We are writing to seek public help to give a small donations so our kids can still go to school, have enough foods, have enough changing clothes, have water and electricity in house – link for donation are as per – http://volunteerworknepal.com/Read More »
How many days in Nusa Penida? This will be the question many will have in mind before they travel to Nusa Penida.
To visit Nusa Penida, for us, you need at least 4 days, means you need 5 days 4 nights in Nusa Penida. Here, let’s us elaborate more in details.Read More »
10 Things to do in Bali if you are BORED with normal tourist sights as you been visited Bali before !
Here, we list out 10 things to do in Bali, whereby if you think you know Bali well, think again! These might give you reason to pay Bali a visit again!Read More »
Best local food in Bali – Sate Babi (Grilled Pork Skewer) located in Sangeh, Ubud.Read More »
We thank gods for giving us cars, motorbikes, computers, telephones, machines to make our daily life easier.
Tumpek Landep Festival Bali – a day to feel blessed to have machines to help us on daily routines.Read More »
Sundays Beach Club Bali is previously known as Finns’ Beach Club since year 2013. Currently, Sundays Beach Club Bali is owned by Ungasan Clifftop Resort. Ungasan Clifftop Resort was known as Semara Luxury Villas & Spas previously. I have been to Finns’ Beach Club(now reallocated to Canggu Beach under new management), never been to Sundays Beach Club,…Read More »
The should-not-be-missed-spots are the Angel Billabong, Broken Beach, Kelingking Secret Point and the Crystal Beach. The waves in some areas, like the Broken Beach, are really huge, so swimming is strictly prohibited. But we enjoyed snorkeling at the Crystal Beach few hours before we depart the island. So, if you’re up for a little adventure and down to stray from the usual circuit of Bali, then I highly suggest a visit to Nusa Penida.Read More »
Today is Sunday.We (me and my brother – Stifler) don’t have to report to office thus we decided to do surfing in Kuta Beach, Bali. Bali is the paradise for surfer, and Kuta Beach is famous for it as the waves are always inviting. Kuta Beach, is 2 hours away from where we are staying…Read More »
Go there for: Sunrise Dolphin Sighting Lovina Dolphin Watching Tour Bali – The dolphins! The fantastic sunrise A new experience “So, what to do in Lovina?” That was the first question I asked when I ended up there some years ago. I didn’t know Bali yet and I couldn’t see Lovina bearing the same appeal…Read More »
There’s a lot of writings available on the internet about Balinese weddings. You can actually find anything you need to know about the tradition, the prayers, the meaning of the clothing, offering and who does what…. And yes, the ceremonial aspect is indeed extremely important: after all, ceremonies are the social glue of Balinese society….Read More »
The Day of Silence, is a very unique holiday in Bali where you are not allowed to leave your house, nor have electricity on for a good 24 hours, starting from 6 a.m to 6 a.m the next morning. On this day, the Balinese pray, while fasting and also practices meditation in their solitude or…Read More »
The Bali Dream Suite Villa Seminyak, located at Jl. Dewi Saraswati III No. 108X, Seminyak, Bali – Indonesia, is under same management of The Bali Dream Villa Seminyak and The Bali Dream Villa Resort Canggu. Out of the three property mentioned above, this Bali Dream Suite Villa offers the best property and facilities out of…Read More »
December 20, 2016