Villa Aya

Address: Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | 5 star villa
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This 5 star villa, located on Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak, Kuta, is near Rice Terraces of Tegalalang and Ubud, Tirtagangga Water Garden, Bodyworks Seminyak, and Jari Menari.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Aya Kuta

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Kuta

Bali Vacation 2015

A travel blog entry by nathan.doumit on Aug 20, 2015

42 photos

... Day 2 – Wednesday 12 August

It was a rainy morning in Bali, but not for too long as I felt ready to take a refreshing dip in the resort pool after I had breakfast in the resort restaurant. The food selection was pretty impressive. The sun peaked out of the clouds and after I swam I hired a scooter for the rest of my stay in Bali from a trusted online rental company. I didn't realise that there were waiting for me in the hotel lobby as I was expecting them to be waiting for ...


A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Jun 17, 2015

30 photos

... beauty, our taste buds got a flavor for the local cuisine and luckily for us we had the opportunity to learn how to make some! Our favorite food by far was nasi goreng, Indonesian fried rice. We also tried and enjoyed chicken and pork satay, smoked duck, ox tail soup and Balinese crepes. This island had a unique culture for us to observe and be surrounded by. Bali is an incredible place to visit and we absolutely enjoyed our time ...

A Walk On The Wild Side

A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 17, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... the darker the clouds became. The moment we arrived the heavens opened and we were dropped out into the open with no hope of shelter. It was like a monsoon had struck and areas had already began to flood. Cars waded through water and people went about their business as normal. Fortunately, once more the transport lords smiled upon us for a taxi appeared out of thin air. We shuffled in out of the storm and made for a nearby resort. The roads had literally turned to small rivers but ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by leandglenn on Dec 22, 2014

13 photos

... to drain out and it runs down into open bamboo pipes into canoe like barrels. The wife does the shovelling.
They then take it outside into bamboo troughs and put a thin layer of water in them and in 1 day it crystallises into salt....which they collect. If it rains, the process slows to 2 days.
they then bag it and sell it.
I purchased a big bag for 30 000rp ($3) and a small one for $1.50.
They were very pleased to meet us and that we ...

Planet of the... monkies

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... I wouldn't consider fruit a breakfast on any day of the week, but out here a bowl of melon, mango and banana topped with coconut seems right. She went away, cooked breakfast and brought it back to our bungalow (on her head) so that we could eat it by the plunge pool, you don't get that kind of service at a Travelodge! Noise aside we said we would head out anyway, so we visit the Sacred Monkey Forest, which does what it says on the tin. Monkies hanging around temples in a ...