Hare Krishna (International Society for Krishna Consciousness / Sampradaya Kesadaran Krishna Indonesia). Jl. Tukad Balian 108X, Denpasar. More information: iskcon.or.id.
Hashing is very good exercise, great fun and probably the best way of seeing the real Bali. We go to a different location for each run, we start at 4:30pm and there is a choice of a one hour run or a one hour walk. Several clubs run regularly on Saturday, Monday and Thursday each week and guests are very welcome. For details go to websites at www.balihash2.com (Saturday runs) and www.bali-hash.com (Monday and Thursday runs). Both clubs can also be found on Facebook.
Yayasan IDEP is Bali based NGO that is committed to developing self-sustainability and directly empowering local communities to improve their own situations. We believe that through local empowerment permanent results can be achieved. Our programs include:
- Introducing innovative approaches to environmental education into local schools
- Developing models for community based income generation programs
- Constructing demonstrations of sustainable agriculture and appropriate technology
- Developing environmental awareness media campaigns
Free Classes every Monday and Tuesday from 7 pm to 8 pm for learning Hindi language. All are welcome to join. Classes for Sanskrit, Ayurveda and Yoga as well. To register/further enquiries, contact Mutiara 0361-241 978 or 0819 3867 9999.
We invite all stamp collectors and coin & bank note collectors to join Monthly Philately & Numismatic Bourse. At Denpasar Post Office every month at second week on Sunday start 9.30 am. The activities are bourse, auction and some times philatelist coaching and mini exhibition. Contact Mr. Ngurah Surya 081 755 4032 or email : email@example.com.
IHF is a grassroots, all volunteer organization, with no central office. In Indonesia, we have four education centers in Bali (Kampung Buitan Desa Manggis), Jakarta, Medan and Banda Aceh. All Indonesia centers hold English, Math and Computer classes for disadvantaged children aged 6-17, to supplement the limited Indonesian public education system. We also have children’s homes in Thailand and Kenya which provide basic needs such as a home, food, and access to education. Website: www.ihfonline.org.