Category: Traveling Bali


Nyepi Day: A Guide for Visitors to Bali’s Day of Reflection

Nyepi Day or Silence Day is an essential celebration for the Balinese Hindu community in Bali, Indonesia. It is a day of silence, self-reflection, and meditation that falls on March 22nd this year. Visitors to Bali during Nyepi Day can expect a unique cultural experience, but it is important to understand the customs and traditions … Continue reading Nyepi Day: A Guide for Visitors to Bali’s Day of Reflection


The virus: What to do and what not to do?

You can’t have missed the news about the virus that is spreading around the world in a very fast tempo: COVID-19, better known as the Corona Virus. In some countries, the exploding of the virus was huge in only a few weeks. Countries such as Italy and Spain had to deal with thousands of infections … Continue reading The virus: What to do and what not to do?


Galungan and Kuningan

If you’ve been traveling around the island of Bali for the last days, you probably have seen the decoration on the streets. The bamboo poles with offerings you see near the roads are called penjor, and those are the most visible signs of the Balinese holiday. It starts with Galungan. The habitants celebrate the victory … Continue reading Galungan and Kuningan


Valentine’s Day

This coming Friday is February 14th, which means it’s Valentine’s Day. The annual celebration of love. For couples looking for a way to spend their day, perhaps some notable dining experiences might pique your interest. In Bali, there are many dinner sites with spectacular views. Beachside, riverside, cliffside, sunsets, or overlooking the fields and forests. … Continue reading Valentine’s Day


Bali’s biggest beach clean up 2018

More plastic in the ocean than fish? As many of us might know, plastic pollution is a major problem on our planet. The amount of plastic waste in the oceans is increasing all the time. Only 5% of the plastic we use is being recycled, the rest is single-use plastic such as food wrappers, straws, … Continue reading Bali’s biggest beach clean up 2018


1st Indigenous film festival in Bali

In partnership with “Handcrafted Films”, “If Not Us Then Who”, and “INFIS”, the first International Indigenous Film Festival in Bali will showcase a series of outstanding indigenous films this January 26 – 29. These films highlight the struggles that indigenous people face in Indonesia and around the world and communicate the wisdom and knowledge of … Continue reading 1st Indigenous film festival in Bali


Bali Day trip to Aling-Aling Waterfall

If you’re in Bali, then visit the most unique waterfall in Bali, Aling-Aling Waterfall. Aling-Aling waterfall is stated unique because it has side-by side waterfall top. The right waterfall side is bigger than the left one. the beauty of Aling-Aling waterfall comes from the panorama view with the steep cliff with lush trees surrounded. The … Continue reading Bali Day trip to Aling-Aling Waterfall