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Bali Pulina Coffee Plantation
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Reviewed April 27, 2019 via mobile

Highly recommended to visit when in Bali. A free tour is provuded for vusitors to learn about how kopi luwak is made. At the end of the tour, a complimemtary tea and coffee sample set is given for free. Also, try the dessert that they have, all are set at 40K IDR and a cup of kopi luwak at 50K IDR. Really had a great time. The stunning view of the rice fields and forest is a plus. The place also have a souvenir shop if you'd like to grab coffee and tea.

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank katsmb
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Reviewed April 26, 2019

I usually prefer the solo travel on the island, but I would not find this place if the driver would not suggest it.
We were relatively early morning, so no other tourists were there.
After arrival, the short introduction of various plants and coffee production process. After that, a degustation of various coffee based drinks. A terrace with a perfect view. Very nice with polite and friendly staff. Worth a visit.

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank Tomaz_Tercek
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Reviewed April 24, 2019 via mobile

Arriving at Bali Pulina was smooth from entrance to exit. They assign you a tour guide and offer insights and explanations to their plants and such. At the end of the tour they provide free samples of their teas and coffees. So GOOD. It’s really a wonderful chill place and an amazing view, really nice to come here and try the Luwak Coffee as they have them on their property and show you the whole process of bean to cup. They also have a swing and zip line as well as a pool! Coooool

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 23, 2019

We wanted to try luwak coffee and the guide recommended this place.

It was quite educational, as the young staff bring you on a tour of the grounds and explain how the various coffees are harvested and produced. It was slightly sad to see the civet cars in their small enclosures though.

They also grow plants like ginseng and cocoa and sell various oils, coffees and teas etc in the shop.

The tour ends with a complimentary tray of teas and coffees, while you can also order a cup of luwak coffee for 50000 rupiah. If you are peckish, there are various snacks like steamed pumpkin cakes with coconut and gula melaka.

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 12, 2019 via mobile

Enjoying civet coffee with a view of coffee plantations, here we can also see the mongoose, and how they traditionally cook coffee beans.

Staff will be willing to guide and explain if you ask them to be with us.

There we will get free 8 cups of coffee, etc. 1 cup of small civet coffee for IDR 50,000 and a variety of traditional Indonesian snacks are also available.

I went Bali Pulina with my friend from Japan before, and we don't pay for entrance tickets and parking.

Down along this plantation again, we will find a long bridge and finally there is a traditional swimming pool, there is a swimming package that we can choose at an affordable price, the price is included with towels and drinks.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank kartikabali
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