Villa Abang, Lake Batur
Bali, Island of the Gods, some say the original garden of Eden.
Villa Abang is situated at the base of volcano Batur on the shores of lake Batur in the centre of the island, good central location to tour all of Bali Kintamani/Lake batur is famous for its beautiful scenery and spectacular Volcano, Batur also situated high up on the island, it is not as hot and humid, very comfortable temperatures around the high 70s during the day and low 70s at night.
The B&B is run and managed by a warm and friendly couple, retired Canadian, who has made Bali his home for the past 8 years and his Indonesia wife from Jakarta, who is a wonderful cook! This offers you a change to experience 'Bali Ashley', the real traditional Balinese way of life, in comfort and style.
The Villa is on Lake Batur, with a great view of the volcano in a lush jungle setting. The area offer trekking, hot springs and boat tours or just relax in the lust jungle garden by the fish pond Enjoy either traditional Indonesia food or western, your choice.
The Villa is Traditional 3 story; grass roof' langalang' Java style building, with all the modern conveniences, hot water, satellite TV and Internet connection. Lake Batur is about two and a half hours drive from the airport or one hours scenic drive from The famous tourist area of Ubud, a great place to take in all the Balinese traditional dances.
Village Abang is only 3 kilometres form Terunyan village of the dead, the only village in Bali, that bury their dead above ground, If you enjoy a peaceful authentic experience, a chance to see the real way the Balinese People live in Bali, this is the place to stay.
Our rates per night 180,000 idr. approx. $20 us. For single 290,000 idr double $30 us. Includes a continental breakfast, lunch and dinner can be arranged. Please come and enjoy your stay with us we will do our best to make your stay in Bali one you will remember as your trip for a lifetime, we look forward to meeting you soon.
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This page was last updated: 09 March 2014