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Bali Zero Magazine

VOLUNTEERING IN BALI

30 January 2023

 

It's time to give something back! Bali is magical, and still is!

When you travel away from the tourist crowds, you will find magical things. Nature, culture, also Balinese people are genuinely happy with a unique culture and spiritual lifestyle.
One thing that people want to do often is giving back to the island. One of the ways is being a volunteer. But, Unfortunately, if you enter Bali on a normal Tourist Visa, you are not allowed to volunteer in any way. Bali has a vast variety of volunteering options.

It is simply giving hand to street dog crisis, or teaching English at a school. But remember, it is not about posting everything on your Insta-stories.
Volunteering in Bali needs hardworking, motivated people who are willing to give their time and skills to further their cause. Then what Visa do I need? A Single Entry Visa Indonesia (B211A) is a perfect for individuals traveling to Bali or elsewhere in Indonesia who wants to volunteer. Are you one of them? We are ready to help!
Contact us!

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BALI WEATHER GUIDE

16 January 2023

What is the best time to visit BALI? Check this post!

Make sure you check the weather in Bali before you book flights and hotels.
 

JANUARY-FEBRUARY

THESE ARE THE WETTEST MONTH!

IN JANUARY, THE AVERAGE DAILY TEMPERATURES IS 26°C AND COULD BE DROP TO 15°C AT NIGHT.

 

MARCH

YOU CAN EXPECT A HIGH CHANGE. DAYS ARE HOT, A PERFECT TIME TO HEADING TO COOLER AREA LIKE UBUD.

 

APRIL

TIME TO SAY GOODBYE TO RAIN SEASON. DAILY TEMPERATURE REACH 29°C. PERFECT TIME FOR DIVING OR HIKING TO MOUNTAINS IN BALI. ALSO, ISLAND IS NOT BUSY YET. YOU DEFINITELY CAN GET A BEST OFFER!

 

MAY-JUNE

BEST MONTH TO VISIT BALI!

CONTAINS SUNSHINE AND WARM AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN 27°C. THE HIGH SEASON IS NOT COMING YET

 

JULY 

LOTS OF COUNTRY CHOOSE THIS MONTH TO VISIT BALI, LIKE EUROPEAN SINCE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS COMING.

HOTELS AND DESTINATIONS WILL BE BUSY.

 

AUGUST - SEPTEMBER

PLENTY OF SUNSHINE. BEST TIME TO ENJOY THE SKY AND BEACH ALL DAY LONG. LESS CROWDED SINCE EUROPEAN START LEAVING THE ISLAND.

 

OCTOBER

THE WET SEASON IS START! THE DAILY TEMPERATURE START WARM. YOU STILL CAN GET GOOD WEATHER, EVEN TO VISIT THE AMAZING WATERFALLS IN BALI.

 

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

RAIN ALMOST EVERYDAY AND EVEN MORE IN DECEMBER.

BUT FOR CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR, TOURIST STILL VISIT BALI. HOTELS AND RESORT WILL BE SO BUSY.

 

Using this guide, you can decide what kind of vacation you want and when to go.

If you are a party person, don't worry. Bali hosts parties every day and all year round!

Still confused? Talk to us!

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BALI WASTE MANAGEMENT

23 January 2023

 

Plastic waste is a huge problem that affects our health and the environment. We can reduce our impact by using reusable items and composting at home.
Here are numbers you can contact for waste management:
@zerowastebali
@theplasticxchange
@balibuda
@ecobalirecycle
@jiwagarden
@joseph_recycling
Let's look after our Bali together.
#baliwastemanagement #reducerecycling #baliwaste #managementwaste #collectgarbage #zerowaste

 #ecobali #balizeromagazine

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10 BEST NEW YEARS'S EVE IN BALI

28 December 2022

Get together with friends and family for a Christmas celebration filled with good food and laughter.

Here are our recommendations for where to eat for Christmas dinner in Bali. Make sure you book your table immediately after checking out your favorite menu and drinks.

Be sure to bring a smile with you.

Merry Christmas, folks!

#christmasbali #dinnerchristmasbali #restaurantbali #balifood #balichristmasdinner #cafeinbali

 

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DO NOT MISS IN BALI: GIANYAR AREA

06 December 2022

SURF SPOT AT KERAMAS BEACH Surfers frequent this serene shoreline known for its black sand, ample waves & scenic views.

SHOPPING IN SUKAWATI ART MARKET This market is perfect for getting your fix of traditional Balinese art and handmade goods.

HIDDEN CANYON BEJI GUWANG Get your foot and sense of adventure ready! The hidden canyon is best suited to those who love climbing and jumping with the best view.

TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL Enjoy the spectacular view of waterfalls over black stone cliffs, surrounded by blooming trees.

HAVE YOU EVER VISITED GIANYAR? Write below in the IG comments other experience you would like to share withe our community

#explorebali #exploregianyar #balilivin #bali #balievents #balitravelguide #thebaliguideline #gianyarbali

 #balisurf #balizeromagazine

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DO NOT MISS IN BALI: DISCOVERING MUNDUK

14 November 2022

Munduk is truly Bali’s best-kept secret.

This area of Bali are filled with lush jungle, an array of flowing waterfalls, and rice fields. Here are some of the best things you can’t miss while planning your trip to Munduk:

BANYUMALA TWIN WATERFALL

North Bali is the king of waterfalls with at least 10 incredible waterfalls to visit that we know of, as well as the beautiful Banyuwala Twin Waterfall.

MUNDUK WATER TEMPLE

Ulun Danu Bratan, a temple built in Tamblingan Lake is arguably one of the most stunning temples of Bali you have to visit. Plan a visit in the early morning for the best experience.

MUNDUK SWING VIEWPOINTS

A mountain range which is the start of the Munduk region offers quite an impressive view of two connecting lakes named the Twin Lake. Many viewpoints like bridges, swings, and cafes offer their panoramic view.

HANDARA GATE BALI

The main road that takes you up to Munduk passes an impressive looking gate. A picture with the gate and the impressive mountain backdrop is worth the stop.

BEST INFINITY POOL IN MUNDUK

Stay in Munduk Moding Plantation, a hotel in the heart of a working coffee plantation offering a panoramic infinity pool view over the rolling hills of Bali.

SUNRISE ON MOUNT BATUR

Rise and shine early to hike up to 1700-meter and watch the sunrise from the active Batur Volcano. This is definitely something you do not want to miss.

TREKKING IN MUNDUK

Munduk is one of the best places to go trekking in Bali, Not only will you come across dense, uninhabited jungle that has not been spoiled by tourism, you'll also find a multitude of waterfalls, lakes, and plantations.


Have any other things to do or places to visit in Munduk?
Share with us and the community down below!

#munduk #mundukbali #bali #baliindonesia #balivisa #visaforbali #visitbali

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DO NOT MISS IN BALI: ULUWATU AREA

28 September 2022

There's plenty of awesome things to do in Uluwatu ara and across The Bukit, from cultural trips to one of Bali’s most spectacular temples, to watching the sunsets.

We just listed some of our favourite, but you're most than welcome to add in the comments what are yours or tag us in your stories and posts; we will select them and repost in our feed.

-CAVE AT PANTAI TEGAL WANGI
Be careful in high tide, but this place worth a photo during sunset;

-RESTAURANTS IN BINGIN AREA
Bingin area is expanding. There are many choices for restaurants and shops. Don't miss: Drifter, Alchemy, Nourish, Fren'cha and many others;

-SEAFOOD BARBECUE IN BINGIN BEACH
Bingin beach is a beautiful white-sandy strip which lays at the bottom of the Bingin cliffs. It is surrounded by a multitude ofsurfer cafes, beach huts and shady “warung” that offer food, drinks and shelter from the sun;

-VISIT GWK CULTURAL PARK GWK
Cultural Park is a huge park used for music events, exhibitions and conferences. In September 2018, a 121-meters tall bronze statue of Lord Vishnu was revealed inside the park.

To get Uluwatu area follow the map for Bingin Beach: https://maps.app.goo.gl/rqjrxMrebius2pmTA?g_st=ic

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DO NOT MISS IN BALI: OGOH-OGOH PARADE

23 September 2022

Those demoniac statues are built for the Ngrupuk, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali, Indonesia.
Ogoh-ogoh normally take the form of mythological beings, mostly demons. As with many creative endeavours based on Balinese Hinduism, the creation of Ogoh-ogoh represents spiritual aims inspired by Hindu philosophy.

The purpose of the ogoh-ogoh statues are to clear and purify the streets of evil and negative forces; said to accumulate at main crossroads of villages.
This was done in a folk-based ritual called Ngerupuk (a kind of exorcism), which previously only involved noise and torches.

Don’t miss next Ogho Ogho event the night before next Nyepi, the Balinese new year (22nd of March 2023).

You can find parades in many districts of the island starting from the sunset time untill late in the main streets. The pictures here where taken between Jimbaran and Kuta districts. To get the place follow the map here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/yNoZLgzfgwdibCms6?g_st=ic

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 #galungan #silentday #gianyar #ogohogohdenpasar #nyepipackage #balineseculture #baliindonesia 

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RESTAURANT TO TRY: LOKANTA BISTRO, BERAWA

07 September 2022

If you are thinking about good and healthy food our advice is to try @lokanta_bistro in Berawa.

You will be struck by the elegant atmosphere and the simplicity and great variety of dishes on offer.
The Mediterranean cuisine will make you feel at home and you can enjoy a really huge buffet of Middle Eastern scents and colors dishes.
The Turkish owners know how to get you in the right place, the architecture of the restaurant will impress you with elegance and design while keeping the traditional Balinese style alive.

The buffet service provides that you can pick anything out from the buffet and fill it to a very large full plate with only 155k (10 USD).

If you are in Bali or are about to go there soon our recommendation to try this place, to reach it follow the directions on google map: Jl. Pantai Berawa No.99, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia.

#restaurants #balifood #foodadvise #foodlover #lokanta #turkishfood #balilife  #restaurant #lokantabali #canggu 

#berawacanggu #shisha #cocktails #mediterraneancuisine #turkishfood #mediterraneanfood #cafeinbali 

#restaurantinbali #canggulife #breakfastincanggu #alldaybreakfast #balifoodies #balifood #baliculinary

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DO NOT MISS IN BALI: THE BARONG DANCE

06 September 2022

The barong and keris dances are traditional Balinese dances that depict the battle between Barong as a good character and Rangda as an evil character, which is often shown to tourists as one of the cultural attractions that always amazes us.

As for the location of the barong dance performances, most of them are located in Batubulan Village, Gianyar Bali. It is very easy to find because it is located on the main road to Ubud village.

One of the famous and popular barong and keris performances is Sahadewa Barong & Kecak Fire Dance which is located on Jl. Puseh Temple, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80582. You can use google map to get to this place, if from Kuta it will take about 60 minutes drive and if from Ubud about 30 minutes drive.
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