Tai Chi Retreat in Munduk - North Bali
Replies: 5 - Last Post: Feb 13, 2013 4:43 AM Last Post By: jasonyoungdenmark
Jan 23, 2013 6:57 PM
Tai Chi Retreat in Munduk - North BaliJust in case anyone is interested. A couple of weeks ago I did a fantastic 4 day Tai Chi Retreat for beginners in Munduk, which is in the mountains, inland from the north coast of Bali. Although there a heaps of yoga studios in Bali, especially in Ubud, Tai Chi Bali are the only people offering Tai Chi retreats, not just for beginners, as well as regurlar Tai Chi classes. For more info you can send me a message. I simply loved it, and it's worthwile staying in Munduk for a couple of days and doing some hiking, even if you are not interested in doing Tai Chi.
Jan 24, 2013 5:45 AM
I am glad to read that somebody loved Munduk. I have never been there before, but am intending to visit in May 2013. Could you please give me some advice about great walking trips, other nature activities, and accommodation that you would recommend? And, how did you get around, while you stayed in Bali?
Jan 24, 2013 8:40 PM
2Hi Jason, I actually live in Bali, but I usually get a car with driver, a little expensive, but a lot more comfortable and safer than riding a scooter. The main activity in Munduk is hiking and every guest house will gladly recommend a guide, or walks (if you don't want a guide). Relatively near is Bedugul with a lovely botanical garden (don't bother visiting the one in Ubud, I just went there a few weeks ago, and it's not being maintained PLUS it costs Rp50.000 (about $5 entrance fee per person). Accommodation depends on budget/needs, but you can always check out agoda to get you started and to give you an idea.
Feb 10, 2013 7:27 AM
Feb 13, 2013 4:41 AM
thanks for your reply to my earlier post. We have decided to stay at Puri Alam, at Munduk, for six nights, and experience all the walking and lakes, and other activities that the area offers. So, any specific recommendations about places to go would be fantastically appreciated!!
Feb 13, 2013 4:43 AM
5Oh yes, and thanks for the recommendation about Bedugul Botanic Garden. I have heard from another source that it is worthwhile visiting. I will give Ubud Botanic Garden a miss then. Have you seen the herons that fly into north Ubud? Is that worth seeing?
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