I can’t finish this travel series without dedicating one post to animals and Bali monkeys. All of you probably know stories about the Monkey Forest or the Uluwatu Temple complex where Bali monkeys often take sunglasses and cameras from tourists.
The island is special in a lot of ways and here is what to expect when it comes to Bali rice fields and food. I don’t usually write about food when traveling, but the Balinese colorful markets, such variety of
The time has come for the things to buy in Bali. We covered the most popular landmarks of Bali so far, famous temples being among the first. And I did mention a few things I bought in Bali, but I
One of the ways to get to know the local culture is to see the famous Bali dance. The tradition here is so colorful radiating from every corner of the island be it the beach or the lush greenery inland.
Here is the post named "Bali Things to do", dedicated to its beautiful temples that I loved visiting.Even though the island is part of the (mostly Muslim) country of Indonesia, it has a strong Hindu tradition, and therefore the temples
One of the landmarks I was eager to see in Bali was the Besakih Temple also known as the Mother Temple. It looked so surreal in all the photos I saw. And I was so curious to climb up the
Here are a few things about the Bali weather. When I woke up that first morning in Bali, I didn’t know where I was exactly. The room was huge, there were birds singing outside that I have never heard before.
This is how I traveled from Singapore to Bali. And who would have thought Bali would become such a “trendy” island?I mean, it was always popular because of its beauty, wonderfully lush nature and tradition, and its dear smiling people,
It’s time for a beautiful island everyone seems to be talking about lately.Located near the Equator amidst the 17,000 Indonesian archipelagos, it lies between Java and Lombok, and its shores are splashed by the Indian Ocean.Even though relatively small and