Choosing Your Volkswagen Safari Tour: Options and Routes

Ready to explore Bali in a cool, classic way? A Volkswagen Safari Tour is your ticket to adventure! Imagine cruising in a vintage VW, feeling the breeze, and seeing Bali’s amazing places up close. Bali’s got it all – from green jungles and big mountains to peaceful beaches and pretty rice fields. The best part? There are lots of tour choices and paths you can pick, depending on what you like. Whether you want to dive into Bali’s culture, check out nature’s beauty, or mix a little of both, there’s a perfect Volkswagen Safari Tour waiting for you. Let’s find out how to pick the right one and make your … Read more

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Introducing the Volkswagen Safari Tour in Bali

A Classic Ride Makes Its Mark in IndonesiaWelcome to a unique twist on exploring Bali! Did you know the classic Volkswagen Safari first made its way to Indonesia in the 1970s? Originally designed for rugged adventures, these sturdy and stylish vehicles quickly found a special place in the hearts of Indonesians. Bali, with its diverse landscapes and vibrant culture, became the perfect backdrop for these iconic rides. It wasn’t long before the island’s creative minds saw a golden opportunity to turn these cool cars into a fun, new way to experience Bali’s wonders.Embark on a Journey Like No OtherImagine cruising down Bali’s scenic roads, the breeze in your hair, in … Read more

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Bali Event Calendar : January – March 2024

Let’s rev up to Bali at the start of 2024! There’s a lineup of events that’ll make you forget all about your daily grind. From hanging out with global masterminds to witnessing epic parades straight out of legends. And imagine, joining a super fun mass kissing ritual! Bali for the first quarter of 2024 isn’t just a holiday spot, guys. It’s about diving into a whirlpool of cool and contemporary culture. Get ready to add some unforgettable stories to your life!

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Lempuyang Temple Tour

Updated Ticket Prices Pura Lempuyang : March 2024

Bali, Indonesia – Pura Lempuyang, one of Bali’s most sacred temples, has seen a dramatic drop in visitor numbers. Recent figures reveal a 50% decrease, plunging from nearly 1000 daily visitors to just 500. The exact cause of this decline remains a mystery, but it interestingly precedes the implementation of new entrance fees set by the Regional Regulation (Perda) No. 8 of 2023 on Regional Taxes and Retribution.Launching in March 2024, the new tariff will charge 30,000 Rupiah for domestic tourists and 55,000 Rupiah for international visitors. Nevertheless, despite the downturn in foot traffic, this move aims to ensure the maintenance and preservation of the temple, as well as to … Read more

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