ONEWORLD retreats Kumara
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews ONEWORLD retreats Kumara Ubud
Travel Blogs from Ubud
... set off back towards Ubud. The winding roads back down the hillside offered fabulous views over the surrounding paddies. Those same roads proved fortuitous when we ran out of fuel and had to coast a few hundred yards down the hill before finding a fuel stop. We purchased a litre, which came in a glass bottle and was decanted into the tank through a funnel. This should have been plenty to get us home, except, of course, that we ...
... so don't expect to sunbathe off the coast. But it's a real feel for traditional life, which is what we were after. The drive there, from Sanur, was about 4 hours, as we stopped at the Tirtaa Gangaa water palaces. I can highly recommended a visit to these. For a total of £2.60 entry fee for all of us you can wander around the manicured gardens and fresh water ponds. A nice French tourist have Millie some biscuits to feed the fish. You also find the ...
... interesting to say of Taipei. Outside the airport the city was being soaked to the bone, obscuring any view I might have had. Inside, it was everything you would expect of a modernizing Asian airport - gaudy, elite, glamorous, over-priced, and over-done and came complete with a Hello Kitty mini mall (with a playground). I waited at my connecting gate for 3 hours and then boarded a plane to Bali.
The view from the window for the better part of the ...
... place, the more brilliant it would become. Tiny residential streets far from the tourist areas had a plethora of magnificent temples and courtyards. As our only criteria for the day was getting horribly lost, bumping into an attractive Balinese man who showed us around his rice paddy was certainly a bonus. Pining for glorious sand, my feet were introduced to rich, squelchy mud instead. At least my eyes were not complaining. ...
... br> Well first thing, of course, was to walk to the beach. It was beautiful, and not quite so crammed with people as I thought it would be. I got so many illusions in my head from what people said, that in time I just completely forgot them and just let myself experience it all.
There is something absolutely mesmerizing about Bali that makes it so different from the Muslim culture found on Java. Java has its charms, and is absolutely lovely, but Bali is so ...