Sacred Balinese Dances To Be Prohibited Outside Religious Ceremonies

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Sep 22, 2019
Balinese Government has recently signed an agreement which restricts hundreds of Balinese dancers from performing sacred dances at commercial events. The signers of thiss agreement were Wayan Koster the Governor of Bali, The Dharma Hinidu Council of Indonesia, the Customary Village Council (MDA), the Culture Consideration and Guidance Council (LISTIBIYA), and the Indonesia Arts Institute (ISI).Koster explained the reason behind this agreement is the sacredness and specialty of the Balinese...

Important Tips for Bali Travellers

Category : Tourist Destination | Posted on Sep 21, 2019
KEY FACTS :Visa Regulations are based on your passport / nationalityOver 160 nationalities need no Visa (FREE ENTRY; max. stay 30 days)A Free Entry Stamp CANNOT be extendedPassport must always be valid at least 6 months (for social visa 12 months) from day of arrival. No exceptions.Keep a page on passport empty for stamp or visa sticker!Day of arrival counts as day one, day of departure counts as full dayPenalty fee for overstaying IDR 1,000...

Bali Events Week 3 September 2019

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Sep 21, 2019
Third week of September is almost ending and we are already looking forward to the October. This 2019 surely is the fastest year we have seen. Bali on the other hand seems to be enjoying every passing day with great events and parties. We have shortlisted some of the best events for you.JESSE MARCO AT OMNIASNEAKY SATURDAYS AT MRS SIPPYUBRAN NIGHT AT VI AI PIGABRIELE POSO DUOLADIES ON SUNDAY

Gluten Free Restaurants In Bali

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Sep 17, 2019
While most think that Gluten free diet is just another health scam but in reality it is actually a critical dietary need for people suffering from coeliac disease. With this allergy to wheat and gluten intolerance one can actually contract serious skin rashes, IBS or anemia.We understand how difficult it can become for people with gluten free diet to find restaurants that serve their required diets while going on a holiday. Don't worry we got you covered, here are some of the restaurants that se...

Mount Agung on Standby Status: Climbers trying to scale will be fined

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Sep 16, 2019
Any climber trying to climb Mount Agung will be fined for $71 during his status as "Standby". This fine will be carried out a traditional village located right on the slops of Bali's Mount Agung. This is a part of an effort to discourage tourists from climbing as long the status stays on standby.Even though Mount Agung seems to be relatively calm these days however Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG) is still marking it as a level three alert. This incl...

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