Villa Sarna

Address: Banjar Tangkup, Ubud, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Banjar Tangkup, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, Batik Factory, and Gunung Kawi.
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    Travel Blogs from Ubud

    Our Zen

    A travel blog entry by jed.and.melissa on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... that drained the excess water into a lower terrace, repeating this pattern all the way down the cliff side until is emptied into a small stream. The sounds of the rice paddies was very soothing and peaceful with the trickling of water through bamboo pipes, the slow moving stream, and also a windmill type structure at the top of the cliff that played a repetitive tune with sticks rotating with the wind, striking a hollow bamboo piece. Just closing your eyes made you feel as ...

    In love with Bali

    A travel blog entry by dearbev on Apr 24, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... headed to a club called skybar which had free drinks from 9-10; that was dangerous. We traveled from bar to bar, played fun drinking games, met more travelers and thoroughly enjoyed our day off from teacher training. Next time I'm in Kuta, I'll head to the water.

    A couple of days ago we had an optional acro yoga class. Acro yoga is partner yoga. The instructor, Surya, is a friend of Amy's and came as a favor. Having never done acro before I had no ...

    Nyepi weekend :)

    A travel blog entry by eloiseroseby on Mar 23, 2015

    Saturday - Today is Nyepi and it is a Balinese 'Day Of Silence' to celebrate the new year according to the Balinese calendar. On this day, most Hindus (excluding children) will fast and are not allowed to go out of their house compounds, watch tv, make loud noises ect, it is a day of self reflection and to spend time with family. Even though Nyepi is primarily a Hindu holiday, those on Bali who are not Hindu still respect the day and stick to the rules as ...

    Another week has passed :)

    A travel blog entry by eloiseroseby on Mar 02, 2015

    ... this morning Suri was teaching the children religion and we made offerings. It is so much harder than it looks and very intricate. You start with young coconut leaves as the base, put brown and green leaves inside, and then it's secured with bamboo sticks. Its safe to say that I was rubbish and no help in the classroom what so ever, but they all enjoyed laughing at my failed attempts. As the butterfly wings went down so well yesterday we did it again with ...

    Bali -- A Very Different Indonesia

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... other guides and an old man who pointed out the temple to the Trinity (one God, manifested as the Creator, the Protector and the Destroyer) she told us about and also told us how pagodas represented mountains which are sacred and always had an odd number of roofs -- and then asked for a tip, which I gave him.

    Another hour or so drive through the mountains, passing the lovely green terraced rice fields took us to Selat and our lunch. The lunch was ...