Where To Go

Jatiluwih : The Brilliant Greens of Tabanan

Explore Bali | Feb 27, 2019

The enchanting natural beauty that awaits you at Jatiluwih certainly justifies the long drive. The area is still relatively quiet, and to avoid getting lost, bring a map and familiarise yourself ahead of time with two or three of the towns you will encounter along the route.  Rice fields such as those in Tabanan regency […]

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Klenteng : Bali’s Chinese Temples Paint the Island Red

Explore Bali | Jan 31, 2019

Apart from being a time to feast and reunite with family, Chinese New Year is a festivity accompanied by a large array of customs and rituals. This significant holiday is also the time when the Chinese temples, or Klenteng, across Bali celebrate by painting the island red. Among the highlights during Chinese New Year festivities to […]

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Into the Hills of Pupuan, Untouched Bali

Explore Bali | Dec 05, 2018

This beautifully landscaped area is just where to go if you long for tranquility and relaxation, and if you would like to experience Bali in its own special and traditional nature. Despite its natural breathtaking beauty, Pupuan still hasn’t made it to many travellers’ bucket list of places to visit in Bali – I’m guessing […]

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Holy Night in a Land of Spirits

Explore Bali | Dec 05, 2018

Christmas may come as a ‘quiet’ day here in Bali as a predominantly Hindu island. Yet, tucked away in the Jembrana regency side of the almost 20,000-hectare West Bali National Park, one could find a little Christmas surprise package. Yes, the western Bali villages of Palasari and Blimbingsari, areas known as the dwelling place of […]

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Denpasar When the Sun Goes Down

Explore Bali | Nov 05, 2018

When it comes to club hopping and partying the night away, Denpasar may not be the first destination that springs to mind. With that being said, the island’s capital still has places for the night crawlers to head out to as the moon rises.  No skyscrapers or anything metropolitan decorating the city, but Denpasar still […]

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Tenganan Pegringsingan : The Village of the Ancient Balinese

Explore Bali | Nov 01, 2018

Just off the popular Candidasa in East Bali, Tenganan Pengringsingan is an ancient village that, in the midst of the modernity Bali currently sees, still embraces the rural life as it was centuries ago.    Tourism has indeed seen daylight in Tenganan Pengrisingan. With that being said, the village still retains much of its centuries-old […]

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Puri Anyar Kerambitan : A Palace of History

Explore Bali | Oct 02, 2018

The Bali tourists of today often stay on the paths provided. By that I mean that they choose to visit destinations that thousands of people continue to go to, you know, the main thrills of Bali. I have no qualms with Bali’s main tourist sites. The majestic Tanah Lot Temple, epic Uluwatu Temple, Ubud’s entertaining […]

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Discovering the Treasures of Gianyar Regency

Explore Bali | Sep 03, 2018

Gianyar is characterised by its terraced rice fields, dense forests, and dramatic, rolling landscapes. Nature really stands out in this region, and so do the region’s villages of naturally talented artists and craftsmen. Coming through Jalan Tohpati to Gianyar, you’ll drive through Batubulan, the region’s village that is home to the island stone carvers. This […]

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Touring Tabanan: Lakes, Rice Fields and Botanical Gardens

Explore Bali | Aug 06, 2018

The green belt of Bali, Tabanan is just the place to go if you long for tranquility and relaxation – and if you would like to experience Bali in its own special and traditional nature. This beautifully landscaped regency is divided into a series of environments. The lowlands are covered with rice fields, while the […]

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Klungkung : Craftsmen , Heritage and History

Where To Go | Jul 05, 2018

Ubud is now known as the centre of Bali’s arts and crafts. But around 700 years ago, in the 1300s, Klungkung was the home base of the ruler of the island, making the region not only the place for the central government, but also the centre of Bali’s arts and culture. Today, away from the […]

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