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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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Exploring Nusa Penida : A NOW! Bali Guide

Where To Go | Oct 27, 2020

If you’re in the search for an exotic island escape that’s more secluded than Bali, a place much more off-the-grid, where it’s just you and the profound beauty of nature, try exploring the neighbouring island of Nusa Penida. Nestled just off of mainland Bali, lies three small islands in the Klungkung Regency : Nusa Lembongan, […]

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Discovering the Best Waterfalls in Bali

Explore Bali | Oct 11, 2020

Bali is renowned for its pristine beaches, majestic hills, rich culture, luxurious resorts and fancy beach clubs, but it is also blessed with scores of breath-taking waterfalls that are scattered throughout the island. Many of them are easily accessible through a hike or trudge through forests, along trails and among wildlife. Here we invite you […]

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A Brief History of Sanur: The Birthplace of Bali’s Tourism

Where To Go | Sep 30, 2020

If you’ve ever wondered how Bali became a top tropical destination for globetrotters around the world, you need to look back in time and discover how the quiet village of Sanur became the gateway that introduced Bali to the rest of the world – and birthed the island’s flourishing tourism industry. Long ago, before Seminyak became known as the dining […]

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Mads Lange : Why a Danish Man Has a Kuta Street Named After Him

Where To Go | Sep 23, 2020

If you explore the backstreets of Kuta enough, you’ll come across a road named ‘Jalan Tuan Lange’, dedicated to Mads Lange , a Danish man who had a colourful Denmark is about as far from Bali as pickled herring is from nasi campur, but there was a period of 18 years when these two very disparate cultures intertwined in a […]

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The 7 Best Museums in Bali: Discovering Art and History

Explore Bali | Sep 22, 2020

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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Escape to Nusa Lembongan : A NOW! Bali Guide

Where To Go | Sep 15, 2020

It’s hard to imagine that an island like Bali requires its own island escape, but it exists! The three ‘nusas’ (islands) of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan serve this purpose exactly; each island presents they’re own sights and thrills and have become day-trip, weekend or even outright holiday destinations. Surrounded by azure waters […]

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Into The Blue : Bali’s Best Diving Spots

Coastal Living | Sep 05, 2020

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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Gunung Kawi: A Window into Ancient Bali

Explore Bali | Sep 01, 2020

One of Bali’s most ancient archaeological sites has for some reason remained off the main tourist trails. Gunung Kawi, found in the Tampaksiring area 30-minutes north of Ubud, is a stunning complex of shrines of an old Hindu civilisation from the 11th Century, and is a must-visit for any lover of history and culture.  Tampaksiring […]

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