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Bali’s Dog Meat Controversy

By |August 24th, 2017|

Bali, green rice fields as far as the eye can see and crystal clear water that will make any traveler melt into a pool of relaxation. Bali is the ideal holiday destination and presents many cultural activities and exquisite cuisine. But before you take the first bite of that chicken satay, take a look around […]

Temple Touring in Bali: 10 Temples You Have to See for Yourself

By |July 13th, 2017|

What is it about temples that we admire? Is it the history, or the way they were built, or the reason for men to have put so much love into every stone? Bali is home to some of the most remarkable temples in all the world, each with its own history, folk tales and marvel. […]

Our Favorite Festivals in Bali

By |June 16th, 2017|

When we travel to foreign countries, we do so to immerse ourselves in different cultures. Some of the best ways to experience the cultures home to the countries that we visit, is to visit them during a time where they celebrate their culture through different festivals. From the Christmas Village in London to Easter in […]

Bali’s 11th Annual Film Festival

By |June 1st, 2017|

‘Connecting Communities:’ Bali’s 11th Annual Film Festival
Film helps us to project all of our dreams and visions for the world in a positive way, which helps us to develop a stronger connection with the people we share our world with. The importance of film festivals around the world cannot be understated as they allow creatives […]

2017 Bali Guide to Surfing Events

By |February 16th, 2017|

Your 2017 Guide to Surfing Events and Championships in Bali
Beautiful Bali plays host to a number of exciting surfing events, trials, cups and festivals, and you won’t want to miss any of it. The events calendar below will allow you to keep up to date with all the surf events of 2017 that Bali has […]

Climbing Bali’s Mount Batur

By |July 11th, 2016|

After previously living in Costa Rica and Hawaii, it’s safe to say I’ve done my fair share of volcano trekking and wasn’t particularly looking forward to adding more to the list, however exotic and beautiful it may be. It’s not that I don’t like volcanoes – on the contrary, actually – it’s just the uphill (upvolcano?) […]

Exploring Asia’s Best Waterpark

By |May 14th, 2016|

I should start by saying that I am extremely spoiled when it comes to waterparks. Having grown up near giant Texas attractions called Hurricane Harbor and Schlitterbahn, not to mention my frequent participation in the summertime activity of tubing (floating down the river in an inner-tube alongside friends and a cooler of cold beers), my standards are […]

Getting a Social Cultural Visa for Bali

By |April 19th, 2016|

For those planning to live in Bali for longer than 60 days, one of the most popular visa options is the Social-Cultural Visa, or Sosial Budaya. While you can typically plan ahead and obtain this type of Visa from your home country, you can also make arrangements for it once you arrive in Bali, so long as you leave the country for […]

Extending the 30 Day Visa in Bali

By |March 28th, 2016|

If you’re considering moving to Bali, or just want to enjoy an extended vacation, one of the easiest ways to do so without getting attached to a lengthier or slightly more complex Visa situation is to opt for the 30 day Visa on Arrival (VOA), which can be extended one time for a total stay […]

One Week in Bali

By |March 4th, 2016|

While those of us who live in Bali are fortunate enough to have time on our side, the majority of visitors have around one week to see the many sites and attractions of the Island of the Gods. And though you simply can’t experience everything Bali has to offer in 7 days, you can still have an […]