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Make a Holiday Rental Cabin in Bedugul, Bali Your Home Away From Home

In the northern area of the beautiful island of Bali is the mountain town of Bedugul. This fairly quiet location offers spectacular lake and panoramic views of the area. A Bedugul holiday rental cabin will offer peace and tranquillity as well as the option to tackle the high adrenalin activities that are located in and around the town. If you are looking for an action packed holiday with plenty of challenges, then a Bedugul holiday is the ideal option.

Things to Do on Holiday to Bedugul, Bali

Due to the fact that Bedugul is a mountainside town, there are plenty of high energy activities to indulge in. Popular activities that are available on a Bedugul holiday include climbing, mountain biking, hiking and walking. The town also sits next to one of three lakes in the region, Lake Bratan, where visitors can enjoy a spot of fishing, water skiing, sailing, canoeing and kayaking.

Some of the sights worth seeing in Bedugul include the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, which is one of the major water temples that can be found in Bali. This temple is unusual as it has stupas of figures of Buddha sitting in the Lotus position, showing an acceptance of Buddhist beliefs by Balinese Hindus. Also worth a visit is the Bedugul Botanical Gardens which opened in 1959. These are lush tropical gardens to be explored as well as the opportunity to see a collection of 320 orchids native to the island.

Places to Visit on Holiday to Bedugul, Bali

Once you have recuperated in your Bedugul holiday rental cabin, it is worth taking an hour’s journey south to the capital city of Denpasar. Filled with history and culture, a day in Denpasar is an opportunity to learn more about the people and places of Bali. The Bali National Museum has a vast collection of items from Balinese embroidery to items from the Neolithic period. Housed in three beautiful buildings, there is also a royal throne and a royal shower room to be seen.

For a spot of culture and music, a visit to the Academy of Indonesian Dance is a must. Visitors can view pupils rehearsing traditional dances and learning traditional instruments in the morning. This is then followed by wonderful performances by the pupils in the evening.

Weather in Bedugul, Bali

The island of Bali is privy to a tropical climate which means visitors on a Bedugul holiday will enjoy warmth and sunshine most of the year round. There are two seasons on the island, namely wet and dry. The dry season lasts from April to November and the average daytime temperature is 28°C. Due to Bedugul being located in a mountainous area, it is generally cooler than flatter parts of the island though. The wet season runs from December to March and visitors may experience short bursts of rain that quickly dry up.

Travel to Bedugul, Bali

Travellers on a Bedugul holiday will fly into the Denpasar International Airport (DPS) on the island. There are no direct flights from the UK but several operators such as Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Jetstar and KLM offer affordable flights. Passengers can depart from major UK airports including Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX) and Edinburgh (EDI).

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            Idyllic Mountain Stay

            4 of 5
            As soon as you step into the villa, it's hard to believe you are in Bali. Leave behind the super-hip hotels and crowds of the south or the buzz of Ubud and savor a few nights just to breathe cool, mountain air in a chalet that feels like Europe. We stayed 2 nights in the villa with 2 young kids (age 2, 7) who ran around the huge garden all day and drank hot cocoa on the porch overlooking the mountains and lake. The villa has 3 bedrooms and two large indoor sitting areas -- in addition to an amazing yard and outdoor patio -- a great getaway for a family or group of friends. It is tucked away in the hills of Bedugul, neighboring a mix of other chalets/villas, some abandoned, others restored. The overall effect is that of a secret getaway. The villa itself is in very good condition, although don't expect "luxury" as it has wear and tear from the mountain air, which is to be expected (and is, quite frankly, part of its charm). The guest book signed by other guests leaves great tips and advice for what to do in the area. The villa manager is helpful in arranging anything (even helping to start the wood stove if you can't figure it out!) and helps arrange a driver, which is needed. My one feedback is that it would do good to air out the rooms before guests arrive as they are quite stuffy/dusty upon arrival. It also would help to stock more toiletries/towels and staples for the kitchen as supplies are hard to come by. At the time of our visit they were building a new villa just above -- the noise didn't bother us as our kids woke early anyway, but if you are sensitive, check with villa manager about it. Be prepared to pack warm clothes as the nights and mornings are cold (even with the wood stove burning) -- a welcome change from the beaches and other areas of Bali. Amenities around the villa are limited -- but that is the point. Be sure to stock up on groceries somewhere else if you want to cook (the local market has produce but is limited on other staples). Nearby restaurants are mixed in terms of food - but great for kids, especially with playgrounds and lots of space to run and climb. If you want to breathe fresh, cool air in a gorgeous setting, this is your place. I would recommend at least 2 nights.
            • Review Submitted: 19-Aug-2015
            • Date of Stay: Aug 2015