Ajanta Villas

Address: Danau Tamblingan No 21, Sanur, Bali, 80228, Indonesia | 5 star villa
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This 5 star villa, located in the Tech Center/Littleton area of Sanur, is near Puputan Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Sanur

    Intro to Bali

    A travel blog entry by greetadventures on Apr 13, 2015

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... with demonic statues and floats filling the streets which symbolize negativity and bad spirits. The statues are burned at the end of the night to cleanse them of all things “evil”. The next day, Silence Day, is a day of reflection and meditation, to focus on peace within ones self, the streets are empty. It is a day when everything shuts down. NO traffic, no people in the street, no jet planes arriving from afar. There is no light and no ...

    Bali (Benoa)

    A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Mar 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... corner. Many of the shrines were decorated with different coloured cloths, signifying respect.

    Temple priests are unpaid, and have other jobs. It’s a hereditary position. The temple we toured (Kehen) was built in the 13th century around when the banyan tree inside it started to grow. Did you know, banyan trees never die, so this tree is as old as the temple. Not surprisingly, the temple is not much for walls, but has a lot of ...

    Holidays In Sanur Highlights

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Jan 02, 2015

    13 photos

    ... were colourful explosions and flashes in the night. The closer to midnight we got the heavier the cracks and flashes became. Around midnight, smoke hung in the damp air and was heavy with the smell of sulphur. It looked like the coast was under siege from an invisible air raid. It was quite amazing actually, even in the rain. We started the new year like we left the last one, on the beach, than dodging motorcycles in the alley on the way back to our room.

    Back in Bali ��

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 01, 2014

    ... apart from things like crisps and chocolate. We really don't appreciate those little things we have available to us everywhere at home. Our last stop was the floating palace, called Ujung, which is also a very large beautiful garden surrounded by grand buildings and flowers and lakes and ancient statues and the like. Just stunning because traditional Balinese arts and handicrafts really are so detailed and unique. Once we got back to Candi Dasa, we spent ...

    The World's Most Expensive Coffee! (Indonesia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 02, 2014

    156 photos

    ... of my list of pets, but I wanted to play with this one.

    Before the bike tour, we stopped at a coffee farm. Kopi Luwak coffee, also known as "Civet Coffee" is knows as the rarest and most expensive coffee in the world. The process it goes through is what makes it so rare and costly.

    A little critter, the asian civet that lives in the wild, picks the ripest berries from the trees. The fleshy pulp of the ripest berries allow the enzymes in its stomach ...