Address: Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, is near SANg Spa, Bike-Baik Tours, Banyan Tree Bike Tours, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsToko-Toko Ubud

    Reviewed by dreamchasers

    As Beautiful and Inviting As Our First Visit

    Reviewed Mar 21, 2015
    by (32 reviews) Regina , Canada Flag of Canada

    This is our second stay at Toko Toko Bungalows, and it is wonderful to have the opportunity to once again experience the serenity of this enchantingly beautiful Balinese family compound transformed into a hotel. The rooms are spacious, all thoughtfully designed to include comfortable outside living space and rest areas, and come in a range of prices. The Toko family is very kind, caring, and generous, and their staff efficient and friendly. The infinity pool overlooking the rice paddies isn't too hard to take either, and the on site restaurant serves good food as well! You might expect this island of serenity to be somewhere isolated in the country, but it is in fact only a few moments walk to numerous excellent restaurants, as well as shopping opportunities, and only a five minute motorbike ride to Central Ubud. It is a pleasure to be back here again, and we will certainly return in future.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Toko-Toko Ubud

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    Travel Blogs from Ubud

    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 ...

    And Then There Were Three

    A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Mar 15, 2015

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... are asked to stay indoors without using any electricity, without any TV, music, games, conversation etc. The night before Nyepi is a celebration called “ Ogoh Ogoh”. This is a big party carried out in each community. Large sculptures of human bodies with monstrous heads are paraded around by anyone wanting any evil removed. Evil symbolically enters the strange sculpture which is set afire afterwards. It’s a big Party and it ...

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

    A travel blog entry by eloiseroseby on Jan 23, 2015

    2 photos

    ... the school I was ill and I spent the rest if the night curled up in bed feeling very sorry for myself whilst the others were out getting dinner in a place with gluten free pizza! I was not in a very good mood at all :(( Luckily on Wednesday I was feeling better and was able to go to the school :) some Americas arrived who are doing a crowd funding campaign to build an organic garden for the school which sounds very cool. They also want to ...

    Bali day two

    A travel blog entry by kinchinfosters on Nov 24, 2014

    After breakfast wandered down to the beach about ten min walk. Huge surf in the sea is just a shame we don't know how to surf I guess we should learn especially as we are moving to Sri Lanka Boat to gili booked far cheaper booking it locally at 50usd return to gili air rather than 100usd on the web. Back to the hotel in the afternoon still trying to get myself a vest so I can go swimming in it as back still a ...

    Day 23 - The Bali Life.

    A travel blog entry by broganrose on Jun 30, 2014

    10 photos

    ... course. We learnt today that my name in Balinese is Nyoman and Scott's is Wayan. This is because the Balinese call each other by a word which represents what child they are e.g. First child - Wayan they will then add your birth name - Wayan Scott. We had a lovely but quick FaceTime with our beautiful parents today who were out together in Greenwich. It's so nice to see them together and enjoying themselves as we love them and ...