Amandari

Address: Jalan Raya Kedewatan, Kedewatan, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | 5 star resort
 
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This 5 star resort, located on Jalan Raya Kedewatan, Kedewatan, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Kedewatan

    Bali - Ulu Watu Beach

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Apr 21, 2015

    25 photos

    ... What a luxury. We usually book online. But back in the day, I trudged around in the heat with a full pack looking for lodging. It could take hours.

    We left GD with the bags locked in the car and looked at about 6 places. Two were full and some were not so great, but had a pool. We opted for one of the more expensive ones but it had an amazing view of the surf. We're on a cliff and this spot is world famous for surfers. And by expensive, I mean ...

    On the Sidewalks of Ubud

    A travel blog entry by sharoninga on Mar 08, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... One memorable spot has a disembodied concrete base for a sign stuck in a large crack. A warning? A decoration? A wtf? Often from one piece of concrete to the next there will be a 60 degree grade, which can be slippery after a rain. Thankfully, we can rarely smell the sewage that runs under the sidewalks or glimpse the rats that live there.

    Being pedestrians here gives us daily practice in the art of mindfulness.


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    Elephant riding

    A travel blog entry by cheflyn1970 on Jan 04, 2015

    28 photos

    Today we went up into the mountains and did some elephant riding, then we rode them through some water for a swim, and after our trek , we fed them bananas and pineapples and got our photos taken with them.


    We feasted on a three course banquet after this , at the elephant farm, then we went over to the ...

    Respec' my Authorita!

    A travel blog entry by benabroad on Jul 27, 2014

    ... huge banyan like trees and well preserved temple structures. Look out for the monkey faces carved out of the Rock face. from this place I got the impression that the Balinese really value their religious aspect of their culture; temples seem much better looked after, they are clean and no tat is clogging them up (granted there are tat stalls outside, but that's the same anywhere). The cave dates back the the 11th century and the entry to the cave through the mouth of a demon ...

    Temples and Mountains

    A travel blog entry by naomid on Jun 30, 2014

    6 photos

    We embarked on our half day tour at 9 with a driver who unfortunately didn't speak much English (though what could we expect for $65 all in). The first stop was a temple called Go Gajah or Elephant Cave which was developed in the 11th century and partially destroyed by a natural disaster until it was rediscovered in 1923. Pert of the temple was in the rock itself guarded by a demonic open ...