gunung main About 18km northeast of Ubud lies the Pakerisan Valley, a lush area also known as the "Valley of Kings". It's here in this valley that you will find the small village of Tampaksiring and the impress…
bali international airport Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) Bali's only international airport, Ngurah Rai International Airport, is also confusingly referred to as Denpasar Airport even though it's not located in Den…
monkey forest main Most trips to Bali will include a visit to Ubud, unless you're a surfer and only plan on  staying near the coast. Ubud is known as the cultural heart of Bali and a place for yogis, but it's also t…

Omed-Omedan 2015.04.03

omed omedan Once a year, youngsters in a certain village in Bali have a valid excuse to kiss members of the opposite sex. Known as Omed-omedan, the "kissing ritual" is held the day after Nyepi, (Balinese New Ye…
jungut batu main The island of Nusa Lembongan is just 30 minute's boat ride from Bali and makes a relaxing break when the traffic and tourists of the South gets too much. Boats for Lembongan depart from Sanur and yo…
le pirates main ENG We did a little happy dance when we heard that Le Pirate was coming to Bali. We'd first stumbled across this bright and breezy concept on a trip to Nusa Ceningan, where the original Le Pirates was b…
In this blog post we introduce you to some of the best coffee shops and cafes in Kuta, all of which have been personally visited by us. Coffee-lovers have a choice of places to get their caffeine fix …
hanoman Every one knows about Monkey Forest Road in Ubud, however the road that runs parallel to this is also worth taking a leisurely stroll down. Be warned though, it might take you a while as this little…
serangan Sometimes the beaches of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak can just seem too busy. If you're looking for a quiet stretch of beach with only a couple of simple warungs and a good surf break, then head to Ser…
ogoh ogoh If you visit the island of Bali towards the end of March, you may just find yourself walking amongst giant frightening statues in what is known as the ogoh-ogoh parade. The festival is held every y…

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