Category: Travel advice

motorbike trip Bali

A complete guide to scooter rental in Bali

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Updated on 25/05/2018 There is no better, more convenient and fun way to see Bali than cruising around the island on a scooter. Imagine yourself driving high up in the mountains, through endless emerald rice paddies, passing lakes, waterfalls and…


What families can do in Bali for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is coming up, welcoming the year of the Rooster and Bali is celebrating it! A colourful feast, with red Chinese lampions, dragons, traditional dances and firework, awaits you and your family. In Bali, the Chinese new year has become…

Little Bali Love Top 5 Picks: Family Dining

Little Bali Love is an online guide where you will find the BEST places to eat, play, shop and stay when holidaying in Bali with your little ones, we asked creator and good friend Jemma to share with us her top…

Travellers Guide: Hospitals and Medical Care in Bali

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Updated on 10/07/2018 We wish travelling was always a care-free, smooth-sailing, relaxing-on-the-beach-while-sipping-cocktails experience. However, sometimes unexpected emergencies — be it a severe case of Bali Belly (traveler’s diarrhea), a surf injury or a painful sunburn can ruin a dream vacation….

Bali Daycare Services

No matter how much you love and cherish them, there will be times during your holidays when you wish Mary Poppins would magically appear on the doorstep of your villa and look after your children while you run-off for some…

Credit Card Skimming in Bali

I’ve heard of it. You’ve heard of it. Yes, we’ve aaall heard of it. But you’ve never actually thought it would happen to you, but it did!!! Well, at least to me. After all these years of coming and going…

Bali by heart

Scooter short cut

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But we have now reached the point where gorgeous photos and a dictionary filled with millions of adjectives are no longer enough to share with you tips and describe to…

Mount Agung Sunrise

8 Rules to Surviving a Climb up Mount Agung

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Update 25 May 2018: Mount Agung’s activity level is downgraded to level 3 and the exclusion zone is within 4km radius from the crater (Source: Bali Tourism Board). We still strongly advise going anywhere near the crater. Update 24 September…