This traditional and scenic village is set among lush hillsides covered with jungle, fruit and coffee trees, paddy fields and waterfalls galore. The area was established as a hill station by the Dutch and today a few Dutch buildings remain as well as plantations of cocoa, coffee and vanilla.
On the doorstep are numerous trails for hiking and trekking, while the village is also close to three central lakes of Bratan, Buyan and Tamblingan. Along with the amazing landscapes and incredible natural scenery, Munduk provides a truly authentic view of Bali.
GMT + 8 hours
Munduk is around 2 hours drive from Bali airport
Temperatures are high year round, with October tending to be the warmest, while August is the sunniest and driest month. The rainy season runs from November to March with January usually experiencing the highest amount of rain.
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