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Bali Tourism Awards [ BTA ] 2015

žITTA Foundation believes that Bali serves as the biggest income generator of Indonesia Tourism Industry, one of the fastest growing market with presence of the world top hospitality and travel brands. Bali Tourism Awards [ BTA ] Thus Bali Tourism A...
by SaZea on Jul 30, 2015

Travelogue: Getting Up Close and Personal with Pachyderms

Michael Taylor reminisces about the Elephant Safari Park Lodge in Taro, Bali, where he gets up close and personal with pachyderms, a.k.a. elephants...
by Accidental TravelWriter on Aug 6, 2014

Travelogue: Resort on the Outskirts of Ubud Set Amid Undulating Rice Paddies

A former private estate, The Chedi Club is an all villa resort set amid rice paddies on the outskirts of Ubud. Rooms are hung with art and feature indoor outdoor bathrooms..
by Accidental TravelWriter on May 13, 2014

Bali: 40th Anniversary of Pan Am Crash Commemorated

Conrad Bali commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the 1974 Pan Am disaster that killed 107 passengers when the Boeing 707-321B crashed in the remote Northwestern region of the Indonesian island. ...
by Accidental TravelWriter on Apr 27, 2014

Travelogue: Up Close and Personal in Kuta with Ogoh Ogoh on Silent Day Eve

Kuta is the best spot in Bali to view ogoh ogoh on Silent Day Eve, locals says.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 31, 2014

Travelogue: Up Close and Personal in Kuta with Ogoh Ogah on Silent Day Eve

Kuta is the best spot in Bali to view ogoh ogoh on Silent Day Eve, locals says.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 31, 2014

Travelogue: Beach at Seminyak Offers Something for Everyone – from Kites to Live Music to Archery Sets

Beach in Seminyak, Bali, offers something for everyone. There is a hotel (but no highrises). There is a temple. There are food and beverage outlets with live music. There are ambulant vendors selling all manner of things.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 19, 2014

Travelogue: West Meets East at 'Balinese Barbecue' (a.k.a 'Cremation')

Travel writer chances upon a "Balinese Barbecue", a.k.a. a cremation, and finds a strang affinity with the attendees.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 8, 2014

Travelogue: Serendipity vs Travel Guides, Do They Discourage Discovery?

Travel guides - do they help travelers plan better trips or do they inhibit spontaneity and a sense of discovery? A travel bloggers ponders travel guides as he prepares for a four week trip to Bali...
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 3, 2014

Indonesia: Airports Closed as Volcanic Ash Clouds Skies, Bali Hotel Ass'n Issues Guidelines

Bali Hotels Association urges hotels to show empathy to travelers whose travel plans have been disrupted by flight cancelations because of volcanic eruption.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 17, 2014

Hotel Dekat Pantai Di Jual Di Lovina Bali

Hotel dengan delapan kamar dan empat kamar sedang dalam pembangunan di jual di lovina, bali, Indonesia. Hotel ini berada dekat dengan pantai, hanya sekitar 100 meter dari pantai dan sekitar 2 km dari pusat lovina. Luas hotel adalah 1000 m2 atau 10 ar...
by Bali Expat Blog on Oct 6, 2013

Hotel for sale in lovina

The hotel has eight rooms and four rooms is under construction. The land size of the property is 1000 m2 and the location is just five minutes walking to the beach. The hotel has a restaurant, pool, a private house with two bedrooms, one bathroom, li...
by Bali Expat Blog on Sep 30, 2013

The Dashed White Lines Between Life and Death on Bali’s Two-Lane Racetracks

“Your mind is filled with shadows, your palms are wet with sweat. Limbs are bound and tangled in a fatal net. There are two things you can do, one is turn and fight, the other’s run headlong into the night.” – “Into the...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Aug 16, 2013

The Dashed White Lines Between Life and Death on Bali’s Two-Lane Racetracks

“Your mind is filled with shadows, your palms are wet with sweat. Limbs are bound and tangled in a fatal net. There are two things you can do, one is turn and fight, the other’s run headlong into the night.” – “Into the...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Aug 16, 2013

Sunset in Kuta

Last day in Bali,  enjoying  beautiful sunset in kuta beach...
by Engi Like It on Jul 17, 2013

HOLIDAYS BALI, http://baliholidaystravel.com/

“Bali Holidays Travel” is a company which concentrated work in Tour and Adventure organizer especially in Bali such as Bali Tours, Bali Beyond Tours, Bali Activities with agreeable price and greatest service. So before you flight to Bali,...

Bali, the Emerging Destination- It’s Not All about the Scenery, the Spirituality Is What Matters

Bali in Indonesia is rapidly turning into a tourist hotspot in the recent years, not for its scenic beauty but for its peaceful and calm environment. Foreign tourists are opting for spiritual tourism in Bali, where they can find mental sanity. Accord...
by Best Travel Deals on Aug 10, 2012

Summer Holiday in Bali

 Hey hey.. just back from my holiday with my baby, it was a wonderful moment! 6 days not enough actually, but we really have fun there ^_^ Here's some pics of our trip, will make review about it soon. But well, I must work now.. maybe tonight ;)...
by Engi Like It on Jul 30, 2012

Summer holiday in Bali

 Hey hey.. just back from my holiday with my baby, it was a wonderful moment! 6 days not enough actually, but we really have fun there ^_^ Here's some pics of our trip, will make review about it soon. But well, I must work now.. maybe tonight ;)...
by Engi Like It on Jul 30, 2012

Tanah Lot – Bali

Tanah Lot is a famous tourist attraction located on the island of Bali, Indonesia, precisely located in the village of Tabanan Beraban Kediri District. Tanah Lot is one of the most famous Hindu temple in Bali. Here there are two temples are situated...
by Worlds Tourism on Jul 23, 2012


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