Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism, Lodtunduh

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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. For Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism and beyond, use our Ubud trip itinerary planning site to get the most from your Ubud vacation.
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  • The location and surroundings of this place are simply beautiful. Apart from the main building, they have a number of cabanas where a group could sit on their own. Very nice. Our party was all vegetar...  more »
  • Teba Sari is situated next to the rice paddies and is the best place to eat in Ubud at sunset. It's not only the food and staff that are excellent but also the scenery. Watching the sunset across the ...  more »
  • morning trips towards ubud and gained valuable experience about coffee, coffee processing look straight from the start are still shaped seeds, crushed, fried, served until ready to be enjoyed. Teba is a Sari Bali Agroturism, cool and comfortable place to spend time accompanied by a cup of coffee and snack on traditional Balinese, it also prepared a few cups of tea tester from different variants. so, don't ever hesitate to visit and learn about coffee, stop if to ubud.
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  • This was by far on our top list of things we've done in Bali! Such a great experience to see how things we use on a daily basis in Europe grow. Our guide was really knowledgeable and answered all our questions. They explain the whole process of making the Luwak coffee which we found very interesting.
  • Really nice place. As we enter the entrance, one of the guides walks with us explaining all the plants there. They speaks English very well, so if you come with foreigners, you don't have to be as a translator :D the good part from visiting this place is they serves us a lot of little cups of their products. Tea, Coffee, and Chocolates!! My favorite were Lemongrass Tea and piece of Orange Chocolate. Afterwards, the guide shows us where we can buy their products. The prices are too high (in my opinion) but I bought one little pack (100gr) of Lemongrass Tea Powder, cost IDR80.000. Overall, it was nice for visiting this place.
  • Incredible variety of trees and the end of the tour is a sampling of teas and coffee. You can buy a cup of luwak coffee for 50,000 rupiah. Probably the cheapest you can ever buy it for. Great place friendly people
  • Nice place for knowing how the coffee is proceeded traditionally
  • They have variety of plants One can skip this place

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