MannaKebun Villas & Resort

Address: 118 Jalan Raya, Senggigi, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia | Villa
 
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This villa is located on 118 Jalan Raya, Senggigi.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMannaKebun Villas & Resort Senggigi

Reviewed by zawmaw

Memorable Stay

Reviewed Jun 11, 2013
by (2 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

It was our first stop in Lombok and we were blown away by the hospitality of the people there. We arrived early and they had a villa waiting for us.

The villa was spacious and clean. It was also decorated with fresh flowers. The pool was clean and refreshing. Food was good and reasonably priced too!

Everywhere you walked in the villa, you were greeted by the staff with a smile and a 'Good Morning/Afternoon'. Your needs were well tended to.

I would definitely stay in MannaKebun again at my next visit to Lombok!

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TripAdvisor Reviews MannaKebun Villas & Resort Senggigi

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Senggigi

Our Honeymoon

A travel blog entry by zawmaw on Jun 11, 2013

8 photos

We were contemplating on where to spend our honeymoon. Both of us love the sea and a laidback kinda trip so we did some research and talked to people. We've heard some great reviews about Lombok from friends and colleagues so we decided to make it our destination and haven't regretted that decision. Lombok, unlike its famous neighbour, Bali, is so …

Lombok in 3 days!

A travel blog entry by shanebourdage on Feb 19, 2014

13 photos

Well I arrived in Indonesia not really having a great idea what to expect. My first night I decided to crash at a hotel near the airport, it was a great room and a good sleep to say the least. Checked out the next morning and grabbed a taxi to the $5 public ferry on the north coast of Bali. I wasn't doing it to save money that’s for sure, …

Surf's Up in Lombok

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 23, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... and the fun began. It really is an annoying sport in the sense that there is way more work than reward involved. Every time you ride a good wave it is sheer joy for moments, but then the agony of having to paddle all the way back out sets in and the elation quickly transforms into exhaustion. Salt water has defiantly become easier to swim in for me but still not so enjoyable. My eyes are always burning, my mouth is disgusting, my skin is still so itchy ...

Happy Birthday Mr Phil

A travel blog entry by inhovea on Jul 19, 2014

30 photos

... around the hotel and came back very enthusiastic about the quirky art and facilities.
It was getting dark so we headed back, stopping to take a group photo on the beach. When we got back Gusti was missing - he had taken the car to pick us up. Preparations for dinner were well under way so we showered (the girls did, the boys just lolled about in the pool) and headed to the beach side part of the property.
The staff outdid themselves ...

Raging rivers, waterfalls and volcanos PART 1

A travel blog entry by melnbruce on May 23, 2014

9 photos

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There are a number of treks options you can take ranging from 2 days to 6 days and no shortage of tour companies that want to take you. A big no no is to climb without a guide and this should be respected. The Indonesian people are protective of their sacred mountain for religious reasons plus you are supporting the local communities by employing a guide and/ or ...