Taman Suci Hotel

Jalan Imam Bonjol 45, Kuta, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Vacation in Bali

by Botherme

I'll be in Bali during August 2003 and it's my first time. I would appreciate if someone could advise me if it's better to book accomodation on the net or book directly when I get there. Are there many budget accomodation in Bali near the beach, any recommendations?

I would also appreciate meeting fellow VTers travelling to Bali during that time, anyone?

Re: Vacation in Bali

by stedeb

Hi we have been to Bali 4 times from Perth and have stayed several times at the Flora Beach in Kuta. It is clean, basic, cheap & includes breakfast. Check the net there are some excellent bargains to be had.

Re: Vacation in Bali

by tabatha

hi there
no need to make reservations in advance
there´s a big choice of budget accomodations in poppies lane II + I in Kuta and also in the other places shouldn´t be a problem to find something
enjoy bali

Re: Vacation in Bali

by sari_bali

hi my name is sari. i am balinese and i would advise you to book accomodation directly when you get here. coz there are so many choices of places to stay here which are pretty cheap and comfortable. you'll have many options to chose what's your vaforite spot. if you like surfing, you can choose to stay in kuta or nusadua. i ever took my german friends to stay at tanah lot hotel, kuta. it's cheap and it takes only 5 minutes walk to the beach. it's also close to the fantastic night life party and yammy restaurants where you can hang around with other travellers from other countries. if you want to stay in silence place and mix with villager, you can choose ubud village or visit my village at penatahan village where you can find nature hot spring water from batukaru mountain.
but for your convinience, you'd better come ro bali not at late night coz by the time you arrive here, you need to choose where to stay. but most of traveller starts it from kuta and then start with other plans. i can offer you with other choices but it depends on what's your interest about.
sometime small hotel doesn't have online homepage to booked or if you book via travel agent , for sure, it may cost you expensively.
i guess this month will be not that busy so you can book to the hotel at anytime you wish.i would be glad to assist you with futher information.
you can email me as well at : gek_rik@hotmail.com
i reply any questions regarding your plan to visit bali. it's not that humid today in bali.
i wish you will have a fantastic trip here.

Re: Vacation in Bali

by Weny

It's too bad that you wan to stay near the beach. I stayed in Ubud in the central highlands in a nice village called Penestanen(sp?). It was lovely within walking distance of the town and art centers and temples. Also the north has lovely black sand beaches, Lovina beach. It is quiet and wonderful.

Re: Re: Vacation in Bali

by Botherme

Thanks guys for the wonderful tips, I really appreciate that!

I'll keep in touch. I still have 2 months more to go!!!

Thanks a lot !!

Travel Tips for Denpasar


by Mangunsong

For the last 20 years Denpasar has had an incredible large growth, and has taken over for Singaraja as the capital of Bali. The city used to be the capital of Badung, but became in 1992 together with Sanur, Benoa harbor and Pulau Seringan a separate district. The name means something like "close to the market", and the town's main market, Pasar Badung, is the largest on Bali. It must be said that it's not easy to like Denpasar with its crowded streets, pollution, noise and a lot of ugly architecture. The city has more than any other on Bali similarities with the huge, crowded cities on Java. Immigrants from many nations has settled here, like Chinese, Arabs and Indians and people from all over Indonesia that has been attracted to this busy place.

Denpasar is not an easy city to drive a car, the traffic jams can be large, the signs confusing (like the rest of Bali) and a lot of the streets are one way only, beside that a parking place can be hard to find. Denpasar is hard to miss if you explore the island, it seems that all roads are leading through this city. You can as well spend some time here, if you look there are also some good qualities about this city. Shopping is large in Denpasar, here is the best assortment of shops and shopping centers on Bali, and also traditional markets like Pasar Badung, Pasar Kumbasari and Pasar Burung, the bird market. It is said that an Indonesian man must have three things before his life can be looked on as successful; a wife, a house and a bird in a cage.

The city can of course offer a large collection of temples, like the Hindu temple Pura Jagatnatha, built in 1953. This is used every day by people from the neighboring village, so it is often closed for tourists. Another temple is Puri Pemecutan, built in 1907 to replace the original palace that was destroyed by Dutch artillery. The king and his family committed collective suicide, puputan, in order to avoid the humiliation it was to be captured by the Dutch. Pura Maospahit is located in a narrow street in the middle of the city, this is one of the oldest temple on Bali, built in the 14th century. Denpasar is also home to Bali Art Center (Taman Budaya), this is a school and exhibition center for Balinese art and culture. The area is nice and quiet, and every night there is a Kecak dance performance here. This is also the center for Bali art festival, lasting one month from the middle of June to the middle of July. Bali Museum is also worth a visit, it's made of several buildings and pavilions. Both the art center and the museum is open daily except for Monday.

Denpasar has many hotels, mostly used by Indonesians, the tourists prefer to stay other places.


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