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Venture with us through the streets of Ubud, party at our side and the Rock Bar in Uluwatu and pause awhile as we show you what Bali has to offer every adventure, cultural or yoga enthusiast!
At first glance, it might seem like the small town of Ubud shuts down fairly early, but there are a few places that keep the night lively if you know where to look. This little town hosts live music, movies, and secluded spots for an enchanting night party. Here are...read more
Festivals and ceremonies occur year-round in Bali, celebrating every aspect of Balinese life and culture. But the biggest and most unforgettable of these happen only a few times a year. Bali is a great place to be during these festivals, as you won’t want to miss the...read more
Bali produces some of the best chocolate in the entire world. The locals harvest pods from native cacao plants and transform it into rich, sweet delights unlike those you can find anywhere else. If you want to see how it’s done and take part in the magic, the Pod...read more
Ubud is an amazing city nestled in the heart of Bali. Set against a background of lush tropical foliage, you can find a bustling city where traditional Balinese customs go hand-in-hand with more modern amenities. Not only is Ubud a center of culture and art,...read more
Bali is a great place for English speaking travelers because most of the locals speak English as well. But if you’d like to get a smile from the locals (and maybe a better price) it’s helpful to know a few words of the local lingo. The Indonesian language is easy and...read more
Grajagan Bay, or G-Land as it is affectionately known in the surfing community, is a world famous stretch of beach and reef, and home to one of the most perfect surfable waves on the planet. As kids, surfers grow up staring at photos of G-Land plastered to their...read more
When you think of Bali, what comes to mind? Sunsets, beaches, coconuts, and smiles? Well, it used to for me, but now I’ve experienced a more thrilling side to the island of the gods, and I just have to share with you! Get prepared to see Bali like you haven’t before,...read more
Bali can be quite the expensive affair with its lush hotels, fine-dining restaurants, beach side bars, shops, and tourist attractions, but if you are travelling on a budget, don't worry as Bali has so much to offer, and you don't have to spend a lot to have an amazing...read more
Like so many other events on the Balinese social calendar, The Bali Kite Festival is a seasonal religious festival, which is “intended to send a message to Hindu Gods to create abundant harvests and crops.” (Wikipaedia) The Festival takes place at roughly the same...read more
If you're travelling with your family, whether your children be young or old, Bali has a range of fun-filled activities to keep the whole clan happy! When it's time to relax, you can take your pick of any of the many beautiful beaches located around the island, and...read more
Tirta Gangga is a beautiful water park in East Bali and definitely not to be missed. The name Tirta Gangga actually refers to the name of a majestic water palace that was commissioned and built by the king of Karangasem province in the 1930’s and 40’s. It is situated...read more
My mission this morning is to make it to the world famous Monkey Forest, nestled in the heart of Ubud. I've heard that it is best to get there early, as the gates open at 7am. Try to beat the touring throngs that will arrive later in the morning and to get a glimpse...read more