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Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism, Lodtunduh

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Farm Tourist Spot
Try some local delicacies at Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism, where you can see each stage in the production of the famous kopi luwak coffee, made from beans eaten, partially digested, and excreted by the Asian palm civet. If this type of beverage doesn't seem appetizing, try some flavored teas, chocolate, and rice wine, all locally made. Take a tour of the lush tropical farmland and nearby village, where you can observe the daily life of local farmers and watch the performance of several traditional religious ceremonies. Plan to see Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ubud trip builder.
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Sayan Valley offers luxury accommodations atmospherically designed to fit the look and feel of the natural surroundings, with infinity pools, wooden lodges, and yoga-ready verandas aplenty. Less expensive alternatives are also available, albeit with fewer amenities and a little less isolation. If you wish to stay in Ubud itself, look for charming and inexpensive rooms rented by local families (with many including breakfast in the cost), or consider the pricier single-occupancy apartments.
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  • We were recommended this place by family who had been before. They sent a driver to our hotel to pick us up as part of the deal. We were escorted to a floating dining area where we were seated at a lo...  more »
  • Went here for lunch after visiting the monkey forest in Ubud. Our tour guide told us it was a special place with a nice view. There was a nice fish pond to one side but other than that it was just fie...  more »
  • We loved our lunch at Teba Sari! We ate in one of the floating bungalows and Oka, our server, took care of us so well! The food came quickly and was delicious :) definitely a must do for the incredibl...  more »
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  • Really nice experience coffee tasting. Tour guide took a lot of time showing us the assorted vegetation. Worth the visit.
  • Dedicated parking space. Good English speaking guide will run you through the history of luwak coffee. End of the 10 minutes of the tour, you can taste (for free) a dozen different tea/ coffee produced here. And a top up of Rp 50,000 you get a small cuppa of the famous Luwak.
  • This spot is worth the visit. Sit down, chill and taste over 12 kinds of teas and coffees. They also offer Luwak coffee which is $5 CAD a cup. Have yourself a cup of cat-poo-cinno!
  • Nice spread of coffee $ Teas to taste as well as real nice chocolate tasting of vanilla, orange and dark flavours. Real quality tasters - HOWEVER ---- then we bought a packet of the same dark chocolate to take back home and it was crap!!! Is sticks to your palett like wax and is the same quality as the cheapest chocolate one normally gets at cheap markets! This cost us AU$21 and binned it
  • Got a nice guided tour. Got to taste 18 different type of tea and coffee. Our guide was nice and funny. We got to try different chocolates and also saw how Luwak coffee is manufactured. Worth a visit.