Nyepi, or Bali day of silence, falls on march 28th this year. This unique day is the day that everyone in Bali is prohibited from leaving their family homes, hotels or accommodation. The reason for this is to create the illusion of an empty island to convince the bad spirits said to visit on this day…

Tourists from all over the world flock to the ancient Balinese temple of Tanah Lot, but very few consider staying in the area. Close to Canggu, but far enough from the hipster-ness of it all, is Pantai Kedungu and a scattering of villas and guest houses in between rice fields and world class surf. While…

The Padma Ubud may not get quite as much hype as its Legian sister, but this post might just sway you towards splitting your time between the two locations. I wasn’t particularly looking forward to heading further north than we live during of one of the rainiest weeks I’ve ever experienced in Bali, but I packed…

Canggu Club Sunday 22nd Jan from 12pm Starting at 12am get your Australia on with BBQ, slip and slide, AFL, a thong throwing contest, Pavlova eating contest, cricket and ultimate frisbee! A great time for the whole family and everyone is welcome!! Find more info on this event HERE Karma Beach Club Thursday 26 Jan. 10am-9pm…

Paradiso Ubud is an absolute gem of a space in central Ubud. Boasting to be the world’s first organic vegan cinema, it is actually much more than that. This 150 person capacity venue offers daily movie screenings; everything from kids films, documentaries, short films and tv series. It also hosts yoga and dance classes, workshops, lectures, live music…