Samhita Garden

Jalan Bisma, Ubud, Indonesia
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Drive from Padangbai to Ubud

by snowvines2

Does anyone know how long it takes to get from Padangbai (arriving from Lombok) to Ubud? Its it going to be easy to get my own transport from Padangbai and any idea what that will cost us?

Re: Drive from Padangbai to Ubud

by BesarRahasia

Hi
Well first of all its going to take about 2 hours on a good day. I am sure that some will dissagree and say it takes less, but if you plan for around 2 hours any less would be a bonus. When you ask about your own transport do you mean rental of transport for self drive or rental of transport with driver (ie Taxi) or do you mean public transport. and let us know when you are planning to travel, that will determine the costs to a certain extent.

Re: Drive from Padangbai to Ubud

by BesarRahasia

To be honest it would be better for you to organise a driver from the Ubud area to come and meet you, and take you to your hotel, the taxi fares (if you can actually find one will be very expensive from Padangbai to Ubud)or get a tour operator to organise your itinerary for you.

Re: Drive from Padangbai to Ubud

by snowvines2

Thanks for your advice. We have decided to fly from Lombok to Bali and get the hotel to pick us up from the airport.

I am still finding a way to get the tickets before I leave for Bali.

Cheers !

Travel Tips for Ubud

Gifts for Balinese Hosts

by Ubudian

If you are lucky to be invited to a Balinese compound to visit with a Balinese family, do what the Balinese do...bring some simple gestures of gratitude highly accepted within the Balinese culture. That would include a 5 kilo bag of beras (rice), a bag of coffee (kopi) and or sugar (gula). Your host will really enjoy this sign of gratitude, but don't expect an overflow of thanks as the Balinese are exceptionally restrained in showing any form of emotion.

Temple in the forest

by kyoub

Pura Lahur Batukau is known as the garden temple. It sits at the foot of Gurung Baatukau, the second highest peak in Bali.

The temple is very important to the Balinese because of its geographical position.

The fact that Pura Luhur Batukau is an important temple is further stressed by the set of directions visitors are given.

I hope they don't consider us ' mad gentleman/ladies.'

The first thing I noticed were the male and female figures guarding the main gate, you see this all over and its repeated inside the temple. I think it means the male and female forces in the world are kept in balance.

There are 20,000 temples on Bali and this is one of the best examples of an untouristy one.

Refined exoticism

by Tijavi about Ary's Warung

I didn't come here for a full meal, but for dessert on my first evening in Ubud - this is after finding out first hand that except for a few places, nightlife in Ubud is virtually non-existent (and gladly so!).

So the durian brulée in the menu captured my attention - and my taste buds.

The base was perfect - soft, creamy, melts in your mouth - but the gustatory pleasure is heightened by the exotic flavor of the durian - which contrasts beautifully with the very refined and elegant texture of the base.

You ought to try it. Oh, the durian brulée of course.

Casa Luna

by SFHulaGIrl about Casa Luna

Casa Luna is consistently one of my favorite restaurants when I'm in Ubud. It is owned by the owners of Honeymoon Guesthouse, which means it is also associated with Indus. The restaurant is beautiful (with both upstairs & downstairs seating) and the food is delicious and reasonably priced, though service can be slow. I love everything!

Tours

by ysio

1. SINGARAJA-LOVINA TOUR PRICE 125.000Rp
2. SUNSET TOUR PRICE 80.000Rp
3. BEDUGUL TOUR PRICE 80.000Rp
4. KINTAMATI-BESAKIH TOUR PRICE 80.000Rp
5. KINTAMATI VOLCANO TOUR PRICE 75.000Rp
6. BESAKIH/MOTHER TEMPLE PRICE 80.000Rp
7. BESAKIH EAST PART OF BALI PRICE 100.000Rp
8. ULUWATU TOUR PRICE 90.000Rp
1USD=10.000Rp

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Address: Jalan Bisma, Ubud, Indonesia