Our Blog & News

Visit Sanur Village Festival 2016

visit sanur village festival 2016Entering its 11th year, the spirit of togetherness and sense of belonging has made Sanur Village Festival (SVF) a communal activity that brings real benefits to the public and community surrounding this coastal village. The spirit of creativity, motivation and innovation unique to Sanur will be consistently developed to achieve social and cultural norms that bring welfare and peace.

Based on the ten year experience of Sanur community totality to express themselves through the festival themed “Tat Twam Asi” for the SVF XI held from 24-28 August 2016 is one of the ethics and moral teaching in Hindu, originating from Sanskrit, that means “I am you, You are me”.

The theme in this SVF summarizes the 10 previous festivals, with the theme “Tat Twam Asi” which is expected to develop empathy, solidarity and equality in conducting activities in a small scope (personal and family) as well as a larger social scope, as member of village, province or country.

Read More
Quarterly Electrical Rate Hikes Ahead?

The government is recommending a change in current policy that would allow automatic adjustments in electricity charges once every three months starting from January 2013.

The Bali-born Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Jero Wacik, is defending the change in policy to meet rising energy costs and reduce the cost of subsidies paid by the government to provide power supplies.

Read More
Going On Holiday? Make Sure You Do Some Cultural Research First

Reserach Culture FirstEscaping the monotony of daily life on a well-earned break is alluring to anyone. Whether you want to relax on a beach on an exotic island somewhere in the South Pacific, or you prefer the challenge of an adventure break in the Himalayas or one of Patagonia's famous national parks, there is nothing that stirs excitement and anticipation like the prospect of a holiday.

So therefore, you want to do everything in your power to make sure that you are aware of any events that may take place in your destination while you are there, how stable the region is politically and how tourists are viewed and subsequently treated by local residents and business owners. If there is an area of the town you should avoid, wouldn't you want to know about it before you go rather than learning the hard way? Exactly.

Read More