The Harvest Patissier in Bali

h1The Harvest Patissier & Chocolatier features ultra-chic interiors and a vast selection of quality baked delights, and it’s no wonder why the brand has gained popularity in Indonesia after first setting up shop in Jakarta in 2004. The cute little chain of patisseries hit the sunny shores of Kuta a decade later, bringing its homemade pastries, chocolates, ice cream, breads and cakes with it. Continue reading

Nasi Ayam Men Weti Sanur – Bali

menweti2The legendary and the famous Nasi Bali / Nasi Campur Ayam Men Weti, located near to Pantai Segara, Sanur, Bali. Although the location is quite and this stall (small shop) is located right next to the Sanur Beach Market, not far from the McDonald’s Sanur branch, and we easily found it by looking at the crowd in front of the stall. Many local people and tourists come to this stall for breakfast or brunch with Nasi Campur. Continue reading

Bali’s Famous Local Food

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Tipat cantok is one of Bali’s famous local foods. It contains “tipat” seasoned with grounded peanut. It looks similar to Javanese’s “Tahu Bumbu” only with less ingredients. Tipat cantok is kind of Bali traditional culinary which is easily found in every corner of the city in Bali, even at the village that far from the city. So you can found out how popular this food is. Continue reading

Weather in Bali

untitled-3-weatherAs you know Indonesia in general and Bali in particular has two seasons. Bali have two seasons: dry and wet, although you can expect mostly warm and humid days throughout the year. Dry season is May to September, with typically sunny days and an average temperature of 31 degrees Celsius. Most consider this mid-year period the best time to go to Bali, offering a good balance between sun, sand and surf. Wet season is October to April with occasional downpours and overcast skies. Windy months are between June and August. Continue reading

The Only One Lontar Museum in Bali & Indonesia

Untitled-2-gdong.jpgExplore The North Bali!!! In the former colonial capital of Bali, the old market town of Singaraja in Bali’s most northern district Buleleng, you will find a unique lontar library named “Gedong Kirtya”.  Gedong Kirtya is located at Veteran street, No.20, Buleleng regency. From Ngurah Rai International Airport spend time around 3 hours. Continue reading

Chinese New Year Celebration Increase The Benefit of Many Parties in Bali

Gong Xi Fa Cai! Xin Nian Kuai Le, Shen Ti Jian Gang, Wan Shi Ru Yi.. Today is Chinese New Year 2016. Chinese New Year begins on 8 February 2016 and will be a public holiday in several countries in East Asia. Each year in the Chinese calendar is repesented by one of twelve animals in the Chinese Zodiac. 2016 will be the year of the Monkey.

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The Splendor Chinese New Year Celebration in Bali

Sugar cane which are combined in such way with a series of leaf (Penjor Tebu) adorn the entrance the yard of every Chinese people in welcoming the Chinese New Year 2563 on the island of God.

That religious nuance is almost look alike when Hindus celebrates Galungan Day which is the victory day of Dharma (goodness) against Adharma (badness) that celebrated once in every 210 days.

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Sriwijaya Air Disclose a New Direct Flight from Denpasar

District Manager Sriwijaya Air Group Bali, Fajar Adhitia, said that his party will open direct route flight from Denpasar to Yogyakarta and Denpasar to Ujung Pandang immediately.

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11 Fallen Trees within 8 hours in Denpasar

There are 11 fallen trees recorded since at 05.30 until 13.40 WITA, Sunday 20 December 2015. But there were no victims in this accident. There are fallen trees which are in Jalan By Pass ngurah Rai, Jalan Drupadi, Jalan Tukad Yeh Aya, Jalan Veteran, Jalan Pulau Galang, JAlan WR Supratman, Jalan Mataram, Jalan Tukad Citarum, Jalan Letda Winda, and in around Setra Badung and also in Sidakarya area.

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Another Impact of Rainy Season Beside of Causing Disaster

The trash submission in the end of the year started to solidify many beaches in Kuta District, Badung on Wednesday, 16 December 2015. Despite of has been a usual matter in every year, but The Snaitary Agency still not become proactive yet to find any solution in pra and pasca anticipation of trash submission.

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