J Boutique Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
Photos of J Boutique Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews J Boutique Hotel Kuta
Travel Blogs from Kuta
The morning leaving Sepilok was a little strange and felt a bit surreal. The reason for this was because after 4.5 weeks I was officially leaving Malaysia and moving forward with my travels. I made the choice of Bali partly due to the close proximity to Sabah where I was and also my first choice of Hong Kong was not a good option at the time …
The good news is that it's my birthday today. I don't think of it a another year older, but another reason to spoil myself and be spoiled. I wanted breakfast at the Four Seasons as we have stayed here in the past and the breakfast was delicious. It was Dan Crease who recommended
it as the best place for breakfast he has travelled to before we even moved to Singapore. I'm wondering whether it got knocked off that spot when you were in ...
... surrounding buildings seemed to be where locals lived; we later learned this was a family compound. Quite a small and quiet place; a great change from the usual busy hostels we had in Australia. Breakfast was served out in reception to us with nobody around. Just out front was many stores and even a lady selling fruit. Taking a look at the surrounding buildings, there was such great detail and statues surrounding the entrance ways to all the shops and restaurants. Walking to our ...
... time teaching in a formal class setting alone, I feel like it went well. Teaching the kids why throwing garbage on the ground is bad for the environment. To review what we have learned this week, we played a group game throwing a dice onto the ground covered with papers with written garbage items on it, then having the class call out organic or inorganic. Following that they did a colouring work sheet I made, colouring the organic trash items one colour while colouring ...
... way up the mountain, the hot chocolate was warranted as it cooled off pretty quickly at the summit. The next task was the trek back down the mountain. It was a relatively steep incline up and we fully expected to have to slide down on our butts the majority of the way down. It turned out to be better than expected however with only a few close calls when someone slipped on the loose gravel. We made a few detour pit stops on the descent to ...