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80613, Indonesia
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"bamboo forest"
in 28 reviews
"traditional village"
in 31 reviews
"cleanest village"
in 8 reviews
"original balinese"
in 4 reviews
"bali village"
in 4 reviews
"traditional drink"
in 3 reviews
"home stay"
in 4 reviews
"house building"
in 2 reviews
"beautiful ancient temple"
in 2 reviews
"bus tour"
in 2 reviews
"friendly local people"
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"sell food"
in 2 reviews
"kintamani area"
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"authentic bali"
in 3 reviews
"balinese kitchen"
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"traditional food"
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"tourist destination"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The homes of this villages are like small shops. They sell various items ranging from food, souvenirs. Quite relaxing. Passed the Bamboo forest while otw to this. And it was beautiful!

Thank nzworld95_95
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Great destination near from Ubud , a village on the high ground with very nice houses and kind people..it's very clean here and recommended place to visit in Bali!

Thank ruli_Jkt
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This whole village still have the traditional houses of bali. You can see the detail of it with its traditional furniture. There is also a temple in the village. And if you want a bit trekking, there is a bamboo forest nearby.

Thank aderuhya
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is only a line of well-arranged village, with some moderation on it but still keep some of its traditionality. Every home in this village has a shop that sells various gifts and traditional foods. At other side of this village, there's a greeny bamboo...More

Thank Benyta Karina K
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The village is very clean and silent. Friendly locals selling handcrafts to tourist as one of their ways to earn money. Definitely worth seeing but the minor side is not wheelchair friendly.. people with wheelchair can not do a thing here coz mostly stairs around...More

Thank Joic S
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Reviewed 7 June 2018

This village is so clean and tidy. The residents are really friendly and let you wander through their homes and gardens. The bamboo forest is beautiful. We loved visiting here however this is a rare site for villages in Bali. It is definitely worth visiting...More

Thank SallyandDale
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Reviewed 5 June 2018

The village is really clean and nice. The citizens there are also friendly. There is also a bamboo forest there. At Penglipuran, there is a traditional drink there called Loloh Cem Cem. The taste is a little sour, sweet, yet it is also kinda wierd.

Thank Yeninovv
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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Penglipuran village is very neat, clean and beautiful. They preserve their houses making feel like in Bali. It is one street which can be visited by tourists. It could be over touristic though. But it is really worth visiting. They have special drink made of...More

Thank Amitantri
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

If you are eager to meet the most authetic Balinese then this village is the right choice. Don't spoil it! The best thing this village has is its authenticity.

Thank snoores
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee this place. Really nice village , very cultural.. beautiful .. relax .. all people just so friendly.. i could stay there for whole day..

Thank Melinda I
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michelmarcella
17 June 2018|
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Response from Jefri Y | Reviewed this property |
Hi Michelmarcella, You cannot because no public transportation passing there.
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jamadav2
9 July 2017|
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Response from tetamianbali | Reviewed this property |
If you interest to hear some of gamelan instrument, you may come to ubud. Every night there are a dance performance at the Ubud Palace...while enjoy the Balinese dance as well you could hear the Gambelan instrument
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