Canggu News

Putting Green Waste To Good Use Ever wondered where those food scraps from your kitchen end up? In an effort to reduce the amount of waste that finds its way to the Suwung land fill, local company Urban Biologist Bali is offering their new composting service for Canggu! A passionate group of people providing practical […]

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Bali For Kids

The Cush Cush Gallery continues to expand their workshops and classes for kids. In July and August, they will offer bookbinding, shadow puppet making and Balinese dance classes for kids. Basic Book Binding, Japanese style, is offered on Saturday, 20 July. Make your own handmade sketchbook. The workshop uses Japanese bookbinding techniques and recycled items […]

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Rotaract Club of Bali Seminyak 2019 ‘Bike-A-Fund’

On Sunday, 23 June 2019 the members of the Rotaract Club of Bali Seminyak with the generous sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Bali Seminyak, had a very pleasant cycling tour organized by SOBEK Tours – Bali Adventure Professionals – in order to raise funds for the Club’s Elementary School’s L.I.G.H.T. program (Literacy, Go-Green and […]

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Local News

Bali’s Governor abandons national family planning model telling the Balinese to have at least four children In a bold departure from national population policy, Bali Governor Wayan Koster has issued instructions to Bali’s Regents and Mayors to immediately cease support and socialization of the National Family Planning Campaign of limiting Indonesian family size to just […]

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Italian, by an Italian!

Il Tempio is an Italian restaurant. There are many in Bali, in fact it is most probably Bali’s most popular foreign cuisine. Although surprisingly, not that many of them have an Italian in the kitchen, but this one does, Chef Dante Pagliani, who faithfully reproduces dishes from his homeland, some with a modern twist. The […]

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Ubud News

HERE BE DRAGONS! It was a young German university student’s decision to focus his academic thesis on images of the Komodo dragon that led this extraordinary photographer to base his life in Indonesia. Those interactions with the dragons and his subsequent pursuit of other wildlife across Indonesia have significantly shaped a successful career in environmental […]

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Wellbeing in Your Home

The focus on health and wellbeing in this issue of Bali Advertiser got me thinking. Our homes are a reflection of everything going on in our lives. We take care of the practicalities (place to sleep, tick; space to wash, yes), as well as the aesthetics (cool colour scheme, fab furniture). But what about environmental, […]

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