A Refreshing Hot Drink at Kintamani – A young mother sits casually, grinding coffee beans utilizing the conventional tools and methods. In the centre of the chamber, coffee beans roast in a large clay wash. A mouth watering aroma fills the breeze in all the regions of the chamber and beyond, exploding through openings and doors into the orchards that encircled it. This quaint little coffee live is found in the midst of a miniature coffee land along the main road to the mountainous town of Kintamani disctrict in Bali.
Visiting Kintamani has long been part of the usual schedule for both domestic and international tourists to Bali. Step away from the bustling noise of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Petitenget for a calmer flavour, refrigerate ridge climate and scenic encloses.
Getting to the volcanic Mount Batur, one of the primary extents of interest in Kintamani, takes about three hours from the more touristic center areas of Bali. Therefore, it’s best to programme your expedition with other residences to tour along the way.
The Bangli region, which houses the Kintamani district, is dwelling to several interesting points to map into your expedition. The village of Penglipuran is set along a hilly countryside a fascinating, well kept village composed of wide, brick superhighways, strung with rows of charming, antique lives with neatly manicured gardens in between. The village is a conventional one, which remains true to the traditional methods of bamboo building. In this bamboo town, almost everything around you is made from the abundant plant kitchens, splendid barriers and doorways, furniture, ceiling and barriers. Many of the vogues and inventions, such as the bamboo roof shingles, are unique to the small town and not perceived anywhere else. Guests to Penglipuran are usually gave to a taste of the far famed Bali Coffee.
Speaking of coffee, there is more to be seen and tasted along the way to Kintamani. Stop by Okina Kopi & Rempah-Rempah (Okyna Coffee and Spices), is located on the main road to Kintamani. A spacious parking land smothers the coffee live, large enough to accommodate several expedition buses, vehicles and motorbikes.