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The Kayon Jungle Resort is a place where seasoned travellers can escape the hectic pace reborn spa bali everyday life and feel renewed by the beauty of nature. This sanctuary of tropical indulgence is located within the traditional Balinese village of Bresela, Payangan and is just 25 minutes from the cultural heart of Ubud. Inspired by the gentle curves of Bali’s famed Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Wanna Jungle Pool & Bar is spread over three distinctive levels.

Each infinity pool is a refreshing body of water that lends itself to tropical relaxation and there is ample deck space to lie back and soak up the sun. Offering a collection of shaded cabanas and a unique circular seating pod, this picturesque venue recreates the ambience of an exclusive day club in a lush river valley setting.

For an exceptional dining experience, Kepitu Restaurant at The Kayon Jungle Resort is a smart venue designed to uplift the senses. An extended outdoor area offers a sweeping view over the entire property and the vibrant greenery of the encompassing river valley.

The terrace is guarded by a towering statue of Kumbakarna, a character from the epic Ramayana poem who known to be a sleeping giant yet a mighty warrior during times of battle. Yes, everything you’ve heard about getting a massage in Bali is true. They are dirt cheap, insanely relaxing and available everywhere you look. Imagine paying someone $7 to give you a full body rub down while listening to sounds of waterfalls, breathing in scents of lemongrass, and finishing with a warm ginger tea.

That is the magic of Bali. However, it’s not all sunshine and reborn spa bali. There are some serious questions you need to ask before entering just any old ‘spa’ you see on the street. Sometimes it’s just a case of the massage being poor quality, or the sheets not being changed between customers.

Other times it’s the danger of being in a spa that is really a front for something else. Trust me, this blog is not one I’d ever thought I would write, but having been in a few awkward positions myself, I wanted to warn others about the potential problems around getting a massage in Bali.

When we first got to Bali we wanted to be hardcore bargain hunters and were on crusade to find the CHEAPEST massages on the island. Every time we were roped in by a low $60k or $70k IDR massage price it was sketchy. ($4-$4.50 USD) The sheets were dirty, the ‘therapist’ was on her phone the whole time, or the massage was absolute shit.

We started to notice a pattern. Once we got to reborn spa bali $100k range ($7), it was a completely different world. That is the entry level to things like clean sheets, choice of oils, comfy beds and a trained masseuse. The time where you could get a safe, clean and quality massage for $50k ($3) is gone folks.

Sorry to rain on your parade. But guess what, you can still get an awesome massage for just a few dollars more. In the grand scheme of things, is that extra $3 going to make or break you? Not at all. Getting a massage is a luxury in itself, and regardless if they are $5 or $10, that is still INSANELY cheap for what you get. *Of course expats and regulars will squawk at this, rambling about how they get massages for $70k all the time. That’s great, but it doesn’t help first timers.

Until you find a trustworthy place, stick to the $100k mark. Sounds like a no brainer right? Well you wouldn’t BELIEVE how many people we see solicited and brought down back alleys. As you are walking down the street, girls standing on the corners will yell out “You want MASSAGE!?” and hand you flyers.

Look around. There is no spa behind them. Their spa is somewhere down a side street, if there is a spa at all. This is a problem for a few reasons. 1- The reborn spa bali handing out the flyers are usually young and in street clothes.

They are not the people giving the treatments at all, but instead used to try and sell you on a massage. You will be handed off to someone else. 2- As a couple walking down the street they say “hey miss, you want massage?”, but when my husband walked down the same road alone later that evening, it was “I give you sexy massage?”….

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ummmm. WTF!? So the same place that was going to give us a great, legit couples massage is also trying to solicit prostitution to my husband?? SICK! I obviously don’t need to explain why I wouldn’t want to go there for a massage. 3- Reborn spa bali have been incidents where once you get to the real spa, the price has now changed to something higher. Or, there is no spa at all and you are propositioned to buy other things. So the moral of this story is: stick to places that are on Google, have a storefront you can see, and preferably staff in uniforms.

Everything else is an unregulated crap shoot, and not worth the $20k savings. Before I will get a massage ANYWHERE I will look at the reviews first. Check TripAdvisor, Google, and Facebook. If reborn spa bali spa doesn’t have any reviews at all, I would avoid it! There are too many other great spots nearby that DO have raving reviews you can go to instead.

Checking reviews has helped us find some REALLY amazing spas that we now use regularly, and helped us stay away from some with atrocious practices. If you walk into a place and it seems shady or you feel uncomfortable in any way, trust your instinct and leave. If you lay down on sheets and they don’t seem clean, ask for them to be changed in front of you. The last thing you want is to be stuck face down on a table for 90 minutes while you worry and panic the entire time.

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That is not what you came in for! If you are looking for a great deal at a store front spa, here is the range you will want to stay in: Curtained or Private Room $90-$130k IDR 60 minutes ($6-9 USD) $130-$180k IDR 90 minutes ($9-$12 USD) *expect to pay about $40-$80k more for places that offer choices of oil, foot bath, tea, or post massage showers. A massage at a hotel is going to cost more. They also might have a 10% government tax and 10% service tax on top of the prices, so watch out.

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MANY hotels offer a ‘happy hour’ or daily promotion on the spa, so be sure to ask. Here is what is considered a good deal for a 3-4 star hotel’s spa: $150-$200k IDR 60 reborn spa bali ($10-$14 USD) $200-$300k IDR 90 minutes ($14-$21 USD) A massage at your hotel should also include extras like tea, choice of oil, a foot bath/scrub, post massage showers and other perks.

That is one of the reasons you end up paying more for them, as they usually make it an entire experience. There is also something to be said about the convenience of getting a massage on site.

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I love not having to traverse the busy roads after a treatment. For a spa on the street, anything over $450k IDR ($31 USD) is a rip off. I’m sorry, but we tried some places that were $400-$700k IDR and they were NO better than a $200k massage. After $450k, you are paying for brand names, a location with high rent, or Instagram-able lobbies.

Reborn spa bali am sure there are places in Bali that are over $450k and are marvellous, but for the most part you don’t get a massive increase in quality. At a luxury hotel we’ve seen prices range from $700k to $2m IDR ($50-$150 USD) for a massage, which again, is just a blatant rip off.

If I am going to pay 20x’s more for a massage at a hotel, I would expect the experience to be 20x’s better, and I know from experience that is not the case. Yes the rooms are ultra lavish, luxurious and beautifully designed, but it’s too rich for my blood.

I would rather get 20 very good massages for $2m than 1 super expensive massage for $2m. When trying out a new spa, here are some questions you can ask the front desk. We commonly will ask questions and peek at the rooms before committing to a massage. Do you have any promotions right now?

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Can I see the rooms? Do you change the sheets before each new customer? Do you wash the oil off at the end of the massage? Toursits, expats and locals have been using GoJek to get around for YEARS, but now the company is offering more than just rides.

GoJek now has lifestyle services like GoGlam, GoClean and you guessed it, GoMassage. Through the Go-Life app you can order a masseuse to come to YOU for a very decent price. I asked around to some friends who have tried reborn spa bali out and they all had decent experiences. Of course it can be hit or miss depending on who you get, but everyone I spoke to said it was at least satisfactory, if not great.

Pricing: Express Massage (30 min) $40k ($3 USD) Full Body Massage $90-120k for 90 minutes ($6-$8 USD) AND…the therapist comes to you.

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Great deal! My husband Trevor calls this “The best value massage in Bali”. It’s not fancy, but it gets the job done! They are a chain with multiple locations across the island and they have a certain standard of service they need to live up to.

Beds are separated by curtains, and yes you can hear people talking next to you, but you are going to get a great massage for the price. Plus, they do a TON of work on your BACK! Lots of spas in Bali spend way too much time on the back of your calves, and only spend a few minutes on your back.

Carla spa’s reborn spa bali are back focused and cheap! They get bonus points for cleaning the oil off of you at the end of the massage too. Trevor went to Carla Spaevery day for almost a month, racking up over 20 massages here. Trevor’s advice: Not every therapist here is amazing.

If you have a great massage, get their name so you can request them next time. Otherwise it can be hit or miss. Price: $130k for 90 Minutes ($9 USD) There is a chain of hotels in Bali called ‘Sun Island’ and they put all spa staff through the same training. This means you should get the same (ish) quality massage at any of their locations in Legian, Seminyak and Kuta.

I actually had the best massage of my life at their Sun Island Legian location. They have daily specials that are quite a big discount off the posted prices, which will put them in the ‘good deal’ realm.

Price: (with promotion) $180k-$200k for 60-90 minutes (around $13 USD) This is a bargain find on the outskirts of Seminyak. We were staying for a while at the boutique hotel Kamar Kamar and found Murano Spa located right next to it. Murano has a beautiful lobby area and private couples treatments rooms with waterfalls and romantic showers/baths.

Very nice vibe and atmosphere. The massage is good, but the price is even better! It’s only $100k for a 60 minute and $140k for a 90 minute, making it a great value pick! Note for the ladies: At this particular spa, when you turn over from you back to your front, they don’t cover you up. You basically lay there topless for a few minutes while they massage the front of your shoulders. This might be weird for some women, so just go in knowing the girls will be out.

Price: 60 mins= $100k, 90 mins =$140k ($7-$10 USD) We were hunting for a place to get a couples massage and it started raining. We ducked into a the first spa we saw, which also happened to have SUPER cheap prices (I think it was 60k for an hour?) It was pouring outside, so even though it went against our $100k rule, we decided to give it a shot. It was a pretty questionable place, reborn spa bali I just told myself “whatever.

you are in Bali.just go with it!” The massage started and immediately I wanted it to stop. The ’therapist’ was petting me with one hand? Literally… it felt like she was petting me with the back of her one reborn spa bali. What was the other hand doing? Was she on her phone? Taking pictures of me?

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Doing something else? I tensed up like crazy. Then it got worse. She started sniffling and clearing her throat like crazy. She sounded really, really sick. She was making those nasal gagging sounds you make when you are congested AF. Then I felt a drip on the back of my neck. WTF was that? Oil? Snot? Why was she still petting me with one hand after 5 minutes? I started freaking out.

I guess my stress was palpable because Trevor immediately asked “Are you okay!?”, to which I replied “NO! NO I’m not!

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I want it to stop!” Trevor’s therapist got off of him, but mine sat down on my butt and just stared at him. “She wants to stop, please get off of her now!” He said forcefully. She just sat there (on my butt), mouth agape, completely stunned. I was literally STUCK underneath her. A gruelling 45 seconds later, and after Trevor must have told her to stop about 10 times, she finally got off me. We quickly started to get dressed when a manager (?) burst in and started yelling at us, all while I was trying to cover up.

“Why you no want massage!?” We tried to explain that she was sick, and the massage was CREEPY and we just wanted to leave. The 2 therapists were now out at reception talking to the other staff as they reborn spa bali stuff around and got all vocal about us wanting to leave.

We found our flip-flops and got the heck out of there! As we were walking (running) away from the spa, Trevor mentioned that the girl on top of me was not a girl, but rather a transgendered individual. Which is great and all, honestly I have no issue with that, but I would have liked to know those kinds of details ahead of time!

The entire reborn spa bali was just super sketchy and dodgy. I had gotten a massage at this hotel’s spa the day before and it was 10/10 amazing! It was so good, I wanted to go back for another the next day. I saw it was a different girl, but figured the standard at the hotel would be the same, so I thought nothing of it. About 20 minutes into my 90 minute massage, as she was working on my calf, her hands just….stopped. And she was holding my calf. I could only think there was like a weird alien inside of leg ready to burst out and she was frozen with shock just staring at it.

I counted to 10. Still nothing. I jerked my leg and said “Is everything okay”!? She all of a sudden started back up and just whispered “sorry”. She had fallen asleep. Okay, that was weird, but I figured she could recover from this and just give it a great effort for the remaining 70 minutes.

Wrong. She continued to fall asleep reborn spa bali more times at different stages of the massage. One of the times she started falling on top of me! This might not sound awkward, but I can assure you it is. I was stressing out like crazy because I would feel her hands stop, then a slow sinking into my body. I couldn’t relax because I was just anticipating the next time she would stop massaging, while holding different parts of my body in her hands, and drift off.

I couldn’t say anything because I was so creeped out. If it had been a couples massage, I would have signalled to Trevor to get me outta there, but I was alone.

I got roped in reborn spa bali a super low price, thinking I had hit the jackpot, but instead, they relentlessly tried to sell me on other services the entire time. There is nothing relaxing about being asked 100 times if you want a manicure, pedicure, waxing, body scrub or facial. They even started asking me if my wife needed hair braiding or eyelash extensions. It just went on and on the entire massage, no matter how many times I said no.

My usual spa was booked up, so I tried one across the street that was again, under my usual $100k rule. From start to finish there was nothing good about the massage. The spa was insanely loud with staff yelling, laughing and shouting. The bed was uncomfortable and the cleanliness of it’s sheets questionable.

But here is the ringer. I caught my therapist not once, not twice, but THREE times on her phone.

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I started to wise up that something was not right when I could only feel one hand massaging me. I quickly opened my eyes and looked back and there she was, scrolling through her phone and laughing at something on the screen.

I asked “Are you really on your phone right now?!”, to which she just said “oh sorry sir” and put it away. But that didn’t stop her from taking it back out every chance she got, even after I asked her to stay off her phone.

We’ve heard stories about people being photographed and taped while they are being massaged, and I don’t want to be one of them. I guess in the realm of things, our bad experiences could have been a lot worse. I did some research and found a few people that wanted to tell their Bali massage nightmare stories. I was told all different kinds of horror stories that made me feel grateful for the tame experiences I’d had.

We heard from people who had: – Had things stolen from their bags/clothing while face down on the bed – Had been extorted for more money after the massage was over – Caught people taking pictures and video of reborn spa bali basically naked (tiny black disposable see through undies don’t leave much to the imagination!) – Had been injured by their therapist not being at all qualified in a certain type of massage – Gotten rashes from soiled sheets Here is where I also want to address the ‘happy ending’ topic.

I don’t think that is something anyone needs to be worried about in Bali. If you are not actively SEEKING that kind of dodgy service out, you are not going to mistakenly run into it. Balinese people don’t want to touch you sexually, and certainly not for $60k.

If you stick to places with good reviews, a reborn spa bali storefront and trained staff, you’re changes of running into something perverted are slim to none. In contrast to the bad stories (which only account for a small amount of Bali massage experiences), Bali is a great place to get a wonderful, high quality massage! Great write up. I too have just visited kuta recently and unfortunately went to a bad venue.

On poppys lane 2 called "wispers". I was talked into a massage with forcefull girls who are reborn spa bali underage, then half way through was told to come with her down road for sex. When i stopped and walked out they just laughed. And dont pay any money up front. Thats a big con too. Thanks for your comment Terry. We aren't older, we're in our 30's. As much as I do sympathize with the long and hard hours many of these employees work, this isn't a blog about the labour situation in Indonesia, it's a blog about where to find a great massage in Bali.

Falling asleep on your customers or constantly being on the phone is NOT a service anyone should pay for and I am bringing that to light in this article.
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Things to do near Best Western Premier Panbil Things to do near HARRIS Resort Barelang Batam Things to do near Aston Batam Hotel & Residences Things to do near Beverly Hotel Batam Things to do near Grands I Hotel Things to do near Swiss-Belhotel Harbour Bay Things to do near KTM Resort Things to do near Swiss-Belinn Baloi Batam Things to do near Planet Holiday Hotel Things to do near ASTON Inn Gideon - Batam Things to do near Pacific Palace Hotel Things to do near Golden View Hotel Things to do near The BCC Hotel & Residence Things to do near Batam Center Hotel Restaurants Flights Vacation Rentals Shopping It's a red temple where locals come to pray.

On the left side of the main gate, there is a line of stalls selling food and some stuff for prayers. Behind the red temple is the main hall where the three highest buddhas sit: Gotama (center), Bhaisajyaguru (right) and Amitabha (left). It's highly serene in there. A getaway from city life!!!! Suitable for those who don’t really want to do any of the typical shopping in Batam and just want to hang around by the beach, relax and do Swimming.

Husband and I even booked a couple massage at the resort. And we put our 6 year old at the kids club whilst we did this. Massage of course is not as cheap as you would find it outside the resort.

But, at least we didn’t have to worry about what my little one would be upto. The room is standard and basic. Even the toilet facilities is just a stand up shower.

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No bathtub/jacuzzi style bathroom. But, it’s okay. The facilities around the resort make up for the basic room. Breakfast was superbbbbbb. So much food and there was even a little entertainment dance number by the staff! We dined by the poolside and even had Shisha. Food at the resort was Ofcourse not cheap as you would find it outside.

There is a free shuttle bus every 2 hours that goes to Batam Ferry Terminal. So, if you want to head to the town, you can hop on the free shuttle bus. Gojek doesn’t come to the hotel, and the hotel transport at the resort can provide transport around Batam for you. We paid about $30 (if I’m not wrong) return trip to go to Nagoya. The driver waited for us too. SUNSET IS SO BEAUTIFUL!!!!

so get your camera/phones ready for that beautiful shot by the swimming pool/beach with the sunset in the background. Would definitely return!! 280k Vietnamese passed through this site between 1979 and 1996.and the world seems to know ZIPPO about it.

This needs money spent on it BIG TIME, as it is predominantly in decay.although some churches are being renovated. This is, after the Bridge, the supposed No 2 Tourist attraction in the Batam Island Group.and if restored, could be so, so much better. An absolute eye opener, and so glad we visited.but, it has so much potential to shine.not only for Batam, but out of respect to the Vietnamese who were uprooted from their homelands here.

There were barracks, homes, churches, schools, administration blocks, hospitals.with the jungle wining the battle in most areas Well worth the drive.but, please.throw some good money at it deserves it!! Small indoor amusement park with no air conditioning. Suitable for children between height 90-135 cm as most rides are for this group. Some ride are restricted to children below 120 cm.

Hence, I would recommend this place more for preschool kids. We bought Reborn spa bali credits and got IDR300,000 free. Rides cost between IDR15,000 to 20,000. The card can also be used at the small arcade which is in the same compound but air conditioned.

games cost IDR2900 to 3900. I have a 9 yo and a 7 yo. The amusement park was somewhat reborn spa bali for the 9 yo. As a family, we enjoyed the bumper cars the most.We had lunch at the Japanese restaurant just next to the amusement park which sold super affordable Japanese food.

Masjid Raya Batam located at Batam Center Government Offices area, walking distance to Hotel Harris Batam Center, Mega Mall, Batam Center Ferry Terminal, Gasoline Station, and many more, this is the biggest mosque in Batam Island, car parking available, if you need more information about the mosque may visit mosque administration offices at lower floor Didn't spend much time at the mall and my shopping was limited to the first floor.

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From what I can see lots of muslimah clothing, bags, shoes and electronics (laptops, speakers). Saw some cafes that looked nice.

Front of supermarket had a few food carts which looked quite nice reborn spa bali I didn't get to try anything. There's a small coffee kiosk at the entrance that served a very nice avocado shake. Supermaket was also on 1st floor and seemed quite big.

Almost a hypermart but not sure as I didn't really explore. Mall itself looked a bit old but still acceptable, was bright and not dingy-looking. This is mainly a mall for locals I feel. The starbucks and breadtalk are more universal food outlets, the others are quite local. The supermarket is local too. Everything in this mall except Starbucks, the Bubble Tea Shop and Break Talk and a Sushi Place is local.

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