April 11, 2011

In Bali, There’s Profit from Soul-Searching

Being a Hindu yogi once meant renouncing worldly pleasures for a life of solitary meditation and wandering the jungle in – Read More...
March 21, 2011

Indonesia’s Luxury Kopi Luwak Brews Global Demand

  The country’s self-proclaimed “King of Luwak” is having a hard time keeping up with demand around the world for – Read More...
March 14, 2011

Tourists Flock to Ubud’s Eat, Pray, Love Sage

Providence smiled on Balinese seer Ketut Liyer the day American tourist Elizabeth Gilbert came to visit – her memoir, Eat, – Read More...
March 7, 2011

For Country Club Chrysalis, a Dazzling Metamorphosis

The ambitious property established by a Bali expatriate who was soon after claimed by brain cancer has overcome near bankruptcy – Read More...
February 21, 2011

Out of Ashes of Disaster, Tourism Rises

  Javanese villagers who survived the violent eruptions of Mt Merapi last year are tapping into the macabre market for – Read More...
December 13, 2010

Indonesian Lives with a French Twist

Around 7,000 Indonesians currently live in the French territory of New Caledonia in the southwest Pacific as a result of – Read More...
November 22, 2010

Master of His Craft Presents a Photographic Homage to Bali

     The spirit of Bali is celebrated in a new exhibition of evocative photographs soon to go on show – Read More...
November 8, 2010

Animal Lovers Bandy Together to Save Merapi Wildlife

The Bali Times looks at frantic efforts to care for animals affected by Mt Merapi’s deadly activity Three animal-welfare groups – Read More...
September 20, 2010

A Coup d’État for Bali’s Nascent Restaurant Sector

Arthur Chondros created a vision in Bali of an upscale entertainment and dining venue on the beach at Seminyak that – Read More...
September 13, 2010

It’s the Write Stuff, Say Ubudians of Scribes’ Fiesta

By Novar Caine The Bali Times The annual writers’ festival in Bali’s cultural heartland is an added windfall to the – Read More...
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