Pina Colada, Bali-style.

Experiencing Bali in a Vintage VW Bus

Bali is known for its long sandy beaches and pumping party scene. Combining the two only makes sense. Do you know what makes even more sense? Throwing a retrofitted VW booze bus into the mix. Enter the Bali Beach and Bar Hopping Tour by Custom 1980 VW Kombi Bus, an unforgettable way to experience the island.

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August 31, 2015 by
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How to Spend One Week in Bali

With its chain of sandy beaches, majestic volcanoes and lush rice paddies, Bali is paradise-by-numbers, but don’t write it off as merely a beach resort – there’s an incredible variety of things to see and do on the island. From pilates on the beach to riding an elephant through the jungle, or watching the sunset from a sacred temple; here’s how to spend one week in Bali.

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May 20, 2015 by
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Free Things to Do in Bali

Bali, Indonesia

Bali might be most famous for its high-end beach resorts and luxury spa retreats, but the island is also a top choice for those on a budget, with plenty of low-price accommodation, cheap street food and bicycle rental at just a few dollars a day. Whether you’re planning a budget break, running low on funds after an action-filled vacation or just want to make the most of all the island has to offer – here are some ideas for free things to do in Bali.

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February 18, 2015 by
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Bali’s Best Sunset Spots

Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple, Bali

With dramatic hues of red and orange set against shimmering waters and powder white sands, few places come as close to paradise as Bali at sunset and the small island is full of scenic viewpoints. Whether you prefer strolling hand-in-hand along a deserted beach, sipping cocktails at a lively beach bar or seeking a spiritual awakening at a Buddhist temple, here are 5 of Bali’s best sunset spots.

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December 18, 2014 by
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8 Unforgettable Experiences to Have in Bali

Explore Bali

With its pristine, white-sand beaches and glorious temples, set against a backdrop of lush rice paddies and looming volcanoes, there are few places on earth like Bali and for many travelers, visiting the small island is a highlight of their trip to Indonesia. Whether you’re looking for an adventure or hoping for a spiritual experience inspired by Elizabeth Gilbert’s bestselling memoir ‘Eat Pray Love’ – here are 8 ideas for unforgettable experiences to have in Bali.

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October 8, 2014 by
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Bali Bliss – Bali’s Best Spas and Retreats

Le Meridien Bali. Photo courtesy of Matt @ PEK via Flickr.

With beautiful beaches, idyllic weather, friendly people and ample natural beauty, the laid back island of Bali often comes to mind when you think about the perfect relaxing getaway. To really unwind on this island paradise, head to one of Bali’s best spas for some pampering.

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January 30, 2014 by
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Gianyar, Home of Bali’s Batik Industry

Batik scarves from Bali. Photo courtesy of Lauren Irons via Flickr.

If there’s one thing Bali is more famous for than beaches and surfing, it’s handmade batiks. These distinctive, brightly hued fabrics are known the world over by quilters, crafters and fashionistas, and the art of making them began in Bali. If you’re curious about Bali’s famous fabrics, set aside time for a visit to Gianyar, home of Bali’s batik industry.

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January 15, 2014 by
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Surfing in Bali

Surfer in Bali, Indonesia. Photo courtesy of Tom Booth via Flickr.

Bali, a small tropical paradise in the heart of Indonesia, has an allure that’s hard to resist. In a small, easily navigable area, you’ll find white and black sand beaches, towering volcanoes, hot springs, rice terraces, clifftop temples and lush jungles. Despite all that, the island is perhaps best known for its surfing. If you’re ever wanted to try, or if you’re a seasoned surfer, you’ll love surfing in Bali.

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January 1, 2014 by
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Museums of Bali

Agung Rai Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of yellow_bird_woodstock via Flickr.

As a major cultural capital of Indonesia, Bali has become famous the world over for its art and textiles. While the island isn’t usually associated with museums, there are some excellent ones, both in and around Ubud and further afield. Here’s a look at our favorite museums of Bali.

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December 18, 2013 by
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Bali New Year’s Eve Events

Sunset at Kuta Beach

For those looking for high-octane celebrations on New Year’s, the Kuta, Legian and Seminyak beach strip of Bali is the place to be. Each area offers events on a sliding scale of extravagance. The Kuta bar strip, running perpendicular to the beach, will boast the regular clubs and bars all vying to outdo each other with drink specials and low cover charges.

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December 18, 2013 by
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