Bali is one of Indonesia’s most popular islands, with visitors flocking to visit the iconic temples, catch the legendary surf or dive the stunning reefs. But there’s more to Bali than you might expect… Emma Brisdion uncovers the secrets of the Island of a Thousand Temples. 96 more words
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By Claudia Ang
“It’s better to drink milo,” said one of the children I was speaking to suddenly. I looked at him, bemused and yet intrigued because he had a straight face on, while the other children giggled and their parents laughed in view of his innocence and curt honesty. 471 more words
Finding Beauty In Bespoke
We can all appreciate the beauty and fine craftsmanship of something that is superbly made. Being inspired by design and invigorated by the sensual contact of finely selected materials brings us closer to nature, the ultimate grand designer. 437 more words
After spending only four nights in Ubud, Bali; I have learnt a lot about the Balinese culture. From chatting to our Eat, Pay, Yoga group’s taxi drivers, cooking class teacher, cycle tour guide and people on the streets – I have learnt the following ten facts about Bali and their special culture. 525 more words
Want a Cup of Coffee made of Elephant Dung ? Not for Free!
You have to pay 1500 Thai Baht= $50!
- Black Ivory Coffee use Arabica coffee beans consumed by 20 elephants at the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation in Chiang Saen, northern Thailand and collected from their dung. 307 more words