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What to do in Ubud 🙏

Located in the uplands of Bali, Ubud has a completely different atmosphere compared to a fancy and busy area like Kuta or Seminyak. This part of the island has long been known as its cultural capital. In the center of the town, you’ll easily find vivid art galleries, remarkable museums, and lots of other attractive places. Moreover, if you go to the outskirts area, you’ll be amazed by nature has to offer in the Ubud outer area.

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Why East Java should be on your ride list

Java is one of the biggest islands in Indonesia. It is over 20 times larger than Bali and fairly easy to get around – it is just a 1-hour flight from Bali. The eastern part of Java Island also offers impressive things. You’ll be surprised to discover unspoiled panoramas in East Java - ancient temples, huge national parks, amazing waterfalls, and smoking volcanoes.

Find out why East Java is one of the best places for cycling adventures! 🚵

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Balinese Hindus Temple Etiquette

There are over 20,000 Hindu temples in Bali. Some of the major ones are open for the public, especially tourists. A visit to one of the thousands of temples is essential when visiting Bali as it will give you an insight into the authentic Balinese Hindus culture. Balinese are more than happy to welcome you to visit their temples, but you need to remember that temples are religious and sacred places. So, there are some rules you need to be aware of before visiting it.

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Balinese Hindus Public Ceremonies 🎆

The island of Gods, Bali, offers unforgettable ceremonies that show that Balinese honoring every aspect of their life. They celebrate their religion with offerings, dance, music, and colorful traditional clothing. To become the part of the ceremony – even if you’re only watching, will be one of the most unforgettable things you can do on this island.

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Mount Batur: An active volcano for worldwide’s adventure seekers

Indonesia has been known as part of the Pacific Ring of Fire – an area where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. There are 127 active volcanoes in Indonesia which are about 13% of the total world’s volcanoes! Some of them are located on the island of Gods, Bali: Agung, Batur, Beratan, and Merbuk.

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