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The Kul Kul Farm

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Jl. Raya Sibang Kaja | Banjar Saren, Badung, Abiansemal 80352, Indonesia
+62 811-3896-070
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Despite my attempts to contact Kul Kul Farm. No one answers the phone and no one replys to any... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2017
Lefty M
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Adelaide, Australia
Interesting and informativ

The Kul Kul Farm tour was very interesting and inspiring. Our guide was very keen about the... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Beat9935
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Switzerland
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The Kul Kul Farm at Green School Bali is a social enterprise located within 2 minutes of our main Green School Campus. The farm is a living, learning farm, market garden and education centre offering residential courses, weekend workshops and events in regenerative agriculture, organic food-growing and sustainable living. Every Thursday we host an Open Day from 9:00am till Lunch by donation. Join us!
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Jl. Raya Sibang Kaja | Banjar Saren, Badung, Abiansemal 80352, Indonesia
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+62 811-3896-070
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Reviewed 24 August 2017

Despite my attempts to contact Kul Kul Farm. No one answers the phone and no one replys to any emails I send them. I have been on their website, left messages, even got a local to call and even tried to go through Green School...More

Thank Lefty M
Reviewed 30 April 2017

The Kul Kul Farm tour was very interesting and inspiring. Our guide was very keen about the permaculture and organic lifestyle. The tour was very good organized and included a very delicious meal. Something to be recommended.

Thank Beat9935
Reviewed 20 November 2016

after 2 months of permaculture and bamboo experience at the farm I must confess this was an extraordinary stay for me. the programs they are running like pdc and bamboo u, as well as open days on thursday, never makes u feel bored and apart...More

Thank Gilbert M
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

Maria and Orin are an amazing couple that are really walking the talk of permaculture. It have been in the farm many times and it is amazing how they are constantly making it better and better. I did a PDC there and highly recommend it!...More

Thank Carol D
Reviewed 24 September 2016 via mobile

Far surpassed my expectations. The farm is a beautiful place inspiring thought, creativity and community spirit. Would highly recommend a visit to anyone with an open mind wanted to experience something unique and unforgettable. Thank you Maria and Orin for opening your home and hearts...More

Thank ahm1988
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Visited the Kul Kul Farm on Thursday morning when there are activities open to the public. Entrance is free, however who wants to join for a super farm fresh and healthy meal is asked for a small donation. First we were taken for a tour...More

1  Thank FarrMicallefTrigona
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

Amazing place to visit for a day, weekend or longer depending on your plans! I have been to Kul Kul Farm many times for daily adventure with friend and family! This weekend I completed a weekend course which was absolutely amazing and fun and I...More

Thank TLGmom3
Reviewed 30 January 2016

The Kul Kul farm is by far the best option for accommodation/education/leisure in this area. Its beautiful gardens are lush and tropical, the animals are cute, docile and productive and Orin and Maria are youthful, warm and welcoming, not to mention the staff, we became...More

Thank Brianna B
Reviewed 23 January 2016 via mobile

Orin and Maria invited us to come to their weekly open farm day where we got to get our hands dirty and help plant some seeds. It's been so long since we worked in the dirt, too long actually. really a lot of fun. And...More

1  Thank 280galinas
Reviewed 8 January 2016

While living in Bali, I loved being able to tour Maria and Orin's gorgeous Kul Kul Farm through their Open Farm Thursdays program. It's an event that I looked forward to, as it allowed me to do four of my favorite things all at the...More

Thank lisatravelstheglobe
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