Meet: Holly Originally from: Byron Bay, Australia Arrived in Bali: 2010 Home in Bail is: Umalas What made you move to Bali? My husband and I were regular travellers to Bali, so it has always been a special place for us. In 2010 while on a holiday, I was offered employment by a former
Back in 2017 we interviewed the Brown family who had already been in Bali for five years and were running a popular pub in Legian. Now fast forward three more years and they sold the pub to build a new exciting business from scratch. You originally
Meet: Silvija Rumiha Originally from: Melbourne, Australia Arrived in Bali: 2011 Home in Bail is: Kerobokan What made you move to Bali? We were wanting to leave London after living in England for over 10 years. My partner got offered a job and we thought it would be a
Family: Cara, Greg, daughter Safia age 14, daughter Eloise age 9 Originally from: Melbourne, Australia Arrived in Bali: 2015 Home in Bali: Ubud for 3 years, Pererenan 2 years What made you move to Bali? Greg and I travelled and lived overseas in our 20’s. Then we had children in
Meet: Caitlin, Andy, Wes and Elodie Originally from: Berkeley, California Arrived in Bali: July 2019 Home in Bail is: Ubud What made you move to Bali? I went through breast cancer treatment in 2017. For me, this presented a unique opportunity to reassess how I wanted to live my life.
Meet: Natasha and Justyn Originally from: UK Arrived in Bali: January 2017 Home in Bail: Sanur What made you move to Bali? After seven years living in the quaint English countryside we found that life and our jobs were becoming very repetitive and predictable. We decided to bite the bullet and
Profile: Natasha, John, Freddy, James and CheckieOriginally from: Sydney, AustraliaArrived in Bali: August 2014Home in Bali: Pererenan What made you move to Bali? We were looking for a new adventure and a friend told us how great the Green School would be for our kids. John and I had been to Bali
Many families want to move to Bali but are hesitant if they should bring their very young children. Hygiene, safety, transport and health care are at the top of the list of concerns. So many of my expat friends arrived in Bali with 6 month old babies