Eid Al-Fitr 1439H, more commonly referred to in Indonesia as Lebaran, is the celebration that comes at the end of the Muslim month of fasting, Ramadhan. The Arabic meaning of Idul Fitri is “becoming holy again”. The dates of the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, Ramadan, vary from year to year, as the Muslim calendar (Hijrah) is based on a lunar cycle of 29 or 30 days. The exact date is determined by the sighting of the new moon.
Legian Beach is probably the second most popular area with visitors in Bali. This is after Kuta, thanks to its close association with beach life and its parties. Indeed, one of Legian’s main attractions is its extravagant nightlife. Another attraction is the white sandy beach filled with tanned wannabe celebrities. For first timers, Legian might feel just like another Kuta. But give yourself a day, an evening walk along the famous Double Six Beach, and a night in a cosy
The Ultimate Escape Game Adventure. You can between from 3 thrilling journeys, and encounter surprises, secret passages, hidden chambers and mindboggling puzzles. By working as a team, the objective is to complete all of the tasks inside within 120 minutes and to escape the room. You will need to use your wits, teamwork, strategy skills, decision making abilities altogether to beat the game! Available game slots: 10.30am, 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm, daily. Group size between 2-10 people. Please check the
8th time they were back living in Samsara with the impression will not be moved to another hotel because samsara is their 2nd home.
First stay in Samsara and instantly memorable want to come back again in a short time on their next vacation.
The weather in Bali in January sees occasional downpours of the wet season, with the peak season following on after the Christmas and New Year holiday period. However, the end of the month sees the start of the low season for hotel bookings with lower rates. January is the month with the most rainfall throughout the year, with an average chance of 43% and 347mm of rain. Temperatures are low at an average of 27.6 degrees, while seas are warmer
Be inspired by a collective focus and join us in a beautiful, luxurious Bali villa for an intimate 7day/7night writing retreat in We’ll start the day with a Kauit yoga class to ground into the moment before delving into dedicated writing time kickstarted by creative exercises. In the evenings there’ll be dinner, drinks and opportunities to share in a relaxed group setting. Give yourself this gift of time and space to create, write and find your voice, knowing all your
All business in our region continues to operate as normal with no impact from the Mount Agung warning. Our hotels are all more than 50 km from Mount Agung and operating as normal. We recognize some travelers are hesitant to come to Bali as Australian insurers will currently not provide travel cover. We will take away any concerns you have allowing you to travel to Bali with the following assurances.
Held annually in Bali’s cultural capital, the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival is Southeast Asia’s largest gathering of writers, thinkers, artists and performers from across the globe. In 2017, the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival will return for its 14th year from 25-29 October, with a five-day program of events exploring this year’s theme, ‘Origins’ Drawn from the Hindu philosophy ‘Sangkan Paraning Dumadi’, ‘Origins’ speaks of our eternal connection to where we have come from, and from where we will
Celebrating it’s 9th year, South East Asia’s one and only surf film festival takes place from 13-15 September at sunset. Expect mind-blowing visuals with this year’s fabulous line up of films, fuelled by epic adventures, whimsical journeys and low budget escapades by those impassioned by the motion of the ocean. Films lead us from the seething surf scene of Brazil in the 80’s to modern day seaside towns in Palestine where surfing is changing lives. See world champions, local heroes,