Agung Bali Nirwana Private Luxury Villas

Address: Jalan Segara, Sambirenteng, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Jalan Segara, Sambirenteng, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Sambirenteng

    Bali Sunday

    A travel blog entry by jshrives on Mar 08, 2015

    5 photos

    So Sunday, what did I do ? I got picked up at 9am from my hotel , it was raining was not hot but still humid and a nice day for my tour . I had a driver for the day who took me an hour to a place called Ubud which was a sub distinct of Bali . Within here we to the monkey forest , which is what it sounds like thousands of Balinese monkeys in a forest . I bought some bananas they lasted long they greedy little monkeys , there was km ...

    Respec' my Authorita!

    A travel blog entry by benabroad on Jul 27, 2014

    ... onto at Bumbu Bali restaurant, near the palace in Ubud [NOTE TO TOURISTS, IT SEEMS THERE ARE TWO BUMBU BALI RESTAURANTS IN UBUD, THE ONE BY THE PALACE IS NOT THE ONE THAT TRIP ADVISOR AND THE LONELY PLANET RECOMMEND, AS I FOUND OUT!)

    Arriving at the venue, i was skeptical that this was going to be the 'hands on' cooking course that had specifically been described to me when i asked about it (the flyer specifically uses the words hands on). Why was I starting with ...

    Monkey Madness

    A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Mar 19, 2014

    60 photos

    ... of the place. It is a completely different scene from the drunken tourism in Kuta and has a definite laid back feel.

    While Ubud seems to outsiders like one small town, it is in fact fourteen villages, each run by its own banjar (village committee). Ubud has grown rapidly, and some central parts are creaking under the strain of coping with the number of visitors. Growth continues apace, but there are still terraced rice fields along the rivers, and away from the town ...

    WaterBom Park:Asia's #1 Water Park!

    A travel blog entry by kennethq on Feb 12, 2014

    6 photos

    Today was probably the hottest day since I've been here, especially in the morning time. Only one solution for it, hit up a water park to cool down! After eating three of the four plates of breakfast served (just me!) and Varley wolfing down the breakfast buffet, it was time to grab the suncream and hit the slides! Most of the people at ...

    Motorbikes, yoga, and elephants. Oh my!

    A travel blog entry by anord12 on Nov 18, 2013

    12 comments, 39 photos

    ... excited for the elephant park and it was amazing. Not only are they 10x bigger than anything I've ever seen, but they're so strange. Their skin is dry yet rubbery, they have tons of spiky hair on their head and some on their trunks.
    When we got there first we fed the elephants some bark from a bamboo tree and they suction it with their nostrils then set it in their mouth to chew. Plus there's nothing about them - as far as I know - ...