Karangsari Homestay

Address: Munduk Village, Munduk, Bali, 80612, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Munduk Village, Munduk, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Munduk

    Running, Taste of Quebec and Hair Trimming

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Mar 03, 2015

    6 photos

    ... many years. Many of the main home structures looked pretty nice even deep into the woods. We wanted to find a lunch alternative and the best place via Trip Advisor was called Terrace Du Lac. They agreed to pick us up and drop us off - the 5KM distance. 'Madé' - when in doubt Wayan or Madé here in Bali picked us up. When he heard we were from Canada he said he had been to Quebec last December. Huh? Turns out his ...

    Munduk hills

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Dec 23, 2014

    15 photos

    It was literally a breath of fresh air getting to Munduk, rising 1000 metres above Denpasar it's a refreshing and beautiful hill village. It's origins trace back to the time of the Dutch occupation of Bali when coffee, vanilla and clove plantations were established in the area - and are still big business here today. We got considerably lost trying to get to Munduk and eventually made our arrival to the guesthouse in the back of a pick-up ...

    Lobsters in South Kuta

    A travel blog entry by jackson4 on Dec 19, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... also as Christians and Buddhists too. Though a minority in Indonesia, Hinduism is #1 in Bali and this is most obvious because they mount a long decorative pole in the front of their places, called a penjor. On our way home in the evening, our route is re-directed when we run in to a mass of bikes that fills an entire street, gathered there for a religious event.

    South Kuta is really only a thin skim of dirt spread over a massive limestone deposit. ...

    Bali In A Day

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... enough to get away with not wearing a sarong. On to the attraction itself, while the entrance to the cave itself was quite interesting, the rest of the site itself was somewhat less than impressive. It didn't take long to have a look around it. There was a Buddhist temple somewhere on site I could have looked at, but it was so far down in a valley, all I thought was, "And then I'll have to come back up...don't think so!" Therefore, I never ...

    Road Trip Around Bali - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Mar 21, 2014

    38 photos

    ... that, we have tend to find that most things advertised in the lonely planet books these days get over run with tourists pretty quickly. However we had a quick dip in the water since we had paid and then decided to continue our travels to try and get to Lovina before nightfall.

    The drive from the hot springs to Lovina was pretty long and we were all starting to get a little agitated so we were thankful to park up and get ...