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Buckle Up for an Epic Jungle Buggy Adventure in Bali

For those who have a need for speed, racing through the lush wilderness of Bali’s highlands in an off-road buggy is just the ticket! Rev your engines with Mason Adventures’ Jungle Buggies, an adrenaline-pumping outdoor experience in Taro, north of Ubud. Located only 5 minutes away from Mason Elephant Park, get ready to feel the


Yeh Pulu Temple: Ancient Carvings of the Anonymous Ascetics 

A centuries-old relief adorns Yeh Pulu, a humble but historically significant temple hidden in rural obscurity. Deep in an isolated ravine of Gianyar, these ancient stone-cut carvings give us a peek into Bali from centuries ago.  Just east of Ubud is the historically rich village of Bedulu, in Blahbatuh District of Gianyar. Best known for

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Explorations in North Bali: From Ancient History to Hot Springs

Bali’s vast geographical landscape has no limits when it comes to exploring. From the bustling south, the majestic mountains of the east to the wilderness of the west. However, despite once being the gateway to the island, the north Bali coastline seems the least journeyed and explored, and many wonder if north Bali is worth

Discover the Circle of Life at Samsara Living Museum

Tucked away in the depths of Karangasem Regency, blending seamlessly into its village surrounds, is Samsara Living Museum. This one-of-a-kind museum aims to showcase elements of everyday life on the island and educate visitors on the ever-important ‘circle of life’ so central to rite and ritual among the Balinese Hindu. Samsara, the cycle of reincarnation.

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Tempakultura: A Space to Create

An intimate, multipurpose venue that encourages the imaginative explorations of the human mind, Tempakultura is a creative virtual and physical space to create. Established in October 2020, Tempakultura is a creative space, shop and café located in the Kerobokan area. An intimate, multipurpose venue for imaginative explorations of the human mind that was co-founded by


Back to the Roots: Learning to Farm in Bali

Out in the rural farmlands of Abiansemal, south of Ubud, Astungkara Way invites people to try their hand at the most fundamental of human activities: farming. This unique, learning-based experience encourages people to immerse themselves into Bali’s agrarian way of life to understand what it means to be close to our source of food and

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Green Camp Bali Offers Learning Adventures Inspired by Nature

Reconnect with nature and explore the great outdoors with holistic, nature-immersed learning adventures inspired by nature at Green Camp Bali. Offering a variety of programmes curated not only for children, Green Camp Bali also provides programmes for families and schools. Nestled within the prestigious Green School Bali, one of the world’s greenest and most innovative

Churches and Cathedrals, the Balinese Way

The west Bali villages of Palasari and Blimbingsari are two Christian hamlets that display a unique amalgamation of Balinese and Gothic architecture. Whilst the population of Bali is predominantly Hindu, other faiths find a home here and even pay homage to the shared visual identity of the island. Bali is known as the island of

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Discovering the Craft and Culture of Lombok

Lombok – an island on the West Nusa Tenggara province that forms part of the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia, where the Lombok Strait separates it some 128 km away from the island of Bali to its west, the Alas strait between it and the Sumbawa islands to the east. To most

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9 Unique Indoor Activities For When It’s Raining in Bali

Unfortunately for many sun-seeking vacationers, October to January in Bali is notorious for its wet weather. As the rainy season kicks in, the beaches become a little less appealing but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of your time here on the island. So, what is there to do in Bali when it


Pura Puncak Penulisan, A Megalithic Museum

On the western rim of the Batur Caldera is the Penulisan summit, the caldera’s second highest peak after Mount Abang on the eastern rim. At the top of this peak, 1,745m above sea level, is an understated, but highly significant, temple known as Pura Puncak Penulisan. Sometimes referred to as Pura Tegeh Kahuripan, this is

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