They open the place at 8.00 am and we were the first customer arrived. After parking our car, we have to buy a ticket to get in, Rp 100k per person. The ticket can be used for a series of drinks (2 cups of tea...More
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One of the best stops we made all day. A lovely local guide walked us through the gardens describing the floral and fauna. We learned how a mongoose-like animal eats the beans, digests them and poops out the beans used to make their high-end coffee....More
best place to taste and witness the traditional process of making the civet coffee. Not only coffee Bali Pulina also Chocolate and other herbal plants and fruits that you can check out during your walk around.
So exotic panorama.. you can feel the wind, sound of water. Classic and traditional house. When you visit this place dont forget to bring your camera.
We visited Tegalalang rice field and our driver told bali pulina is closed by. We decided to follow him and we were not disappointed as the plantation is very nice. The staff told us each plant shortly and it was nice. There were too many...More
Been there with friends. The ambience was great except there was a new building construction seen on the rice terrace that disturb the natural view. The coffee and snacks were great. If only they had the rice terrace all natural, it would be perfect.
This was part of a group tour, so I have no idea how much it costs. The highlight is seeing the civet cat and the coffee brewing process. What I didn't realize is that there are a lot of flora and vegetables here too. I...More
It was nice to be able to ask questions and feel like we had a private tour to know more about some kinds of coffee and natural products. Each step of the way we were handed off to separate people and each person was very...More
We went here as a stop on our half day trip with private driver. The staff greated us at the door and without charging they started the tour, giving us a number. Next we were taken on a walk through the facilities explaining plants, the...More
I visited Bali Pulina after my previous visit to Alas Harum. The coffee and tea provided for tasting are half. The landscape of Bali Pulina is better than other one. But Alas harum has a glass floor and famous swing which adds to the overall...More