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Penglipuran Bamboo Forest

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Many kinds of bamboo

I saw this place accidentally on the way to Penglipuran Village, so I come back to this place after... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
Uphiet K
Shady Forest of Greens

Located just behind/next to Penglipuran Traditional Village, this bamboo forest is a large area... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
Chrys23
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Bandung, Indonesia
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Apr 22, 2018
“Many kinds of bamboo”
Jan 13, 2018
“Shady Forest of Greens”
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Bamboo forest penglipuran located approximately 5 meter from traditional village penglipuran.Bamboo forest area is 7 hectares, all of bamboo here there are no other types of plants. Forests are very safe because there are no wild animals, snakes and...more
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

I saw this place accidentally on the way to Penglipuran Village, so I come back to this place after visiting the village. So quite and you can find different kind of bamboo. The bamboo trees are planted densely, so it's shady but also quite dark....More

Thank Uphiet K
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

Kind of relaxing to visit bamboo forest... feel so calm. I enjoy so much walking around bamboo forest. Its free and fresh.. love it... its behind penglipuran village

Thank Melinda I
Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

Be careful if you come here by driving a motorbike, the pathway is really challenging especially when you are passing by the bamboo forest.. the road was quite dark!

Thank herilee
Reviewed 13 January 2018

Located just behind/next to Penglipuran Traditional Village, this bamboo forest is a large area filled with huge bamboo trees. We can walk around because it already has asphalt roads. The tall bamboo trees shield us from direct sunlight so the whole place is shady and...More

Thank Chrys23
Reviewed 2 December 2017

Enjoyed the walk through the state-preserved traditional housing complexes; although honestly would have much preferred to learn more about the peoples and traditions rather than being bombarded with persuasive attempts at selling souvenirs every time you step into one of those houses. Alas, this is...More

Thank Wikke N
Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

This huge Bamboo forest lines the streets and it is just absolutely huge. It’s nice and cool there too as a result. Definitely worth a visit while checking out the penglipuran village

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Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

This forest is just next to the Penglipuran village. It is really pretty site & can walk through the forest. Must visit.

Thank Ira_phxindia
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Penglipuran Bamboo Forest near with Penglipran Temple. A lot of bamboos in there. You can walking around bamboo forest without hot.

Thank casmudib
Reviewed 13 June 2017

It's located at the back side of the Penglipuran village. Nice to walk here especially when the sun is very hot. It feels fresh and have typic nice smell of Bamboo forest. A place must see!

Thank Thomas P
Reviewed 12 May 2017

standing under the shadow and soft wind make me feel sleepy and relax. Especialy after walking in Penglipuran Village. This forest is end of Penglipuran cultural village

Thank Ristiyatikho A
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Angela E
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The bamboo forest is owned by the village and I think if you speak to the village head, they will allow you to buy some seeds. Just go to the village and speak with the village head. Cheers!
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