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…
voa As from midnight on 3 July 2014, the Visa On Arrival (VOA) will increase from USD 25 to USD 35 per person (incl. children). A VOA is the 30-day visa that most tourists use when visiting Bali on holi…
Ombak-Bali-artwork2014 It's almost time for another Ombak Bali International Film Festival. The popular event will take place at La Plancha on Seminyak beach from 18 - 20 July (weather depending of course, based on last y…
Saraswati-Web-copy The popular Ubud Writers & Readers Festival will take place in Ubud this year from 1st to 5th October. This will be the 11th year the festival will be held and will honor Saraswati, the Hindu pa…
Amed 2 What's it like? Amed is a quiet beachside village located in the northeastern part of Bali. The relaxed fishing village attracts mostly divers and snorkelers who come to explore the coral reefs n…
indo food blog 2 One of the best things about visiting Bali is trying out the local food. It is a common misunderstanding that all Indonesian food is super spicy, however you can often choose how "hot" you'd like …
3586227901_bda185cd0a_b Bali Zoo in Sukawati recently announced the birth of a highly endangered baby Javan Lutung. The Javan Lutung is endemic to the islands of Java, Lombok and Bali, and is on the International Union fo…
canggu_1 (2)   Just a few minutes' drive out of Seminyak, heading north towards Tanah Lot, you will find the laid-back area of Canggu, an area where you can still see lush rice fields and sleepy cows grazing next…

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