Resort Prima Candidasa

Address: Jl. Pantai Indah No 16, Candidasa, Bali, 80871, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jl. Pantai Indah No 16, Candidasa, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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        Travel Blogs from Candidasa

        Mr Belly and his boat

        A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Jun 08, 2015

        35 photos

        ... as well we’d skipped lunch.
        G&T’s to start, as usual, and then dinner - skewers to start for Edd, myself and his mum and soup for his dad. We all ordered different main courses but had banana fritters for dessert. Delicious. We wanted to stay up and play trains, or do something interesting, but were all tired from the action-packed day, so it was la-la-land instead. Just as well as we had a 6.15am start the next day, so up with the birds for us.

        The Happy Inn

        A travel blog entry by cbrimer on Apr 11, 2015

        2 comments, 14 photos

        Well, it was with a bit of sadness that I packed up and left the AniniRaka today. However, I'm off to a new adventure...took me a while to find it, tucked away behind (you guessed it) a rice paddy. It's much more basic than AniniRaka (and less than half the price), but does have a private kitchen, which really means a fridge 'cause I can't imagine cooking in this heat. Also, having just paid $3.50 for lunch at the Biah Biah (including dessert!), it's hard to imagine I could ...

        Tour to the "Mother Temple" in Bali

        A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Nov 08, 2014

        1 comment, 31 photos

        November 8,2014
        East Bali

        Ketut picked us for our final tour of Bali at 9 AM. We were going east to the volcanoes. The route that Ketut took was up narrow winding roads on the hills above Candidasa that gave us stunning views of the coastline. Along the way we noticed several small workshops that cut the lighter weight black lava stones in to blocks to build or carve the decorative forms for shrines. They all look like they are made of cement so this was a ...

        Temples Everywhere

        A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 03, 2014

        57 photos

        ... on the southeast coast of Bali. We were greeted by a performance of a Gamelan Orchestra and beautiful girls dancing a welcome. We quickly found our driver and began our highlights of Bali drive. Immediately we saw Hindu Temples. Bali is 80% Hindu and did not change when the Muslim Kingdom took over Indonesia. The type of religion here is a mixture of Confucius beliefs and Hinduism. Every village has at least one central temple ...

        The 'Real' Bali

        A travel blog entry by davenjules on Nov 02, 2014

        35 photos

        ... Kadek.
        Our next stop was at the historical World War II site outside Gianyar city. This network of caves were dug by Balinese/Indonesian people forced into slave labour. It was a very sad time as many Balinese people were put to death by the Japanese for any small reason and many died while digging these caves for the Japanese to hide in during the war to ambush unsuspecting Allied troops. Unfortunately I couldn't get in to take photo's as I am too tall and with my ...