Category Travel

17 Jul

Nature Wonders in Bali Bloggers Should Visit

The beautiful island of Bali gets many compliments for its divine landscape, turquoise waters and sandy beaches – it is a wonder of nature. It is not a surprise that it’s often seen as the Island of the Gods. Those compliments are a testament to how beautiful the natural landscapes are in Bali. Many visit […]

10 Jul

Must Visit Waterfalls in Bali

Among the many natural wonders to bless the island of Bali, the hidden waterfalls are some of the most rewarding to visit. Some of the waterfalls in this article will require you to trek through the landscape to meet the source of the water yourself – a perfect travel agenda for adventure seekers!   In […]

26 Jun

Restaurants in Bali That All Vegetarians Should Try!

For those wanting to detoxify their bodies, or simply embrace the vegan lifestyle, Bali is an excellent destination to visit. The island is known for its healthy local cuisines, infused with herbs and spices of all kinds. It’s not hard to find a restaurant to satisfy your appetite and fulfill your vegetarian lifestyle! Below are […]

19 Jun

Bali Backpacking – All the Costs You Need to Know

Backpacking in Bali is ridiculously enjoyable.  Getting around is easy & you will constantly find yourself gazing at the traditional and tropical scenery along the way – including rice paddies, majestic temples with monkeys and beaches of no comparison.     Sun Island Hotel, only a 5-minute car ride from Ngurah Rai Airport, provides suites […]

12 Jun

5 Traditional Ceremonies to See While in Bali

Ceremonies in Bali – You haven’t truly experienced Bali if you haven’t witnessed or experienced the rich cultural traditions to be found on the island. In this article, we’ll highlight some of the most iconic Balinese traditions to see in Bali!     Ngaben   Ngaben is a ceremony to cleanse and purify the dead […]

4 Jun

Welcoming Eid Al-Fitr and Ramadan Traditions in Bali

Ramadhan & Eid Al-Fitr in Bali… Bali, with a dominance of Hindu cultures and traditions, still mixes its population with all other religions of the world. Several Muslim villages consist of Balinese Muslims who, like Balinese Hindus, have deep traditions and beliefs. Especially in the fasting month of Ramadan before welcoming Eid Al-Fitr. Villages such […]