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Indonesian Drink Vocabulary Posted by on Mar 8, 2017

We’ve gone over lots of useful Indonesian vocabulary when it comes to food – vegetables, fruit, and meat & seafood. That will satisfy your hunger when traveling in Indonesia, but you’re bound to get thirsty at some point. Today we’ll learn some Indonesian drink vocabulary so you can order up a coffee, juice, or cold beer…

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A Guide to Nyepi Posted by on Mar 6, 2017

Once a year, the entire island of Bali shuts down for a day. The airport is closed, the roads are free of motorbikes, and even Kuta Beach is devoid of action. What’s the occasion? It’s Hari Raya Nyepi, or the Balinese New Year. It occurs on the first new moon of March, which falls on the…

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Independent Verbs Prefix Ber- Posted by on Feb 28, 2017

Prefix “ber–” is often called a verbal prefix. This is because most of the words with this prefix are verbs, even though they may be derived from nouns, verbs, adjectives or numbers. “ber–” verbs are intransitive.  The meaning of the verbs will be based on the group they belong to. 1. Verb 2. Noun  Prefix “Ber-…

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Vegetable Vocabulary in Indonesian Posted by on Feb 23, 2017

We’ve been learning lots of Indonesian words for food on the blog recently. Go back and check out the written posts on fruit, meat & seafood, and vegetables in case you missed them. It always helps to have a pronunciation guide when learning new words, so here’s a short video featuring the vegetable vocabulary in Indonesian.…

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Streets, Beats & Eats – Denpasar Posted by on Feb 21, 2017

Streets, Beats & Eats - Denpasar

Often overlooked by tourists, Bali’s capital city of Denpasar is home to museums, temples, markets, universities, and no shortage of places to wine and dine. Take a short tour to check out the “Streets, Beats & Eats” of Denpasar in this video, featuring the Bali Museum, Pura Jagatnatha Temple, some spicy local food, and a rockin’…

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