Legong Keraton Beach Hotel

Address: Pantaiu Berawa Street, Canggu, North Kuta, Canggu, Bali, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pantaiu Berawa Street, Canggu, North Kuta, Canggu, is near Tirtagangga Water Garden, Bodyworks Seminyak, La Lucciola Beach, and Jari Menari.
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      Faith

      A travel blog entry by jordanwright on Jul 11, 2014

      ... board #2 of my short surfing career. Just as I was getting to grips with my new stick. Dreamland was ok in the afternoon, but too big for me really. I couldn't face the 6am wake up Wednesday morning so my first surf was at Kudeta at lunch time. It was too big again, as was Old Mans that afternoon. Starting to wonder what all the Bali surf hype is all about. The hardcore swells certainly aren't for your average joe and even ...

      It's A Remarkable Masterpiece

      A travel blog entry by fantasticbali on May 08, 2014

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      ... We drove around the town and made a short stop at the town's central market where we saw various local products - food materials to delicate elements for offerings - as well as sample some delicious local delicacies. But we do not forget our target of the day so we drove up to Pura Kehen which is actually only a few kilo meters away to the north of the town.

      Whilst we did aware that we would not see as many visitors as we may see at more ...

      And That's A Wrap

      A travel blog entry by meganlang on Jan 05, 2014

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      ... captured my heart within as little as a week’s time and I hope to go back very soon. My hopes when I return are to volunteer at a few orphanages and also to continue to bring awareness to the landmine crisis that still kills Cambodians to this day. When Cambodia was liberated by the Vietnamese in 1979, many landmines were placed strategically in the countryside by the Khmer Rouge so that killings would continue long after the regime had fallen. This is an unnecessary ...

      Exploring the Temples

      A travel blog entry by kktong on Sep 17, 2013

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      ... for, Arlan asked if we wanted to head to the coffee plantation, where we can taste the most expensive coffee in the world - Kopi Luwak. We readily agreed to do so. This coffee plantation is rather small and was rather inconspicuous. I had half suspected this is one of the tourist places, where they entertain tourists to earn their foreign money. Nonetheless, no harm us taking a look. As we were walking through the plantation towards a hut where we tasted some of the beverages that ...

      Day 8

      A travel blog entry by sarahgeorgia on Sep 12, 2013

      Feeling rather worse for wear and wanting the comforts of home I stayed in and watched kids cartoons, I miss the wild thornberrys! Jay went out, met some Aussies that owned a villa and got a moped ride with this woman to find an ATM. Because of how sunburnt we were I didn't want to go out in the sun so we say on the sofa and watched Grown ...