Cantik Luwak Civet Coffee Farm in Gianyar Regency, Bali Province

For some tourists, especially foreigners, visiting a local coffee farm becomes a new experience indeed. It even gives the best experience if they come to Cantik Luwak Civet Coffee Farm located in Bali Province. The exact location is in Manukaya Village and it belongs to Tampaksiring Sub-District, actually. So, what can tourists do on the site? Usually, they drop by to watch the process of making the Luwak Coffee and take some pictures during the visit. The best thing is everyone is allowed to enter the farm freely! Not to mention they are allowed to buy and try the so-called most expensive coffee in the world!

The Nuance
For the information, the best coffee beans only grow in the best and most suitable environment. No wonder, Cantik Luwak Coffee Civet Farm is located in a highland having the height of 700 meters above the sea level. Also, the temperature is moderate and refreshing. In terms of nuance, the farm looks traditional and simple. However, it offers a peaceful and relaxing ambiance. That means visitors are able to relax while enjoying a cup of super delicious warm coffee! Do not forget that they can also watch the making process of such coffee directly!

Exploring Cantik Luwak Civet Coffee Farm
Actually, Cantik Farm is not the only place that tourists can visit to spend agrotourism in Bali Province. Still, it is considered the best place to do it! That means has a nice popularity, both among the locals and outsiders. Plus, the site is quite strategic and reachable from everywhere. For first-timers, though, they must consider hiring a local guide who can show the direction in a more efficient manner. After all, this person may tell thorough information related to the farm and the coffee making procedure later.

Well, the first thing to do once arriving at Cantik Farm Luwak Civet Coffee Farm is to relax and enjoy the nuance. This explains why many people come to the location to enjoy relaxation. After resting and witnessing the stunning panorama, they can start learning about the coffee making procedure (especially related to the civet). The good thing is they are allowed to drink a cup of coffee freely!

Later, before going back to Denpasar City or the hotel, tourists should buy some fresh coffee beans as souvenirs. After all, those are good products and considered the best! The thing is the coffee beans were taken from the poops’ of civets, which haven’t dissolved in their stomach. Such natural and unique process gives a distinct texture and taste of the coffee, therefore. Well, for further information, make sure to watch the procedure and listen to the explanation on the site.

Nearby Attractions

  • Tirta Empul Temple
  • Tangkup Waterfall

How to Get There
For those coming from Denpasar City, they need to spend about 1 hour and 25 minutes to get to Cantik Luwak Civet Coffee Farm. It is because the distance is 42.7 km. What they need to do is to get to Gianyar Regency first. Next, they can simply head to Tampaksiring Sub-District and reach Manukaya Village immediately where the coffee farm resides. For a faster trip, it is recommended to take Raya Tampaksiring Street.

Where to Stay

  • Puri Gangga Resort
  • Suarapura Resort
  • Elephant Safari Lodge
  • Padma Resort

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