Amarta Beach Inn Bungalows

Address: Sengkidu, Candidasa, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Sengkidu, Candidasa, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Candidasa

    3 bottles and 2 ducks, feeding the masses

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Jun 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... decided to go into the little town and check it out, catching the 1.15pm shuttle back to our hotel to join us again for a swim.

    Edd and I had a successful morning, we managed to book all our accommodation and all our travel, which had never happened before. I sincerely hoped that the places we’d booked were nice - we usually arrived and checked it out before deciding to stay, past experience proving that ‘management photos’ and ...

    Our Tropical Oasis

    A travel blog entry by sharoninga on Mar 06, 2015

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... song, distant traffic, and motorbikes on the small road just outside our gate.

    The compound sits at the brink of a jungle ravine. (When Annie stayed here two years ago, a monkey came into her living room and had a fight with the resident cat. So far, no sightings of monkeys or monitor lizards indoors.)

    The only parts of our houses that are not open air are the bedrooms, which have locking ...

    Tour to the "Mother Temple" in Bali

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Nov 08, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... is Bali’s largest and most important place of worship. We parked in a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill leading to the entrance to the temple. Ketut had warned us not to over pay our “donation” to enter the temple. Instead of a fixed fee the men hosting tourists have a log book which includes the visitor’s nationality and donation amount. It is hard to say if they “cook” the donation log but in our case we “donated” ...

    The 'Real' Bali

    A travel blog entry by davenjules on Nov 02, 2014

    35 photos

    ... again.

    We headed up to Karangasem to Tirta Gangga, The 'Water Palace', but before heading in we went in and grabbed some lunch. The meal was wonderful, Jules had some Prawn skewers and I had a Nasi Goreng washed down with a Watermelon Yassi (fruit blended with yoghurt). The only thing that spoiled it was a drunk Aussie couple who were throwing anything and everything to the 'Coy' fish in the pond below. Chippies, bread and their leftovers from their lunch, they ...

    Respec' my Authorita!

    A travel blog entry by benabroad on Jul 27, 2014

    ... the calming flow of trickling streams nearby, the cafes there are idyllic for a morning. Coffee (note I'm about 20mins ahead of the tourist buses it seems) the relic itself is nice but if you've seen other temples it's nothing special, except its carved into the rock wall. The lp is right though, it is lovely here. Donation elicited by lady (she said Ganesha whilst flinging water at me). I made my way back to the bike with dewa, [my guide]. Looking back I was amused to see ...