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View from here and the few surrounding restaurants are incredible. Food here was okay, nothing special. Great place to chill, bongo drums are a cool touch to the view. They have some swings too. Vodka soda was half of a shot of vodka and was...More
Stopped here randomly on our bike ride around the island. It's not as wanky as some of the other places along the strip. Had a nice migoreng for lunch with some drinks and enjoyed the laid back vibe. Had a slightly more swimable beach frontage...More
Awesome place for sunset, drinks and fun drum's music! The staff very friendly and the mojitos were amazing! There's a band of guys that play bongos and drums and you can dance to The rhythm around a fire. There were another spots nearby but we...More
Lovely views on the beach, nice relaxed atmosphere! We chose to have the tuna sandwich which wasn't great but the food people had around us looked good! Definitely a good spot to sit and chill with some drinks :)
This is a bar with some bungalows in the back. We stayed here for 3 nights, two in a lumbung and one in a bungalow. The bar itself is on the sunset side of Gili T and offers awesome views of the sunset. The drinks...More
Hey Everyone! I'm trying to decide which accommodation to stay in during my trip to Gili T next March. I will be traveling with my boyfriend. Can anyone weigh in on the pros/cons of bungalows versus lumbungs? Is A.C. going to be necessary at that time of year? Thanks!
30 October 2015|
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Response from Sakinah_Asmara | Property representative |
The Standard Bungalows with en-suite bathroom are a bit more spacious than the Lumbung, but both are very cosy and unique. The Lumbung has its private bathroom, but you need go down the front stairs to reach it... More
The Standard Bungalows with en-suite bathroom are a bit more spacious than the Lumbung, but both are very cosy and unique. The Lumbung has its private bathroom, but you need go down the front stairs to reach it. There is not much price difference between them, so I would suggest to take the Standard Bungalow.
The nights in March can still be pretty hot and rather humid, so you might feel more comfortable in an air-conditioned room. End of May, beginning June, it is usually getting cooler, that’s when the Standard Bungalows become very popular.
Enjoy your stay :-)
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"Get here early to take photos on the swing as there are huge lines come sunset."