Tropicola Beach Club

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Dec 03, 2018
Tropicola Beach ClubTropicola provides for long lazy days and fun, balmy nights. It’s a mansion and playground for the new jet set that deliberately evokes nostalgia from another era, bringing a Slim Aarons picture to life for friends to relax and party by the beach from 11am to midnight every day.It’s an 80’s leaning pool club with clean lines, bright colours, cascading plants and an amphitheater shaped towards the beach that showcases views of the ‘golden mile” of Seminyak beach (and beyond) f...

Aye-Aye Captain : Learning to Sail in Bali

Category : Tourist Destination | Posted on Nov 30, 2018
In Bali’s once sleepy district of Sanur, sits a sailing and water sport company with its sights set on offering a different kind of ocean experience than what Bali is typically known for. Both therapeutic and adrenaline-pumping activities are up for grabs here – set sail, captain!Photo Courtesy of Eat Bali Surf And SailSanur is Bali’s mature beachside town. Adored for its relaxed coastal ambience and alluring more laid-back residents, it is ideal for a honeymoon, 30th anniversary, or a Sunday fu...

How Much Money Do You Need To Spend For Retirement In Bali?

Category : Tourist Destination | Posted on Nov 29, 2018
People will not have any problem looking for reasons to retire in beautiful Bali. There’s no doubt the Balinese are warm and friendly people, their religion is fascinating and their culture is interesting. Most importantly, Bali provides the world’s most awe-inspiring beaches, excellent shopping complexes, delicious food and all the conveniences of home. If that’s not enough, your foreign currency stretches way further here, allowing you to live a comfortable lifestyle for just a few pennies of&...

How much cash can you bring when traveling to Indonesia?

Category : uncategorized | Posted on Nov 29, 2018
Starting from March 5, 2018, Indonesian citizens as well as foreigners need to be a bit more careful when bringing foreign-denominated cash money into Indonesia. A new Bank Indonesia regulation sets a IDR 1 billion (approx. USD $75,000) ceiling on the total amount of foreign cash money an individual can bring into Indonesia.The new regulation of the country's central bank (Bank Indonesia) only allows banks and licensed money changers to bring in foreign bank notes worth more than IDR 1 billion....

Why Bali is suddenly even affordable?

Category : Tourist Destination | Posted on Nov 29, 2018
Fierce competition among Bali hotels is seeing accommodation prices plummet, with holiday-makers saving more than $50 a night this month compared to last month.The sudden spike in Bali bargains has prompted travel giant TripAdvisor to issue a “price drop alert”. In July, the average nightly rate for hotels in Denpasar was $274, while this month, travellers can expect to pay just $215 on average, according to TripAdvisor’s figures. Just a fraction of that can score a stay at one of the island’s t...

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