Kakiang Bungalows

Address: Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | 2 star ranch
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This 2 star ranch, located on Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Kakiang Bungalows Ubud

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Ubud

      Goodbye 2014.... its been a goodun

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the excrement of a luwak (civet cat)... Its something that had been collected from the wild and then sold on at a very expensive price, but has now turned into a cruel mini-industry seeing these poor animals caged and force fed coffee beans. We arrived and were taken on a little tour before being shown an "example" of the animal, being assured that they do it ethically before being given some free samples of "normal" coffee and tea to urge us to spend... Of course ...

      Bali: Ubud

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Sep 15, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... and walls or fed on flowers. Some huge ones which we assumed were moths, hid in the shade, their glorious wings on full display. We wandered through the gardens, enjoying the serene atmosphere and trying to ignore the ongoing building work to a new viewing spot. Mary and I found a dark tunnel, and decided to explore found tiny tanks containing stag beetles, tarantulas and scorpions. We were a little unnerved by the fact that many of the tanks didn't look that easy to escape ...

      Aug 3-4 Mt. Agung

      A travel blog entry by john.wroblewski on Aug 03, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... dance in the beam of our headlamps. Vegetation began to thin out. The ground became more rocky, and shortly, the dust became thick, and I noticed that I could no longer see the stars. We were in a cloud passing the mountain! The terrain quickly changed. Vegetation became grew nonexistent, outside of coniferous plants, where before ferns and plants reached out shoulders and beyond. Shortly, there was none altogether. We were above treeline, as ...

      Cooking, Art and Dance in Ubud

      A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 20, 2014

      59 photos

      ... interesting to use three different types of ginger whereas back in Canada we generally just see one variety in the supermarkets. The grinding was done using a small stone mortar and pestle for the softer ingredients such as chilies and herbs and a very large mortar and pestle (takes two hands to operate the pestle) for the harder to grind ingredients such as peanuts and cloves. Once all the chopping and grinding was done, we took a break ...

      Monkey business

      A travel blog entry by saskilton on Jun 16, 2014

      18 photos

      ... but not before we left our laundry with someone! It's not a good visit without a laundry stop! We eventually found somewhere for dinner, but soon regretted our choice once we discovered the Mosquitos also liked this restaurant...Pete was already bitten alive by this point and didn't really need anymore! Thankfully I don't taste as nice as he does, and have managed to come away with only a couple..not a good for Pete though! Our dinner was lovely, however I think ...