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Bedugul day trip from Legian

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Bedugul day trip from Legian

Hello,

I'll be traveling in September with my 3 kids aged 18,16 and 12. We'll be staying in Legian for 10 days and i'm hoping to have a few day trips to get out and see some of Bali.

It seems that a day trip to Bedugul offers some interesting sites. I thought we could go to the Treetops adventure Park in the morning then Candui Kuning market and Lake Bratan and temple in the afternoon.

One problem is that my youngest gets tends to get car sick on winding roads.

Here are some questions I hope you can help me with...

Is this a winding drive?

Is there anything else you could recommend we see or do on the way there or back to break up the drive.

Thanks

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1. Re: Bedugul day trip from Legian

Depending on which route you take there is the shopping/rice fields at Tegalalang or temples, Gunung Kawi and a couple of others whose names escape me just the other side of Ubud. Sorry - someone pls help. Not sure if temples would be hits with the ages of your children but it's a stop. Also, there are coffee plantations. Sorry to be vague but thought this would give you a start for researching.

I don't remember the road being particularly winding - except up the hill/mountain from the lake where the monkeys are on the side of the road.

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2. Re: Bedugul day trip from Legian

the road is a little windy.

on lake bratan you can hire canoes. best way to see the temple.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESdbmuKAUjw

all the things you listed are very close to each other.

ropes course

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2BEQTmaOMY

Munduk 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsorMnIcYNY

Candikunning 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5SGKOszxcE

continueing past the temple the road leads up to munduk. this road is steep and offers excellent views over the countryside and lakes. after the views comes munduk, there is a waterfall trek at this point.

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3. Re: Bedugul day trip from Legian

There are tablets you can buy in Bali called ANTIMO tablets. (for motion sickness)

Buy them from minimarts, apotiks, supermarkets (Bintang or Mataharis) etc.

Under 4 000 rp (about 45c) a packet of 10 tablets.

Take only 1 tablet a day (adults) or 8 to 12 years 1/2 tablet a day or 5 to 8 years 1/4 tablet a day.

Works a treat.

Edited: 07 August 2011, 05:50
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4. Re: Bedugul day trip from Legian

Thanks for the info. I'll look out for those tablets.

It seems as though there will be plenty for us to see and do along the way...monkeys are always a hit!

The canoe trip out seems a good way to see the temple and will make it more interesting for the kids.

Munduk falls is now on the itinerary for the day. Is it okay to have a swim while we are at the falls?

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5. Re: Bedugul day trip from Legian

We didn't find the roads too windy. The kids would like the strawberry stop in Bedugul for lunch pancakes and milkshakes oh so nice.

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