Everything you ever wanted to know about Bali

inBali.org – launched two weeks ago – is helping to bring the world’s attention to Bali as an ever-growing hub of creativity and progressive living. Helmed by editor Samantha Chalker from Australia, the project is put together by an eccentric team of locals and expats working to show you everything you ever wanted to know, and helping break clichés about one of the most exciting parts of the world.


For domestic tourists, international travelers and residents alike, inBali.org makes unique travel experiences easier as well as whispers about untapped destinations. The site showcases the melting pot of people and culture that make the island home. inBali.org also offers copious amounts of advice to ensure a foolproof trip even for seasoned visitors. The investment section will also bring some clarity to the topic of Indonesian investment – rich opportunities abound.


In 1972 the Balinese government ratified a decision to make tourism a priority, and since then Bali has inspired millions of people a year. Bali is know for some as a luxury destination, for others as a place to escape to the beach and is quickly becoming at the forefront of international culture, music and arts. Between the Ubud Readers and Writer’s Festival, acts like MIA and Snoop Dog, and with resident artists like Ashley Bickerton and the home-base for numerous top fashion brands like Karen Walker and Religion, as well as undiscovered nooks in between, Bali is more than you imagine. And inBali.org is here to help.


With travel tips, guides, destinations, great stories, videos, travel investments and what’s hot, it’s all there. Articles like, “What’s happening in May,” “The top 5 cafes in Canggu: single-origin, surf and gypsy vibes” and “Eco-chic travel: environmentally responsible luxury villas and resorts”, it has all your travel fantasies covered.

inBali.org is ever on the hunt for people, places and ideas they should cover. So if you have any brainwaves or would like to join their team, then do get in touch with them.

Comments (4)

  1. Thank you for sharing the link! I’ve always wondered about Bali, since I’ve been to Indonesia and not to Bali. I was hoping to get more indepth info and this really helps!

  2. Bali is on my wishlist and this looks like an excellent resource for anyone planning a visit. I’ve had a good look around the site and it seems to cover a great range of subjects with loads of useful advice. Thanks for the tip off!

  3. Bali really is one of those ‘forgotten’ places in the world! With it being so close to Indonesia and for the most part that country receiving most of the media coverage and tourism, this sort of resource will certainly help bring this part of the world to the forefront and hopefully help it gain some much needed positive coverage.

  4. Adi says:

    Actually the whole country offers abundant attractions, and these days most of them are accessible directly from Bali. Lombok, the neighbouring island with a long string of virgin beaches is less than 30 minutes away by plane, Jogja, the heart of Javanese cultural tradition is only a bit over 1 hour flight away. The world’s capital of coral reef, Bunaken, can only be reached by a direct flight from Bali. Diving expeditions to remote sites like Raja Ampat, Komodo, and Bandanera also depart from Bali. Now Bali is more than just “a part of Indonesia” but also a hub to explore Indonesia.

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