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TravelPod Member ReviewsPande Permai Bungalows Ubud
Quiet, serene, peaceful, big bath tub, Balinese garden, swimming pool, strategic location - walking distance to nearby restaurants, attractions, Ubud Market and Monkey Forest
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Day 4 : Hotel –> Ubud market –> Tegalalang –> Gunung Kawi (Sebatu Temple) –> Luwak Coffee –> Kintamani –> Pura Ulun Danu Batur –> Tegenungan –> Hotel
On day 4, after our breakfast, our first location was the Ubud market. Having scouted the place …
Day 3 : Hotel –> Mas –> Batu Bulan –> Celuk –> Batuan (twin temples) –> Ubud –> Bu Oka –> Puri Saren Agung –> Goa Gajah –> Yeh Pulu –> Hotel
"Heartland of Bali"
In Ubud, its known for its living arts and cultural activities - there are many …
... and we jumped back on the scooter in the hopes that we might be able to beat the rain. No such luck. We hadn't even made it back to Ubud when the rain started coming down. Luckily we spotted a store that sold ponchos and stopped just in time before the real downpour started. We are visiting Bali in the rainy season so afternoon downpours are a regular occurrence. I don't really enjoy getting wet but I didn't want to spend our last day in Ubud waiting out the rain inside. ...
... t carrying an offering or decoration sits on the floor around thousands of offerings and incense sticks and pray with flowers in their hands. After each prayer the flower goes behind their ears then they hold another one for the next prayer.
At the relevant time the piglet is bought out of its ...
On Sunday evening at 10PM, the driver picked me up at my hotel. In the van were two others who were meeting he guide with me for our excursion, Trina and Josh, a couple from Calgary. Trina was a jovial fun gal; Josh a snarky sort of guy. We hit it off immediately and began to exchange stories. About an hours drive away, we picked up our guide for the climb, a Balinese man named Gung Bawa. A slip of a guy, he was about 5'6" and immediately I ...