How has this resort rated in the past?
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews O-CE-N Bali Legian
Travel Blogs from Legian
... for only 100.000 which is like 7 euros!), where I stuck to the coke while the others had predrinks. When they headed out to a bar I just went to sleep to be ready to surf in the morning, which seems a great deal to me. Because, that feeling! Do you know when you're running, and you're so so dead and every cell in your body begs you to stop but you take a deep breath, push trough and charge? When ...
... pair in new look we headed back for a second look, not that Maureen minded. I bought the pair and Maureen treated herself to some new clothes as well. With our new buys we headed back to guesthouse, but instead of taking the beach route we decided to walk along the road, a much nicer (and cleaner) walk. We were in desperate need of the showers when we got back to our room. The evening was drawing in and we had a rest and planned the next day before heading out for dinner. In fact, ...
... many as 8 or 9 different languages to an often surprising level of competence.CultureBali is famous for many forms of art, including painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handcrafts, and performing arts. Balinese gamelan music is highly developed and varied. The dances portray stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana. Famous Balinese dances include pendet, legong, baris, topeng, barong, and kecak (the monkey dance).National education programs, mass media and tourism ...
It's been a busy time. Checked in around midday and my accommodations were simple but lovely - a gorgeous little collection of villas with engraved doors. Simple and rustic yet elegant. Last night was a fun time. Gorgeous little bars along the beach, with hundreds of bean bag chairs out on the sand, facing the water at night, with musicians out on the beach in front of the surf. Shared some ethnic ...
... and the local beer, Bintang (actually quite a palatable lager at only £1.50 for 660ml!!), and they are so happy with the beverage they like to wear a ‘singlet’ (or vest) to show their appreciation. In summary, people wearing a Bintang singlet are the butt of jokes in Australia and the attire is strictly prohibited in any mid-range or fancy establishments, with signs on entry reading "No Alcohol-Branded Singlets Allowed". Haha!
We left Seminyak and ...