NOW! Bali Blog

Economist Tracks Data to Show Mt.Agung’s Changing Moods

NOW! Bali Blog | Jul 12, 2019

An American economist living in Bali has used statistical analysis and data to find patterns in Mount Agung’s behaviour, in an effort to map out the volcano’s changing ‘moods’. – Story written and submitted by Ian Lloyd Neubauer A former advisor for the Indonesian Government and World Bank in Indonesia, Jackie Pomeroy began studying seismic and volcanic activity at Mount Agung when it reactivated in September of 2017 following after a half-century hiatus. She has also been sharing […]

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What’s New With NOW! Bali?

NOW! Bali Blog | Feb 04, 2019

NOW! Bali’s 10th anniversary marks an appropriate moment for us to reflect on the past as well as plan for the future. Here we share both a look a back at our roots as well as a glimpse into the exciting plans we have as an integral representatives of the island’s media industry.  Our Manifesto […]

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Direct Flights from London to Bali Made Available on Garuda Indonesia

NOW! Bali Blog | Jan 31, 2019

Beginning on 22 January 2019, national airline Garuda Indonesia has begun direct flights from London to Bali. Garuda has previously offered direct flights between the two capitals, London-Jakarta, three times a week. However the airline has opted to re-route their outbound leg from London and go direct to Indonesia’s tourism capital of Bali.  Direct flights […]

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NOW! Bali’s Guidelines for Better Living

NOW! Bali Blog | Jan 24, 2019

one: waste management 1. How Much Waste Do You Produce In A Year? FACT: Each person can produce waste up to 0.7 kg per day Bali produces over 500 tons of waste every day A person can use up to 700 plastic bags per year We assume that the waste problem is over when we […]

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This Bali Resort Was Awarded the World’s Best Boutique Hotel 2018

NOW! Bali Blog | Nov 29, 2018

The Boutique Hotel Awards is the first and only international awards organisation dedicated to recognising excellence among boutique hotels around the world. This year marks their 8th year and one Bali property took home several awards including the World’s Best Boutique Hotel 2018, coming ahead of over 300 nominees from around the world. Why are boutique hotels important? […]

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Bali’s Cultural Book Series : NOW! Bali Publications

NOW! Bali Blog | Oct 23, 2018

NOW! Bali, a Bali-based magazine under the Phoenix Communications company, has published 4 books about Bali , called the Cultural Book Series. Each book captures a different aspect of the island’s complex and beautiful culture and the people’s way of life: Over NOW! Bali’s 10 years in printed publications, with now 120 editions of the […]

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A Bali Resort Wins Condé Nast Traveler’s #1 Best Resort in the World 2018

NOW! Bali Blog | Oct 12, 2018

The Condé Nast Traveler is perhaps the world’s most trusted and followed luxury travel magazine. One of its most popular yearly campaigns is their Readers Choice Awards, where a global audience has their say in their favourite destinations around the world.  In this year’s Best Resorts in the World, there were 429,000 entrants, and as […]

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Rules of Balinese Temples : The Do’s and Dont’s

NOW! Bali Blog | Jul 12, 2018

Bali’s temples and holy sites are without a doubt one of the biggest pulls to the island. However, it must be remembered that these are still places of worship. So, whilst by all means you should go and appreciate the beautiful places around the island we thought we’d share the rules of Balinese temples, a […]

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World Cup Competition with Trans Resort Bali

NOW! Bali Blog | Jul 11, 2018

World Cup Competition!  Prize: • 1 Night stay in a Premier Room, including Breakfast for 2, at The Trans Resort Bali during the FIFA World Cup Final for 15 July 2018 (must stay on this date) • 2 Reserved Seats at the World Cup Final Event at The Restaurant, Trans Resort Bali, including 2 welcome […]

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Travel Hack: Why You Should Book Direct With Your Hotel

NOW! Bali Blog | Dec 21, 2017

One industry currently pushing hard in Indonesia is the travel industry. Whether splashed out on the largest billboards or hitting local TV screens, companies like Traveloka and Agoda are seducing Indonesians with holiday destinations near and far. However, many don’t know that booking through these companies isn’t always the best option for travellers.  Considering that […]

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