Bali Agung Village
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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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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 ;-)
... through the town stopping at a small shop which sold T Shirts. Terry had stopped and looked in the window several times before but this time decided to go in. He really liked the simple 'Ohm' designs on the stonewashed T Shirts, so decided to order one which would be made up in the local factory to be picked up later. By this time it was around 16:30 so we started to walk back toward our accommodation. We were still undecided about the three household shrine doors that we had seen ...
... he allowed us to borrow. We spent a bit of time walking around and then headed off back to our driver. We then drove for a while before reaching Lake Batur and Mount Batur, an active volcano. We stopped off so we could get a few photos before heading to our last destination of the the day which was the main temple in Bali, Pura Besakih, also known as the 'Mother Temple'. As soon as we got to Pura Besakih we were bombarded with people trying to sell or ...