Hotel Segara and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Segara and Restaurant Kintamani
Not the best facility and food only ok .Slept here for a quick early am treck up the volcano. The got the food muddled and I tried a jaffle a toasted sandwich ok for a snack
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... only person staying in the two dorm rooms here in this hotel complex... And that the area I'm staying is more of a day trip place, meaning that there is nothing to do apart from appreciate the view and use it as a base for trekking... Unfortunately prices for the trekkimg guide (which you have to have) are a little out of my price range, meaning that my last few days have been pretty dull!
It's been kinda nice having a chill for a few days, the hotel had been offering a ...
... to lounge at the pool. The pool is very warm but lovely view I'd the ocean. I learn about tinder and attempt to set up an account but wifi is ****. Milou adds some guys and tries to arrange to meet them later. There are some vile Australians hanging out there and soon it's time to head back for our massages. We arrive at the organic spa and Nicollete heads into a room for Thai massage and Milou and I share a room she gets sports massage, I get ...
... of lush emerald rice fields and coconut trees under a bright baby blue sky with cotton wool clouds. 5 minutes down the road was Sebatu Agro Tourism which was home to a Kopi Luwak plantation and a farm of spices, oils and fruit. At first glance it looks really rubbish and the sort of place we would tend to avoid going as a family but I was proven wrong. First, we walked through all sorts of various trees and bushes that ...
... off to our bikinis and go for a dip. It was so refreshing and lovely to be undisturbed by tourists.
Next up was Kintaman to see Mount Batur. Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano. The view from the top of the road overlooked the whole volcano surrounded by a variety of greens. Unfortunately this also meant that it was pretty touristy and we took a lot of mithering from the locals grabbing us to try and sell fruits and bracelets.
... take pictures of the lovely greenery.
Going up North, we finally reached The Kintamani Volcano Mountain. We had our lunch buffet overlooking the beautiful volcano mountain. Oh, what a sight~<3. Although it was raining and the wind was chilly, it was definitely breath-taking to encounter such view.
To spice up our trip, we met Prof Jamie and her happy family, ...