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 ...

    Temples Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 03, 2014

    57 photos

    ... regular thatched roofs.

    We continued to midlevel on the volcano to visit the terrace rice patties at Ubud. Souvenir shops and art galleries featuring traditional arts were everywhere. The terraces are beautiful and interesting. The patties are staggered in planting and each can be harvested three times a year.

    Next we visited the demonstration area for the expensive Luwak coffee, spices and flavored coffees. ...

    Bites of Chewy Rice Cake & Tasty Toppings

    A travel blog entry by shintalia on Jul 01, 2014

    1 photo

    Down the road to Benoa Bay, my friends & I stopped by to indulge ourselves with local street food. They introduced me with typical Balinese "Lontong Cap Gomeh (LCG)" called Blayag. Unlike LCG that Peranakan Chinese serves 15 days after Chinese Lunar New Year, Blayag is a everyday food of Balinese. Lontong (compressed rice cake) is the main component of the dish. A perfect one must be moderately chewy and perfectly blended without any pieces of ...

    An Education on Environmental Education

    A travel blog entry by robyntravel on Jan 13, 2014

    13 photos

    ... to do, then went over the English pronunciation of the alphabet, before playing a game of hangman with the key terms and words we learnt the hour before. The last hour we repeated the difference, between organic and inorganic waste then proceeded to gather trash from the school yard area. Even in just over half and hour the school area looked way better. I have to look into the infrastructure put into place with green lion of the town area. The trash "bin" was a concrete ...