The Real Bucket List Of Bali After Covid-19

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 18, 2020
There is no disagreement among the experts that once the world reopens traveling is going to be one of the top agenda on everyone's list. After being locked down for months will have everyone's wanderlust kindled and a great itch of just getting on a bus, car or a plane to some exotic destination.When this happens, Bali is definitely going to be on the top list of many. Specially for those who have lived through the magic of Island of Gods before. Now we have a suggestion that this time you visi...

3 Meter Python - A New Guest at Pura Goa Lawah in Bali

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 17, 2020
An unusual wild guest is visiting Pura Goa Lawah, A Hindu temple located in the Klungkung regency of Bali. The visitation of 3 meter python is being taken as a good omen by some.“It doesn’t enter the housing areas, just around the temple. [It was sighted on Monday] at Goa Lawah,” Putu Widiada, an official from the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) in Klungkung.Widiada further explained that this unusual event has been happening for a while now however not every day. Locals have als...

Why Bali Makes a Perfect Holiday

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 17, 2020
As the world is slowly trying to get towards the new normal, pretty sure most of us are looking forward to a calm serene holiday. Most of the Island lovers are looking forward to visiting Bali again. Now with the new normal where we have seen some old trends coming back, like walking, cycling, less garbage and less plastic. This pandemic may have brought some blissful good things back to us. So why Bali makes the next perfect holiday.Just like 30 years ago when Bali was clean, no taxis, no buses...

Reopen Bali's Beaches - Thousands of People Have Already signed the petition

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 14, 2020
A petition was filed recently on Change.org by a user Rafi Papazian to open Bali's beaches. He has also introduced an idea of a “filtered access” to the beaches in Bali. This filter access means with proper supervision of local village officials which should allow allow surfers, runners, casual walkers, and people belonging to the same household to gain entry. It has garnered 980 signatures at the time of publication.Papazian also gave an update on the petition highlighting the fa...

Relying on the Local Customs to Face Corona Virus - Bali Governor

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on May 14, 2020
Bali Administration has been relying on local customs and traditions to face and fight the ongoing outbreak of Corona virus. They are insisting and trusting their on traditions rather than implementing the large-scale social restrictions. I Wayan Koster, the Governor of Bali has made a claim that Bali has been successful in curbing the curve of the disease as the residents and the locals have strong belief in their local values and culture.He also appreciated and acknowledged the efforts an...

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