Ubud Bungalow

Address: Monkey Forest St., Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Monkey Forest St., Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsUbud Bungalow

          Reviewed by rossreber

          Near where I am living

          Reviewed Aug 17, 2013
          by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia


          Gianyar, Indonesia

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ubud Bungalow

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Ubud

          The plural of monkey is monkeys, not monkies.

          A travel blog entry by bdubbs

          So a quick recap of the last two days...

          Yesterday I woke around 7:30, showered, ate breakfast, and prepared to met with a tour that I booked. The people at the Brata arranged it for me and it was only 130,000 rupiah (roughly 13USD) for the whole trip so I didn't have high expectations and they were not exceeded. The tour consisted of me, a nice but quiet German couple, and a rather sour Austrian couple. The girl ...

          Bali - Surfing, Diving, Partying (MW)

          A travel blog entry by ionamarktravel


          ... one night to have dinner at out local Warung (restaurant / cafe) and saw them sitting having a drink it all got a bit out of control. Ottie started squealing at Iona and running toward us as excited girls often do (I thought she was a mad drunk Aussie and tried to grab Iona and head the other way, but Iona was squealing by now as well and running toward Ottie). Lytton and I took on the much more formal and recognised greeting of the Aussie male; a good three foot ...

          Amazing Ubud

          A travel blog entry by poridley


          ... tyre again only to see it had deflated again and was pretty much flat or getting that way. So he left me to walk up the path to a better viewing point while he went to get a new tyre. I took some ace photos of the volcano and adjoining lake and waited about 20-30mins fending off various people selling stuff. Eventually my guy came back and we went off to find Tampaksiring which houses a cool temple or two. On the way we came through this police check point and the copper checked my ...

          Ubud when you're in the mood

          A travel blog entry by jamesrobert


          ... br>
          Last day, sad to say goodbye. Checked out the market. Enjoyed every second of our last $5 massage and got ready for our all night flight to Australia. Were going to miss this special place. We only skimmed the surface but for two weeks we were able to see a variety of different areas. Going to miss the monkeys, cheap beer and food, super cheap massages, sweet smiles of the people, spectacular beaches, sunsets, and so much ...

          Volcanoes and Shipwrecks

          A travel blog entry by nmiddle1


          ... of it, and it was covered in Barnacles and coral, really was amazing to see. Neil came across a HUGE fish which for a sec he thought was a shark!! And he also got stung on the lip by a jellyfish!

          We only stayed in Tulamben for a night as there wasn’t much to do there apart from the wreck so we left for a wee place called Amed which was just beautiful! Black sand beaches from the Volcanoes, and we stayed in an amazing place, huge room with huge balcony and ...

          Traveler Photos Ubud Bungalow

          Our back garden view.
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