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Read all the mixed reviews. I've always wanted to come to the cemetery so we went . First of all, of course book with a tour guide dont go it alone you will get ripped a new one , and there is no guide over...More
I wouldnt go there even for free. Trip was very expensive. We went there by boat (500 thousands rupiah and the entrance fee to the village was 60k for 2 people) but there is nothing special to see. The cementary is messy. There are much...More
We were pulled over by local who said we could join a boat to Trunyan Cemetery with other people,so the price would be lower. Agreed for 500k for 2 persons.We thought, a little bit much , but ok we do it. After arriving in the...More
When we came off the bamboo dock we were greeted by several skulls sitting on shelves on the gateway. The priest was also at the entrance to give us insight into what we were seeing. The are four “guardians inside the wall. Coins and debris...More
For those who like Balinese unique tradition would find it interesting but to charter a boat it's quite expensive. The cemetery itself is not well maintained. It's quite small and dirty. I am hoping they would clean it a bit.
If I could go back....More
A 2 hour drive and a 20 minuet boat ride will bring you to Trunyan cemetery. The only place in Bali where the dead are not buried ..Placed above ground under bamboo cages,the village dead are left to decay The cemetery is located on the...More
We rent a motorbike from ubud to trunyan. It took about 2 hours(and plus 2 hours to go back) It was apprx 50km. Also the road was not too safe. The boat price from trunyan to cemetery was 750 000 IDR. There was no discount....More
Complete rip off by local fishermen from who we hired a boat to take us to the cemetery. We then were required to make additional “donations” upon arrival - 10K/person.
Cemetery is tiny and we did not spend much time there. This is a very...More
The crystal clear water of lake Batur serenading through Mt Batur, is a view straight out of a painting. We were there, not for the beautiful trek but for something #OFFBEATISH. Hidden in the mountains lies a unique death ritual set by the habitants of...More
We found the most wonderful guide named Yansu Tersenyum in Ubud, Bali whose contact information can be found under the Trip Advisor listing of Bali Yansu Tour. He drove us from Ubud and arranged for the boat ride to the... More
We found the most wonderful guide named Yansu Tersenyum in Ubud, Bali whose contact information can be found under the Trip Advisor listing of Bali Yansu Tour. He drove us from Ubud and arranged for the boat ride to the cemetery and back. All the hassle of getting to the cemetery was eliminated by going with him. He knew everyone in the village. After visiting the cemetery he even had us come to his grandfather's home in Trunyan Village for tea with his family. He is very reasonably priced, speaks great English, has a nice car with good air conditioning, and he is a great driver.