Our Staff in Bali Talk About Life in Bali


Here, the spirit of fashion knows no bounds, and the air is charged with an intoxicating lack of internal judgment. Venturing across this island paradise is a riveting journey, where natural gems lie within arm’s reach. From the alluring expanse of numerous beaches adorned with ivory sand kissed by turquoise waves, to hidden waterfalls nestled in untouched corners, Bali unfolds as a breathtaking mosaic of natural wonders.

The Balinese commitment to preserving their rich cultural tapestry through vibrant religious ceremonies is everywhere. Intricate architectural wonders in traditional homes and temples sets this island apart, making it an unparalleled gem in the Indonesian archipelago. Welcome to Bali, where the allure of liberty, natural beauty, and cultural richness intertwine, creating an unforgettable chapter in every explorer’s tale.

  • Erik, Vibe Manager


Bali is like a dream come true for me. People here are really friendly and always ready to share a smile. The food in Bali is amazing too! There are tasty local dishes with flavors that are new and exciting. Plus, there are cool traditions and ceremonies that show how much people care about their culture. And Bali is accepting. As a gay guy, it’s been really helpful for me to feel more comfortable with who I am. In Bali, I can hang out with the community, whether it’s at a gay bar or just chilling with others watching the sunset on the beach. Bali is more than just a place; it’s a feeling of warmth and happiness that stays with you.

  • Adam, Captain of Sales


Bali, for me, is serenity. Bali has a way of making everyone feel like home. It feels like stepping into a dream – vibrant, alive, and utterly enchanting. The friendly locals, the lush landscapes, the stunning beaches, and the spiritual vibe. This place has a way of capturing hearts. It’s an island where you can lose yourself and at the same time infuse joy into every moment. It’s more than a destination. Bali is for me, a feeling of utter bliss that stays.

  • Suki, Media Maestra


My experiences in Bali, with its rich culture, spiritual depth, and the principle of Tri Hita Karana, seem to have played a significant role in my journey towards another self-discovery and understanding happiness on a more profound level. Tri Hita Karana, which translates to “three causes of well-being” is a Balinese philosophical concept that emphasizes the importance of maintaining harmonious relationships. This principle reflects a holistic approach to life that is deeply ingrained in Balinese culture and spirituality. It encourages a balance that can lead to a more fulfilling existence. This strikes a chord with me!

Finding happiness in the simple pleasures of life, such as the freedom of scootering around isolated areas in Bali or dancing in a bar with friends, highlights the importance of experiences and connections over material possessions. It’s a reminder that happiness often comes from moments of genuine connection with ourselves, others, and the world around us. Embracing different perspectives and cultures can lead to a deeper understanding of what makes us truly happy and how we relate to the world. 

– Ron, Happiness Engineer


Bali attracts me to come back over and over. The island never ceases to surprise me. The people are sweethearts, and the love I have towards human beings, nature, and my own body all grow so much here. As a normal human being, things can be up and down, but I know well that crying in Bali is better than on anywhere else. I mean, have you ever sat on the beach, feeling sad while sipping your gin and tonic over the sunset? I end up forgetting why I was sad in the first place. I’m so glad I live in this magical island!

– Jacob, Designer of Dreams



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