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Bali Pulina Agro Tourism

#2 of 77 things to do in Gianyar Features Animals
| Br Pujang Kelod Desa Sebatu, Indonesia
+62 878-6224-0233
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Kopi luwak or civet coffee is a coffee made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. Luwak which age's 4 month is tempted by some red coffee beans at the BALI PULINA Coffee plantation in Tegallalang, Bali, Indonesia. The Luwak is an Asian palm civet, which looks like a cross between a cat and a ferret.
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| Br Pujang Kelod Desa Sebatu, Indonesia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is great for views and taking pictures but really bad for coffee enthusiast! If you visit, you'll get a free selection of trial tasters but beware when buying, it's a load of cobble! Can't knock the view though!

Thank Zaid S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Absolutely beautiful. The view could be so much better without the construction of the resort. We arrived at 5pm and was not charged for any entrance fee. Instead we were given a ticket which allowed us to try their varieties of coffee for free, well,...More

Thank QQ Y
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I'm not a big fan of Coffee but after visiting this place I found extremely interesting and totally got it why ppl do like coffee ( it's only from my point of view ). Bali Pulina has something that apparently people from around the world...More

Thank Ratsgray
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Upon arrival, we were greeted by a good English speaking guide. Very accomodating and knowledgeable. Showed us the process of coffee making esp. the one involving the civet cats. Yes, these cats were caged :-( The place has the view of a little ricefield on...More

Thank lyks2travel
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My driver had never been but came on his friends recommendation, we were walked through and told about the processing of lowak Coffee, the staff were able to answer all of our questions. The view whilst tasting the teas and coffee spectacular, and best part...More

Thank Luke S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a place you want to visit if you are planning to find out more about the coffee plantation in Bali. Forget about the rest. Here you get a guided tour, explaining how coffee is cultivated and harvested. You also get to roast the...More

Thank Wilson T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After spending few boring days in Legian this visit to Ubub Bali Pulina is refreshing and worth a visit. Service was tip top and we were taken good care of. Breathtaking scenery, fresh air and surrounded by nature and fruit trees. We opt to try...More

Thank Brian G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Really great place to spend your time in Ubud.. they have various type of coffee, lemon tea, etc The view was really great especially in the morning... A bit overpriced..!

Thank Quivedo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Free to enter and you get a guide who takes you around the small complex. At the end you get to try 7 (I think) different teas and coffees absolutely free. Definitely worth a see. The only downside is that there are some animals kept...More

Thank Harry_GF
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

For coffee lover, you may try to visit this place. With 100k entrance fee you will see the view, 8 tester of various coffee and tea, snack, and you may try the famous luwak coffee. At the end of the day, you can visit the...More

Thank happylinch
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sherif h
Hi, beside the taste cup that cost 50,000, can i buy a pack of Luwak coffee there? and how much does it cost ? Thanks
6 September 2016|
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Response from Mikiduta R | Reviewed this property |
Kopi Luwak 100 g is 450k and 200g is 800k.
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