Category: Travel advice

Nyepi Bali

How to celebrate Nyepi like a (silent) BO$$

Bali’s Day of Silence is quickly approaching us and that means it’s time to stock up on provisions and prepare as if the zombie apocalypse is only a matter of hours away. The event I’m referring to is Nyepi, Bali’s Hindu…

Bali Bluebird Taxi

An expert’s guide to taking taxis in Bali [updated]

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Updated on 11/9/2018 Taking a taxi in Bali can be a daunting experience for newcomers to the island, what with the similar look and color of these rental vehicles, the difference in currency and the constant barrage of honks from drivers…

Bali on motorbike

Driving a motorbike in Bali: the Do’s and Don’ts

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Updated on 25/05/2018 Driving a motorbike can be scary, especially in Bali! But sometimes, you just don’t have the choice. Scooter is the best way to enjoy Bali, particularly in places with narrow streets such as Kuta or Seminyak. If…

First time in a villa

8 Do’s and Dont’s when investing in a Bali Villa

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Updated on 01/06/2018 Taking the initial plunge to buy a villa in Bali can be a nerve-racking move… At Bali Villa Finder, we are getting an average of 5 enquiries a month from customers around the world who want to invest…

Benefits of travelling in Bali during the rainy season

Bali as a tropical island experiences a seasonal wet and dry period. The wet season is generally between October and March, with the height of the wet season falling between December and February. Many visitors thus tend to avoiding travelling…