How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Angsoka Kalibukbuk
Close to the beach, good restaurant right beside... Clean, kind staff.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Angsoka Kalibukbuk
Travel Blogs from Kalibukbuk
... beaten track and hard to find, but backpacking at its best. We pulled into a hotel on the cliff and sat with a beer watching the sun go down. A local boy who studied English asked if he could sit with us to practice. This is probably one of our highlights of our holiday. His English was great and it was so interesting to hear about how his life differed to ours. He asked why tourists want to tan, as Balinese people believe the paler the better, telling us he covers up when he ...
... in our porch every morning. Ketut's beautiful daughter was a welcome play mate for Millie and the two girls could often be found sitting on our porch sharing biscuits and giggling. Ketuts wife, at 8 1/2 months pregnant, still found time to take Ru off to spend time in their kitchen- his favourite room. The location, on Jalon Bisma, was perfect. Just away from the hustle and bustle but walking distance- and the route took us past the 'fruit lady' who rushed out to ...
... I then got dressed up in my Balinese finest (sarong, t-shirt and sash) and headed over to a ceremony going on at a house just down the road. A Hindu ceremony celebrating a babies first taste of solid food is a big celebration and ritual. This ceremony is called “Telu Bulanaan” and occurs once the baby is three months of age. Until this day, babies are not permitted to touch the ground! For this ceremony, parents adorn the baby with some kind of jewelry such ...