Sitara Padi Villas

Address: Jl. Bumbak Kauh, Kerobokan, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | Villa
 
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Location

This villa, located on Jl. Bumbak Kauh, Kerobokan, is near Tirtagangga Water Garden, La Lucciola Beach, Bodyworks Seminyak, and Jari Menari.
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    Travel Blogs from Kerobokan

    Malaysia , Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia

    A travel blog entry by loriworldtrip on Apr 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... here are very religious. The Royal Temple a landmark of historical architecture build in the 17th century is our second stop.This temple complex shows exquisite wooden shrines and beautiful carved gates. Our last stop is Bali's most photographed temple, TANAH LOT This 16th century temple is build 656 feet off shore on rocks that are surrounded by aqua waters and white surf. It is truly a sight to see. It is a long way back to the ship passing some rice fields and rice terraces. I ...

    Worn out

    A travel blog entry by cbrimer on Apr 16, 2015

    15 photos

    ... waters, and some painters and jewellers. It was a nice day, but exhausting! I'd forgotten what it's like to do much other than a couple of hours of yoga in a day. So today I'm resting up by the pool at Nick's place. Lol I've decided that the Happy Inn just isn't happy enough for me. I think it's the fact that the sink seems to drain directly onto the kitchen floor, so when I wash my clothes, I end up ankle deep in water. That and the ants, which are ...

    Bali (Benoa)

    A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Mar 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... hotel that caused the law) can be higher than a palm tree; about 4 stories.

    The stuff the locals were flogging got cheaper as the day went on. Batik (probably cheap stuff printed in China) started out at $10, then went to $5, then was only a buck! We never bought any of it, but the guy who haggled the price of carvings from $50 to $20 for two and found them later for a dollar each wasn’t too happy.

    Now, I promised myself I would not ...

    Hari Aum Tat Sat

    A travel blog entry by tahltravels on Sep 17, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... I mean, really? Actually, Vagabonding has left me with a treasure trove of quotes to follow up, and it's worth reading it for that alone.

    Being here has taught me that stories, even our own, don't have clearly defined beginnings and endings. The page doesn't turn by itself, and the chapter doesn't finish when we expect it to. I've learned that I'm capable of sitting and concentrating over a thirteen hour day. Who would have believed that!

    My new internal ...

    The mother temple of Bali ��

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 02, 2014

    ... Agung and Lake Batur, where me and Anna decided against the amazing but rather expensive all you can eat buffet with the best views and instead had pot noodles and a mango (which cost us 75 pence together). Bargain hunters! 3) Pura Tirtha Empul - For more than a thousand years, Balinese worshipers have been drawn to Pura Tirta Empul, whose sacred spring is said to have been created by Indra and to have curative properties. The tradition continues almost unchanged at the ...