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Bali: All you need to know for your first trip

Bali: All you need to know for your first trip

Bali - an enchanting island is a true natural beauty with lush landscapes of rice terraces, rainforests and ancient temples. There is so much to explore in Bali and it's surrounding that one trip may not be enough to discover all its gems or visit all of its hidden temples.  These Field trip notes are all about what you need to know for your first trip, and accordingly plan where to stay or what to visit.

*This Field Notes were written before Lombok earthquake that has damaged Gili Islands too. Therefore make sure you have checked if islands are opened or safe for tourists.

 

Field Notes from Jimbaran

Field Notes from Jimbaran
Jimbaran! Region packed with resorts and high-end hotels and villas. We stayed in one of the often featured resorts (see bellow) and it was pleasa...

Field Notes from Ubud, Bali

Field Notes from Ubud, Bali
Ubud! Cultural capital of Bali and our families favorite place (before we discovered Canggu, now we are in dilemma). So many things to do or see h...

Field Notes from Canggu and Seminyak

Field Notes from Canggu and Seminyak

hen you would think it is difficult to ravish and charm us, Canggu did it so effortlessly that it felt like (at least for me) I just want to live here for some time

Bali's hip place that will draw you in with it's village vibe, amazing food, cool beach bars, unexpectedly good night life, really cool surfing spots, fabulous shops, and much more. You would never think one small place like Canggu can offer all of this, right? But it does, and even can exceed your expectations. 

Field Notes from Hanoi and Ha Long Bay

Field Notes from Hanoi and Ha Long Bay

Hanoi - destination that is becoming a hotbed for contemporary art. We fell in love with its gallery-lined streets, art deco interiors, and cultural vibrancy that is quite unique and will not remind you of any other. Shall we mention one of the most tasty cuisines in the World? Or best ice coffees (ice kopi) you will have on every corner of the city.

We rounded up for you a few of our family’s favorite spots/tips from our time in this bustling city, full of culture and history, with so much to see and do.

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