Ubud Lestari Bungalows

Address: JL. Monkey Forest , Gianyar, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | Pension
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This pension, located on JL. Monkey Forest , Gianyar, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
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    Travel Blogs from Gianyar

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by loisjhands on Jun 07, 2015

    ... We changed into swimmers and went for a dip. Had another cocktail 2 for 1. Swam over to the beach area and played a round of water basketball. Showered and headed to beach for dinner. We four had pizzas to share and Shaun and Phillipa had their own. Back to room and played cards before hitting the sack at 11.30 after washing out some clothes. Great ...

    Safari Adventures

    A travel blog entry by strukoffsisters on May 04, 2015

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... and the rest of our time was spent walking around the habitats. Back in Ubud we had a late lunch at another street side bar...people in town are starting to recognize us "oh you two". I guess we better get out of this town! We booked open ended tickets to the Gili Islands aka paradise with world class beaches and diving, plus no motorized vehicles...horse and carriage it is! Now I guess we will have to spend tonight looking up a place to stay in Gili Trawangan. More fun to follow!

    Krappy Kuta and Delightful Ubud

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jan 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... when I got there and we decided to go for a wander around. It was awful. Kuta is really dirty, there are people everywhere, and it is the Australian version of Magaluf but 10x worse. We walked up and down for a while and then went to the beach which was equally disgusting and we quickly left. We decided to get something to eat and ended up in a random restaurant. The food was good and cheap but we didn't really know what to do after that. We went to the Bali Bombings ...

    Ubud: A Watery Adventure

    A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Nov 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... relieved to find my own venture to be much steadier. There were a few bumps and bangs against rocks but nothing that came close to capsizing the boat. I tried to take in as much of the surroundings as I could along the way as it was nature at its best. Tropical trees towered above, occasional waterfalls decorated the rock faces and swallows darted like arrows, dipping and curving close to our heads.

    Halfway through the route, we stopped at ...

    Save the Bali starling!

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... do it here. I'm not a fan of private education. But I saw what international school in Asia did for Brad and it is undeniably a different and vastly superior experience to the insularity and arrogance of an English private school. Frankly, this one was stunning and I fail to see how anyone could see it and not wish they or their children could go there or some similar place. Except there is no similar place. It is, simply, unique. Congratulations ...