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Upside Down World Bali
Upside Down World Bali adds to the growing list of fun indoor activities on the island, where you can enter seven specially designed rooms whose décor and furniture are simply, and deliberately, the wrong way up. It is where you can enjoy a fun day out with your partner or friends and strike many whacky poses, only to end up as gravity-defying stunts in photos. Selfie sticks don’t really work here… but don’t worry, friendly staff are on standby to help you with shots.
Among the most favourite theme rooms at Upside Down World Bali are the master bedroom, the kitchen and dining room, the laundry, and the 90-degrees ‘Balinese room’ which features ornate wooden carvings and antique furniture. This room is perfect for couples, who often share a slightly intimate pose, but silly nonetheless, where one sits on the sofa while holding a cup, and the other scales the wall ‘pouring’ from a teapot.
Upside Down World Bali is definitely a place to take some interesting pictures, however, it always helps if you know how to set up poses and take the best angles. Bring a tripod. And, always try to ask the staff who can guide you through the disorientating rooms, suggest the most common poses that people take if you can’t think of your own, and even take the shot for you. Two of its rooms feature 3D art. Entrance is IDR 100,000 for adults and IDR 50,000 for kids with a maximum height of 1.2m. Upside Down World Bali is halfway on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, the main street heading towards Sanur from Kuta.
Adult $10 AUD
Kid $5 AUD
09:00 – 21:00
Upside Down World Bali
Address: Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 726, Pemogan, Denpasar
Tel: +62 (0)361 847 3053
Big Garden Corner Bali
Big Garden Corner is a recreational family destination which is located in Denpasar within the concept of garden and statues altogether included with kids playground and portable swimming pool, also this is the place where you could see the longest sleeping Ganesha in Bali and the replica of Candi Borobudur. Also don't forget to stop by our restaurant and have your Asian or European meal. We also allowed some privacy events such as Birthday Party, Wedding Ceremony and other events with affordable prices. With low prices, Big Garden Corner became the one of the best recreational family destination, particularly in Denpasar, Bali.
After buying the ticket, you will have to go to the exchange stand to refund your ticket either into a gelato, or one soft drink. One ticket can only refund you one of those products, however you still can get them in the restaurant. We have plenty photography spot such as Stone Henge, Hanging Umbrella, Stupa, Standing Stones, Candi, Tree-house, Relief, Lying Ganesha, Locks of Love, Lotus Pond, Tree Cave, Kidz Playground, Traditional Kitchen, Mini-Water Fountain, Colourful Bin Bag, Pergola and many more.
Big Garden Corner are not just as a normal recreational family destination, instead also a stone carving wholesaler with a definete low price. There are different types of stone carving that we sell which some of the choices are relief, pots and bowls, budha statues, lux products, casted statues and many more choices.
Entry fee cost is $5 for each person
Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kesiman, Denpasar Tim., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80237, Indonesia
We Absolutely loved spending the day at the beachfront Finn's Beach club, Orininally went there for breakfast but ended up staying and having lunch as well. only 10 minutes from Seminyak town square , We spent the day just lazing away in the sun from the comfort of our day beds on the white sand beach next to a stunning 30 metre infinity edge pool with its own swim up pool bar and kids favourite underwater speakers!!
From the second we stepped in typically of the Balinese people we were greeted with smiles and seated by our day beds, couldn't go pass the striking bamboo structure which was specifically designed to allow every guest to have a guaranteed sunset view. its just stunning.
B R E A K F A S T
fresh tropical fruit, cake, scrambled eggs with toast and the coffee was amazing i had about FOUR while we were there.
Monday - Sunday 9:00 am - 12:00 am
Free Entrance. Minimum spend applies before 6pm
Day Beds Available with minimum spend which includes;
Full Beach Club Facilities, use of day bed, bean bag or deck chair, Towels, Umbrella, Swimming Pool and Pool Bar, Change Rooms, Premium WiFi, Night Surfing from Sunset,
$10 - $32
FINNS BEACH CLUB – CANGGU
Jalan Pantai Berawa, Canggu, Bali
Ph: +62 (361) 844 6327 / 28
Jamie’s Italian Restaurant
A stone’s throw away from the famous Kuta Beach, Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver sits in the heart of Bali’s busy entertainment and shopping district. The restaurant is rustic with a Jamie twist and echoes Bali’s history, featuring beautiful work by local artists.
From the sunny street-facing terrace to the large bar and bustling open kitchen, you can’t help but get caught up in the buzz. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a long lunch in the sun, a post-surf pizza, a late dinner or an ice cold beer while soaking up the atmosphere.
Many of the dishes on our menu are inspired by Jamie’s visits to Italy and the stories of Gennaro's upbringing on the Amalfi coast. Gennaro’s stories have added substance to what is now the essence of Jamie’s Italian – tradition combined with current, innovative ideas and a Jamie twist! For the full Menu Click Here
The kids Menu is like no other Kids choose there meals looking via a 3D view finder and all meals are served with a fresh shake-me salad jar making it so much fun and enjoyable for kids. Click Here for Kids Menu
Desserts are just amazing as the meals they are also freshly made in house from Rasberry ripple Pavlova to Vanilla Panna Cotta they will satisfy anyone sweet tooth for the full dessert menu Chick Here
Bonus Exclusive for Hard Rock Hotel Bali in house guest, enjoy 20% discount for food by showing Rockstar’s Backstage Pass.
Kuta BeachJalan Pantai Kuta
Banjar Pande MasKuta, Bali80361Indonesia
One of Bali’s most well-known fine dining restaurants, Sardine serves French cuisine in a setting of green rice paddies and banana trees. The restaurant itself sits in a bamboo pavilion and serves up fresh and healthy organic produce from the farm.
It has the most beautiful setting and the food is fantastic, mostly seafood and french inspired with traditional Balinese meals also on the menu we loved the views of the rice fields from the dining area.
Sardine sources vegetables from its own organic garden. More than half the restaurant is dedicated to a working rice field, allowing tourist to walk around the rice field. Sardine has a big wow factor from the second you arrive Highly recommend.
Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 9pm
Sardine Restaurant Bali
Jalan Petitenget 21, Kerobokan, Seminyak
Kunyit Restaurant is the ideal introduction to the traditional delicacies of Bali and Indonesia, providing a sensory dining experience that specializes in local cuisine. “Kunyit” means turmeric, which is one of the key ingredients incorporated into many of the dishes served. The Bali Aga influence, meanwhile, is experienced not only in the traditional family style of dining, where a selection of dishes are served to be shared, but also in touches of the architecture and décor of this comfortable, contemporary venue.
Kunyit also offers various entertainments for its guests during the week with Fire Dance shows every Wednesday and flavors of Balinese and Indonesian cuisine with Bali’s marvelous Barong and Legong Dance performance every Saturday. All performances start from 7 p.m. onwards and the famous Megibung package pictured above is available every day during lunch and dinner only $35 per couple which includes dessert.
This was our first time trying traditional Megibung and we love the experience at Kunyit Resturant. The staff were super friendly and keen to share and teach us the stories behind Megibung.
At Kunyit Restaurant, there’s two type of Megibung that you can choose from: Tenganan and Bali Aga. Each offers different specialties.
The Tenganan set starts with three types of satay, followed with Komoh Ikan soup, then 6 items from fish, chicken and prawns served on a big tray. Meanwhile, the Bali Aga set contains pork.
For starters you receive two types of satay, followed with Cramcam Ayam soup and 6 items. Each set is served with two types of sambal and white and red rice options, plus a platter of traditional dessert pictured above on the right.
What we loved the most about Megibung at Kunyit is the whole experience. From the detailed explanation and back story of each dish and Megibung. To the staff providing a small bowl which the pour water to wash our hands with, this is because Megibung are often enjoyed with our hands. This is a experience usually reserved for the elites. Overall the Kunyit Restaurant is the ideal for families to be introduced to traditional delicacies and customs of Bali and Indonesia and we highly recommend you try it.
Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban, BALI - INDONESIA
Once a sleepy village with a quiet, beautiful sweep of beach, Kuta today has become a popular beach destination in its own right, alive with tourists from all over the world, swimming, surfing or sunbathing by the beach. Others, casually dressed in shorts, T-shirts and flip-flops stroll along its main road, shopping around or enjoying meals at its many open air restaurants. When in Kuta you know that you are in a holiday town, and people here are in a holiday mood. "Bali time" as the locals say relaxed and care free
Back in the 1960’s the only hotel was the Kuta Beach Hotel, but soon without much planning, Kuta developed rapidly into a mecca for surfers and backpackers, while the high end market preferred to stay at the more sedate Sanur village on the opposite side of the peninsula. With time, Kuta’s popularity grew, and shops, restaurants, discos hotels, - from the simple to the exclusive - sprang up along the main road from Kuta to Legian, catering to the ever increasing holiday crowd, that not only included international tourists but also domestic visitors from Jakarta and other big cities.
If you love bargains than Poppies Lane I and II are for you, Poppies lanes are two separate narrow streets, both of which connect from Kuta beach road to Legian and Kuta's nightclubs hub, all within an easy 10 or 15-minute stroll.
Both lanes have become popular walking streets lined with shops, bars, restaurants and where you can get a good massage starting from around $5 AUD for 1 hour. Beware of the traffic on your walks though, as Poppies Lane II also serves as a shortcut for scooters, cars and taxis.
Our kids love bargains as do i and save up their money to buy thing when we go markets ect once we started walking the streets of poppies lane they couldn't believe they found Nike school bags for $10, Adidas trainers for $20 and watches for $3 all cheap knock-offs of course but never the least it kept them happy and more money in there pockets for ice-cream.
Knock-off Rolexes and cheap designer bags are a regular sight here, so shopping in Kuta does offer a unique shopping adventure. Prices vary, but with the wide range of choices, you are bound to come across a bargain deal or an item that suits your budget.
Clothing: below you will see Julia's shop on Poppies lane 2 honest prices and very friendly
No.33, Kuta phone: 087 760 063 389
Fresh Fruit Stalls
There are lots of great fresh fruit stalls around bali with differnt tropical fruits you dont normally see at home. I suggest avoiding already cut or prepared fruits and always wash before eating.
Keep your eye out for the famous doughnut man. He travels around Legian / Kuta on a bike and sells the most delicious donuts for only 5,000 IDR (0.50 cents AUD) each.
Moving around Kuta its very fun and simple. You can go around on foot or you can rent a bike or motorcycle for around $8 a day.
At the end of Poppies Lane II, on Jalan Legian is a memorial for all the people that lost their lives in the Bali bombings in 2002. All the names of the people who died are listed by the country that they came from. Directly across the road from the memorial is the empty site of the Sari Club which was one of the 2 clubs that was bombed.
There are plenty of taxis that can take you to Kuta beach. You can rent these by the meter or by the hour. Taking your own car is not recommended as parking here is very tight.
Jl. Raya Kuta No.1, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud is famous for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies involving the subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century. Tegallalang forms the three most splendid terraced landscapes in Ubud's shared region, with the others being in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan.
The Tegallalang rice terraces alone offers a scenic outlook that spreads down before you and away to the rice paddies on the slopes across the valley. The high roadside location is cool and breezy and it is a well-known spot for tourists to stop and take photos. Painters and nature lovers also enjoy visiting this spot, and there are numerous art kiosks and cafes near the ledge offering their ware.
To enter the Tegalalang rice field, you need to pay IDR 15.000 / $1.50 AUD per person Kids are free , which you need to pay before your enter the site. Around the area of Tegalalang rice field, there are many shops and restaurants selling food,drink and gifts . You can sit facing toward the green rice field. The restaurants also offer local and western food with affordable price.
You can also choose to walk down and around the rice fields trough the steep walking tracks be mindful you may have to pay the locals donations to go through their paths and bridges.
The Tegalalang rice terrace are open 24 hours. However, for the restaurant or cafe, have an opening time, regularly from 09:00 – 18:00.
Tegallalang Rice Terrace
Jalan Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561
our BALI TRAVEL TIPS
Getting to Bali
Customs and Etiquette
These tips are quite basic and easy to follow and will make a huge difference to your first experience of Bali.
Everybody has their favourite places to shop here is a list of the ones that we love
Places we highly recommend:
Taxi: I know i may sound like a broken record and have mentioned Blue bird heaps of times but they are the best!, I suggest that you down load their App (my bluebird) prior to arrival it was a life saver for me. You can book a taxi and cancel it at any time without having to add you location which is great if you have no idea where you are. They only take a few minutes to come and get you. It also give you an estimated price.
Money exchange: if you need to change money ensure you do it at a proper exchange place. The smaller ones that are hidden within other shops are not always 100% trust worthy. There is one at the corner of Poppies lane 1 that is fantastic. Just ensure that you recount your money before leaving any exchange place.
Did you buy too many clothes? I always do, I used to just go and get another suitcase except this time I discovered a fabulous company called 'We suck Bali' who will come to your hotel room with vacuum bags and for only $6.50 AUD (65,000IDR) each bag. It was the best $6.50 I have ever spent. You can contact him
via his Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/wesuckbali/ )
Washing service: For just $3 a kilo Nikki spa & laundry will come and collect your washing in the morning and return it at night contact her via her face book page ( https://www.facebook.com/nikki.spa.laundry/ )
Tattoo: There is a fantastic parlor called Leon's Holiday ink in Legian they are fantastic, Clean and reasonably priced. Address: JL Benasari No.22 Kuta, kebupaten Badung,
There are a few discount supermarkets that locals buy their goods that they sell on the streets that are pretty cheap here are a couple that I went to: Krishna, Bagus, batahari, nurmala, Gelael, Batubalan.
Other bits and bobs:
Also on a quick note don't bother taking any drinks to the airport, as soon as you arrive it gets confiscated then once you are in the main food area you can purchase a drink but ensure that you drink it because prior to sitting at your gate there is another security check and drinks will be confiscated then again.
Flights: If you are flying Jetstar please note that some of the aircraft do not accept cash you can only purchase using a credit or debit card.
Do not leave Australia without at least 2 bottles of sunscreen and 2 bottles of insect repellent if you buy it in Bali it will set you back around $25AUD each, I learnt the hard way the first time.
Don't be scared to barter, they always say the first price quite high because they are expecting you to barter. My trick is to tell them a price a few dollars under what you want to spend eventually you should get it for what you really want to spend, if they don't budge don't be afraid to walk away you will find the exact same thing elsewhere.
Ensure that the day you arrive in Bali your passport is still valid for at least 6 months or you will be rejected entry. For example if you arrive on January 1st your passport must be valid until 1st of July.
La Plancha, is a colorful cafe restaurant on Mesari Beach at Seminyak’s southern end, the splashes of colours throughout its two-level structure stand out from all the other cafes along the shoreline.
The menu is full of tasty grills and Spanish cuisine. But most of all we fell in love with the large and colourful umbrellas by its comfy beanbags around mini tables laid out on the sand.
Living up to its name, La Plancha (literally ‘the grill’) serves a variety of Spanish and barbecued foods. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cafe is a perfect for morning beach strolls, a day out in the waves or for fun evening gatherings. with live bands and DJs on given days.
If your in the area of Seminyak, we recommend you check out La Plancha for that perfect relaxing dining experience bonus the sunset here is just stunning
Mon – Sun 8.30am – Midnight
$4 - $19
I would recommend making a reservation before arriving as it gets quite busy in the evenings .
Mesari Beach, Jalan Dhyana Pura, Seminyak
Royal Temple Taman Ayun
Taman Ayun Temple is a landmark in the village of Mengwi, Badung regency, located 17km northwest of Denpasar. This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds.
The name ‘Taman Ayun’ translates as ‘beautiful garden’. The vast encircling pools were once royal recreational places for the palace maids who would sail small canoes. Now the pools and ponds are fenced and visitors are denied entrance.
Entrance fee to the Taman Ayun Temple is $3AUD
Village of Mengwi, Badung regency, approximately 17km northwest from Denpasar.
Temple in Bratan Lake
The Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is both a famous picturesque landmark and a significant temple complex located on the western side of the Beratan Lake in Bedugul, central Bali. The whole Bedugul area is actually a favorite cool upland weekend and holiday retreat for locals and island visitors alike from the southern and urban areas, as it is strategically located, connecting the island’s north and south.
Ulun Danu Beratan, literally ‘the source temple of Lake Beratan’, is easily the island’s most iconic sanctuary sharing the scenic qualities with the seaside temples of Uluwatu and Tanah Lot. The smooth reflective surface of the lake surrounding most of the temple’s base creates a unique floating impression, while the mountain range of the Bedugul region encircling the lake provides the temple with a scenic backdrop.
Entering the temple gates, instantly noticeable are the typical Balinese architectural features and the tiered shrines. Inside the complex, the three main shrines are dedicated to the worship of god Vishnu which boasts 11 tiers, god Brahma with seven 7 tiers and Shiva with three tiers.
Visits to the Ulun Danu Beratan temple are subject to an entrance fee of IDR 10,000 $1AUD
Opening Hours: 08:00–18:00
Ulun Danu Beratan is located on the western lakeside of the Beratan Lake in the village of Candi Kuning highland region of Bedugul, Tabanan Regency
Ok well i can tell you now... Sea Circus is not an actual circus but the most insta-famous cafe in bali . As the name suggest its actually and very trendy and popular restaurant, cocktail bar & coffee den. Located in Seminyak.
Open Everyday from 7.30am you will find the kitchen sending out the best acai bowls, chilli scrambled eggs and breakfast burritos on the island. Whether it’s a chai tea and chia porridge or an eggs benedict and a bloody mary they have your cravings covered.
Kids loved the milk shakes of cause , On holidays we especially like to try a little bit of everything, so we encourage you to as well. The menu offers a variety of little and larger dishes and they are all so yummy
22 Jalan Kayu Aya Seminyak, Bali.
Tropicana cafe & churros
If your looking for Great coffee and Something sweet you need to try Tropicana cafe & churros in Seminyak it is amazing and worth the trip there. They are know for The Best Churros, Crepes and Buddha Bowls in Bali!
Tropicana Cafe & Churros is the perfect example Spanish charm. The café’s surrounded by beautiful murals of flamingos and other colorful paintings blend in with beautiful rice paddy views .
Kids loved the classic style Spanish Churros with choice of cinnamon or icing sugar , you can always opt for the classic long churros served with your preferred sauce kids fav chocolate or go for icecream sandwich or bowl options.
The chocolate dipping sauce was amazing!
The top of the restaurant is also a great feature which over looks the rice field surrounding the building.
We definitely recommend visiting here if you have the time especially if your a coffee lover like me!
Jl umalas1 # 54 seminyak umalas
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Call +62 857-3735-7708
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. is a fun American themed restaurant chain located in the heart of Kuta. They created the whole them around Forrest Gump (the movie starring Tom Hanks) experience complete with their version of the characters’ favourite food. and specializing in shrimps or what we call it Prawns.
The restaurant is decorated in a ‘60s setting. The staffs were incredibly cheerful and every so often you’ll hear them singing happy birthday with or making cocktails with a big dance and song. There were number plates (Run Forrest Run and Stop Forrest Stop) on each table to signal the waiters rather than just calling out for attention which they would run to you once changed.
They provided fun entertainment for kids and adults and dance and sing while bringing out your food kids loved it!
Sunday - Thursday 11am - 10pm
Friday & Saturday 11am - 11pm
Monday - Friday: 3pm to 6pm
Komplek Pertokoan Kuta Centre, Blok A1 No. 1, Jl. Kartika Plaza, No. 8X, Kuta, Bali
We had the pleasure of visiting Sunday's Beach Club on our stay in Bali and the kid's fell absolutely in love with it. Located on the Bukit Peninsula, it is absolutely stunning with its white sand beach and perfectly blue water on the Bukit Peninsula, Were every day is Sunday…so they say.
Sundays Beach Club offers a memorable experience like no other. Families can choose to Relax to the cool tunes and enjoy friendly Balinese service or take out a kayak or stand up paddle board at low tide and Swim or snorkel in the crystal clear lagoon.
The Resort itself is incredible stunning. With its privacy, which is why its one of the top chosen accommodation for celebrities such as model Jennifer Hawkins, The resort is made up of private villas with a cliff side pool and an breath taking view of the ocean.
To get to Sunday's Beach, We hired a Blue bird taxi driver for that day for about $40 AUD and shouted them lunch and dinner which allowed us to stay the whole day and guaranteeing we had no issues getting back again to our resort in Kuta. The resultant is run by acclaimed Australian chef James Viles, and the menu uses only the finest local ingredients.
8am — 10pm
(Open for Breakfast from 8am)
Adult — Rp. 300,000 $30AUD
Child — Rp. 50,000 $5AUD (3-11 years)
Children under 3 — Free
Full beach club and inclinator access, towel and wifi
Rp. 150,000 ($15AUD) food and beverage credit
(valid with purchase of adult day pass only)
Kayaks, snorkeling equipment and stand up paddle boards (subject to tides and availability)
View Daily Tide Chart
KUTA BEACH IN BALI
Kuta Beach is located on the western side of the island and is considered Bali's most famous beach resort destination. Kuta Beach is also minutes away from the Airport. The nearby resorts of Legian and Seminyak are all within close walking distance. Once a simple, rustic and quiet fishing village, Kuta Beach has witnessed a transformation over the past years due to the rapid growth of visitors, beachcombers and art lovers from nearby Australia.
Expatriates also helped pioneer surfing in Kuta, as well. Although a rather frenzied traffic scene has become commonplace and Kuta Beach continues to attract thousands of visitors every year with its unique charm. During the peak season from July to August and the holiday season for Christmas and New Year, Kuta Beach is regularly fully-booked by travellers looking forward to a pleasant and affordable Bali escape.
Visitors can do activities such as parasailing, banana boat trips or surfing. Women offer traditional Indonesian massage on the beach and others plaiting hair or trying to sell souvenirs ect.
The five km long sandy stretch of Kuta is arguably the best beach front in Bali. The beach is safe, partially clean, well-maintained, although the beach vendors remain annoying pushing to sell massages, hair braiding, cigarettes and surf boards.
The long wide stretch of sand is often full of sunbathers and and surfers. As you move north along the beach to first Legian and then Seminyak it becomes progressively quieter and less frenetic.
People gather towards the evening to witness Bali's amazing sunsets
In the mornings you regularly see Balinese people throwing offerings into the sea, The best spot is the temple right next to the beach about 200-250m to the north of the Hard Rock Hotel.
Jl. Raya Kuta No. 1, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
The small village of Celuk is best known for it's gold and silver craftsman. Almost all local residents, work as silver craftsman or involved in selling Balinese Silver, Hand making rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, brooches and all kinds of jewelry.
The village was included on our stopover tour to Ubuds Monkey forest. The silver and gold shops line the roads approximately 10km northeast from Denpasar.
Visitors are welcomed to watch them making the jewelry and you can see the finished products on display , allowing visitors to inspect all the different designs. If you wish to inspect an item closer, you may ask the gallery or shopkeeper to take them out for you, and they will be happy to explain the process of production and other interesting details behind the items.
You will find most of the items have price tags, Doesn't mean you cant bargain for a better deal. Our guide said to Start with half of what the price is on the tag then work you way up.
Celuk Gold and Silversmiths
Jalan Raya Celuk, Sukawati, Gianyar
On our drive to the rice fields we stop the coffee plantations to sample some local coffee blends. These included the world prized Luwak coffee, when i heard coffee i was in heaven untill i found out it coffee that has been pooped out of a cat! Yes i know sounds disgusting but surprisingly its not as bad as it sounds.
Firstly The civet cat eats the coffee cherries, the cherries go through the digestive track and fermentation occurs, and then they pass through the intestines and eventually pooped out. The coffee cherries are then collected up, cleaned, lightly roasted and brewed, these beans yield an aromatic coffee with much less bitterness, widely noted as the most expensive coffee in the world.
After our garden walk, we were seated under gazebo and our guide offered us a free tea & coffee tasting. We had so much fun tasting the different flavours example , and learning about the medicinal benefits the teas have. After hearing all that we had to give Poop coffee a try, sample's of the (poop) coffee as the kids call it cost us around $5 a cup and it wasn't that bad we found it to be smooth and not as strong or bitter.
Entry is Free includes guide tour of the process and Tea and coffee samples
if your interested in tasting the Luwak Coffee sample cup cost $5
and you can purchase some at the store.
Tebasari Bali Agrotourism
Br. Kelingkung, Lodtunduh, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali - Indonesia
We had the pleasure of discovering an experience like no other at the amazing Elephant Safari Park. Our son loved the incredible one on one time he spent with the enormous elephant as she took him into the bathing lake for her morning bath. This exclusive interactive experience is a rare opportunity to ride atop a Sumatran elephant as it splashes and dunks into a bathing lake, one of the elephants favorite rituals of the day. we got to Wash, hug, feed, and interact with the elephant's in a spectacular and personal setting.
We also enjoyed a gourmet breakfast in the park's restaurant that overlooks the lake. Continue to watch the elephants as they soak up and dry off in the dazzling morning sunshine. then enjoyed an elephant talent show where we watch the elephants paint and play with their handlers.
$150AUD - Single Adult Package
$400AUD - Family Package (2x Adults 3x Children)
Guided tour of Elephant Safari Park
Bathing with elephants
Elephant talent show and elephant safari ride
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Bali hotelDuration : 5 hour (approx.)
Without a doubt the Elephant Safari Park in Taro is a MUST for visitors to Bali, and is the ONLY complete elephant experience in the world - making it truly unique.
The Elephant park is the only dedicated elephant rescue park in Bali and for the last 20 years has been involved in the upkeep and breeding of the 27 elephants that were originally saved from government camps in Sumatra. These elephants have now successfully bred naturally to add 4 babies to our herd which showcases the parks commitment to both saving and protecting these endangered species, all of which would have died, had they been left in the Sumatran camps. The owners are fully committed to giving the elephants a comfortable and happy existence for the remainder of their lives as well as educating the public to the dangers faced by this endangered elephants, due to the devastating deforestation happening in their homeland.
ELEPHANT SAFARI PARK & LODGE
Jalan Elephant Park Taro, Taro Village,
Ku De Ta Bali is one of Bali's most prominent hotspots, often considered the trendsetter for upscale beach dining in Seminyak, which eventually inspired other similar enterprises all over the island. The unique layout features a main restaurant area, a dedicated bar, a centrepiece lawn bordering the beachfront, pretty much your one-stop dining and chill-out spot.
Sunday's are Kids Day at Ku De Ta the venue devotes Sunday mornings to the little ones. With kids menu, free jumping castle, arts and crafts and fun activities.
We spent the evening at Ku De Ta for pizza's tapas and to watch the famous sunset along the long the beautiful Saminyak beach front.
Ku De Ta is a perfect venue to enjoy lazy breakfasts, hearty brunches and lunches, as well as pleasing tapas with the close company of friends or a lively sunset gathering with cocktails. It also features intimate, candlelit dinners for two at the pergola. Reservations recommended.
8am to Midnight
$40 AUD for two people
I would recommend making a reservation before arriving as it gets quite busy.
Ku De Ta Bali
Location: Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
Tel: +62 (0)361 736 969
Bali Batuan Temple
Batuan Temple is a local Balinese Hindu temple looked after by the local people of Batuan. The temple is designed very beautiful full of Balinese ornaments.
It is conveniently located on the main road from Denpasar to Ubud making it our first stop on our way to monkey Forrest.
The temple is considered as the oldest temple in Bali and designed with Balinese ornaments and a roof made from the fiber of the coconut tree. For over a thousand years, Batuan has been a village of artists and craftsmen, old legends and mysterious tales. Batuan Temple were built in 944 isaka (1020 AD). Nearly 1000 years old.
Before entering the temple you'll be greeted and given a Sarong (Traditional Balinese lower garment) This is a must for you to wear to show respect and honor of the sacredness of the temple. entry is free. However, you can donate to support the maintenance of the temple.
Address: Jl. Raya Batuan, Batuan, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
The Monkey Forest in Ubud, also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, is one of Bali's most popular attractions a natural forest sanctuary that is home to over 700 grey long-tailed macaques.
Besides watching playful monkeys in their natural habitat, swinging through canopies, lazing along pathways or feeding on bananas, the site offers cool walks along paved pathways through a leafy nutmeg forest. Beautiful ancient temples with guardian statues covered in moss also feature throughout the forest.
Other than the monkeys you can also see 186 species of trees in 12.5 hectares of forest, we were in love with century year old Banyan tree roots hanging over shadowy dragon staircases like something out of an India Jones movie.
$4 for adults and $3 for Child
Mon - Sun 8am - 6pm
Ubud Monkey Forest has local guides and staff ready to assist you during your visit.
Location: Jalan Monkey Forest, Padangtegal, Ubud
Potato Head Beach Club is one of the most happening and chill-out venues in Seminyak, As the locals call it a Destination for Good Times Potato Beach Club is home to two restaurants, three bars, an infinity pool and a 500 square metre lawn that all look over the Indian Ocean.
Designed by Indonesian architect Andra Matin, the Beach Club’s open air, amphitheatre-like structure features an iconic facade of coloured antique shutters, salvaged from across Indonesia.
With one of the best sunset views in Bali, Potato Head Beach Club is the kind of place you could spend all day – swimming in the pool, walk on the beach, sunset cocktail, dinner. The family crowd in the day slowly merges with the party crowd as the night progresses. with
Mon – Sun 10am – 2am
$50AUD for two people
I would recommend making a reservation before arriving as it gets quite busy.
jalan Petitenget 51B, Seminyak