Pelangi Bali Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPelangi Bali Hotel Seminyak
Big resort with great beach access and friendly staff and a really nice pool (with a really nice swim up pool bar!!)
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... got us in to Kuala Lumpur just before sundown. The airport was quiet and very easy to navigate our way to find our bags and on to the express train in to KL Sentral train station for the cost of £7 per person in comparison to the Heathrow express £40 or £50 tickets; Kuala Lumper already impressed us. From Sentral station we took the more complicated LRT line to Pasa Seni where our hostel was located in the heart of (believe it or not) Chinatown! The LRT needs ...
... I caught a ferry back to Bali in the afternoon, and then a van over to Kuta. Passing the coastline on the way to Kuta, I was struck again by the beauty of Balinese culture. Especially striking for me is the kite flying. I looked out the window as we passed children running with kites, three people squeezed on a moped with their hands in the air holding a kite (likely on the way to a windy spots where these large kites would fly), and even a pickup truck carrying a family in the ...
... we had, but we were only able to understand a few of his English speaking words. What an experience regardless.
Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace- A beautiful terrace set in between hills and Mount Agung in the background made for a beautiful setting for our lunch stop.
Klungkung- old court justice
Elephant Cave Temple- amazing stone carvings.
Wood carving shop- I had asked the driver earlier in the day where there was a good wood sculpture store. He said we had to ...
... general amusement of the ladies that run it.I'm sure that they're sick to the gills of snotty little kids doing this - but at least they don't show it.
After many patient explanations that you're supposed to put your feet in, not your hands, Snubs finally confesses that he might like to have a go. I'm not so sure he can hack it. I know this because after literally months of him pestering me to have a go on the Elmo-in-a-plane kiddy ride at our local mall I ...