Jepun Bali Resort

Address: Jl. Singaraja-Amlapura No.100 Desa Tembok , Singaraja, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on Jl. Singaraja-Amlapura No.100 Desa Tembok , Singaraja, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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Travel Blogs from Singaraja

The 5 Senses of Bali

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Dec 27, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... in Bali as well. In the cities, you smell lots of gasoline from the cars and the scooters. There is also lots of incense. There was some burning at the airport when we arrived.

The last sense is touch. I have felt the silky, black sand of Lovina. I have also felt two fruits called dragon fruit and snakeskin fruit. I also love touching the bongo drums in the villa! Our cook Duwi also gave me a miniature bongo drum for Christmas, and Kadek gave me a ...

Island tour to Lovina

A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... from a street vendor which he let me try. Our final stop was at a coffee plantation called Subak Bali Agro Coffee Break. We had a lovely guide who walked us through the forest and showed us the different coffee plants and other plants where they get spices, fruits, and other ingredients they use. We saw a red pineapple, a regular pineapple, a cinnamon tree (the spice is the dried bark and the crushed leaves smell of cinnamon as well ), Cocoa pods, vanilla beans and ...

Denpasar, we have a Problem.

A travel blog entry by floripaman on Mar 13, 2014

3 photos

... the nutrient-rich ash to plant new crops.

This technique is quick and easy to implement; however, the post-crop soil is often depleted of resources, rendering the land useless. It may take tens of years before soil can produce again and so further vegetation is slashed and burned.

Some may argue that we have already slashed and burned our planet
beyond repair. If we don't learn from our past, I ...

Ants in the arak (attack); The map

A travel blog entry by wiredbrain on Feb 26, 2014

... of this inability of the nation筑s civil service to reform itself is seen in the nation筑s weak economic performance, by the lack of confidence of business to invest in wealth producing industries 凡 of which the ailing tourism sector is only one.While today筑s immigration rules cost the nation billions of dollars in lost business, our near neighbors earn cash windfalls from unwitting (and unwilling) visa-run tourists.媒so let's ...


A travel blog entry by travelinglisa on Nov 03, 2013

1 comment, 42 photos

... and have a BBQ. In towns that don’t have a lake, they stake a cow or buffalo on a sandbar on the beach and wait for high tide to drown it.

The amount of time, effort and money that goes in to their religious practice is incredible. Every house and store has handmade bamboo trays filled with flowers, leaves and incense on the sidewalk in front of the door. This feeds the evil spirits so they don’t go inside and cause problems. Every house and hotel has ...

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