Diwangkara Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Bali
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiwangkara Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Bali Sanur
Our room (with daily room service and bottled water free of charge) was immaculate. It had a TV and en-suite, and was 5 metres from the pool, and 10 metres from the beach! We thoroughly enjoyed the large breakfast spread! Including bread, croissants and danishes (with a toaster) and butter and spread, beans and noodles! Also a gym! Will thoroughly reccomend this hotel.
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We have a more relaxing start to the day as our flight is at 10 am!
We arrive back at Sanur early afternoon and are welcomed warmly by each member of staff that we meet! We spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach.
A return visit to Bali and to the same hotel em stayed at for the first night last time e were here in 2009, And.....we are not disappointed!
... or at least a much more obvious thing in S.E. Asia then in the UK. A certain level of familiarity means that in Malaysia we hardly notice the calls to prayer at 5am and the Chinese shrines. In Bali most people are Hindu and there are shrines and temples everywhere. Outside every house and shop you also come across little bamboo leaf trays filled with flowers, a sweet or a cigarette and an incense stick burning in it. These offerings are made 3 times a day and the pavements are littered ...
... headed for Monkey forest one afternoon. The forest is really beautiful and cool ...
... expectation of being negotiated down!! But on mainland Bali, I am paying in the region of 60,000 Rupiah (£3) for a really decent main course in a tourist-orientated restaurant. So the equivalent of 20 "touristy" main courses as the monthly minimum wage. By comparison, UK minimum wage is approximately £1,000 per month and the cost of a good main course in a London Angus Steakhouse (continuing the tourist-targetting restaurant theme) is probably about £18, so approximately 56 of these meals ...