When is the Best Time of the Year to Visit Bali?

Posted on 23 October 2018

When is the Best Time of Year to Visit Bali?

Thinking about your next holiday? If Bali is on your list, you might be wondering about the best time to visit this holiday island. Today we’ll run through all the factors you may want to consider before you book your Bali holiday. If you want to get the most out of your trip to Bali, read on. (more…)

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Etiquette Tips for Your Holiday In Bali

Posted on 11 October 2018

Etiquette Tips for Your Holiday In Bali

Bali may be a world-renowned holiday destination but it’s also quite traditional in many ways. As a Hindu culture, the people of Bali are very much dedicated to their religion and ceremonies that honor their gods. As visitors we must be respectful of their cultural and religious customs. Below are some of the things to be aware of and some helpful etiquette tips to be a courteous tourist in Bali. (more…)

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8 Romantic Things to do in Bali

Posted on 21 September 2018

8 Romantic Things to do in Bali

The Island of Bali is without a doubt one of the most romantic places in the world. Couples flock here for their perfect tropical wedding and honeymooners find it the perfect sanctuary for spending precious time together. If you’re looking for some romance, read on to discover the 8 most romantic things to do in Bali. (more…)

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3 East Bali Temples You Must Visit

Posted on 17 July 2018

3 East Bali Temples You Must Visit

Staying in East Bali gives you the perfect opportunity to explore the traditions and culture of the Balinese. The Hindu religion is the centre point of Balinese life. You’ll see this all over the island in the form of colourful processions, temple ceremonies and rituals in local peoples’ homes. (more…)

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5 Balinese Hindu Ceremonies You Should See in Bali

Posted on 04 July 2018

5 Balinese Hindu Ceremonies You Should See in Bali

Balinese Hinduism is a feast for the senses. The Balinese are very spiritual people and celebrate their religion with towers of offerings, dance, music and colourful clothing. Watching or even taking part in a Balinese Hindu ceremony is one of the most unforgettable things you can do in Bali. 5 of the most breathtaking are explained in our latest post, but ask the staff at Lotus Bungalows Candidasa or Gangga Divers to see if there are any ceremonies you could see during your stay. (more…)

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