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Located 2.3 miles from Tetebatu Monkey Forest, Satu Lingkung offers a garden, a terrace and accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. There's a seating and/or dining area in some units. Amazing Experience in Silent Village With Amazing Rice Terrace View..
Tetebatu Sama Sama Bungalows is located behind Jeruk Manis Waterfall in the rice fields on the south slope of Mount Rinjani National Park. Long story short -> we liked everything. A hamak in front of each bungalow where you could chill, bungalow itself, gorgeous location, restaurant within the areal of bungalows + breakfast (a lot of options, don't be afraid to ask for something "special, additional"), staff. We booked 2 nights, stayed 4....
Offering a terrace and views of the garden, Green Haven Homestay is located in Tetebatu, nestled in the ricefields in the Lombok Region, 1.9 mi from Kotaraja. Our stay at the Green Haven is a good memory. It was so great. The staff is so friendly, the room very big and the location perfect to discover ad hike. We have one "local dinner" with the staff to try their food and have explaination about their culture. We made the two tour: one day hike in ricefield with monkey forest and waterfall; one day market and handicrafts village. The guide is very nice and the tour was good value. They came to pick up us at Senggigi harbour and drive us back to Kuta.
Les Rizieres Lombok offers accommodations in Tetebatu. The guest house has a terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Excellent staff and they helped arrange our transport to the hotel as well as a ride to the waterfalls and all the way to the bangsal ferry. Very friendly staff and are happy to help with any requests.
Located 3.9 miles from Kotaraja, Ariel Bungalow Tetebatu has accommodations with a restaurant, a garden and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience. The host was amazingly friendly, polite and helpful. The food he and his wife prepared at any time for us was exceptional - one of the best we had in our time in Indonesia
Located in Tetebatu, 2.5 miles from Kotaraja, Al Sasaki has accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and room service. I had a great stay! The villa was very cosy right in the middle of a beautiful garden. The bed was very comfortable. Rony was a wonderful host with very good English. He took me around Tetebatu with his motorbike and gave a lot of information about the culture. Breakfast was also amazing; all the ingredients were from the garden, organic and fresh. I would definitely recommend this place.
A really nice town where you get to meet the locals and feel like a part of their community in a short time. We stayed at the Dream Catcher Camp, which was a great place with an incredible ambience. We loved to walk through the rice paddies and seek for waterfalls down the river. Really liked the short walk from Warung Monkey Forest (ask the owner where to go) down to the river, where there are some nice waterfalls to get yourself a great, natural shower.
When you need a place to aloof and to have your own solemnity, do consider Tetebatu as your choice. No crowd, no noisy, just you, the local people and their wisdom, and GOD. 😘😘😘😉😉😉
There's a hidden waterfall (no name, it's not Jeruk Manis), great for swimming, no tourists at all! Ask the owner of Pondok Indah Bungalow to take you there (or book your room and ask him to guide you) Cool climate with mild rain, perfect for weekend getaway. Very very friendly local.
If you want to get away from the tourist run of Kuta and the like, go to Tetebatu! I felt very connected to and welcomed by the locals, who took a lot of pride in introducing us to the area. I was also really touched and inspired by the resourcefulness and richness of their local farming and food production - so much grown in such a small area, and so little wasted.
It's green place where we can spend the holiday with peace,close to monkey forest and the main attraction's you can hike Mount Rinjani,and when we are lucky we can meet the rare Black Monkey,i've met 3 of them :)
If you want to learn more about the culture, this is the right place. The locals are very kind and not annoying (what you have in touristic parts). The view is beautiful. To bad I couldn't climb the volcano (wet season), but would love to do that next time! Also spotted some wild monkeys.
9.1 Awesome 61 reviews
I really enjoyed how close we were to the mountain. We could easily walk up to the monkey forest within minutes. The staff was friendly and the food was really really good traditional food. There was unlimited tea or coffee as well as bananas. They were helpful with all the information needed for trekking, sights around the area and getting us a taxi when we left. He allowed us to connect to his hotspot for internet whenever we needed. Definitely recommend staying here if you’re looking to get your nature recharge!
9.0 Awesome 95 reviews
The location and view is exceptional. The traditional Sasak food is phenomenal and the friendly owners and staff could not have been more welcoming. Ahbul took us on an amazing 6 hour hike through waterfalls, jungle, rice fields, the monkey forest and the village. This was our favorite and most authentic cultural experience in Indonesia to date!
7.8 Good 16 reviews