Rai Sandi

Campuhan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Villa

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Day 117: Ubud, Cycle Tour

A travel blog entry by mfln31


... cycling as it was all downhill, stopping to look at a village compound and rice paddies on the way. It was really interesting to see what Balinese villages are like and there were plenty of children running out to wave and shout hello as we rode past. As one of the final stops we reached a 500 year old banyan tree, and split into 2 groups: those who wanted to continue downhill, and those ...

A Unique Three Days

A travel blog entry by bumihills


... style fried rice). We then set out for the nearby village of Blahbatuh to witness a Legong dance performance at the Sudi Dancing School. Here four young female dancers presented a Legong dance for us with precise footwork and finger movements and ornate costumes. We also watched dance students practicing their footwork, and hand and eye movements. Several from our ...

Borneo: Above and Below Sea Level

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... enclosures. The orang utans could technically leave whenever thy want but have become somewhat dependent on the food an care that is provided. We were within about 10m of the platform which made for great viewing but it wasn't until after the feeding we got a real close up. As if planned, 3 orang utans made their way across the rope overhead towards a tree right next to the crowd. From there they descended slowly and crawled right onto the railing only a few feet away from us! ...

Bali by bike? why not !

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... stones on the road being moved from one place to another by woman who carry it on their head. It made for highly active driving to say the least. The weather presented another obstacle on our trip. Everyday I felt like I was driving through all four seasons. In the morning I would be dry, hot and sunny. As we climbed in altitude it would be a cool crisp fall, then the mist comes. The mist is the bane of my existence. it takes away all visibility, surrounds you in a cold, ...

Vegan-yoga-berry-smoothie-sorbet land

A travel blog entry by brynandnate


... spent any time in Kuta, when there was Ubud, is beyond me. Even our strange little hotel, Bima Muka 2 Hostel, has turned out to be fine.

Our hotel tonight is barely listed online- TripAdvisor does not have it, it is only on LonelyPlanet, and there is no phone number for this place. Our taxi driver had a hard time even finding it. We are in one of what seems to be a total of two rooms for rent, within a complex of what look to be former hotel ...


This villa, located on Campuhan, Ubud, is near SANg Spa, Bike-Baik Tours, Banyan Tree Bike Tours, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
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