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Tektok, Who’s There? New Balinese Dance Spectacle in Ubud

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Tektok, Who’s There? New Balinese Dance Spectacle in Ubud

Aug - 05 2014

  Spectacular New Balinese Dance Performance Presented Four Nights Per Week at Bali Culture Center in Nyuh Kuning, Ubud Adding to the growing number of spectacular dance and stage performances available to Bali visitors, the Bali Culture Center (BCC) in Nyuh Kuning Ubud now presents a rare and mesmerizing presentation of the Tektok Dance four […]

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Dreamliners to Paradise

Apr - 22 2014

Qatar Airways will commence a new ten-hour non-stop flight service between Doha and Bali starting on July 21, 2014. In October 2014 the non-stop service between Bali and Doha will begin use a new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Qatar has been operating a successful Doha to Bali service with an intermediate stop in Singapore. Strong demand […]

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International Terminal at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport Now Open for Business

Sep - 24 2013

Bali’s New Welcome On Thursday, September 19, 2013, PT Angkasa Pura I (PAP-I) began the process relocating all operational aspects of its service to international air passengers to it newly opened international terminal at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.  PAP-I is the management authority of Bali’s airport. The CEO of PAP-I, Tommy Soetomo proclaimed the massive relocation project a success. […]

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Ubud, Bali Ranked Among the World 10 Friendliest Cities by Conde Nast Traveler

Aug - 27 2013

Conde Nast Traveler has conducted a survey of its well-traveled readership to determine the friendliest and rudest cities to visit in the world. Worthy of note it that Bali’s hillside community of Ubud tied for ninth place together with Kilkenny, Ireland as the friendliest place to visit on a holiday. Conde Nast’s list of the friendliest tourism […]

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Ubud’s Mastery in Art of Tourism

Aug - 20 2013

  Now here’s a challenge: visit Bali’s cultural center of Ubud and not see any art. Creativity is everywhere here, from pura (temples) to palaces, galleries to gardens, with shops and handicrafts and lovingly decorated shrines. In this village there is a sense that beauty is cherished, though in general Bali is one island that really knows how to work a […]

The Best that Indonesia has to Offer

Aug - 15 2013

With amazing places to visit in Indonesia spread across more than 17,000 islands, you’ll never run out of opportunities for adventure and cultural interaction. Each region is unique and has something to offer intrepid travelers. Join the ride as we travel across the major tourist spots in Indonesia which you should include in your itinerary. Moving […]

Disability Travel: Bali, Indonesia – The Perfect Place to Have a Relaxing Respite

Aug - 13 2013

  Disability holiday destinations: Bali. Indonesia, located in Southeast Asia is one of the biggest archipelagic countries in the world. Surrounded by azure crystalline waters, Indonesia lies between the two continents, Asia and Australia. Speckled with mesmerizing islands, Indonesia is a panorama inspiring nothing but awe. One of the most popular travel destinations, the exceptional […]

Nog eens Tripadvisor

Nov - 02 2010

Boutique Hotel in Ubud Bali Het is de laatste tijd, de laatste maanden zelfs, erg stil geweest op deze blog. Writer’s block zal u ongetwijfeld denken maar dat is niet zo. Het was hoogseizoen en zelfs met onze 6 kamers betekende dat toch heel wat werk. De komende twee weken hebben we geen gasten dus […]

Gunung Agung

Feb - 13 2010

We wonen nu ongeveer 10 maanden op Bali en toch heb ik pas twee weken geleden ontdekt dat we vanuit onze tuin ‘Gunung Agung’ kunnen zien. Het is de hoogste (3142 m) en heiligste berg van Bali, een actieve vulkaan waarvan de laatste uitbarsting dateert van 1964. Vergelijkbaar met de Olympus in Griekenland, beschouwen de […]

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Geen Avatar in de badkamer!

Jan - 31 2010

(O.K., geplaatst door Dirk maar geschreven door Tina) Langs de weg tussen Ubud en de Makro in Denpasar stikt het van de handelaars in stenen beelden. Stone carving geldt hier als een gerespecteerd lokaal ambacht. Mijn Opdracht 12 – Koop twee stenen beelden voor de piëdestallen in de badkamers – lijkt dan ook een makkie. […]

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