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Bali, as with most of Indonesia, is positioned directly on top of the Pacific Ring of Fire, an area in which a large amount of seismic activity, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions can occur. As a result, from time to time this activity can interrupt even the most perfectly planned travel experiences. Throughout the later part of 2017, Mt Agung, in East Bali, has shown increasing signs of volcanic activity and in late November 2017, Mt Agung began a small scale eruption that has made been prominently featured in the news media. These kinds of situations can change quickly so it is always a good idea to stay up to date if you are planning on travelling to Bali soon. With a lot of commentary surrounding the seismic events, so we wanted to share a couple of reliable sources that we rely on for up to date information and travel warnings. If you're planning on visiting soon, or just want to keep up to date with how Mt Agung is behaving itself, check out the following sources. Smart Traveller Mt Agung - specific updates on Mt Agung activity Smart Traveller Indonesia - a resource from the Australian government publishing any relevant warnings for Indonesia National Disaster Management Authority - a resource from the Indonesian government
Desa Visesa Ubud showcase their new fine dining restaurant - Padi Fine Dining. An Asian influenced pesco-vegetarian experience. “The pesco-vegetarian menu at Padi Fine-Dining is about light and lavish with an artistic flair. “ At Padi Fine Dining you can experience a sense of sanctuary and luxury as you dine with the sounds of nature and gentle jungle breezes. The menu highlights the best of Bali’s local produce in an intimate fine dining setting. Open only for dinner with seating available for just 30 guests, at Padi you will enjoy exclusive fine dining or romantic setup dining with impeccable personalised service. Padi guests can select from two degustation menus, the 7-course pescatarian menu or the 7-course vegetarian menu served with a choice of aperitifs. The idyllic setting of the Desa Visesa Ubud merges luxury and design and a well-established reputation for outstanding cuisine. Blending traditional and modern cooking techniques award-winning Chef Mandif Warokka uses only the finest local produce Bali has to offer. Having worked extensively in Europe and the Middle East (including the Michelin-starred Eisvogel in Germany) he has accumulated awards including the Best Restaurateur of the Year 2013, Best Chef of the Year 2013, and Best New Restaurant in Bali in 2014. Let Chef Mandif Warokka and his team cook for you. Padi Restaurant at Visesa Ubud Website : https://lumbungpadiubud.com/ More info contact : firstname.lastname@example.org Book a table . : https://lumbungpadiubud.com/padi/#padi_booking At Desa Visesa Ubud Jl. Suweta, Banjar Bentuyung Sakti Ubud – Gianyar 80571 / (0361) 2091788 Bali – Indonesia
If you can dream it, you can make it happen. This is something the team at The Bali Bible really believes and we work to prove it everyday. Last November, following the minor eruption of Mt Agung, tourism numbers sharply declined, leaving many on the island struggling. As a team with have a deep and strong connection to Bali, so we got together and starting coming up with crazy ideas around how we might help. Since the 1970’s the Balinese economy has been driven by tourism and many in Bali rely on the regular tourism traffic to educate and provide for their families. With many friends and partners on the island, we wanted to do something to encourage everyone back and show them that Bali was once again business as usual. So we decided to create the most incredible competition we could imagine. You can check it our right here Surely, we thought, if we could give away some of the biggest prize trips we’ve ever seen, it might get a bit of attention. We hoped it might show everyone that 2018 was the year to be planning their next Bali escape. From here the idea escalated quickly. We contacted some of our partners on the island, from the most luxurious villas and resorts, to the best restaurants and bars and some of the most exciting experiences. Unexpectedly, everyone we spoke to about our crazy idea was keen to get involved! Even the Balinese government have supported the idea and joined in the activity. With so much energy from everyone we talked too the plan came together quickly. With the help of many others we’ve been able to create not just one but three incredible Bali Escapes to give away. While the winners of each prize will experience some of the best that Bali has to offer, the competition is about much more than that. At The Bali Bible we love Bali and have deep and personal connections to the island. Our crazy-idea-turned-campaign is as much about rewarding the winners as it is about bringing attention back to this beautiful destination. We want to showcase its culture and its people and tell everyone that it is safe to travel there. If you want to get behind the campaign we’d love the support. We'd love you to share this article, our social posts around the competiion or even enter yourself at the link below. www.thebalibible.com/escape We’re so excited to be able to pull such a massive feat like this off and we could not have done it without every single partner that has contributed to the campaign; The Edge Villa The Ungasan Clifftop Resort Villa Latitude W Hotel Retreat Trans Resort The Layar Designer Villas & Spa The Viceroy Komaneka at Tanggayuda Air Bali Helicopter Oneeighty Single Fin Settimo Cielo Restaurant Merah Putih Restaurant Mejekawi Restaurant Ku De Ta The Lawn Canggu Sundays Beach Club Mozaic Restaurant Spice Ubud by Chris Salans CasCades Restaurant Four Elements Adventure Bali Body Skincare GoPro Enter The Ultimate Escape Competition Here
BALI FAQ Lucky you! Looks like you’re on your way to our all-time favourite destination…! Here at The Bali Bible we are the experts on creating memorable trips and we are going to share with you our tips to make your trip as enjoyable, easy and safe as possible. TRANSPORT How much should I pay from the airport? The easiest way is to get your hotel to arrange pick-up and drop off. It can be cheaper to organise your own transport at the airport, if you don’t get ripped off. Haggling is rife at the airport. fares from the airport start from; · Canggu: 200,000IDR · Kuta: 100,000IDR · Seminyak: 150,000IDR · Ubud: 300,000IDR · Uluwatu: 250,000IDR How much is it for a personal driver? You can get a personal driver for a day trip for around 600,000 Indonesian Rupiah ($60) a day. Your hotel should be able to arrange one for you. The Bali Bible has a network of reliable drivers- email@example.com What is the best taxi service to use? Blue Bird taxi is the most reputable taxi service throughout Indonesia. The cars are light blue with a Blue Bird logo. Although, you need to be quite vigilant because a lot of other taxis are also blue. Blue Bird taxis will always offer a metered fare, unlike other companies that negotiate the fare through their drivers. You can download the Blue Bird app or get your hotel to call one for you. When are the traffic peak times? Gridlock traffic is common and can’t be attributed to any particular time of day, but for tourist areas such as Seminyak, Kuta, Canggu, it’s usually the heaviest during lunchtime (12 - 2 pm) and also afternoon to dinner time (5 to 7 pm). During the whole week, Saturdays are usually the heaviest. Why is there so much honking? The people of Bali are not chronic road ragers! Honking is a polite gesture to let someone know that you are nearby or overtaking. They also disregard lanes and speed limits, which can be confusing as a visitor. Things to keep in mind if you rent a scooter- · You are by law expected to wear a helmet. You will find that bike accidents are common. Travel insurance often doesn’t cover moped accidents, especially if you don’t have a license. · It’s normal to pay around 70,000 Indonesian Rupiah ($7) a day to rent a scooter short term · Green means go… Orange means go faster… And red means don’t stop immediately or someone will run up your ass. Maintain situational awareness and make sure the traffic behind you is slowing down with you. · Scooters can be a great way to explore Bali but did we mention, you should wear a helmet? Wear proper shoes, long pants etc if possible. · If you are stopped by a policeman for any reason, 50,000IDR ($5) is the standard fine. MONEY & CURRENCY What is the best way to get local currency? Occasionally money changers have been known to short change people. Although tempting, it’s best to avoid the changers offering the best rates. The more official money changers such as Central Kuta Money Exchange and BMC are amongst the more entrusted. Withdrawing cash through ATM’s is also possible and the best way to avoid skimming is to use ATM’s located in bank branches or guarded my security guards. Exchanging cash at home is also a great option. How much money should I bring? Bintangs are from 25,000IDR ($2.50) to 50,000IDR ($5). You can pay as little as 20,000IDR ($2) for a Nasi Goreng to 150,000IDR ($15) for a salad and a smoothie. Dinner for two at swanky restaurants can cost 1,000,000IDR+ ($100+). Bali can be done on all budgets! Is tipping customary? It is not a requirement but a small tip can go a long way for a lot of Balinese, especially for cleaners, drivers, helpers etc. FOOD & DRINKS Can I drink tap water in Bali? Definitely not, the tap water in Bali hasn’t been processed for drinking. Is it safe to have drinks with ice? Long has it been preached to be weary of ice in Bali. In the last decade or more however, standards have improved. Most places have drinking ice delivered. So YES, it is safe to have a drink with ice. How can I prevent Bali belly? Bali Belly is very common. Be cautious and use hand sanitiser frequently, never use tap water to brush your teeth and be careful not to get water in your mouth when showering, swimming etc. Street food in Bali often doesn’t agree with Westerners, so if you want to sample the local food it’s best to go to a clean looking ‘warung’. Charcoal pills are the best remedy, you can get them at chemists around Bali. Are local spirits safe? Many of the cheaper bars use local spirits. These can cause bad hangovers and in some cases alcohol poisoning. If the prices are too good to be true, they probably are. GENERAL Should I get a local SIM card? Prepaid sims cost very little and 150,000IDR ($15) of credit should last you at least a week or two. This way you can use transport apps, check in at your favourite places and refer to The Bali Bible on the run. Most cafes / restaurants / hotels etc have WIFI. What will the weather be like for my trip? Bali experiences a tropical rainy season from around October/November through to March/April. Rainy season can still be fun, usually the sun will shine for a few good hours on most days. But yes, it is hot ALL year round. What is the best way to deal with street vendors? It’s ok to walk past or ignore pushy street vendors- they are used to it! If you would like to buy something, make sure you negotiate as this is expected. Test your haggling skills and try and get the price down to 50-60% of the original price. Are there supermarkets? Bintang supermarket in Seminyak has a wide selection of local and imported items for a fair price. In Canggu there is Canggu station and Pepito (which is also available throughout the whole island). In Sanur there is Hardy’s. Some areas also have Coco Marts. But if you are talking about mini markets, you can always find Alfamart and Indomaret in almost every location in Bali (you’ll find one every 500 meters!) Where can I go for medical care? Siloam Hospitals and BIMC hospitals are the best options to see a doctor or for medical emergencies with locations all around the island. The best thing to do is hop in a taxi and ask to be dropped at the nearest one. 112 and 118 are the emergency numbers, but sometimes it’s best to call the hospital direct. Is there a lot of crime? Like any tourist destination in the world, there are thieves that target tourists. However we find Bali is relatively safe and the Balinese are honest by nature. The most common thing to be weary of are bag snatchers on scooters. Always carry your bag on the other side of the road, and keep bags and valuables under the seat when riding a scooter. How can I be respectful to the locals and their customs? The Balinese are warm and smiley by nature. A smile and ‘Terima Kasih’ (thank you) can go a long way. If you really want to impress, ‘Suksuma’ is the traditional Balinese way of saying thanks. Bali is full of colourful and ceremonies and spectacular culture. They are mostly happy for you to spectate and take photos. Unlike the rest of Indonesia, Bali is Hindu in religion, but when in areas with high Islamic populations it’s best for women to dress modestly. These include the Gillis, Lombok, Java, Medewi etc.
On Nyepi day, the Balinese take part in ‘Catur Bratha Penyepian’ which means no working, no entertainment or pleasure, no lights or fires, and for some, no eating or talking at all for 24 hours. In short, everyone on the island is supposed to…. Do nothing! Even Denpasar Airport is closed and all flights are grounded for the period of 6am to 6am the following day. The silence is policed by members of the Pecalang (traditional security men) from the local Banjar (counsil) with punishments dished out for rule breakers, such as cleaning a temple or being made to sit still on a road for 5 hours. The days leading up to Nyepi are charged with anticipation for the locals. You will see the Balinese busying themselves with preparations of offerings for different ceremonies. Nyepi however is only the final ritualistic step of a series of ceremonies spanning 3-4 days. Taur Kasanga is the name used officially for the series of rituals, with each one a particular communication with a particular god. Melasti is the first of these ceremonies. Perhaps as foreigners to the Balinese culture, it’s extremely hard to imagine that an island that bustles every other day of the year could fall completely silent, hence why we focus more on the day of Nyepi. For the inherently spiritual Balinese, Nyepi and the surrounding ceremonies are a source of delight. It’s an opportunity to cleanse the body, mind, and soul with meditation and fasting, and to show gratitude to mother earth by allowing her to take a breather. The Ogoh Ogoh parade is not to be missed if you are visiting the island over Taur Kasanga. Ogoh Ogoh are mythological demons made of papier mache. The children of each Banjar create an Ogoh Ogoh each year, to be paraded along with the Ogoh Ogoh of other Banjars, accompanied with traditional music. The Ogoh Ogoh, which can be up to 5m in height are paraded with gusto and animation to scare away the evil spirits. They often represent the ugly components of society and are burnt to ashes as a show of purification after the parade. Any fan of theatrics and culture would be thrilled to catch the parade. Munggu outside of Canggu and Teuku Umar Simpang Enam and Puputan in Denpasar stage the biggest and best parades. Fun fact; the Ogoh Ogoh parade was only first celebrated in 1983, unlike Nyepi which has been celebrated for centuries which is amazing proof that Balinese religion and culture has not been diluted by Western influence! If you are in Bali (and also Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, or Nusa Ceningan) this March 17th, here are some tips from us! - Make sure you get to an Ogoh Ogoh parade. The most spectacular parades are in Munggu, Teuku Umar Simpang Enam and Puputan in Denpasar. Don’t forget to take a camera to capture once-in-a-lifetime snaps! - We recommend that you find comfortable accommodation with a nice pool and food service, as you will be allowed to roam within a resort or hotel (many hotels and resorts do special discounted or all-inclusive Nyepi packages!). Make sure you check in as early as possible the day before to avoid traffic from road closures for the Ogoh Ogoh parade. - Prepare plenty of snacks and drinks, books, magazines and activities like card games. Take the opportunity for stargazing after dark, Bali has never been so sparkly! Enjoy the fresh, clean air early the morning after. - As a non-Balinese, you are not obligated to follow all rules of abstinence, however keep the noise down during the day and ensure your curtains are closed at night so no light can escape. Otherwise you might find yourself enrolled in a temple clean! - Have you considered doing as the Balinese do? You are welcome to take part in ‘Catur Bratha Penyepian’ or abstinence. Rest, practice gratitude for beautiful Bali and give your full attention to your family - If taking a lay day during your trip isn’t on your agenda, you can boat to the Gili Islands or fly or boat to Lombok, Bali’s Islamic neighbour. Bali is the only Hindu part of Indonesia, and therefore the only place where Nyepi takes place ***If you are in Bali for Nyepi, remember to book your accommodation in advance. Make sure the place you are staying at has excellent facilities to keep you entertained throughout Nyepi. Check out our recommendations below for some great Nyepi 2018 packages and special offers. Embed https://www.thebalibible.com/article/balis-day-of-silence-nyepi-packages-2018
It's time to start planning your trip to Bali again as Mount Agung alert status has been officially downgraded. After months of stress and uncertainty for tens of thousands of locals and hundreds of thousands of tourists, it's time to start planning that trip to Bali again and get back to enjoying the beauty of this amazing country. With an exclusion zone of 6km of the volcano, many refugees will be assisted to return home should they wish to do so. After 38 days of Mount Agung being at its highest alert, the tourist island economy has been battered... for those wanting to return, this means there are some great deals for great value holidays in Bali!!! To start planning your dream holiday, jump on our site to find the hottest new venues and thousands of inspirational lists made by real people.
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We thought after three members of our amazing team had been lucky enough to have their wedding in Bali over the past 4 months that we should share The Bride's Guide to having the best Bali wedding. Below is a result of our team calling on our extended network in Bali to build a detailed guide showcasing the best of the Bali wedding scene. Whether you are recently engaged, or have friends or family thinking of having a wedding in Bali – YOU NEED TO READ THIS! Bali's Best Wedding Planners A lot of people question whether a wedding planner is really needed when holding a destination wedding, and in our opinion it is essential to successfully hosting your dream wedding day. With so many choices on the island it can often become overwhelming when trying to choose one, so we thought we would do some digging, and narrow down the list of wedding planners we have had the pleasure of not only working with but in some cases have been lucky enough to plan our own weddings over the years! For those brides looking for a customised wedding experience, below are a list of other fantastic planners best known for their creative style, and attention to detail: Libby Doherty Weddings Cher Ange Weddings Global Weddings The Seven Agency Call Me Madame Lynley Weddings Bali's Best Catering Companies Catering is one of the most important aspects of a successful wedding day, and what better way to showcase to your guests the beautiful cuisine the island has to offer by choosing a great Bali caterer. When it comes to catering for weddings in Bali, we think there is only one choice, and it is a very recent addition to the Bali catering scene - Merah Putih Catering. Delivering beautifully crafted food, attentive service & the same exceptional standards from the team behind Merah Putih Restaurant (which is one of our favourite restaurants in Bali). With a menu which is mixed between individual dishes and the local tradition of sharing, a dining event from MERAH PUTIH CATERINGpresents an opportunity for your guests to dive further into the unique experience of having a special event in Bali. The below links go to their website where you can find out more. Merah Putih Catering (by Merah Putih Restaurant) Bali's Best Wedding Photographers After months of planning your special day, and with friends and family travelling near and far to share in the celebrations with you, we feel it is important make sure you capture your dream day with only the best photographers Bali has to offer which is why we highly recommend: Imaj Gallery Terralogical Veli Photography Beck Roochi Phography Evermotion Photography Bali's Best Wedding Venues With so many venue choices on the island it can often become overwhelming when trying to choose the perfect venue so we have narrowed down in our opinion a list of the BEST Bali wedding venues. Bali's Best Furniture Hire For those brides looking for that unique wedding planning experience, when it's time to choose your furniture we feel you can’t go past the beautiful vintage inspired furniture from Bali Event Hire. With their beautiful style & high quality range of furniture the team at Bali Event Hire will ensure your special day is one to remember forever. Supply and Demand Bali are also a great choice when it comes to high quality furniture rentals in Bali. Bali Event Hire Supply & Demand Bali Bali's Best Hair & Make Up Besides your dream dress Hair & Make Up is the second most important part of your wedding day look! From experience we highly recommend: Glo Day Spa Spring Spa Yeanne Make Up Shampoo Lounge Prana Spa Bali Barber and Spa (For the Groomsmen) Bali's Best Florists When we think of Bali immediately the smell of the Palm Trees, Frangipanis & Coconut come to mind. What a magical setting for your dream wedding day. Flowers are equally as important to set the scene of the evening so we have handpicked our favourite Bali florists to make the choice a little easier for you Aisle Project Martha Florist Heliconia Gloriosa Flower House Bali's Best DJ's Setting the scene is a big part of a successful wedding day so in our opinion a good DJ is a must for an awesome wedding! Below are two of our top recommendations for brides wanting great music on their wedding day. DJ Arshad Arshad has been active in the club and events scene for over 20 years. He has held residencies in The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Caribbean and Thailand, and in 2003 Arshad fulfilled the roll as the event/artist/PR manager for a high-end Dutch hospitality group. For the following 9 years Arshad organised an average of 30 events annually, playing with celebrated names around the world including Ron Carroll, Joey Negro, Stonebridge, Robin S, Copyright, Hardsoul, Sergio Flores, Dennis Ferrer, Chocolate Puma and Ce Ce Penniston a.o. While spinning, Arshad draws inspiration from the crowd to manoeuvre his set to the ongoing mood and moment. Arshad describes his style as warm & accessible, creating an eclectic style of various music genres, which makes him a great choice for weddings and events. Since 2012 Arshad has held various residencies at many well known venues including Kudeta, Metis & MamaSan along with playing at many weddings and events each month throughout Bali. Arshad's music style includes Dance, R&B, Hip Hop, House, Top 40 commercial, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s Rock, Latin, Salsa, Lounge, Jazz & Soul. Contact details: email@example.com Adam Bennetts You’d be hard pressed to come up with a better definition of 'Living The Dream', than the way Adam Bennetts goes about his days. By splitting his time between the Gold Coast and Bali, Adam really does have an endless summer and this is portrayed in the fun rolling house vibe he brings to the DJ booth. Adam is as versatile as they come. He's the guy that has you catch yourself out, when bobbing your head as you watch the sun go down and he's also the guy that has you grooving into the early hours of the morning. His 10 years of DJ experience really stand out in all of DJ sets, whether it be his groovy sunset vibes or as deep as house music gets. This is why you will see his name pop up on many different bills all around the world. Whilst in Bali, Adam holds a residency at Single Fin, Uluwatu, which is arguably one of the worlds best Sunday sessions. He also plays at numerous other venues, such as Jenja, Old Man's, Hu'u Bar and now, the brand new Koh. When he is back in Australia, he is a Saturday night resident at elsewhere Bar in Surfers Paradise. He also plays monthly in Melbourne at St Kilda's Secret Garden and fortnightly in Byron Bay at Aquarius and The Beach Hotel. Adams music style includes: Tropical House, Deep House, Tech-House, Downtempo, Nu-Disco, Disco, 80s/90s. Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org Sound cloud: https://soundcloud.com/misterbennetts Best acoustic singer Lydia Rose Music Bali's Best Video / Arial Photographer What better way to remember your special day, and look back on with family and friends by having a videographer filming every moment for you. With many great choices available we have hand picked a few below to make the choice a little easier for you. Imaji Bali Bali High (Arial drone footage) Bali's Best Entertainment Finding the right entertainment for your wedding day in Bali wedding can often be overwhelming especially when you are so spoilt with choice! We have hand picked a few of our favourite entertainment / production companies to help you on your way. Elite Sounds Bali Fire Dancers Marlyn Production Bali's Best Accessories for Weddings If furniture, flowers and music aren’t enough, why not go all out and add some extra components to your special day! Giant Swan Piyama Bridal Party Robes Bali's Best Wedding Cake and Dessert After all the dancing, eating, photos and more there is always room for a little desert and these two are absolutely delicious! DELICIOSO GELATO Ixora Cakes Hens Parties Planning a wedding wouldn’t be the same without also planning the ultimate Hens & bucks celebration. Ideas, games, and celebrations for a fabulous Hens night or Hens party, for every bride-to-be can be found here; Hens Party Bali is truly a magical place full of endless of opportunities to make your dream day absolutely beautiful. We hope your Bali wedding is as amazing as ours was! Love The Bali Bible xxxx
There are no shortage of villas between Seminyak and Canggu, but believe us Own Villa truly is unique and special in every way and a high level of luxury standard. Hidden amongst the most typical scenery of Bali, the rice paddies, Own is a four bedroom villa perfectly located in a very peaceful area, yet close to the most glamorous bars, shops, restaurants and clubs of the island. “Escape, relax, enjoy”, these are the keywords when staying at Own Villa, and they really come true once you try what they call your “Own experience”. Everything flows at your own rhythm, with an attentive and caring service and the feeling of an exclusive getaway. Nestled within lush tropical greenery, the house consists of five different buildings: four bedrooms and an open-air living room. The pool of generous dimension is down by the riverside end of the property, with a view on the stunning rice fields. This layout makes Own Villa the ideal gateway for either friends or family gatherings, with the peace and quiet needed to enjoy Bali to the fullest. The structure was designed with a clear environmentally friendly concept, in harmony with nature using materials such as alang-alang, recycled ironwood and minimal steel trimmings. There is a fascinating story for architecture lovers emerging from every little detail. Own Villa is also the ultimate fit for guests with specific dietary needs. The chef Pak Made prepares your daily dishes according to your requirements. His repertoire is diverse and features a range of cuisines including Italian, French and Indonesian. The mix of flavours, the top presentation of dishes, and the overall experience cannot be described, it must be tried! The healthy Own lifestyle is completed by an optional wellness retreat package that includes tailored Spa treatments, private yoga and meditation classes. The focal point of Own Villa is “well-being” and everything is put in place to let you experience the unique serenity offered. If you are looking for a place that breaths the authentic Bali spirit, Own Villa is the one. Check out their Instagram or Facebook page!