Bali Eats

Massimo has always been different. When his menu says ‘home made’ they really mean it. ‘Home made’ has always appeared to me to be very overused words in Bali whenever describing the pasta of the house or the gelato, they never tell you in whose home it wa actually made? At Massimo’s on Jln Tamblingan, […]

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Bali Eats

Tulen is different. Many restaurants in Bali offer ‘Balinese’ cuisine. More often than not they are general Indonesian dishes rather than Balinese. Not at Tulen where classic local dishes are served in the most relaxing of surroundings, The seating is mostly along a covered terrace within landscaped gardens. This hidden jewel up in Junjunkan on […]

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Local News

Indonesian Plans To Provide 5 Year Visa To Work and Stay In Bali Once international travel restarts, Indonesia plans to provide incentives to international visitors wishing to stay long term by offering them a five-year visa. Indonesian Tourism Minister Sandiaga Salahudin Uno made the announcement on Monday (8/2). “The concept is a long term stay, […]

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Local News

Tourism Minister Plans Drive-Thru Vaccination Services In Bali Indonesian Tourism Minister, Sandiaga Uno reviewed potential locations as drive-thru facilities for COVID-19 vaccination in Bali.  Sandiaga said that the in-vehicle process is a concrete form of innovation and has been tried in the United States. “We’ve discussed the details of this program, and I hope we […]

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Rotary in The Time of Covid-19

By definition, a friend is a person who has a strong liking and trust in another person with whom common interests are shared. In an increasingly complex world, Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset [RCBUS] provides its members with one of the most basic human needs: the need for friendship. The Covid-19 pandemic has not lessened […]

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Survey Party – BYOB

As the Bali Advertiser is now fully online, readership is world wide. For those of you in Singapore, you can take this opportunity to see the work of Bali-based American artist Ashley Bickerton. He runs a wild creative commentary on the various issues confronting him in Bali and in his adventures in the art world […]

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Wet Walls, Chimpanzees and Poaching Eggs

Wet and damp walls are a perennial problem in many parts of the world. Waterproofing is a specialist skill and can be surprisingly difficult, even the most competent contractors will be doomed to failure if they don’t know what they are doing. By following some basic principles and using initiative combined with sophisticated materials walls […]

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When Investing Becomes a Casino

2020 was a tragic year for those who fell victim to Covid-19. Hundreds of thousands globally lost their lives while millions more lost their livelihoods. Few parts of the world escaped its grip; Bali has been among the worst affected and the misery is not yet over. Yet some have benefitted. Industries and businesses that […]

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