Sekar Taman I Villas

Address: side street off Jalan Laksmana, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
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This villa, located on side street off Jalan Laksmana, Seminyak, is near La Lucciola Beach, Tirtagangga Water Garden, Bodyworks Seminyak, and Jari Menari.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsSekar Taman I Villas Seminyak

        Reviewed by wine2nite

        A great find for accommodations!

        Reviewed Oct 14, 2014
        by (12 reviews) Denver, Co , Costa Rica Flag of Costa Rica

        The Taman Ayu is a fantastic place to stay. Rooms are great and they are adding more. We have the oldest and smallest room, but it has the best view and is the only one with 2 beds. Our host and his family are very hospitable and go out of their way to attend our every need. We are paying about $14 a night for the two of us and that includes breakfast. Highly recommend the Taman Ayu for your stay in Munduk.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Sekar Taman I Villas Seminyak

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Seminyak

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        A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Aug 18, 2015

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        A travel blog entry by goodner on Dec 23, 2014

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        A travel blog entry by edweston on Oct 29, 2014

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        ... Meno. It was a wonderful time together and we were all sorry to say farewell. Even now, after a few day, Bardy still refers to the villa they stayed in as "Nanna and Grandad's house" and looks suspiciously at the other guests who have stayed there since as they go in and out. We still have a few more days on the island which we will use to try and distract us from the fast approaching reality of our return journey; it's less than a week now. More cocktails should do the ...

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        A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Jul 08, 2014

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