Furama Villas & Spa Ubud
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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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... out to the reef. The water was very clear and we saw several types of colourful fish. The current was quite strong in places and it took a small amount of effort in places to get back to shore. We had a beer to celebrate and I are the majority of a coconut. The Balinese people thought I was crazy for eating the "old" coconut (the hard meat vs the soft slimy inside). Apparently they don't eat that here. When we got back to the ...
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I woke up feeling like ****, but the next day was Nyepi Day and we were leaving the day after that so we had to get out there. I sucked it up and we headed out. We walked to Puputan Park to see the Bajra Sandhi Monument and then continued to the Bali Museum. The museum was closed when we got there, but a guide took us into the temple beside it. He took us around the temple explaining the history ...
... stroking a cute looking monkey but it screamed and nearly munched on my hand the little fecker!
The next thing we booked up was a fire dance at one of the temples, well it wasn't quite as exciting as the bike tour, pretty much a load of semi naked blokes dancing round some fire singing, well making odd sounding noises whilst we all sat in uncomfortable plastic chairs for an hour. Probably the best part of the performance was before the show started where ...
Splashed out on the minibus shuttle from Legian to Padangbai instead of going through the hassle of public buses via Denpasar. It’s a nice little town full of dive shops and the harbour for catching the slow ferry to Lombok from. There are also numerous expensive ‘fast boats’ that shuttle back and forth to the Gili Islands but i need to get back on budget and so am paying 40,000INR for the ferry to Lembar instead. Staying at the Marco Inn on ...