Furama Villas & Spa Ubud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFurama Villas & Spa Ubud Badung
The grounds of Furama were beautiful and the villas were amazing, with their own swimming pools and a day bed. The staff was very friendly and professional and the spa was an incredible experience. I only wish there was a gym facility, but a run through the rice paddies nearby was perfectly sufficient.
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After our long and uncomfortable wait at the airport we were finally off, sadly leaving Australia behind us. Our flight took us 8 hours to Kuala Lumpur where we quickly made our way back to the gate (we'd been there before on our way to Australia, we knew the drill!) and only had about an hour to wait for our connecting flight. We hopped onto another plane and made the 3ish hour journey to Denpasar on the island of Bali ...
... of gender and there are only five names so if you are the sixth child you start from number one again. It must be very confusing for them because so many people in the country have the same name. But we have been meeting locals with names like yo yo Jol and Nikki so they obviously use some kind of nickname to identify themselves with.
Back to our hotel at 9pm, ate sick diner at a really nice restauarant on beachwalk in kuta.
Passed out in the room after our shower.
... to bring home. We went from this bustling market place up into the hills to the quiet of the paddy fields where we bought a coconut leaf hat and some poorly printed postcards from a very insistent little girl. The odd thing is that as soon as you succumb to one, all the postcard sellers see you as an easy target. It is very hard not to give in and buy loads. The coconut leaf hat was for my mum who had left hers at the hotel, the guy who was selling them ...
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