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

      Sunrise Volcano Trek

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Dec 15, 2014

      22 photos

      ... challenging trek or climb we've ever done. Certainly not as tough as our jungle trek in Sumatra looking for Orangutans, but it was rewarding to make it to the top of our first ever active volcano together and the views were definitely worth it. It's not often you stand on top of an active volcano and see sunrise over two other volcanoes in the distance... now that was cool!

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      Andrew's Birthday Program

      A travel blog entry by nannakez on Nov 13, 2014

      3 comments, 28 photos

      ... of the cliff top cafes with a cold drink to watch the sunset and enjoyed the cool breeze coming off the ocean. It was quite cloudy so after getting a few good photos with the colours of the setting sun peeking through the clouds, we decided to beat the bus loads of Chinese tourists and leave early. There is only one road in and out of Tanah Lot and even though we beat the buses and dozens of vans that were still in the carpark it took us nearly 2 hours to ...

      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, ...

      Golf holiday in Bali

      A travel blog entry by baliattraction on Apr 10, 2014

      ... of coastal beach in Bali that many visits from tourists .

      At first golf clubs were made of wood taken from the surrounding area . During
      its development , hickory wood sticks used to stalk , while the
      American persimmon wood is hard and strong is used for club heads . At first , the golf ball is a ball of wood . In the 17th century , wooden balls were replaced with balls of goose feathers ...