Where To Go

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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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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Sail Away with Me : Take a Cruise Around the Islands

Coastal Living | Sep 08, 2019

Pushing off shore into the waves and a warm ocean breeze whilst slowly losing sight of land is a liberating feeling, as if you’re literally sailing away from life’s problems. With the help of enticing backdrops, like the towering Mt.Agung, setting sail in Bali is an experience that exudes a tropical charm, great for couples […]

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South Coast Sedution

Coastal Living | Sep 05, 2019

Happy hours and happy crowds, water sports and five-star resorts – yes Bali’s south coast is where all the action is, where lifestyle and leisure come together for an island experience that beckon many to its shores. From slow-moving Sanur to the new buzz of Canggu and the lavish quarters of Nusa Dua, variety and […]

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Into The Blue : Bali’s Best Diving Spots

Coastal Living | Sep 05, 2019

Bali has been a destination for divers since the early 70s, attracting people from all over the world.  With a mesmerising underwater seascape that surrounds the island, – North, South, East, West – diving in Bali offers variety and exotic sea life.  Here are the top 5 dive sites in and around Bali:- Nusa Penida Dive Sites An island off the shore of Bali’s south east coast, Nusa Penida has now made it onto every Bali visitor’s bucket list, known for its particularly ‘Instagramable’ landscapes, cliffs and beaches. Long […]

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Exploring The Nusas

Coastal Living | Sep 05, 2019

A lot is happening in Bali’s three sister islands. Named Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida, the islands are popular among those seeking a quick getaway from the increasingly hectic pace of mainland Bali. Anyone entering any of these three ‘Nusas’ will instantly appreciate the islands’ magnificent, tranquil atmosphere.  There are a myriad of […]

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Roadtripping Bali’s Rural East Coast

Coastal Living | Sep 04, 2019

The spectacular coastal roads of east Bali are an adventure in their own right, with green hills on one side and stunning cliffs and open ocean views on the other. The east coast of Bali is more than just a haven for divers and snorkelers, the area offers a peek into local livelihoods. From temples […]

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Bali’s Undiscovered West Coast

Coastal Living | Sep 04, 2019

Quiet beaches and empty roads in Bali may seem like a thing of the past with Bali getting more popular every year. The streets today seem to be busying, the beaches lined with places and people, however if you head west you’ll find that the ‘old Bali’ still lives on. Situated at the westernmost tip […]

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Pura Kahyangan Jagat: Nine Temples of Auspicious Locations

Island of Culture | Aug 01, 2019

Here on the island, there are nine temples known as the Pura Kahyangan Jagat. Meaning the ‘palaces of the gods’, the temples of Kahyangan Jagat are spread across nine cardinal directions (eight wind directions with another being in the centre), aimed to foresee any evil attack from any direction, and repel it.  There’s something special […]

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