Category Archives: Bali Guide

Pucak Penulisan Temple – A Journey to the Ancient Time of Bali

Historical relics from ancient times tell us that Kintamani was ever becomes a very important area in Bali. One of them is Pura Pucak Penulisan. The temple complex is located on a peak that forms the northern part in a wide circular wall of mountains. This enormous crater rim is all that remains of the […]

Lovely Walk Through Mangrove Forest at Benoa Bay Bali

Mangrove forests are very important for coastal ecosystems which contain a wide number of species like fishes, birds, or shrimps. It is an ideal ecological destinations and field laboratories for biology or ecology students or researchers. Despite of its important value, in tourism mangrove forests also offer a beauty for travellers like the mangrove forest […]

Holy Water (Tirta) – Balinese Ritual

Holy water accompanies every act of Hindu-Balinese worship, from individual devotion at household shrine to islandwide ceremonies. The Balinese call holy water toya, from the Medium Balinese word for “water,” and often the High Balinese tirtha will be used. Holy water is an agent of the power of a god, a container of mysterious force. […]

Shared Tour: Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking

August has come, it is the best time to explore the tropical island, Bali. One of the most popular attraction during dry season in Bali is exploring the active volcano of Bali. We have working together with Bali Adventours to provide you exclusive experience: Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking. It is 2 hours climbing to the […]

Panoramic Sunrise Trekking at The Batur Caldera Bali

It’s a good day to back to Nature. Join a panoramic sunrise trekking to the Batur Caldera! Escape from the noise and bustle of the city and take a few hours trekking at Batur caldera. It offers panoramic, religious, and exciting trekking routes. In short time you can explore the adventure and beauty of Mount […]

Top 5 Family Activities You Should Do in Bali

There are many to offers for your good time in Bali, that’s included, your family. Here some fun activities your family can do on your vacation. 1. In to the wild: Bali Safari and Marine Park See orangutan, komodo and or Sumatran tiger family in Bali Safari and Marine Park. It is home for hundreds […]

The Magical Trunyan

Hidden in the valley of Batur Caldera, Kintamani-Bali, Trunyan is a small village from the early centuries. Famous as the “Bali Aga” village, a native Balinese people. The village exists long before the Majapahit invasion to Bali, more than 1000 years ago. What makes Trunyan so special? The corpse! Trunyan people retain an ancient magical […]

The Facts About Nyepi – The Silence Day of Bali

Nyepi is The Hindu Day of Silence or the Hindu New Year in the Balinese Saka calendar. The largest celebrations are held in Bali as well as in Balinese Hindu communities around Indonesia. INyepi, a public holiday in Indonesia, is a day of silence, fasting, and meditation for the Balinese. The day following Nyepi is […]

Bali Visa On Arrival – Steps to Get Your Visa in Bali

Do I need visa to visit Bali/Indonesia? Maybe yes, maybe no. If your country on this bellow list, you are not require visa to enter Bali or other parts of Indonesia. Brunei Darussalam Chile Hongkong Special Administrative Region Macao Special Administrative Region, Malaysia Morocco Peru Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam And these countries bellow are eligible […]

Bali at A Glance – Infographic About Bali

Bali is like no other destination in the world. Its rich culture plays out at all levels of life, from the exquisite flower-petal offerings placed everywhere to the processions of joyfully garbed locals, shutting down major roads as they march to one of the myriad temple ceremonies, to the other-worldly traditional music and dance performed […]