10 things you didn’t know about Bali

10 things you didn’t know about Bali

Bali is a real paradise one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world, a wonderful place that you can dream about. Today we don’t want to enlist all of the evidences to show why is this the perfect place for holidays, we won’t describe the beautiful beaches and hotels on this gorgeous island. We found some interesting facts, characteristics that you surely haven’t heard about this famous island. Let’s see 10 things you didn’t know about Bali.   Bali is no... [ read more ]

Bali, the a paradise on earth

Bali, the a paradise on earth

We are inviting you to an imaginary journey into the world of surfing, perfect hospitality and beautiful beaches. The American island of Hawaii was for a long time the symbol of a perfect holiday, but in the past fifteen years Bali became one of the most popular exotic tourist destinations. It is a beautiful place, you can experience the luxury without spending so much money at the same time. We would like to present you some aspects of this piece of paradise on earth.   T... [ read more ]

Best Beaches and Top Activities

Best Beaches and Top Activities

Surfing, bocce ball, fishing, snorkeling, table tennis, jungle or beach volleyball, poker, board games, movies, satellite TV programs, karaoke, picnic, visiting a local village, yoga without instructor, jungle cruise and cultural tours. And if you are keen to pursue these activities at the best beaches in Indonesia, you should read on. Mentawai Islands in the West Sumatra is one of the top beaches to visit. It is a great place with flawless reefs. It also has crystal clear tubes that charmed any... [ read more ]

Nightlife in Indonesia

Nightlife in Indonesia

You can experience the nightlife of the local Indonesian just like no other. In Bali, on Lombok Island or even in Jakarta, you may find the most upbeat wine bars, with live music, pubs and clubs. Some people may like concerts, public houses, small cinemas or even discotheques. The cover charge in Indonesia is rather affordable and that makes bar hopping a trend. The Town of Senggigi, this area is known for their beautiful beaches which are facing the west. Selaparang Airport is located on th... [ read more ]

Stepping on Sacred Places

Stepping on Sacred Places

Exploring Indonesia is not complete without stepping onto one of their sacred sites. Just mention the island of Bali, you can find at least four of such sacred destinations. The first to highlight here is Mount Agung and Besakih. It is a highly sacred mountain and it is where the Pura Besakih or the Mother Temple of Bali is situated. Still an active volcano though, this site last eruption was in 1963. It has lava that flows missing the Mother Temple of Besakih. Indonesian's Balinese take thi... [ read more ]

Pura Tirta Empul in Bali and Borobudur

Pura Tirta Empul in Bali and Borobudur

In the central part of Bali where the Tampaksiting district is, you can find the Pura Tirta Empul. It is a sacred destination visited by many. This temple enshrines Vishnu who is one of the three main gods and it rules water. The god that rules rain is god Indra and Vishnu is of a higher level than god Indra. Tirta means 'holy water' in the Indonesian language. The balinese has deep beliefs that Pura Tirta Empul is a temple where holy water springs. They also believed that it has power to cu... [ read more ]

Indonesia Dances and Music Culture

Indonesia Dances and Music Culture

With more than 1.8 million square kilometers of land area, Indonesia has the communications infrastructure such as radio broadcast stations, television broadcast stations, Internet hosts, telephone and internet users of 16 million. Their transportation includes railways, highways, waterways and airports. Of course, they have ports and harbors from Banjarmasin, Ciwandan, Belawan, Krueg Geukueh, Panjang, Palembang, Sungai Pakning, Tanjung Priok and Tanjung Perak. Experience Indonesian Culture... [ read more ]

About Indonesia Before You Go

About Indonesia Before You Go

If you did not know yet, the capital city of Indonesia is Jakarta. It is +7 GMT. Currently their President is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and before arriving in this country you should change some Indonesian rupiah from one of your major banks or money exchange. In Indonesia, they have several other local dialects. Otherwise, they use Bahasa Indonesia, English and some places Dutch and Javanese. Their people beliefs and religions are primarily Hinduism, Buddhism, Roman Catholicism, Islam and Pro... [ read more ]

Nature Tourism in Indonesia

Nature Tourism in Indonesia

If you are a person who is into nature and you are planning to see the nature tourism of Indonesia, you might be interested to check out the surf breaks that Indonesia has to offer. Other than that, Indonesia has lots of dive sites to choose from and the national parks are with interesting flora and fauna to see, let alone the volcanoes in Indonesia. Surfing in Indonesia ensures you that being in Indonesia is never lack of water sports and recreational activities. There are even world class ... [ read more ]

Candi and Ancient Temples in Indonesia

Candi and Ancient Temples in Indonesia

Sanctuaries, Hindu and Buddhist temples in Indonesia are called candi. The were built as early as in the 8th century. Sometimes, candi may included urban ruins, non-religious gates, pool as well as bathing places. In Central Java, there are the Borobudur & Kedu Plain. They are regarded as the candi as well. Others like the Slopes of Gunung Merapi, some parts of Yogyakarta, the Dieng Plateau, Gedong Songo, the Klaten Regency, Mount Lawu, Prambanan Plain and the Ratu Boko & surrounding... [ read more ]