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With the 10th World Water Forum kicking off in Bali and tens of thousands of delegates arriving on the Island of the Gods to discuss the topic of Shared Water Prosperity for All, there has been no better time to explore all the aquatic adventures tourists can enjoy while on vacation.  From sacred water rituals …

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The Bali Tourism Office is facilitating the creation of a new coffee plantation and agrotourism initiative in Buleleng Regency in North Bali. The project, located closed to Munduk, will give tourists seeking an off path experience in nature the chance to connect with Bali’s thriving coffee culture and rarely visited villages. The Head of the …

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With the World Water Forum officially kicking off in Nusa Dua on Saturday, 18th May, one top Bali attraction will be closed for four days to allow delegations and VIP guests undisturbed access. The iconic GWK Cultural Park closed its doors on the evening of 16th May and will not reopen until the 20th May. …

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Hands up if your parents treated you to a Slush Puppy, a Snow Cone, or a sugary, syrupy, icy slushy drink of any kind as a kid. It’s safe to say that there is something playful and properly nostalgic about slushies, and no vacation would be complete without a cheeky slurp. For Bali lovers heading …

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Bali’s most famous waterpark, Waterbom in Kuta, has pledged to become net zero by 2033. This incredible climate pledge, they hope, will show the world that if a waterpark can achieve meaningful sustainability goals, then anyone and everyone can.  Waterbom is the most popular waterpark in Bali. Loved by locals, families, friends an even solo …

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Tourism Villages are soaring in popularity with visitors to Bali right now. They give visitors the chance to see firsthand what life is like for local Balinese people and learn about culture, history, and the natural landscape.  The most famous Tourism Village in Bali is Penglipuran Village in Bangli. This ancient village has been recognized …

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Travel data has revealed the most famous temples in Bali with tourists. Visitors to Bali often cited the temples and the island’s deeply spiritual nature as one of the top reasons for booking a vacation to the province.  Two of Bali’s most popular temples with tourists are Tanah Lot Temple and Ulun Danu Beratan. One …

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Bali’s GWK Cultural Park is the number one place on the island to take a deep dive into the rich and abundant cultural heritage of the province. Located on the Bukit, close to Uluwatu, GWK Cultural Park is best known as being home to the giant Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue, but there is so much …

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Tourists planning their first visit to Bali often have the same few questions: Is it safe? What should I do if I get sick? And is ‘X’ attraction or destination worth the visit? It only takes a quick look on social media at #ExpectationVsRealityBali to see that some places don’t quite look like the picture …

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Bali’s Gianyar Regency is best known for its Ubud resort. The province’s arts and culture capital is home to some of the most important and inspiring historical sites on the island.  Want to read more? Our Bali Sun Premium Members always get full access to our best content, ad-free!  

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Bali will soon be home to a fleet of hydrogen airplanes that will be used to help ‘boost’ tourism in the province. In a new partnership between Sirius Aviation AG and the PARQ Development Group based in Ubud, the mission from ground control is to bring sustainable travel to the airways.  PARQ Development’s current work …

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Bali lovers are constantly on the lookout for the next best hidden gem, especially when it comes to spots in nature. Outdoor adventurers must look no further than the newly opened Temesi Waterfall, close to Ubud, for a crowd-free waterfall hidden deep in the jungle. Temesi Waterfall in Temesi Village in Gianyar Regency, just a …

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