Alam Puri Art Museum & Resort

Address: Penatih Village, Jln. Trenggana 108, Denpasar, Bali, 80238, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Penatih Village, Jln. Trenggana 108, Denpasar, is near Tirtagangga Water Garden, Bodyworks Seminyak, Jari Menari, and Murano Spa.
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      A travel blog entry by sylviacourteau on Nov 01, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      We are as in a sauna here, but that's all right because we get to see this crocodile-sized monitor lizard with our own eyes! It strikes its prey with its sensitive tongue, leaving a seemingly ineffectual mark. This venom acts within hours to weaken and kill the deer (favorite food). That's when dinner is ready for the Komodo dragon. This is a UNESCO World Heritage ...

      Quick Break in Bali

      A travel blog entry by ianandsusan on Aug 13, 2014

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      ... cheap anymore compared to the $2.00 shops here and most of the stuff is available here anyway.

      Ian was feeling better the next day and we all went exploring in seminyak and legion. Didn't find any drinkable wine. Being non beer drinkers in Asia can put a real dampener on your holiday. Thank god for vodka. The price of a $7.00 bottle of Aust wine was about $35.00 and even the local **** was $15.00. The local stuff is barely drinkable ...

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      A travel blog entry by john.wroblewski on Aug 03, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

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      I've arrived

      A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Jul 03, 2014

      13 photos

      ... is a little fishing village, there aren't any supermarkets, just market stalls to buy your food from if you want. The restaurants aren't glamourised like a proper restaurant, they are small family run restaurants. There are some small bars, and in Padangbai is where a lot of the scuba schools are based as well. We ate in Martini's which served amazing food but you do have to wait a while for your food as everything is cooked fresh. ...

      Arrived in Bali - at Sanur

      A travel blog entry by julsnjust on Jun 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... day was great after some sleep and by our third and last night at The Ducks Nutz it had started to grow on us.

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