Parigata Villas Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParigata Villas Resort Sanur
it was a perfect place to stay very nice people and a private pool!!!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Parigata Villas Resort Sanur
Travel Blogs from Sanur
... who come here 2 or 3 times a year because it is so close - anywhere from 1 to 3 hours trip - and so cheap. Also young families with kids from China or Australia. Very few Americans - in fact I have yet to meet any. Along the beach is a stone walkway - like a boardwalk - that runs the entire length of the beach - probably about 5 to 10 miles ...
... out of Amlapura and fortunately we had trusty taxi man Wayan who knew the way. So it's already a bit of an adventure to get there.It is the creation of Australian chef Penelope Wilson, who is committed to providing quality Balinese cooking and using local organically grown produce. She runs cooking schools that have been receiving rave reviews on websites like Tripadvisor.
Five of us went by taxi from Candidasa - including my Nephew Adam ...
... is the maximum permissible height.
Sanur’s beachfront walk was the first in Bali and has been delighting locals and visitors alike from day one. Over 4km long, it curves past resorts, beachfront cafes, wooden fishing boats under repair and quite a few elegant old villas built decades ago by the wealthy expats who fell under Bali’s spell. While we strolled, we looked out across the water to the island, Nusa Penida. Just north of the Bali Hyatt are the ...
... face like thunder saying they had said we had misheard them and the room was 350,000 a night!! So I tuned all Chloe hulk. I was annoyed Spen had paid it, it was an extra 600,000IDR in total, but didn't think they'd give the money back. Pfft, they did when they saw the mood I was in! I returned triumphant with a new receipt and our money! Phew! Next time, we arrived in Ubud and went to a place recommended from trip advisor. They showed me a room and quoted a price. When ...
... the Gili Islands. We had been recommended these by a number of travellers on our journey. One thing that has really baffled us is the money and currency in Bali. It is called Indonesian Rupiah and £1 is 21,000 rupiah! I withdrew 1 million rupiah from the bank and it worked out at around £53. It took us both a few days to work it out properly. Hope you are all well. Mr Kumar ...