Bali offers great business, investment opportunities

Bali offers great business, investment opportunities

by Rita A. Widiadana | Bali Daily / Nusa Dua on 2014-04-17

Bali has tremendous business and investment opportunities that have yet to be explored, especially in areas other than the opulent Badung and Denpasar areas, US Ambassador to Indonesia Robert O. Blake Jr. said.

‘Wayang for Students’ to  preserve traditional puppetry

‘Wayang for Students’ to preserve traditional puppetry

by | Bali Daily / Ubud on 2014-04-17

Students in Bali were given a rare opportunity to watch various unique wayang (traditional Indonesian puppetry) performances during the three-day program “Wayang for Students” initiated by PT Bank Central Asia (BCA).

World’s Hindu experts share knowledge for Hindu-based education

Hindu experts and leaders from several countries have been gathered in Bali since Wednesday, sharing their knowledge of Hindu-based education for Hindus all around the world.

CIA spy betrayed by her government, Valerie Plame in Bali

Meeting a real life spy is a rare treat, meeting a spy who was outed by her own government and went on to write her memoirs and have these made unto a film starring Naomi Watts, even rarer.

I Love Bali: The governor and the menace of plastic

Last year before the elections, Bali’s governor, Made Mangku Pastika, made the surprise promise of a plastic free Bali by 2015.

UNIQUE opens at RIMBA Jimbaran

The creators of the award-winning Rock Bar last week opened a rooftop bar and restaurant at RIMBA Jimbaran Bali, with dramatic 360 degree views of the Uluwatu Hills to the southeast and sunset over the Indian Ocean to the west.

Dozens of smuggled dogs euthanized

The Bali Agricultural Quarantine Agency at Gilimanuk Port in Jembrana regency on Tuesday euthanized dozens of dogs after confiscating them from a bus passenger, who had tried to smuggle them onto the island from Java on Friday.

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