Hotel Sorga Cottages

Address: Banjar Pering, Poppies St 1, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Banjar Pering, Poppies St 1, Bali, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sorga Cottages Bali

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Bali

Eating, Praying and Loving in Indonesia

A travel blog entry by january1966 on Dec 31, 2014

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... their descendants. Tall, decorated bamboo poles line up along the streets in honour of this celebration. The event happened on December 17 this year while we were in the town of Kintamani. The streets were packed with people heading to temples and relative’s homes. It was fascinating, but very hard to get around.
Once you leave Bali, the dominant religion is Muslim. In Lombok, we often heard the loudspeaker calls to ...

Information about Legian Hotel, Seminyak

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Nov 03, 2014

... completed registration form in order to obtain their room key.Please note: In accordance with local regulations, all visitors must remain within the hotel property during Seclusion Day/Hindu New Year on March 21, 2015 (from midnight March 20, 2015 to early morning March 22, 2015). Check-in and check-out will not be possible on March 21, 2015.When you leaveCheck-out time is noonHow you can payAccepted at this hotel: ...

Back in Bali ��

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 01, 2014

... sweet at all compared to what we know from England. As the market was already half closed, which was our stupid rude drivers fault for taking the wrong route (I'm not even going there, we weren't happy with his service at all lets just say that) we made him take us to a super store nearby where we bought some snacks for lunch. I find it really strange that in Indonesia no super markets sell ready to go sandwiches or wraps or anything at all that is ...

Opposites don't always attract

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor on Feb 25, 2014

6 photos

... danger round every corner. People in Bali were reputed to not only be extremely friendly, but in Kuta they have an added sense of opportunism that borders on tacky, annoying and hassling the tourists. People would tell us that whilst mark ups were two or three times more with which to haggle with, Bali, especially Kuta would have goods marked up ten times as much as the real price. We just wanted to settle in our new surroundings before properly venturing out. We found our hotel, ...

The gentlest of times in Ubud

A travel blog entry by quinitch on Dec 01, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... of our lives. The idea of living in Bali and being able to get home delivered massages…started to seem pretty darn attractive.

We visited the Monkey Forest in the centre of Ubud and I ended up with a monkey playing with my hair which was cute when you don’t think about him rubbing his bum on your shoulders!

Ainslie was super-efficient in doing her Christmas shopping while I started going into a panic about where I had enough presents ...