Villa Pantulan

Address: Lodtunduh, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lodtunduh, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Mas Carving Center.
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      My week :)

      A travel blog entry by eloiseroseby on Jan 30, 2015

      ... celebration in the village for the 30th anniversary of their community space, called a Banjar. We were told it would be a balinese rock concert, which it was... if out of tune balinese singing from a teen band is your thing... I cant say we were very impressed, but it was nice to get involved with the community and to see their celebrations. We also saw a comedy due... which know one understood... and some traditional dance which was amazing, the choreography is so ...

      “I think I deserve something beautiful.̶

      A travel blog entry by ginanao on Nov 14, 2014

      1 comment, 52 photos

      ... and taking water bottles of unsuspecting passers-by, all while maintaining a cute camera ready pose! It was a fantastic place to walk around although we were very aware that the monkeys are still wild animals and very unpredictable so unlike some typical overly touchy tourists we preferred to view them at a distance!

      We were told that it was unsafe to touch them but if they approached us it would be fine and eventually when we were sat in a ...

      Rappelling down waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by erucci on Aug 09, 2014

      1 photo

      ... to some of the natural beauty of the island.
      The most famous spot in Ubud is the Monkey Forest: a park/temple complex that is filled (some might say infested) with monkeys. Vendors are set up to sell you bananas to feed the monkeys, and as a result that have absolutely no fear of humans. Similar to the Batu Caves in KL, this results in semi-feral monkeys that will literally steal food from your hands. After buying a bunch ...

      The Inevitable Reflection

      A travel blog entry by nicsteiner on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... say I learned more than I would have at a 9-5 internship or from taking classes, I got to know my brother better (maybe too well), I experienced different cultures that pushed me out of my comfort zone (the bathrooms, literally), and most of all I got to know myself better. I still have the same goals and passions in life, but perhaps the best lesson I got was that my path can have some zig zags and loops, might get muddy or have hills, but it's still ...

      I am the boss

      A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Jul 09, 2014

      35 photos

      ... that live there. Me an Mum didn't enjoy the forest one bit, I would say personally don't go there, or if you do, do what we did, went in, had a brisk walk around, take some photos are leave. They weren't normal monkeys, these were vicious little gits. They were attacking people, and I mean attacking. They were climbing all over them, pulling sunglasses, eating bags. Some people had it coming as they brought bananas (why oh why, such fools!!!), ...