My Husband and I stopped here as part of a tour we did. Our guide was very sweet, knowledgeable and kind, I believe her name was Wayan. My husband was pretty afraid of monkeys going into the forest and our guide did a great job...More
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I felt really reflected in one of the 1 star review. This place has an important lack of maintenance and cleanup. Seems to be managed by local shop owners thay guide you through the place with the only intention to desperately sell you something at...More
We were taken by our guide to a monkey forest but didn't realise there would be much difference between the experiences. This place is a poorly maintained and sad establishment and when we attended, pretty much deserted. On arrival you are assigned a "guide", who...More
Monkeys here are very aggressive - no concern for 'health & safety' of its visitors. One of our party had a large monkey jump on her which caused injuries and bleeding. Needed anti-rabies injections (recommended by doctor)! Guide (if you can call her that) had...More
After traveling from Ulun danu, before continuing the journey to the Tanah Lot, we stopped at the Alas Kedaton monkey forest. The place is still beautiful, and dense forest. The monkeys here are also numerous and probably just poorly maintained location.
This is a great place to go to see and interact with monkeys. A local guide will walk with you and helps to keep the monkeys under control. You can buy food to feed the monkeys with, which I highly recommend. Our guide took great...More
After 10 years, finally had time to visit the place again with kids whom are growing teenagers now. It looks the same and may need some more touch up inside the monkey tourism spots. There are bats and snake available ready for holding them for...More