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hi guys, im yudha permana from Denpasar - Bali. im here for share my blog for all of you. and im work at Bali Mechanic Media special for Web Design and another design. for more info visit our website at http://www.balimechanicmedia.co.id or http://www.balimechanicweb.net
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We will bring you into other side of Bali which are nature and Original by bicycle. Do something.. different during your holiday and lets learn more about Bali.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Cow Beauty Contest
    on Oct 26, 2015 in About Bali
    Unique Cultural Attractions, Loved by Foreign Travelers   Sampi gerumbungan or cow beauty contest tradition remains to become a favorite attraction for travelers. Every holding this event, the audience is always huddle. Other than local people,...
  • The Best Snorkeling places in Bali
    on Oct 19, 2015 in About Bali
    Thinking of Bali conjures up images of friendly people, palm trees and postcard-perfect beaches lined with turquoise waters. The small island has long been a hot spot for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy soaking up the sun, surfing, diving and snorkelin...
  • Atuh Beach
    on Oct 18, 2015 in About Bali
    Atuh Beach is tranquilly situated at beautiful bay with natural white sand, while in the left side lies the Juntil Cape and on the right (south) stands the Labuan Ampuak. Then, in the east occur the magnificent Gili Batu Melawang, Gili Batu Pedasan,...
  • Lovina Festival 2015
    on Oct 10, 2015 in About Bali
    Buleleng Mekorot Festival (BMF), part of Lovina Festival 2015 was attended by hundreds of participants. A number of the participants were foreign visitors on vacation in Lovina taking part in Sail Indonesia 2015 and who also tried their hand at flyin...
  • A Ban on Reclamation?
    on Oct 6, 2015 in About Bali
    Maritime Affairs Minister Announces Plans for a Moratorium on Reclamation of Seashores Nationwide.   The Indonesian Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti has announced plans to declare a nation-wide moratorium of beach recl...
  • Mysteries of Trunyan Village
    on Oct 3, 2015 in About Bali
    The village of Trunyan is squeezed tightly between the lake and the outer crater rim of Batur, an almighty volcano in Kintamani. This is a Bali Aga village, inhabited by descendants of the original Balinese, the people who predate the arrival of the...
  • Diving in Lembongan island
    on Sep 30, 2015 in About Bali
    Lying across the Badung Strait from Sanur is Bali’s premiere scuba diving destination – the clear waters of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida islands. With its adjacent deep water trenches, the main attraction of diving at Lembongan Island i...
  • Adolescence Ritual Tradition, a Symbol of Community Self-purification
    on Sep 25, 2015 in About Bali
    RESIDENT of Satra customary village, Kintamani subdistrict, Bangli, has a tradition being able to draw the attention of general public. The tradition is better known as menek taruna for men and menek bajang for women or adolescence. In the procession...
  • Parading Bade Tower through the Sea
    on Sep 21, 2015 in About Bali
    Ngaben or cremation ritual held by the Padangbai customary village on Friday (Sep. 4) seems to become a rare spectacle because it was not carried out as the usual one. Implementation of the cremation ceremony by the family of public figure, Made Sury...
  • Sebatu and Tampaksiring, Serve as Agro Tourism Center in Gianyar
    on Sep 16, 2015 in About Bali
    Do you still remember with Sebatu village? The village located in Ubud subdistrict, Gianyar, is not only famous as a destination of spiritual tourism, but also interesting for having a promenade. Aside from being cool, the village with positive aura...
  • Unique temple has car-shaped shrine
    on Sep 10, 2015 in About Bali
    Paluang Temple in Nusa Penida, Klungkung, has a unique feature. Two of the shrines in the temple are shaped like cars, one a VW Beetle, the other a JEEP.   Paluang Temple’s priest, Jro Mangku Sutawan, said that he does not know the exact hist...
  • Regent Cup Buffalo Race, unique tradition always pleases
    on Sep 5, 2015 in About Bali
    Makepung or the buffalo race -a unique tradition in Jembrana, is always interesting to watch. Virtually every week the community of Jembrana witnesses the race, and yet they never get bored of it. People from outside the region even from other countr...
  • Purity in the heart of Bali: Love, Peace, and Dance
    on Aug 24, 2015 in About Bali
     In the purity of the tradition and in the heart of Bali, was destined to be born Ida-Resi, a Balinese High Priestess, a woman who came to bring change and remind the land and its people of the energies that flow through the land. She came from a tr...
  • Guideliness in Tanah Lot Temple
    on Aug 19, 2015 in About Bali
    People in Tanah Lot area are very open to sharing their unique cultural heritage and the spiritual wisdom they have nurtured over centuries. Visitors to Tanah Lot will be warmly welcomed to most temples and ceremonies. There are, however, certain cod...
  • Nyepi, a Winding Path to Find God
    on Aug 15, 2015 in About Bali
    Celebration of Nyepi or Day of Silence in the Caka New Year 1937 falling on March 21, 2015 really becomes very special to Hindus in Bali. It is not the excitement on the ogoh-ogoh (papier mâché demon) parade at the Pengerupukan night, but on the sp...
  • Mystery of Four Entrances at Mount Raung Temple
    on Aug 13, 2015 in About Bali
    The existence of Mount Raung Temple at Taro village is inseparable from Dang Hyang Markandeya, an ancient sage coming to Bali from Mount Raung Ashram, East Java. In his pilgrimage to Bali, he founded Basukian Temple as the earliest temple at Besakih.
  • Ngerebong, a stabbing tradition at Kesiman Customary Village
    on Aug 8, 2015 in About Bali
    Ngerebong has become a tradition for the Kesiman customary village, Denpasar. A unique ritual called ngurek (stabbing kris dagger in the chest) is performed on the piodalan or anniversary of the Pangerebongan Temple falling every 210 days on Redite P...
  • Mangrove of Nusa Penida attracts travelers
    on Aug 3, 2015 in About Bali
    The area of Nusa Penida still offers many tempting attractions other than being well known for its underwater attraction and spiritual tourism. In fact, the mangrove forest stretching from Jungutbatu village to Lembongan village in Nusa Penida is in...
  • Enjoy Bali by Surfing in Batu Bolong Beach
    on Jul 31, 2015 in About Bali
    Almost similar with Echo Beach, Batu Bolong Beach that located in Canggu Village, Kerobokan District, Badung or about 200 meters adjacent to Echo Beach presents a big and dazzling waves for surfing. The magnificent sunset also support this beach beco...
  • Traveling While Getting Treatment at Belulang Hot Spring
    on Jul 29, 2015 in About Bali
    Do you know where the Belulang Hot Spring is? Lately, the hot spring located at Belulang hamlet, Mengesta village, Penebel subdistrict, Tabanan, or approximately 40 km northwest of the city of Denpasar is frequently visited by community. Indeed, many...