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The Island of the Gods

Bali, one of the most iconic destinations of the century, and home to some of the most hospitable people on the planet.

Mist over rice terrace

Due to high levels of humidity, rice terraces sometimes form mist at dawn, as the first rays of sunlight hit the tops of trees.

Pertiwi Bisma Ubud

Enjoying the infinity pool, but always keeping a watch out for monkeys.

Tegallalang Rice Terrace

Tegallalang is probably the most known rice terrace in Ubud – Central Bali. 


Sekumpul waterfall is one of the least visited waterfalls in Bali, due to it’s difficult access, and it’s location in the north of the island.

Tegallalang Rice terrace

Aerial view of some of the houses in the rice fields.

Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul isn’t made of only one, but seven waterfalls all converging into the same valley. It’s no matter why it’s named “Air Sekumpul”, meaning “Gathering Water” in Indonesian.