Bungadesa Villas

Address: Jl. Kayu Putih, Oberoi - Batubelig, Bali, 80861, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jl. Kayu Putih, Oberoi - Batubelig, Bali, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Bali

    Fantastic day in the monkey forest

    A travel blog entry by andersmathilde on Feb 15, 2015

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    We met up with our friends from Munich, Kevin and Sylvia, who happened to be at Bali at the same time. We hired a local tourist guide name Ayan for the day, and he took us to some amazing places on Bali. We started off at a famous Kopi Luwak coffee producer, where we got to to taste one of the world's most expensive coffee beans. The bean has passed once though the stomach of a local cat/fox animal named Luwak, and after it comes out from the animal the bean is picked, ...

    Road trip

    A travel blog entry by towardstheeast on Jan 25, 2015

    1 photo

    ... two hour drive, it took us almost six to reach the familiar gate that marked the entrance of our village. The speed at which our driver overtook the hundreds of potholes on the streets caused our heads to be repeatedly smashed into the roof of the car, giving us blinding headaches by the time we arrived. Even so, we had a day full of adventures and came home with our cameras filled with photos and hearts filled with ...

    South of Thailand & Bali

    A travel blog entry by jaya.aylward on Dec 09, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... down my stuff and ran to it, only to discover that was electrified and electrocuted me!! I was so upset but then later found out that as long as you weren’t touching the ground, it was fine. This meant that I could jump onto it and do a load of arial stuff. I did a few tricks which was fun and ended up in a pole-off with some random guy. After getting electrocuted a few too many times though, I gave up and went to have a dance and watch people doing limbo. At the end ...

    Downhill cycle ride

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Nov 01, 2014

    14 photos

    ... buys anything substantial. It's just a pain. Saw the "Luwak" cat who ***** the coffee gold. Saw the coffee beans. Had a taste. Not impressed. Emperor's new clothes....

    By now it is 11:30 and blazing hot. Now we cycle, in the hottest time. Go figure. Nonetheless, downhill was OK. Bikes were actually rideable but competing with every moped and motorcycle in Bali was much more tricky. Lots of trucks who got quite intimate ...

    Our first tour of Eastern Bali

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 25, 2014

    56 photos

    ... the state to the Ratu Agung of Salaparang, their ally. He appointed two of his nephews as successive Regents (King) of Karangasem. After the defeat and extinction of Salaparang in 1893, the Dutch re-established the Karangasem principality under the ruler of the late Regent's family. However, full self-rule did not follow until 1938. (The Dutch apparently allowed the royal position in exchange for cooperation). The principality acceded to ...