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Breman: Bali’s Newest Microbrewery, Bar and Restaurant

Dining Reviews | Apr 06, 2021

If you’re planning on a trip to the Eastern coast of Bali, then a pitstop to Blahbatuh district should be jotted down in your itinerary. Why? Because after a day of exploration and adventure, there’s nothing better than a cold pint of beer to quench your thirst, and in that area, there’s a new microbrewery […]

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Reinventing Bali Tourism : A Vision of Creativity, Education and Entrepreneurship

Personal Perspective | Apr 01, 2021

Bali attracts intellectuals, artists, seekers and the inquisitive by the millions. Art, culture and the curiosity to experience an alternative culture initiated the island’s tourism industry over a century ago. 2020 was a benchmark in global social and cultural upheaval representing the dawning of a new age of personal and collective transformation. The pandemic has […]

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Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets

Where To Go | Mar 25, 2021

Featuring masks used in shamanistic practices, communal rituals, and theatrical performances, this gem speaks of the human impulse to transform one’s identity. The Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets presents a treasure trove of heritage quite unlike anything else. Celebrating cultures and traditions by housing over 1,300 masks and 5,700 puppets from across the […]

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Bali’s Lontar Museum : A Library of Ancient Wisdom

What To Do | Mar 05, 2021

Living their day-to-day, the Balinese follow a set of rules and routines inherited from their ancestors, recorded on palm-leaf manuscripts. From plant-care to the philosophy of death, thousands of these centuries-old literature still exist on the island. Some remain part of furniture at homes, whilst many have been ‘rescued’ by the lontar doctors, ensuring they […]

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Blind : An Illusion of Beauty in Pandemic Bali

Personal Perspective | Feb 16, 2021

Since Covid penetrated the country, I often go to Sanur. I already have a favourite spot there: the soft, empty chairs from the Hotel Sindhu café, right on the beachfront. There, I look pensively out to where the land, sea and sky meet. I contemplate nature, the meaning of life and death. From my favourite […]

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Bali for Kids: Best Family-friendly Parks in Bali

What To Do | Jan 31, 2021

For those in Bali with kids looking for somewhere to enjoy a family day out, there are some great destinations to keep them entertained. Bali is home to many family-friendly parks that make for an exciting and memorable day out – both for the kids and the adults! From waterparks to bird sanctuaries, here are […]

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6 Bali Bootcamps That Will Kick You Back Into Shape

Explore Bali | Dec 30, 2020

One of the most popular fitness styles in Bali at the moment are ‘bootcamp’ style workout. If you’re not one for a standard workout in the gym or running on the treadmill, why not mix up your routine and challenge yourself in one of these awesome Bali bootcamps for a real fitness wake up. Note: Photos are taken before Covid-19 Pandemic […]

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GWK Bali : Facts You Didn’t Know About Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Where To Go | Nov 17, 2020

Soaring high from the hills of Uluwatu, a magnificent copper-brass statue towers over the island. You may see it airborne, as your plane descends for landing, but it’s visible from various locations on the island when you face southwards. Garuda Wisnu Kencana, colloquially known as GWK Bali, is an iconic landmark located within the GWK […]

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Ubud Monkey Forest Reopens: Things to Know Before You Go

Where To Go | Nov 05, 2020

After shutting its doors for several months due to the pandemic, renowned Ubud tourist destination, Ubud Monkey Forest, finally reopens to the public on 5 November 2020 with the new health and safety protocols intact. If you’re looking for things to do in Ubud, the monkey sanctuary is the perfect place to visit but before […]

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10 Fun Indoor Activities For When It’s Raining in Bali

What To Do | Oct 28, 2020

Unfortunately for many sun-seeking vacationers, October to January in Bali is notorious for its wet weather. As the rainy season kicks in, the beaches become a little less appealing but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of your time here on the island. Don’t let the rain get you down, as we’ve compiled […]

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