Kintamani Highland

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Talisha
Jakarta, Indonesia25 contributions
Amazing!
Aug 2021 • Couples
Nice view. With the lake and mountain in front of us the weather, the food, and the view is perfect combination here! You guys must to come here! Beautiful side of Bali
Written November 25, 2021
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petit_sylph
Markham, Canada100 contributions
Another side of Bali
Apr 2021
It‘s another vacation experience compared with other sights in Bali. A worthy place to visit for those who have not been to volcanoes.
Written April 13, 2021
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Michalis P
38 contributions
good view
Nov 2019
nice place with good view of a lake and a mountain that is a volcano ! you can make some good photos but really you cannot relax for a moment because is everywhere people that they try to sell you something ! anyway is good to visit for 15 minuts !!!
Written July 7, 2020
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Chelsea B
Milton Keynes, UK1,876 contributions
Loved this area
Aug 2019
Whilst doing some research on Bali I came across Kintamani and it represented my ideal scenery so started looking at places to stay in the area. Our drive there was just beautiful and I couldn't stop looking out the windows. The area isn't touristic at all and it has allowed for the natural beauty of the area to flourish. 
Written July 1, 2020
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia744 contributions
Penelokan viepoint
Jun 2019
Normally people will go to penelokan viewpoint to see mt.Batur and lake batur.there are restaurants around here,mostly are buffet style restaurants,you can watching the mountain and lake while dining.also there are some hotel around this area.if you want to explore this area,better stay here.besides penelokan,there are still some villages located here,all worth exploring.
Written May 31, 2020
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hyd_foodexplorer
Hyderabad, India562 contributions
Serene views ,surrounded by nature but ticket for road entrance
Jan 2020
We then visited the Kintamani Volcano view point. It was last erupted in 2000. To visit this spot you have to take entry tickets, you’ll be surprised to see this after visiting the spot. Like , we paid to come in for this, like the point is way too far from the actual sight. The ticket though is not high, its around 20 rupees INR. If you have a DSLR you can get some really good pictures here. You also have restaurants with the view on one side, you can only go in if you dine there.
Written May 3, 2020
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Wildcat7400
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia837 contributions
Spectacular View Indeed
Oct 2019
Our tour agent thought that we should enjoy the scenic Kintamani Volcano also known as Mount Batur while having lunch. So, we were dropped off at Grand Puncak Sari Restaurant that looked old & dated. The restaurant was empty except for 2 occupied tables at the restaurant’s balcony.

We were ushered to the al-fresco dining area as that’s where the best tables are. The table service was terrible as the waiters weren’t attentive. And disappointingly enough, the buffet lunch was only passable & there were a lot of flies at our table which deteriorated & ruined the whole dining experience.

However, we had a good view of Mount Batur, an active volcano whose last eruption was in 2000. The slopes were black in colour due to hard dried molten lava. We took many photos of Mount Batur & Lake Batur, Bali’s largest lake, which is seen to be behind the spectacular volcano, to its right. It was very surreal. There were also some settlements at the foot of the hill showing civilisation within the tropical jungle. The temperature had dropped, the air was cool & crisp. Unfortunately, we could see some smoke from some parts in the vicinity which had caught fire.

After lunch, we asked a staff for a room to perform prayers. The staff had told us to go downstairs for ablution. The steeps were very steep & one could easily have fallen if he or she is not careful. The water in the toilet was cold. Thereafter, we were instructed to go upstairs & shown a room outside the restaurant. A worn out carpet was drawn out for us to perform prayers.

We went back to the restaurant to thank the staff for her kindness & to take more photos of Mount Batur in the background.
Written March 16, 2020
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mzzyap
Philippines2,330 contributions
50,000 Rupiah + 1000 Rupiah Insurance charges per person to get to village
Feb 2020
A nice view, that's all it is, could be anywhere in the world with a volcano and a lake. Pushy vendors abound and don't touch any merchandise --- you might be surprised when they "force" you to pay for it. With the 50,000 rupiah fee + 1000 insurance per person charge (the car is stopped on the road before you reach the village), you'd think there would be a government sponsored restroom for the tourists. Nope, find your own toilet close to the parking lot for 2000 rupiah fee. Maybe that's what the insurance is for --- in case you slide on the "squat" toilet.
Written February 14, 2020
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Russell S
Astoria, NY5 contributions
Natura view
May 2019
We loved the view and it is so amazing, we went on a walk and around with a guide and was able to see a lot of places during our honeymoon trip.
Written February 13, 2020
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Tangojames
Salt Lake City, UT145 contributions
Ask your driver to let you spend 15 minutes here!
Feb 2020
There is a road along the ridge separating two valleys. From the walkway on the northside, you have an excellent view of both the volcano (Mt Batur), and the large lake to its east.
Written February 5, 2020
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