Villa Puri Ayu

Address: Jalan Cemara 4-B, Sanur, Bali, 80280, Indonesia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Jalan Cemara 4-B, Sanur, is near Bali Golf and Country Club, Puputan Square, and dh Spa Bali.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Puri Ayu Sanur

    Reviewed by j.roumimper

    Puri Ayu

    by (1 review) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

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    Reviewed by nannakez

    Loved our stay

    Reviewed Mar 16, 2013
    by (4 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Villa Puri Ayu has something for everyone. For us it had great double rooms near the small pool. For families they have larger rooms and villas. They also have a large pool.
    Short walk to the beach and many restaurants.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Puri Ayu Sanur

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Sanur

    Water Palace and Rice Fields

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 25, 2014

    62 photos

    ... shrimp instead of growing rice.

    We then walked through several small villages. Claudia pointed out various buildings including one for swallows. It was an odd building because it had pipes coming out of the walls on several sides. The swallows would fly in to build their nests and then the nests would be sold. Who knew that swallow nests were in demand!? We arrived back at our place about two hours after setting out. We were ready ...


    A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Feb 09, 2014

    31 photos

    ... a number of Luwaks. These furry creatures, similar in stature and appearance to a ferret and an otter, were kept in cages and fed coffee beans. After they had eaten and digested the beans, the intact beans would be extracted from their poop and used to make highly sought after coffee. We all tried it and gave it a thumbs up – very smooth with little bitterness. We were also treated to a taster tray of other variations of coffees and teas which were said to ...

    Surf 'n turf

    A travel blog entry by darrenandjody on Oct 15, 2013

    17 photos

    ... to see Ubud with its famous terraces, an active volcano Mt Batur, as well as made a visit to a local coffee plantation. The coffee plantation was definitely the highlight of the tour, in which not only did we make a friend of one of the locals, but also learned quite a bit about the coffee process and were treated to a full array of different coffees.


    A travel blog entry by kkhlee74 on Oct 10, 2009

    21 photos

    Bali is a destination that we keep coming back to over the last few years. There is so much about this country to love - its natural beauty, how the culture and religion are so deeply embedded in their everyday lives and rituals, the gentleness and warm hospitality of the Balinese and of course the food.. Our favourite spot is to head straight up to Ubud and to bypass Kuta at all costs if possible. Unfortunately, the ...