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Kopi luwak or civet coffee is a coffee made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. Luwak which age's 4 month is tempted by some red coffee...more
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My brother came to visit me here for 2 days only and I really had no idea what to do/visit. A friend suggested us this place and yeassd we were stunned by its magnificent view! It took us 1 hour 20 minutes ride away from...More
Went here for the coffee - was an interesting experience, they give you free samplers when you buy the coffee. Coffee was nice to try but the poor animals are trapped in cages all day so wouldn’t do this or buy the coffee again.
This is not only happening in this coffee luwak agriculture, that you have to pay extra to get to the swing. It is just a rip off....wait until you go to Wanagiri, just off bedugul, you just need to pay 20k entrance fee and you...More
It is just not the Luwak Coffee process that is of interest here. There are the various tropical plants and spices on show and the staff are very informative. Of course, the relaxing coffee on the deck overlooking the valley cannot be beaten.
Lovely people, lovely views, lovely complimentary taster of teas and coffees, worth a visit.
BUT please don’t buy the Luwak coffee. It’s a total gimik. The poor cats are kept in tiny cages and force fed coffee. It totally defeats the natural process (cats choose...More
What a beautiful place. Free entrance which includes tasting of coffees and teas, the only thing that incurs a cost is the tasting of Luwak coffee which is still a generous price. You are taken on a really informative tour with a chance to take...More
Interesting place to see how the local luwak coffee is made. Set in beautiful location, high above breathtaking views of rice fields. Property includes and is surrounded by various exotic flora like cocoa, durian, aloe vera, vanilla, clove, mahkota dewan and pineapple.
Entrance is free...More
Visited this place during my trip to Bali. It is a coffee plantation with georgeous and beautiful view! Amazing experiences! The speciality of "luwak coffee" its wonderful! The entrance fee already inclusive for 8 kinds of coffee tester & some snacks. There is a "bali...More
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Hi, we visited the place in couple and took around 30 - 45 minutes (including the time of taking a coffee degustation at the bar and shop). I guess the kids will share interest in the animals but not that much in the process... More
Hi, we visited the place in couple and took around 30 - 45 minutes (including the time of taking a coffee degustation at the bar and shop). I guess the kids will share interest in the animals but not that much in the process of making coffee, but still for you it is nice to taste the local coffees, so I would still plan a 30 to 45 minutes visit there. You will also enjoy all the different medicinal plantations on site.
Hi, I would like to have the quote price for below mention tour site and airport transport. Some of the places from below mentioned list, or suggest the best places to visit during my period. 1)Uluwatu Temple – Pura Luhur 2)Pura Tanah Lot 3)Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake) 4)Dolphin sightings at Lovina 5)Ubud 6)Party at Kuta Beach 7)Coffee plantation at Bali Pulina Agro Tourism 8)Hike/Climb Mount Batur at Kintamani n some shopping places during evening time....More
January 14, 2014|
Hi rock, You need to contact drivers in Bali to give you a quote on your tours. Trip Advisor can't do that for you. Ask the forum for recommendations for drivers saying what area you will be staying in. Make a list of 3 or 4 drivers and email them with your itinerary to get ideas and quotes. From 2 or 4 replies you will be able to gauge which one is going to suit you.
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Pricess for Attractions in Bali (3 Replies)
Hi, Could anyone help us in letting us know the entrance pricess for the below attractions? And if anything else that could be included as well? 1. tirta ganga 2. Uluwatu Temple – Pura Luhur 3. Pura Tanah Lot 4. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake) 5. Ubud Sacred Monkey Forest 6. Coffee plantation at Bali Pulina Agro Tourism 7. Jatiluwih-Tamblingan 8. bali elephant tours Best Regards
June 14, 2014|
Cant promise these are 100% up to date but at least will give you an idea. BALI ENTRANCE FEES Taman Ayun 15,000 Jati Luwih 10,000 Tanah Lot 30,000 Besakih Temple 20,000 + guide 50,000 per couple Tegalalang 5,000 Kintamani 10,000 Ubud Monkey Forest 30,000 GWK 100,000 Uluwatu Temple 20,000 Uluwatu Fire Dance 70,000 Ulun Danu, Lake Bratan 30,000 Bedugul 30,000 Alas Kedaton 15,000 Lake Buyun/Tamblingan free Gigit Waterfall 5,000 Banjar Hot Springs 5,000 Buddhist Temple...More
Asking for recommendations for kids friendly tour in Ubud (6 Replies)
Hiya all I am planning to take the kids (7yo and 3yo) to the Monkey Forest as well as the Bali Pulina Agro Tourism on our Bali holiday next week. Anything else can we do here that is suitable to young kids? I am really after something that the kids find exciting, so visiting temples etc may not be what we are after. Thanks in advance!!!
June 25, 2015|
Hi we took the Jegeg bali cycling tour with an 8yr old and 2 1/2 yr old in baby seat. They both enjoyed it as we did. A very easy ride with an amazing meal at the end. We felt safe after the initial 5 mins which was on a main road, but after that smooth sailing