without someone shoving something in your face, yelling out darling transport yes. Darling you like shopping. Darling come see my shop. We are on the prowl for cheap pedi and massage and decide on MOXI as they aren't poaching people from the road. We like that. Sit down and ...

          Legian, Bali, 15-20 October 2013

          A travel blog entry by bennettdoesasia on Oct 15, 2013

          ... girls downing a bowlful of all our drinks combined! One of the Dutch girls I had met on Gili T, Doreen, described Skygarden as "absolutely horrible, like a meat market". Whilst that might be a bit of an exaggeration, there is definitely an element of truth in that! At the end of the night Pieter and I enjoyed a phenomenal burger and chips in the Skygarden eatery, and the corpulent Indonesian chap who made it was so smiley, helpful and friendly that I decided to tip him. He ...

          Shopping, relaxing in Bali.

          A travel blog entry by cherylash on Oct 03, 2013

          2 comments, 8 photos

          ... move on all the time when we insisted on counting the money after they had stacked it every time. By sleight of hand notes would disappear every time they counted it. It is easy to become a millionaire in Bali $100 is equal to over 1,000,000+ Indonesia Rupiah. The money changers only ever had 20,000 notes and it was easy to slip a couple under the counter.
          Other than that the food was delicious, shopping great, weather hot, drinks cheap, swimming ...

          Relaxing and Balinese ballet

          A travel blog entry by danandhan2013 on Sep 12, 2013

          15 photos

          ... sun so much I don't think we actually got into the pool today. Of course we couldn't let the last happy hour of our Honeymoon pass us by so indulged in several cocktails (beer for Dan!) as the sun started to go down. Tonight we had signed ourselves up for the hotel's traditional Balinese night which for the cost of RP150,000 (£21) each bought us an all you can eat buffet of Balinese treats and a table for two on the hotels lawn to watch ...

          Surf's Up!

          A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Aug 02, 2013

          5 photos

          ... getting planted in our bags and we'd be safe. So we carefully packed then padlocked them all up and we kept a very cautious eye on everyone that came even remotely near them. Luckily, everything was fine so there were no life sentences or firing squads for us, thankfully!

          After our initial concerns, we had really enjoyed our month exploring different parts of this country and the variety of activities each place has to offer. It was very sad saying ...