5 Best Thing to Do in Bali when its rains – Part 1

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Enjoy some great indoor fun and games at these relatively new activities in Bali. You and your friends can strike some really whacky poses at the Dream Museum Zone, all against specially created three-dimensional paintings that will turn out super cool in photos. There’s also an Upside Down World where everything’s inverted to give out that gravity-defying effect. Try the Escape Hunt or Totem Room Escape for some brain games that put your inner sleuth to the test. Or for something more active, there’s the Bounce Bali trampoline centre in Canggu that kids will love. Continue reading

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Seminyak Square

Untitled-2-seminyaksquare.jpgSeminyak Square provides a convenient stopover on your tours around Seminyak, located on the famous Jalan Kayu Aya, where you’ll find a large arcade with two levels lined with shops, restaurants and cafés. At ground level, an open-air art market welcomes you after a large parking space. Seminyak Square also features sports and fashion outlets, a batik store and a leading bookshop, as well as a children’s, souvenir and jewellery outlets. These come together to provide a full shopping experience under one roof, while food outlets such as Bali Bakery, Casa Gourmet and others offer a large variety of Eastern and Western cuisine. Continue reading

5 Best Traditional Foods in Bali

Hello good people, as you know Bali offers amazing panorama or amazing view, If talking about Bali is the island of thousand temples and the beautiful scenery nature and also the friendly people. Bali has unique thing can we explain when holiday in Bali especially in traditional village. Bali village and the unique tradition is the favorite thing by the tourist. Bali is also famous by handicraft and the souvenir Bali also has many delicious and savory traditional foods and i will tell you about traditional foods in Bali. Continue reading

Village of Balinese Salt

Untitled-2-kusamba.jpgKusamba village is known as a traditional fishing village located in the eastern part of Bali about 20 minutes from Semarapura city, Klungkung. This village is also very famous for its traditional salt production, villagers in this village earn their livings by fishing and making natural salts. Kusamba Village is becoming an ideal tourist destination for tourists who are visiting Bali. Lots of fishing canoes arelined up under the palm trees and salt making huts are also lined up along the sea shores creating a very traditional view and would appeal all people who visit the beach. All the activities here are done in traditional ways without modern touch. Continue reading