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Though learning about Kopi Luwak is interesting, and having the different variety of teas and two different types of coffee (Luwak and Bali ground), the swing and zip lining is not worth the costs. I did the zip lining, two stops, and it's average to...More
We came here because I thought this is the “Bali swing” and our private driver took us here when I requested Bali swing. Then I realised there are so many of these swing businesses in the area, the ones in the rice terrace have better...More
They explained us all the process of the Copi Luwak coffee, they also give you 12 different types of tea to try (all of them really good) and then you can buy some in the store. The view of the gardens is awesome. The coffee...More
I originally did not plan to do any swings in Bali after reading about the 'official' Bali Swing (ridiculously expensive price and wait times). However, a driver took us here and we did the couple swing (150,000IDR per person - $$ but better).
We arrived at the entry and were presented with a wrist band and was told "its free". for anyone who has travelles to Bali before, you will be immediarely sceptical, but entry is free.... We had a quick tour of how the coffee is processed...More
We went along to the Terrance River Pool Swing as a group of 6 which included 2 x 30 year olds, 2 teenagers and 2 x 50+ year olds as we wanted our teenagers to see the amazing views.
We had a tour round the...More
Went with wife & 3 teenage boys and we all had fun, the boys did the extreme swing and wife and I did the Zipline. The valley you swing into is just breathtaking, good place to conquer one fear of heights!