wayang kulit Photo by: Putu Ariawan Tumpek Wayang is a series of Tumpek sacred days which is celebrated every 6 months (210 days). In this sacred days, Hindus will perform a ceremony directed to God as his mani…
bamboo blonde When you are visiting Seminyak, especially on Jalan Laksmana or better known as Jalan Oberoi or “eat street seminyak” you will find many restaurants or boutiques on this street and one of them is Ba…
table8 mulia When you are in Bali to welcome the year of the Earth dog as well as celebrating Chinese New Year 2018 in Bali, lunch or dinner at a nice restaurant will be a perfect option. Check on our today's post…
menjangan island Over the years, Bali has become more popular among tourists. A two-hour flight from Jakarta, the island is a paradise that is waiting for you to unravel. With a 360-degree view of the island, let’s s…
tumpek wayang Following on from our blog post series, in this month we will provide information and important events happening in and around Bali during the month of February 2018. 1. Tilem (15 February 2018) T…
Uncle Chong Restaurant If you’re passing Bypass Ngurah Rai Road (bypass) heading to Denpasar area, this Chinese Restaurant is one you won’t miss. Across from the Mercure Bali Harvestland Kuta, Uncle Chong is one of the ma…
The Balinese Home and Way of Life Photo by: Balidirections A quick glance at the various architectural elements of Bali tells a lot about the lifestyle of the Balinese. The temple gates and shrines are elaborate, intricately work…
sunrise The paradise call of Bali beckons people from across the globe every year to experience the lush landscape and beautiful culture of this magical island. Popular for all kinds of pursuits from yoga…
Men’s Corner: Top Recommendation Men’s Spa in Bali We all know today's lifestyle with pollution brings toll on a man's skin. Facial, scrubbing, massage are the things men should do in order to have healthy skin and relaxed mind from those hectic days.…
Kecak Dance is an especially unique and possibly the most dramatic of all Balinese dances. The dance take its name from the “cak” sound that is repeated throughout and it is a combination of dance and drama, Kecak Dance depicts the Hindu epic “Ramayana” that tells the story of Prince Rama who with the help of monkey like Vanara defeats the evil King Ravana to his Princess Sita. The perfomance of this dance normally starts at 6.00 p.m. at Uluwatu Temple. By spending IDR 100,000 for the entrance fee of Kecak Dance you will be amazed by this unique Balinese dance, at the same time you also will enjoy the dramatic sunset of Uluwatu. Our 8 Best Things to Do in Bali 2018 is a top recommendation if you have a plan to visit “The Island of The God” soon. From family trip to adventures trip, enjoying beautiful sceneries to wonderful ma…

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