As we know, language is the most important part when we communicate with each other even when you are traveling to Bali. Sometimes Balinese people do not understand when you talk in English, this beca…
public holidays It's coming to the end of yet another year and if you're anything like us, some of you might already be planning your holiday to Bali in 2016.  Indonesia has many public holidays throughout the yea…
Products main A trip to Bali usually has most of us daydreaming of palm trees, cocktails and white sandy beaches, with a bit of local culture thrown in for good measure. What many visitors don't anticipate are d…
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…

Bali Weather 2015.01.17

bali weather Bali's tropical climate is the reason thousands of tourists visit the island every month. With the average temperature hovering between 27ºC - 30ºC, it makes for the perfect summer holiday destinati…
balinese caste system If you've ever been to Bali, you would be forgiven if you thought every second person's name was Wayan. Balinese children are named according to which caste the family belongs to and the order in wh…
free visa The latest news to hit the Island of Gods is that from January 2015, five major visitors to Indonesia will no longer have to pay to enter Indonesia for a holiday. The countries whose visa fees will …
public holidays If you're anything like us, you'll be busy planning next year's holidays or long weekends away to some remote tropical island. Below is a list of the National Public Holidays for the Republic of In…
visa 3   There have recently been a few changes at Bali's new Ngurah Rai International Airport that may affect visitors to the island. In this blog post we provide up to date information to help make…
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…

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