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Our Honeymoon (Bulan Madu Kami) Posted by on Nov 22, 2017

Bulan Madu Kami (Our Honeymoon)

Lots of people dream of honeymooning in Bali, and for good reason. Here you can find stunning beaches, tranquil rice fields, an amazing dining and nightlife scene, and so much more. I was lucky enough to have my honeymoon while studying in Bali. Here’s a little story about our honeymoon (bulan madu kami) in Indonesian…

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A Balinese Honeymoon Posted by on Oct 19, 2017

A Balinese Honeymoon

When you search for top honeymoon (bulan madu in Indonesian) destinations around the world, Bali is a place that shows up on just about every list. With beautiful landscapes, luxurious villas, a world-class culinary scene, and countless spas, it’s no wonder the Island of the Gods is a favorite for honeymooners. Check out some highlights…

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Bulan Madu di Bali (Honeymoon in Bali) Posted by on Oct 17, 2017

Honeymoon in Bali

Banyak orang bulan madu di BaliĀ (Many people honeymoon in Bali). It’s definitely one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world. It makes sense to me – Bali adalah indah, eksotik, dan romantis (Bali is beautiful, exotic, and romantic). As a mater of fact, I had my honeymoon there, too! Here are a few reasons…

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UWRF 2015 Video Posted by on Nov 4, 2015

In its 12th year, the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival featured over 200 events at over 40 venues across Bali’s cultural center. Check out some highlights from the amazing weekend in this short video.

Ubud Writers and Readers Festival Posted by on Nov 2, 2015

We’ve been talking about Ubud a lot here recently, but we’ve got one more post about the cultural heart of Bali before we move on to other parts of the island and Indonesia in general – the 2015 Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. The 12th annual installment of this literary festival just finished up here…

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Ubud – The Cultural Heart of Bali Posted by on Oct 27, 2015

While Bali is famous mostly for its beaches, there’s a lot more to the Island of the Gods than just sun and sand. For those willing to get out of their beach chair for a couple of days, there’s a totally different side to the island waiting to be explored. One of the most popular…

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