Want to explore more about the real Bali? Here are some of our favourite hidden gems to add to your list of must-see spots while you’re here. Take a few extra days after BATIC event and walk Bali like a local.
Green Bowl Beach is one of Bali’s most secluded beaches – a 30-metre coastal strip with coarse white sand, found at the bottom of a 75-metre-tall cliff. The steep descent down hundreds of steps is part of the appeal, attracting only adventurous we...Read More
Bali Island has many traditional art markets as one of the most popular tourist places to visit with special values. One of the well-known traditional art markets in Bali by domestic visitors is the art market of Sukawati and the art market of Bal...Read More
Bali has several coffee plantations that make the popular and expensive Kopi Luwak, some of which are produced in the Ubud region of the famous and expensive Kopi Luwak coffee. Kopi Luwak is made from the droppings of the Asian palm civet. Called...Read More
Sekumpul Waterfall (Air Terjun Sekumpul in the local language) is located in the northern mountains of Bali, around 2.5 hours drive from the main tourist hubs of Canggu, Seminyak, Kuta and Ubud. Known as ‘The Best Waterfall in Bali’ which has 7 hi...Read More
Green Cliffs of Undisan is often called the green canyon of Bali. It is an ancient canyon carved by a river flowing there for millions of years. The most interesting part is the colour of the cliffs in the canyon; it is green as it is covered with...Read More