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Bali Still Safe? 2,291 People Enter Bali from East Java

What's On | May 22, 2020

For those of us who live on the island, it has been blatantly visible that people are beginning to relax on social distancing and staying at home. 2 months of frustration, and the seemingly positive news surrounding Bali’s Covid-19 situation has created the perfect recipe for this. However, we urge to stand fast because outside […]

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‘Plastic For Rice’ : Providing Sustenance by Keeping Bali Clean

Our Bali Heroes | May 14, 2020

A new barter scheme conceived by an Ubud restaurateur is helping a village in Tabanan stay afloat amidst the pandemic. Trading trash for food, or ‘Plastic for Rice’, is an effort to reduce waste problems in villages, whilst keeping families in need nourished and healthy. In the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunity. When […]

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Fundraising: Help to Provide Clean Drinking Water to Bali Families in Need

What's On | May 13, 2020

The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in Bali has led to many locals losing their jobs and livelihoods. To help those affected by the pandemic, Social ImpaKt launches a crowdfunding campaign to provide families in need with water filters for clean drinking water. Founded in 2014 by Jeroen van Overbeek, Social ImpaKt is an organisation […]

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Bali Hotel Promotions: Buy Now, Save More, Travel Later!

Deals & Promotions | Apr 30, 2020

Amidst the Covid 19 outbreak, one of the hardest hit industries has been Bali’s hotels and resorts. But not all is lost! If you’re dreaming of a future Bali holiday, or perhaps needing a long escape (and we know you are!) destinations are offering amazing rates and promotions right now for you to take advantage […]

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Alcohol Delivery in Bali : Wine, Beer, Liquor to Your Doorstep

What's On | Apr 24, 2020

If you’re needing to drown your sorrows, or have organised a Zoom Drinking Conference with your friends, then make sure you’ve stocked up with the available services for alcohol delivery in Bali .  Just because the bars, restaurants and clubs are closed, it doesn’t mean you can’t have yourself a party. Well, a party of […]

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The NOW! Bali Podcast

What's On | Apr 23, 2020

Bringing you the richness of Balinese culture, heritage and history through this specially curated audio experience, NOW! Bali aims to create a deeper appreciation on why Bali is a truly unique destination not only in Indonesia, but in the world.  The NOW! Bali Podcast shares mythology, folklore, cultural explanations and insights that shed a light […]

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Bali Provincial Government Extends ‘Work From Home’ Until Mid May

What's On | Apr 22, 2020

In a Circular Letter released by the Bali Regional Government (Pemertinah Provincial Bali), signed and confirmed by Bali Governor I Wayan Koster, it has been stated that the ‘Work From Home’ mandate has been extended until 13 May 2020. Below we have done a direct translation of the official Circular Letter from Indonesian to English, […]

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Stay Longer: Mercure Bali Legian Offers Month-Long Stay Package

Deals & Promotions | Apr 15, 2020

Mercure Bali Legian has launched their ‘Stay Longer’ packages, which offer extended stays in comfort and luxury for up to 30 days with very affordable rates. With Bali’s population remaining indoors at this moment in time, Mercure Bali Legian is offering the alternative of staying somewhere with ultimate convenience. Imagine: no cleaning, no tidying, no […]

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Food Donations That Need Your Help in Bali

What's On | Apr 15, 2020

As businesses struggle, people are laid-off and charitable organisations lose their funding, we call on the community in Bali and around the world to help these worthy causes. These are centred on movements and organisations that are currently helping with food, as this is a very basic and necessary human need. Thank you for your […]

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How a School in Bali Has Adapted to Online Teaching Due to COVID-19

What's On | Apr 14, 2020

When a child hears that “school’s out”, the immediate, knee-jerk reaction is often a jump for joy. “No more work! No more study! Yay!” Whatever it is amongst children, it just seems to be the go-to emotion, that is, until they realise what a life without school really means… Yes, with the need for social […]

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