Bukit Kembar

Banjar Asah Panji, Desa Wanagiri


There are some of the most amazing places in walking distance from Bukit Kembar, sights rarely visited by any tourists. This is the pristine Bali far away from the crowded beaches of the south.
Climb one of the surrounding mountains and watch the clouds spill over the edge of the ancient crater. Hike through the mystical fig tree forests and search for the hidden temples. Go on a canoe trip on the lake and catch a fish for dinner. Take a bath in one of the secluded waterfalls and jump off a cliff into the canyon. Pray in the cave temple of Tirta Kuning. Climb the 30m high spirit tree or just take in its beauty by meditating on its roots. Follow a river from its spring through the forest and along the subak irrigation channels down to the rice fields.

Our goal is to protect the jungles by promoting the area as an ecotourism destination. Currently people are earning a few dollars by cutting the beautiful trees and carrying them out of the forest. We want to show them that the forest as a whole has much more value than a few trunks.
You can easily explore the region by yourself. However, if you wish to get a guided tour, rent a car for a day trip, we are happy to organize it for you.
We also rent motorbikes if you are comfortable sitting on two wheels.

The people of the mountains in Bali prepare some unique dishes with vegetables only growing in the mountains. We both serve local and internal dishes. Our goal is to give you an insight into our fascinating culture, be it food,


  • 24 Hour Security
  • Airport Transfers
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Book Exchange
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cafe
  • Common Room
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Linen Included
  • Luggage Storage
  • Meals available
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Towels Included



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We are located in the perfect spot for many different trekking tours. To the north you can follow the waterfall valley down to the rice fields. To the South there is a path starting right next to our hotel and takes you down through the jungle to the two lakes. Public buses are rare and infrequent. So I usually hitchhike which works perfectly well in this area of Bali. We have a car and we are very happy to drive you to your next destination.
There are several amazing hiking trails starting right at our door steps, so you don't really need anything other than your feet if you just stay here for a couple of days.

How to get here:
With your own scooter/car:
We are located between Munduk and Bedugul right on top of the narrow stretch of forest that separates lake Buyan and lake Tamblingan. Look out for our yellow/red triangle sign at the road. If you are driving up from Denpasar in direction of Singaraja you have to turn left in direction of Munduk and Gobleg when you are at the highest point. This is after Pancasari, right on top of the windy road with the many monkeys.

public transportation:
You can take the perama shuttle bus to Bedgul and get a taxi from there (15km). Hitchhiking here is highly recommended!


You can cancel your stay up to one day in advance. I hope there is no need to cancel the stay, we are looking forward to meeting you :)