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A good budget option off the beach

Off the beach, central Jemeluk T: (081) 855 7504 (0852) 0532 8813

Kubuku Homestay

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Kubuku is the best of a cluster of budget homestays off an offbeach side road than runs off the main road through Jemeluk.

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It’s simple, but the price is right. Rooms are clean and well looked after, with a small, well-loved garden area. Rooms have a small terrace, comfortable beds and clean bathrooms. All are fan-cooled only. If you don’t mind being off the beach and not having a swimming pool, you’re paying a third here of what you’ll pay beachside. If full, there’s a second property immediately behind with poorer rooms at the same price. Still only a five-minute walk from the heart of Jemeluk and the beach, Kebuku is a good option for budget travellers looking for off-the-beach comfort. If you’re staying for more than a couple of nights be sure to ask for a discount. Similar fare is available nearby out on the main road, with both Pondok Aldi and Panji homestay offering decent and clean rooms, but they catch a good deal more traffic noise -- we’d try here first.


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Walk-in rates at Kubuku Homestay

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
150,000 rupiah
150,000 rupiah
Room: Standard double room, low season: 150,000 rupiah, high season 150,000 rupiah. Notes:

Where is Kubuku Homestay

Kubuku Homestay
Off the beach, central Jemeluk
T: (081) 855 7504 (0852) 0532 8813
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º39'34.65" E, 8º20'22.88" S
Room rates: Under 150,000 Rp

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