10 Things to Do in Bondalem That You Shouldn't Miss

March 11, 2018 Frederic Celentano

Discover the best top things to do in Bondalem, Indonesia including Art Zoo, Les Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfalls, C. Bali - Canoeing and Cultural (Cycling) Tours, Surya Indigo, Bahari Prawara, Kintamani Highland, Ponjok Batu Temple, Yeh Sanih Spring, Bali Eco Tours.
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1. Art Zoo

Bondalem, Tejakula, Indonesia +62 819-1643-7718
Excellent
55%
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4 based on 17 reviews

Art Zoo

Reviewed By Brian R - Aarhus, Denmark

Symon is one of the animals at this zoo. His paintings, sculptures and other objets d'art are fascinating and for some perhaps provocative. In short, Symon celebrates Life in all its facets. Walking through his abode will provide you with mental and emotional stimuli to last for a long time... and the objects can be bought!

2. Les Waterfall

Desa Les, near Tejakula north Bali coastal side, Tejakula, Indonesia
Excellent
61%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
4%
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4.5 based on 127 reviews

Les Waterfall

Reviewed By Amanda N - Copenhagen, Denmark

After a 15 minutes walk that takes you by pineapple-plants, spice trees and even monkeys, you arrive at this beautiful waterfall. It's cold, and standing under it makes you very aware of the forces of water and mountain combined. So if you want to experience nature in Bali but quickly, this is the place. (Nb. You pay a tiny bit to take the walk to the waterfall. Don't remember how little, but bring small cash).

3. Sekumpul Waterfalls

Sawan, Lemukih, Sudaji, Sekumpul | Sekumpul Village, Singaraja 81112, Indonesia
Excellent
80%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
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5 based on 949 reviews

Sekumpul Waterfalls

Sekumpul Waterfall is touted as the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It is fairly close to Niagara Falls Lemukih, only about 2 km away. Understandably, the Village and Village Lemukih Sekumpul indeed neighbors. To see Sekumpul Waterfall close, it takes a bit of effort and struggle. From the parking lot, you have to walk quite far away, down a dirt road, down the hundreds of stairs, and across the river. When you ride a motorcycle, you can still ride from the parking lot (near the ticket window), to the end of the road paving. After paving the way out, the road turned into a narrow dirt road (footpath). Not long down the path, you arrived at a blank bale (gazebo) with Niagara Falls Sekumpul incredible lure.

Reviewed By yankiva - Toronto, Canada

The falls are far from many other Bali places, but it's so worth going there!
We rented a car without a driver (325000IDR) and drove to falls from Jimbaran.
It took around 3.5 hours, but the scenic views lasted nearly all the times.
In case you come along, without a driver or tour, don't stop at signs Parkir 1 and 2 for Sekumpul Waterfalls. If you do, someone would drive you to a main parking for additional charge.
We went directly to Sekumpul parking, which you find on Google maps.
From there you may take a guide (I recommend to get him unless you've been there and know where to go), the guy will show you around, take you to falls, make pictures of you and help on the way back.
We were very lucky with our guide as well as with the weather - a real tropical thunderstorm in rainforest was one of a kind experience!
Highly recommended!!!!

4. C. Bali - Canoeing and Cultural (Cycling) Tours

Jl. Raya Kedisan | Segara Hotel, Room 1, Kedisan, Kintamani 80562, Indonesia
Excellent
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5 based on 196 reviews

C. Bali - Canoeing and Cultural (Cycling) Tours

Cultural Tours that provide a deep understanding of the Balinese Cultural. Visiting an Ancient Village in Northern Bali Tours include transport, meals and all activities There is also a Canoe Tour on the Holy Lake (Lake Batur) Groups are small and personal (no more than 6 people) Profits go to the local primary school and community. An unforgettable experience, magnificent scenery and fun all in one. The Best Thing to Do in Bali - should not be missed

Reviewed By anya77 - Singapore

We did the 2 hour canoe trip as a family of 5. Sibran and Rach picked us up at 7am and then drove us to Lake Batur where we had a breakfast of pancakes before starting on our canoeing trip.
The canoe trip was tranquil and pleasant but be prepared to get wet despite the calm waters. We regretted not bringing a change of clothes. The lake has a beautiful temple. Due to the underground activity the lake colours vary and there is a mild smell of sulphur.
The most outstanding part of the trip however were Sibran and Rach themselves who were a wealth of information about the history and culture of Bali and daily life in the different Balinese villages.

5. Surya Indigo

Banjar Kubuanyar, Pacung, Buleleng Regency, Tejakula 81173, Indonesia +62 812-3626-535
Excellent
68%
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

Surya Indigo

Located on the highway running along Bali's east coast, Surya Indigo Cooperative is dedicated to the preservation of natural dyeing and traditional textiles of Northern Bali. On a visit, you can observe different stages of handmade textile production, such as ginning and spinning cotton and weaving on the traditional back strap loom. Dyeing demonstrations can be arranged in advance. A small shop sells the village group's creations.

Reviewed By Mary S - Florida

Do stop by this shop to see how a local has revived an traditional art and help woken be self- supporting !

6. Bahari Prawara

Celagi Beach, Banjar Celagi Desa Bondalem, Bondalem, Tejakula, Indonesia
Bahari Prawara

7. Kintamani Highland

Jl. Raya Penelokan, Batur, Bangli, Kintamani 80518, Indonesia +62 815-4756-6717
Excellent
39%
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44%
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3%
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4 based on 731 reviews

Kintamani Highland

Reviewed By Flitz8 - Johannesburg, South Africa

Beautiful view of Kintamani volcano and lake batur in background that is amazing to see.a real scenic beauty

8. Ponjok Batu Temple

Indonesia
Excellent
33%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
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4 based on 18 reviews

Ponjok Batu Temple

Reviewed By Brian R - Aarhus, Denmark

The northern node of the Balinese balancing spiritual centers. The older, floral and feminine place for worshiping seems recently to have transformed into a more masculine oriented spiritual center. Active and beautiful it definitely is worth a visit. Remember to visit the boat sculpture, too, placed where the first monk is said to have set foot on Bali.

9. Yeh Sanih Spring

Desa Sanih, Kututambahan, Singaraja, Indonesia
Excellent
26%
Good
48%
Satisfactory
24%
Poor
2%
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4 based on 41 reviews

Yeh Sanih Spring

Reviewed By glenntkim - Perth, Australia

This was a very interesting place. Even though we were the only westerners, some of the locals acknowledged us and we spoke to a family sitting close by. Fantastic picnic spot or purchase some local food. School holidays so families were enjoying the time with their children. This is something different rather than the hot Springs. Water was rather cold!!

10. Bali Eco Tours

Jl. Made Lebah no. 88, Peliatan, Ubud 80571, Indonesia +62 361 975557
Excellent
77%
Good
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 233 reviews

Bali Eco Tours

Join us for a sunrise trek to the summit of Mt.Batur (1717 meters) and experience the awesome beauty of an active volcano. Trekking in the cool, early morning darkness (torches, hiking sticks and wet weather gear supplied, if needed), we begin the one to two hour ascent to arrive in time to witness a glorious sunrise and experience the stunning morning views of the surrounding crater.

Reviewed By kiwi572014 - Auckland Central, New Zealand

We had looked forward to this trip and were severely let down. In fact we nearly didn't make it to the first stop- The driver drove at a reckless pace and almost rolled the van trying to avoid a motorcyclist. We had already had several other drivers during our stay in Bali and all drove carefully and safely. Not this driver!
The first stop for breakfast was filthy with flies all over the food, and not much on offer either!
Second stop was a " coffee Plantation" - which was below ordinary and was just an excuse to try and push their merchandise onto us.
NB the roads are poor for cycling, and the tour ran almost 1 and a half hours late. So for being away for 9 hours you only spend 2 hours cycling
We've experienced so much better in Bali- this was such a disappointment

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