Very pleasant rooms with fans and unique decorations with local products. As Tete Batu is located at approx. 500 M altitude, it is less hot, which is nice for a change. The setting in the rice fields is beautiful and the owners help you with every request. Good guides and motorbikes are available. The food is fresh and healthy, served at once for everyone at the homestay.
I loved the french crêpes in the morning! You can get thick and oily pancakes everywhere, but not these delicious crêpes!
Earplugs are available, but not needed in all rooms. There is a mosk closeby but most rooms are quite quiet at night. And well, this is the island of a thousand mosks after all.More