Work in Bali

Many people are eager to settle in Bali, whether for a short or long term. Here are some tips that will help you find an internship or job on the island. The two main sectors of activity in Bali are tourism and agriculture. The professional opportunities available to foreigners are mainly provided by humanitarian associations […]
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Best surf spots in Bali

The island of Bali is full of many surf spots, popular with beginners or experienced sportsmen. It is rather advisable to surf on the west coast of Bali during the dry season, between May and October. The rest of the year the east coast of Bali is then preferred because it benefits from an offshore […]
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Ulun Danu Bratan

The temple of Ulun Danu Bratan is located on the shores of Bratan Lake, south of the island. It is considered one of the most beautiful temples in Bali. He is dedicated to the goddess of water, Dewi Danu. The temple was built in 1633. It consists of several sanctuaries spread over several islands. The […]
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Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple is located east of Bali, just opposite the Agung volcano. It is one of nine directional temples on the island. It offers a splendid view of the volcano, and remains relatively uncrowded by tourists, especially because of its distance from the tourist areas. Lempuyang culmune at about 1,200 meters high. It is composed […]
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FIFA World Cup in Bali

From June 14 to July 15, 2018 is the FIFA World Cup. This international event, the most followed in the world, takes place this year in Russia. Many bars, beach clubs or restaurants in Bali broadcast all the matches of the competition. You will meet fans of all nationalities, but especially French, Australian, English and […]
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Ramadan in Bali

The month of Ramadan, considered the most sacred of the year by Muslims, has just ended. Indonesia is the country with the largest Muslim population in the world. The “month of fasting” (or bulan puasa) is therefore one of the most important religious events in the country.   Bali is an island where Hindu culture […]
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Understand and be understood

Although most Balineses speak perfect English, it is harder to understand and understand when you leave the tourist areas.   As a general rule, each island in the Indonesian archipelago has its own language, but the official language known to all is “Bahasa Indonesia”.   Unlike many Asian dialects, Indonesian uses the Latin alphabet, and […]
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My last day in Bali Je T’aime

Today it is my last day in Bali Je T’aime office. I’m very sad to leave this beautiful island, Bali is a little paradise on earth, I was very lucky to live here for 5 months.  I was very well received by Bali Je T’aime when I arrived in January. I cannot believe I am […]
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Around Bali

In Indonesia, Bali island is particularly appreciated by tourists, but there’re many others islands to discover. At the west of Bali, you will find Java island, weel-known for its volcanos channel. There are two volcanos very famous, Mount Bromo which is still active and culminates 2330 meters. It’s situated at the east of the island […]
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Amed, a little paradise

Amed, a small fishermen town at 60 kilometers from Denpasar. Roads to go there are absolutely amazing, you cross the ricefields endlessly, the huge volcano Agung is reallly close, it’s a real show, you want to stop all the time to admire each point of view. When you arrive in this little city with the […]
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