image1 Jazz Market by The Sea is an annual cultural event that showcases the talents of Indonesia through music, art, education and social activities. Celebrate Indonesia's Independence weekend this year b…
turtles 2 Traveling on the By Pass road from Kuta towards Sanur, you will pass the turn-off for Serangan, a small island with a good surf break, a couple of local warungs, a Hindu temple, plenty of cows and n…
water Bali may be known for its famed terraced rice fields and fascinating culture, but it's also a popular destination for those looking to take part in exciting water activities like parasailing, jet sk…
Sanur Festival The annual Sanur Village Festival will take place from 20 to 24 August this year and will be held at Segara Beach in Sanur. The popular festival aims to celebrate the creativity of the Sanur communi…
devdan Devdan Devdan is a spectacular stage performance held four nights a week at the Nusa Dua Theater, which opened in BTDC Nusa Dua in 2011. The air-conditioned theater boasts state-of-the-art faciliti…
sushi 2 Bali is an island surrounded by the Indian Ocean, offering some of the best seafood to be had. There is no shortage of fresh tuna, squid, octopus and lobster, meaning there are some great sushi and …
shop Beachwalk (Jl. Pantai Kuta)   Beachwalk was opened in April 2012 and is conveniently located opposite Kuta Beach. The three-storey shopping mall has a unique design that includes an open-air amphi…
pic Don't drink the tap water  It's important to stay hydrated in Bali, but don't drink the tap water! Bottled water is inexpensive and easily accessible all over the island, and many local people also…
yogya Yogyakarta - center of classical Javanese fine art and culture  What's it like? Yogyakarta is the second largest tourist destination in Indonesia (after Bali), and is often referred to simply as "…
etiquette A trip to Bali would not be complete without visiting at least one of the thousands of Hindu temples located all over the island. Ceremonies and temples are an integral part of the local Balinese cu…

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