Biyukukung Suites and Spa
Travel Blogs from Ubud
... the night. It is a phenomenon that started in 1965, for no apparent reasons (locals have found spiritual ones though) and it is a daily event that we are witnessing just in front of us. We return to Ubud by foot and under the rain (no so pleasant but we’ll live) and find a local eatery to calm our stomachs. The next day we took a tour to go white water rafting. We get picked up and driven an hour away and the two of us with our guide complete the 16km track ...
This morning Wayan was late so I had a little panic and started to walk into town myself but thought I should ring him first and go back to the hotel. As I was meant to be having breakfast with the girls, but they were running late so it meant that I couldn't meet them before I left for the airport so I decided to have breakfast at the hotel. Two minutes later, Wayan turned up in a fuss and claimed he'd missed his alarm...this was at 9.30 and he tells me ...
... clothes and art but we felt it is out of place given the country’s status. Feels like a place the westerners colonized to make their own by taking advantage of the low costs of Indonesia.
We booked a day tour which began with a tour at a coffee plantation, followed by a breakfast with a view of Mount Batur, and ended with a bike tour through Balinese villages and rice fields which included the ...
... so we headed out early in search of what is supposed to be the most spectacular waterfall in Bali at Sekumpul. From the coast we weaved our way again through the smallest of villages and rough little dirt tracks up high into the mountain side towards Sekumpul. Once there it was a 40 minute trek up and down jungle hillside until a massive steep valley unfolded itself in front of us. It was another one of those jaw dropping moments when it suddenly appeared in front of us. A 600ft ...
... and it was a nice way to while away a few hours before heading back.
Up early the following morning we went in search of the elusive Ibu Ocha and it's succulent pig. We found it easy enough and as expected the place was crammed, mainly with Japanese tourists fresh off their day trip bus but I have to say that although very nice the pork was over rated compared to what we had read about so we didn't hang around too long before wandering back and packing up to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking