An Insider’s Guide To Incredible Diving Sites In Bali

Home to the Pearl of the Orient Seas, Land of the Free and Land of Smiles, Southeast Asia is best known not just for its colorful and diverse culture but also for its pristine beaches and scuba diving spots. For instance, in the Philippines, Dive Magazine’s guide on the different diving spots in the country recommends Tubbataha Reef. This is because it has lots of pelagic action with white tip reef sharks, manta rays and whale sharks, on top of more than 600 fish species, 359 coral species, 11 s... Read More

3 Ways You Can Help To Save The Oceans While Vacationing In Bali

Choosing to be nice to the Earth

With our oceans covering over 70 percent of the Earth, their existence is crucial to our survival. Around 97 percent of the planet’s water is in the ocean, and according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the sea retains 93 percent of the energy used to keep the world at a comfortable temperature. Many countries - and the tourism industry, in particular - are already witn... Read More


Ubud Is a Town on the Indonesian Island of Bali

Ubud in Bali is one of those places where a vacation of a few days can easily turn into a stay of weeks, months or even a life time. Ubud is a place of traditional Balinese culture, colourful offerings, gamelan sounds, sustainable timeless designs, mindfulness, yoga, healthy and culinary inventiveness. Ubud is located in the uplands of Bali and has a completely d... Read More

Gili Fast Boats Schedules and Timetables

Bali to Gili Speed Boat Times

The Gili Islands in North of Lombok are called Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. All three islands offer something different. Buoyed up in a turquoise sea and trim by white sand beaches and coconut palms, the Gilis are a perception of heaven for many travellers. If you’ve visited Bali often in the past, you must have heard about the Gili islands the famous archipelago of thr... Read More

Amed Bali

Amed Beach in Bali

Amed is a basically 14-km strip of costal fishing villages in Karangasem Regency on the east coast of Bali, Indonesia located approximately a 2 to 3 hour drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. It’s a literally world away from the busy tourist places in South Bali such as Kuta, Seminyak and Ubud. Amed is laid back place on the beach, where the main source of revenue for locals is fishin... Read More