When you think of Bali, typically you’re thinking about beaches, lush greenery and a hub for relaxation. What you don’t think of is extreme sports and jam-packed outdoor activities.
Bali is renowned for offering visitors a wide spectrum of unique options. Whether you are a beach bum (more on Beaches of Bali), outdoor enthusiast, or simply, a luxury traveler looking for a piece of paradise. These are what make Bali, and in particular, Ubud, such a sought-out destination. Now
Welcome to Ubud, Bali’s peaceful destination of lush greenery and zen. Ubud, as you will see for yourself, is worth all of the hype. Popularized by the Eat, Pray, Love’rs of the world, Ubud is a true gem of a travel destination unlike any other.
Ubud - one of the most romantic and dreamy towns in Bali. Many couples flock there for their honeymoons, babymoons or just to get away from it all. Whether you are visiting Bali for the first time or you live on the island and are looking for a romantic weekend
So you’re considering a vacation to Bali. It’s a great idea! The island, culture, weather, and cuisine are everything you’ve already heard and more. You’ll find unreal beaches, lovely quaint restaurants, and quiet frangipani lined streets, all in a perfect tropical climate. No wonder Bali has become one of the
Vacations are supposed to be the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure. Too much relaxation, and you come home feeling bored. Too much adventure, and you’re exhausted. The difficulty, of course, is finding a place where you can have a good mix of both. Bali is one of those places,
If it is not the amazing cocktails, infinity pools and serenity that attracts millions of tourists each year to the island of Bali, then it is definitely the beaches. One of the most popular things to do in Bali is visit the beach – and this can be done on
Known as the ‘island of the gods’, Bali is a stunning haven in Indonesia. With it’s beautiful black sand beaches, surf and sun, it is easy to see why thousands of tourists flock to Bali each year. But it is up north, in the mountains, where the real charm lies.
Generally, most cultures in the world celebrate the coming of a new year with parties and festive events. However, the Balinese celebrate it in an anti-mainstream way. The new year Saka, a Balinese Hindu year, is welcomed with a “Day of Silence” – a day filled with total silence, fasting
There is no better way to bond with family members than holidaying together. However, travelling with the whole family can be a challenge, especially when there are different age groups to consider. Here are some destinations that everyone can enjoy.