Bali Pulina

Attraction Jalan Kunti, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia Published on: 29-07-2016

2 hours 30 mins
08:00 AM
10:30 AM
Second-time visit
0.00 USD

Bali Pulina is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
The Bali Pulinah is a "Spice and Coffee Farm", where you walk between, touch, feel, smell and taste exotic plants or learn about coffee and chocolate processing.

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Why Bali Pulina is special ?

These are just a few of the many things you will encounter at Bali Pulina. Located about 5 minutes north (it’s on the left) of the famed Tegallalang rice terraces on Jalan Raya Tegallalang, Bali Pulina describes itself as “agro tourism” and allows the visitor to learn about and take part in the coffee, chocolate and spice preparation process.


What to explore at Bali Pulina?

Walking through this garden was very informative. We saw, touched, smelled, rubbed the leaves between our hands and at times chewed at the leaves or fruits of the plants, we mainly only knew by their fruits or roots as ginger and Curcuma. Besides a very clean air and light, there was a mixture of fragrances everywhere. We rounded up the visit with a coffee and tea tasting, including the Kopi Luwak, which has a fuller taste of coffee without the acidity.


Selling points

  • Perfect Place to having Coffee Break with my trips costumer
  • Impressing view for coffee try
  • Beautiful spot
  • Go for the coffee, stay for the views
  • Amazing View when enjoying coffee
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Jalan Kunti, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

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Tips for you

  • They offer a short tour to visit around the farm
  • At the exit you can buy all kinds of coffee
    What to buy
  • You can watch this entire process and help out yourself.


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We stopped here whilst on a tour, we had family ranging from 6 to 60 and they all enjoyed it. On arrival you are greeted by very professional staff who speak perfect English. You will be told all about the process of the coffee making, and shown the Luwak, which is very interesting. The location is lovely, with some great views over the rice paddies, from the viewing galley above, here you will have the opportunity to taste the different coffee and tea available which is very nice. Everything you taste in the cafe is available to buy in the shop, which is quite reasonably priced. Overall a lovely place to stop for an hour or so, and even my 6 year old daughter found it interesting. Only downside if there is one, is the amount of steps to get around, if you have a push chair or infirm with you, then I wouldn't advise. Other than that I would recommend it.

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