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SANGEH MONKEY FOREST

Sangeh is a small forest with giant nutmeg trees, located in the Sangeh countryside, north of Denpasar, and home to the Puri Bukit Sari Sangeh. The temple was built by the Mengwi Royal family as a tribute to the Gods of Mt Agung. And, as usual, where monkeys rule the place in Bali, you must be careful with your ...

THE SACRED MONKEY FOREST

Located on the south end of, well, the Monkey Forest Road, the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud is an invitation for a short walk in the jungle and a visit the Dalem Agung Padantegal, a temple under the protection of monkeys.  It’s quite fun to see them play around in the trees and even take a dive in the small pond near the temple. As ...

AMED

Amed, located on the north east coast, is mostly reknown for snorkeling, diving, climbing and resting.   The place is known to divers for the U.S.S. Liberty wreck, a U.S. Navy in Tulamben, a small village located 30 km away from Amed. The wreck lies in shallow water, so it is also visible if you’re snorkeling. However, the wreck is ...

BATUBULAN

Batubulan, meaning “moon stone”, is best known for stone carving and dancing. Located 10 km away from Denpasar on the West part of Gianyar regency, Batubulan is home to the finest stone carvers on the island who will turn stone into, well, any stone decorative items that can be found in temples, villas, hotels, etc. The other main ...

BEDUGUL & BERATAN LAKE

Located in Bedugul, the Beratan lake is a peaceful landscape where time runs a little slower than usual... Take a deep breath, feel the plateau’s peaceful atmosphere, and have a walk by the lake, majestically guarded by the Ulun Danu Temple. You also can rent a traditional boat for fishing or canoeing. You also can stop by the Candi Kuning ...

CELUK

Yay! Shopping time! Located 5km away from Denpasar, North East of Kuta, Celuk Village is famous for silver and gold crafting. Celuk’s goldsmiths and silversmiths, passing on their skills and knowledge from generation to generation, have gained international reputation. You can order custom-made items so you can get that unique jewel ...

KEDONGANAN VILLAGE & BEACH

A five minutes drive away from Jimbaran, Kedonganan village is a typical fishermen’s village, where you can go shopping for the fresh catch of the day. Make sure you come early, to make sure to get the freshest fish possible. Like Jimbaran, Kenonganan is a true center for sea-food restaurants. The menu consists of grilled snappers, ...

KUTA

Once a small village, Kuta is the heart of tourism in Bali, with its good sides and, well, maybe not so good ones. Kuta has got all the commodities one can find in any touristic beach resort: Cheap accommodations and more upscale hotels, wide range of restaurants, warungs, souvenirs shop, travel agencies, etc. Kuta Beach is a good surfing ...

LEGIAN/SEMINYAK

In the Kuta/Legian/Seminyak urban complex, Seminyak and Legian are Kuta’s rich northern relatives of the family: A residential and touristic area offering high-end accommodations, trendy spas, upscale shops and renowned restaurants. Fast growing development, along with a “so-cool-but-so-chic” crowd, have made Seminyak the ...

LOVINA

If you really feel the South part of the island has become too touristic, or you just want to make a break from all that party time in Kuta, Lovina is a good place to enjoy life in Bali at a peaceful pace. It is also much cheaper than the south of the island. Unlike other beaches of the island, Lovina Beach is safe for swimming and snorkeling, ...

ARTIST OF THE WEEK

Sound of Mine: The Sound of Alternative Rock with a Touch of Blues and More!

Bali has sure seen the birth and progress of numerous bands this year, and here we are, happy to do our part related to the births and happenings related to the island's music scene! We are sure passionate to cheer for the newcomers to make their way and earn their place, of course starting in the local scene.   This week we...

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