Conservation – Help Save the Rhinos
Did you know that there are less than 80 Sumatran rhinos living in Indonesia? These animals can weigh up to 1,000kg and are classified as critically endangered, almost reaching extinction. In Indonesia, there is only a population of Javan rhino left, while species from Vietnam have, sadly, already become extinct. Currently, there are 5 different species of the rhinoceros – ...
November 8, 2018
Animal, Animals, Nature
Traveling with Kids to Bali (2019 Tips and Checklist)
Traveling with kids can be a great idea to spend quality time as a family, but it could also become a challenge. When you’re traveling with your kids or friends to Bali, this guide could be very handy. Even though you’ve been on many holidays and day trips already, a checklist is always helpful! This checklist is perfect for when ...
October 26, 2018
Accommodation, Activities, Tips, Travel
Introduction To Bali Island – Indonesia
Who doesn’t know of Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, Indonesia’s own sparkling crown jewel... Bali Island, located in the center of Indonesia. There’s so much to love about Bali thanks to its breathtaking natural landscapes. You can go from hot and sunny along the coasts to cool and misty on the island’s central lake districts. There are beaches, ...
October 17, 2018
Accommodation, Bali Culture, Bali Style, Culture, Tips, Travel
Ngaben – The Cremation Ceremony in Bali
Ngaben, a Balinese sacred ceremonial ritual, is one of the most important cultural events. It’s a cremation ceremony where families send off the deceased known to enter the “next” life. In Hindu, ngaben means to separate the soul from the body, which is done in this ritual through cremation. Before the main ceremony begins, family members of the deceased prepare ...
October 5, 2018
Activities, Bali Culture, Bali Style, Culture
Things To Do In East Bali
Sick of all the noise and traffic in South Bali? If you’re someone looking for a little bit of quiet, culture and tradition, then head towards East Bali for some luxurious tranquility. Here are some of the things you can do while exploring East Bali. Gunung Agung Even if you’re not into mountain climbing, seeing Gunung Agung “up-close” from the ...
September 28, 2018
Activities, Bali Culture, Tips, Travel
Wild animals seen from Mara River Safari Lodge
The next time you’re staying at Mara River and Safari Lodge, you’ll have plenty of wonderful opportunities to come up close to a myriad of wild animals as they roam free in their respective habitats. Here are some of the favourites. Elephants Our friendly pachyderms are everyone’s favourite! You can meet our gentle giants, feed them with fruits and vegetables ...
September 21, 2018
Activities, Animal, Tips
Award Winning Park and Hotel in Bali
The 3rd of August was a special day for Bali Safari Park and Mara River Safari Lodge. It was the day the Indonesia Travel & Tourism Awards (ITTA) held an Awarding Gala Dinner Night in Inaya Putri Bali, Nusa Dua Bali - awarding the winners of the 3rd Bali Tourism Awards. Bali Safari Park and Mara River Safari Lodge have ...
September 10, 2018
Bali’s Most Popular Temples
One of Bali’s most intriguing features is its beautiful ancient temples, the hallmark of the island’s mesmerizing culture and tradition. Set against breathtaking backdrops, the temples make for great photographs. Here are some of Bali’s most popular and beautiful temples that you must not miss: 1. Tanah Lot Arguably Bali’s most popular temple; pictures of Tanah Lot are used as ...
September 7, 2018
Activities, Bali Culture
Different Types of Balinese Dance
Balinese dances are performed all over the island. Some of the more popular Balinese dance forms include the Barong, Kecak and Legong Dance. Whichever dance type, all Balinese dances are a sight to behold. Here are a few that you mustn’t miss the next time you’re in Bali. Barong Dance Barong Dance is one of the ancient Balinese Dance forms. ...
August 14, 2018
Bali Culture, Bali Style, Culture, Travel
Bali – Balinese Traditional Clothing and Etiquette
Balinese culture is nothing short of enchanting. If you’ve always wanted to witness a Balinese religious ceremony, you could always visit a Bali temple to see prayers taking place, you need wear sort of Bali traditional clothing and having some etiquette. The best time to do so is when a large ceremony is being held, such as during full moons ...
July 28, 2018
Activities, Bali Style, Culture