Bali is one of more than 18000 islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago and is situated between Java and Lombok. Bali is fairly small, with some 3.8 million inhabitants and measures 140 km from East to West and 80 km from North to South. Bali’s culture is predominantly Hindu, but the Balinese are open and welcoming to other cultures, religions and visitors alike. While the south of the island is very developed with many resorts, the northern part of Bali, especially the region around Munduk Moding Plantation, provides a much more authentic feel of the island. Munduk Moding Plantation lies in the countryside in the northern part of the island, close to the rainforest and the three central lakes (Bratan, Buyan and Tamblingan) as well as Munduk – a hill station renowned for its lush green environment and trekking possibilities. Lying at about 1000 meters, Munduk Moding Plantation has spectacular viewsof the coast, the Java Sea and the central mountains. Munduk Moding Plantation is located about 30 minutes driving from Lovina and an hour and a half from Ubud. The airport is a good two hour drive. Munduk Moding Plantation offers transfers to and from the airport as well as pick-up and drop-offs anywhere on the island.