Author: Shore Amora

POST- PANDEMIC BEST PLACES TO TRAVEL

As the world starts to open up after a few months’ lock down, a lot of people are wondering about the new normal system when actually we have to accept that there is no “new normal” travel. Based on the World Healthy Organization (WHO) the virus may not go away. There will be no 100% sure thing about safe travel. We just need to accept that and choose the travel places with the lowest risk for you and your family.

All things about buying SIM Card in Bali

Both locals and travelers need SIM cards to operate the phone while when you are from an international country and planning to stay for a long time, you will need the local SIM Cards to keep down the cost and no need to spend the roaming rates. There are four main providers in Indonesia: Telkomsel, IM3 Ooredoo, 3 (Tri), and XL Axiata. Every provider shows different packages and rates.

#SMARTHACK Currency Exchange in Bali

For the first-timer tourist that comes to Bali, knowing a good, safe, and legal money changer is one of the things to be looking for. Since all transactions in Bali are mostly using Indonesian currency which is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) you should prepare your Rupiah before heading to Bali.

The Rupiah will be very confusing since we got 1,000 – 2,000 – 5,000 – 10,000 – 20,000 – 50,000 and 100,000 rupiah and also coins are available. Despite all the money,

Smart Tips To Explore Canggu

Canggu is a common area for tourists. You can explore from one beach to another by walking or through the shortcut road. Canggu is known for its rice paddies and the beaches for surfers. So far so good, Canggu is safe but we need to aware for the dark side of humanity and potential dangers however if you are going to walk around at night, it’s better if you have someone to accompany you but still,  we must stay focused and don’t lose control by observing the surroundings and our appearances to prevent unwanted situations. Here are the smart safety tips that might help travelers while in Canggu.

Do and Don’t When You Travel to Bali

Everyone will be so excited after planning a trip. Who would have thought that not all will be excited as we are, especially for the first timer person going for  holiday will be a little bit nervous and anxious. People certainly will find out information about Bali, what should be prepared from clothes, medicines, or places to go. Everyone wants an unforgettable and memorable vacation so here we give you tips for do’s and don’ts when you

Coronavirus Update from Parisuda Mangun, CEO at Manguning Hotels

First and foremost, Manguning Hotels would like to say that our thoughts are with all of you as we all continue to deal with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  We are closely monitoring developments concerning the coronavirus pandemic, and is taking all necessary steps to ensure the wellbeing of employees and to prevent any potential business impact.  We’ve watched the rising numbers of those infected by the virus with concern and wish a swift and full recovery for those who are ill. We applaud the worldwide efforts to prevent further infections and tragic deaths.

5 Incredibles Reason to Choose Canggu

Canggu is a fast-growing area in Bali pronounced as “chang-goo” this hype little town located between Seminyak and Tanah Lot areas. Famous as a surf village and sandy beaches, Canggu also offers the best party experience. Finding a “Bintang” and cocktails is not a big problem in these areas. Many businesses grow up so quickly in this area, from a cafe, restaurant until warung ( Family small restaurant with home-cooked food and cheap price ). We can say, Canggu is fit for everyone.

So, What’s so great about Canggu?

FACTS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT COVID-19!

Since January 2020, unknown disease outbreak news has been replaced with daily situation reports.  All resolutions have changed to become the 2020 survival plan where the world facing a new type of virus spreading around the countries known as COVID-19 comes from CoronaVirus. So many cases growing up each day however, the recovery from every country also increases. World Health Organization (WHO) has established Coronavirus as a global pandemic after it has infected more than 118.000 and spreading around 114 countries