Prana Dewi Mountain Resort

Address: Wongaya Gede , Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Wongaya Gede , Tabanan, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPrana Dewi Mountain Resort Tabanan

      Reviewed by michoriet

      Small Heaven on Earth !

      Reviewed Feb 12, 2013
      by (23 reviews) Wijtschate, Belgium , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Remote Gem where you can feel the "real" Bali. At the end of the village and the end of the road to one of the most important temples of Bali. Builde in an area of ricefields, excellent organic food and the quitness and the beauty of that part of Bali ... at least for a couple of days to stay there! Highly recommended .

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Prana Dewi Mountain Resort Tabanan

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Tabanan

      Day 4!

      A travel blog entry by tamiekachew on May 05, 2014

      4 photos

      ... was Banjar Village where there were little markets along the beach to shop at and just sit down relax and have a drink. We hoped back on the boat making our way back to shore were we would then get back on the mini bus and travel back to our resorts, I was emotionally exhausted and it was time for a peaceful sleep tonight. I arrived back at my resort and picked a movie down at reception and made my way up to my room, and ordered room service as I tucked myself into bed for an easy ...

      Day 188 Pura Tanah Lot

      A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Mar 22, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Indonesian priests. Inside was a hot spring that flowed naturally out of the rock. If you went inside the cave the priests would bless you. We wet our faces in the pools, drank the water and the priest stuck rice on our head as well as putting flowers behind our ears. It felt good and humbling to experience another culture. After being blessed we walked out where some schools had come to chant. We watched this for a while and then signed some petitions they ...

      Is this hell on earth???

      A travel blog entry by tash-and-gav on Oct 30, 2013

      ... My favourite bit was the outside bathroom. Off our room was a private bathroom but it was outside and had no roof. No one could see you or anything but you were outside. It was pretty cool! The room had lots of channels too and we managed to cram in some American telly and a few films. Went to a lovely place for tea which cost us about £4 for 2 courses and a drink. ...

      Looking out over the Wallace Line

      A travel blog entry by lainelangridge on Aug 22, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... is Wayan) why they were here so long (time is money isn't it? ) he said "They have a program" (?).

      Apart from looking out to sea, yesterday I took a long walk along the back lanes that are between the seashore and the main road of Sengkidu. The lane winds through small Balinese communities, tiny warungs (Bali cafes), and a temple with a freshly made large red bull outside, obviously ready for a coming cremation. A bit farther on I passed a ...

      Happiness is possible.

      A travel blog entry by oshioshi on Jun 14, 2013

      6 comments, 7 photos

      When I left NYC over 5 months ago, I was on a search for some fulfillment. I was no longer interested in surviving life, I wanted to experience being ALIVE. I wanted to wake up on a beach, hear and smell the ocean, and put on my bathing suit every morning. I am finally happy! So happy. I love the peace of this island. In the morning and in the afternoon, the locals start placing offerings on the streets ...