Pande Permai Bungalows

Address: Monkey Forest Street, Ubud, Bali, 805371, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Monkey Forest Street, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPande Permai Bungalows Ubud

        Reviewed by joeljasmine

        6/10

        Reviewed Jul 5, 2008
        by (20 reviews) , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

        Quiet, serene, peaceful, big bath tub, Balinese garden, swimming pool, strategic location - walking distance to nearby restaurants, attractions, Ubud Market and Monkey Forest

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Pande Permai Bungalows Ubud

        3.00 of 5 stars Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Ubud

        I bud, you bud, we bud, Ubud!

        A travel blog entry by beccajamesrtw on Feb 20, 2013

        18 photos

        Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali and a really great place to visit. We arrived mid afternoon and checked into our temple-esqe hotel, all the doors were hand carved and painted and the room was beautiful. We headed straight out into the rain to grab some late lunch and explore the city. Ubud is a whole lot calmer than Bali, although you get the …

        Day Trip to Ubud

        A travel blog entry by laurenbourke on Sep 30, 2015

        4 photos

        Today we we were collected at our hotel by our driver Kadek from Bali Made Tours. Our first stop was Batuan Temple. Dressed in our sarongs, we entered the sacred grounds. There we saw the traditional musical instruments the gamelons, the offerings and the beautiful sculptures. I had the opportunity to be shown how to make an offering basket.

        We visited a traditional village and experienced how the traditional balinese people live, The positioning ...

        Ubud in the Interior of Bali Island

        A travel blog entry by timelaine on Jul 05, 2015

        20 photos

        ... hand roast them over a fire before selling the beans.

        We enjoyed exploring the surrounding area around Ubud. One day we hired a driver and drove up to an active volcano, swam in hot spring pools, and visited Hindu temples.

        Another day we went to the greenest school in the world called "The Green School". It was completely built out of bamboo in a forest next to the biggest river in Bali. Even the desks and chairs are made of renewable bamboo. Their students ...

        Day 3 - Birds and Lizards

        A travel blog entry by rojaleca on May 20, 2015

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        On this day we went to the local Bird and Reptile Park here in Ubud. I was a little surprised by the entry fee (approx $120 for a family!) but it was a well run enterprise and we all had a fun day there. At various points strange birds were placed on us, and the girls both got to hold a big goanna! We were there for several hours and decided it was well worth the fee. Afterwards, our driver Edi met us and we asked to be taken somewhere cheap where the locals would eat. He ...

        Odalan Pura Desa Batuan, evening

        A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Nov 22, 2014

        7 photos

        ... is normally performed by older men. And the gamelan players are young too. Most of them are not over 20. It confirms my observation in 2011 that young Balinese are getting more and more involved in their religious traditions, contrary of what you might expect in such a rapidly modernizing society. The next dance is a solo Baris by a boy of about eight. It should be a great feeling to be allowed to dance ...