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!
Think about how fun it would be to Cycling through beautiful Bali!You get to see cool places in the countryside, ancient temples, and green rice fields. Plus, you get to watch how traditional Balinese food is made and try some yummy dishes! It’s more than just a Bali Cycling Tour; it’s a whole adventure where you get to see and learn so much about Bali’s special way of life!
Are you searching for a destination that’s rich in history, charming, and picture-perfect for Instagram? Look no further than Mengwi, the historic town that’s sure to steal your heart. From its royal kingdom roots to its modern-day charm, Mengwi is a must-visit for anyone seeking an authentic Bali experience. So, pack your cameras and get ready to explore the heart of Bali like never before.
The New Edition of our magazine was already available. For the new edition, there is change, before our magazine is called Coupon & Map, now the magazine becomes Guides & Maps. It’s got a further Kura-Kura Bus information, travel guide, and map. Kura-Kura Guides & Map is a travel guide that keeps reminding you of the beauty of Balinese culture. Here’s a sneak look inside : COVID-19 Update – Kura-Kura Bus First up, new updates for Kura-Kura Bus. To ensure we are taking all steps to possible to minimize the risk on board our services regarding COVID-19. Kura-Kura Bus is suspended starting from 22 March until 22 April 2020. For … Read more
For anyone planning on visiting Bali, consider coming around this particular time of year for an insight into the beautiful local culture. Melasti 21-23 March 2020 Melasti is one of Hindu religious ceremony which will be done 2 to 4 days before Nyepi. This is a part of self-purification conducted by Balinese Hindus before Bali New Year. The ritual also purifies the sacred objects or all religious tools (Pratima). From 21-23 March you will see Balinese women will carry offering that made from cake, fruits, and flower while the men will carry sacred object or Pratima accompanied by a particular umbrella which is called as “Tedung” heading to rivers, lakes, or beaches. … Read more