Bali Agung Village
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After 4 hours delay in KK and 1 1/2 hour queuing in Bali airport we finally made it to the hotel ;-) On the way to the hotel we got a glimpse of Onasis spa and the Greek-Indonesian "Bestest Cafe", oh and some drag queens :-) And let's not forget Mykonos resto in Seminyak ;-)
... culture every day. Bali feels very different to the rest of south east Asia, with the main religion being Balinese Hindu, whereas the other countries I've been too have been Buddhist. The Balinese people are very religious, for example 3 times a day tiny leaf trays are prepared and set out with incense sticks and holy water. ...
... had another moped drama, very similar to the last one (bloody rainy season) and got caught in the middle of nowhere in a storm. We rode back to hundreds of local people huddled in various shelters along the of the road waiting for it to stop and laughing at us the whole way! It was worth it though as we got to visit the Ulu Watu temple, perched on a cliff side and indulged in a performance of Kecak, a Balinese dance where the music is provided by 50 topless men ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Agung Village Kuta
This hotel is within easy walking distance of shopping, the beach and the nightlife yet it still manages to be the quietest place I have ever stayed in. It was a great way to get into the swing of the holiday, but still be amongst it. The staff were great, they always greeted you with a smile and helped where they could.
I could not recommend this hotel more highly.
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