Explore Bali


On the Search for Bali’s Quiet Beaches

Explore Bali | Nov 09, 2019

Some destinations are worth the journey, especially if you enjoy long drives and even longer walks on the beach. These glorious seaside spots offer a quieter disposition to their celeb-status counterparts but still nurture a vibrant atmosphere to soak up the sun, surf, or even paraglide! The only catch is finding them, but that’s also […]

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A Night in Bali’s Wilderness : Amazing Escapes Out in Nature

Explore Bali | Nov 05, 2019

Exploring Bali’s far to reach destinations, far from the developing south coast, is the best way to witness ‘real Bali’. The island’s natural beauty takes centre stage, where rice fields, forests and mountainside dominate the landscape. If a mere day-trip to such areas doesn’t quench your thirst for the great outdoors, consider staying a night […]

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Exploring Bali’s Beaten Tracks

Explore Bali | Oct 31, 2019

Hiking Mount Batur in pursuit of sunrise, jogging down Campuhan Ridge, or posing on a swing 78-metres above the ground – these are all de rigueur experiences for Bali first-timers. However, for those who feel like ‘they’ve done it and seen it all’, you’re in luck. To spice up your Bali itinerary, we’ve curated a […]

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Three Causes of Well-Being in Bali

Explore Bali | Oct 11, 2019

Welcome to Bali where there are many traditions and cultural beliefs. One that I greatly admire and respect is TRI HITA KARANA which translates as “ Three causes of well-being”. No, they are not power, money and love! they are much more meaningful than that. They are: harmony with God, harmony among people and harmony […]

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“57×76” Exhibition at Komaneka Fine Art Gallery

Explore Bali | Oct 05, 2019

Komaneka Fine Art Gallery in Ubud is presenting “57 x 76”, a collaboration between artists  Hanafi and Goenawan Mohamad (GM). The ‘x’ sign in the title of this exhibition does not only reinforce the meaning of a meeting or dialogue, but also the fusion of the artistic visions of two figures who have long been […]

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Pura Ponjok Batu and the Boat-Shaped Shrine

Explore Bali | Oct 01, 2019

Julah village in Tejakula, Buleleng regency, is one of the areas in Bali where old traditions live on. Here, a sea temple attracts the pilgrims looking to be blessed with prosperity for their business, artists for skilful hands to create works of arts, and fishermen for an abundant catch on a day out at sea. […]

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4 Places to Make Your Own Unique Bali Gift

Retail Therapy | Oct 01, 2019

Whilst it may be customary to buy souvenirs for friends and family, perhaps a painting or maybe a little trinket, there is nothing as special as bringing something that you yourself made! On an island of art and culture there are plenty of opportunities to make yourself, or someone else a little, a little gift. From hand-made jewellery, to pottery, to traditional textiles, create something special with these hands-on Bali workshops. Jewellery Being true to your unique self is the philosophy at Dewi Sitha Jewelry. This […]

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The 7 Best Museums in Bali: Discovering Art and History

Explore Bali | Sep 22, 2019

When you are travelling, it is essential to understand the history of a place. Museums are the best places to go for this, filled with art, artefacts and mementos of culture. Here in Bali, the culture is rich and to learn and understand it you’ll need to go to the places that display this culture in […]

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North Bali : A Window into the Island’s Past

Coastal Living | Sep 16, 2019

The north coast of Bali provides a window into the island’s past. Here you’ll find a different kind of Bali, a haven for those looking to escape the tourist masses of the island’s south. Once the busiest part of Bali, the island’s north coast is now less explored compared to its southern counterpart. The area […]

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Why is Waste Wasting So Much of our Time?

Explore Bali | Sep 09, 2019

The two current obsessions of Bali are linked (symbolically  at least). The digital/ social media frenzy, symbolised by www, and the garbage or plastic fixation symbolised by wwww (waste, water and waste water). Maybe the solution is to match them together to create ‘thewastewaterworldwideweb’ project ? Certainly we need to find a solution quickly because […]

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