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

    Around The Island Trip

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment, 53 photos

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    As it turned out, we were so glad we made that decision. It was a steep climb down - there are no proper paths here - just muddy tracks, and slippery where the water runs off the terrace onto the track. Then we climbed up the other side. It was hard going and hot work but it only took us about 20 minutes to get to the top of the other side.

    And the views were beautiful. The photos speak for themselves when we say it was beautiful.
    This is an ancient rice ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    Bapa Alex and Ibu Naomi

    A travel blog entry by naomid on Jun 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... it to the Neka Museum. The humidity sits around 80%25 most days but we kindly got a little rain as we walked along through the Indonesian villages.
    Alex managed to cope with the museum with it's array of phalluses and naked ladies, ( I never knew the Balinese were so erotic!). Then we wondered along the dirty road with awesome hanging vines avoiding the huge gaping holes in the pavement to Indus, ...

    Four years of contemplation later, I did it

    A travel blog entry by burles on Jun 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the quiet temple as the sun came up and lit the dark corners for the first time that day. It was fantastic. On an interesting note, the temples can not be entered if you are menstruating, and the were signs in English advising tourists of this. Next, we headed to Gunung Kawi, which dates back to the eleventh century. The temple has ten seven-meter-high rock-cut shrines carved into the cliff face. Again, there were very few people there with us. ...