Wild Indonesia: Endangered Balinese wildlife

Indonesia is home to stunning diversity of animals, and many of them are rare, exotic and beautiful. Sadly, some of them are fast becoming endangered, or even extinct, due to loss of habitat, poaching or unrestrained hunting. Here are three of…

Earth laughs in flowers

‘Earth laughs in flowers’ that’s a really nice quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson and if you visit Bali there is no need to think of anything else. The diversity of flowers on the Island of Gods is huge and one…

Eco-friendly luxury villa: Villa Hansa

If you are looking for a holistic, spiritual and in-depth experience of Bali, definitely consider paying a visit to Villa Hansa. The owners of Villa Hansa are committed to eco-friendly and healthy practices wherever possible. Recycling is practised in the…

Environmental Quality Index of Bali reaches new high

Good news for all those who love Bali! The Bali Times has just announced that the environmental quality index in Bali has reached 99.65%, just 0.35% shy of full marks. Bali is now the most environmentally friendly region in all…

Food in Bali: Strange or just different?

As already known, the food in Asia is always different from the one in the western part of the world. It is different in regards to herbs, gravy, spices and especially ingredients. Some people love it and some people hate…

Obama goes to Bali to celebrate his re-election

Barack Obama, who was just re-elected as the 44th President of the United States of America (hope you don’t find out just now reading my post), just decided to come to Bali to celebrate! We don’t know exactly what he…

How is Diwali/Deepavali celebrated in Bali

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On Sunday the festival of Diwali is going to be started. This is an important celebration in India and for all the Hindus around the world. In Indonesia, the majority of the population are Muslims, however, there are 2%, which are…