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Any suggestion place to stay in Bali??

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1. Posted by Tansky (Budding Member, 6 posts) 12 Jan '10 00:06

Hi, is there anyone have any suggestion about place to stay in Bali which is not so expensive and suitable for 3 girls travel there?
thanks.

tansky

2. Posted by emkbrown (First Time Poster, 1 posts) 12 Jan '10 02:55

My favourite is Abian Biu in Denpasar - have a look here: http://www.bedandbreakfastworld.com/indonesia/bali/abian-biu-residence/1019

Plenty of other places on the website too.

Hope this helps :)

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4. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5577 posts) 13 Jan '10 02:44

Quoting emkbrown

My favourite is Abian Biu in Denpasar

You mean this Abian Biu?

5. Posted by Lineup (First Time Poster, 1 posts) 15 Jan '10 10:25

Hi! What you want to do in Bali? Do you want to go surfing or just hanging around and do sightseeing?

6. Posted by patty77 (Budding Member, 3 posts) 17 Jan '10 18:43

Here are the places to stay I recommend in Bali:

Nusa Dua & Tanjung Benoa & the Bukit

Bali's southern peninsula is where you find today most of the island's international 4- and 5-star Bali Hotels and Resorts - set in Nusa Dua's manicured and not very Balinese garden environment. Nice beach with shallow water, no high waves. All kinds of water sports, 18-hole golf course. Nusa Dua Galleria center with a variety of rather expensive restaurants, shops, and department stores. Some more reasonably priced restaurants are located in adjacent Tanjung Benoa and Bualu village. No night life to speak of. About 12 km/7.5 miles from the airport.

Have a fun trip!!

Patty
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[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

7. Posted by SuperBrat (Full Member, 107 posts) 22 Jan '10 15:42

Bali is catered for the tourist, so you will find plenty of pretty local chalet-type accommodation that's usually set around a well-kept garden, and more often than not they would be equipped with a little swimming pool too! Lots and lots of these, so its a case of walking through the unassuming carved doors, and deciding if you guys like what you see/the other guests staying there.
My favourite place in Bali is Ubud - the artisan village with so much to see and do, and yet you could be quite happy sitting with a cup of kopi and a book whilst the world goes by around you.

This is my 100th post, and I dedicate it to the lovely island of Bali ;)