Psst! Bali’s Secrets Revealed

In a new book, two BJT contributors who live on the Indonesian island report on what tourists don't know.

Even if you’ve been to Bali, it’s a good bet that you don’t know it as well as BJT contributors Mark Eveleigh and Narina Exelby, who make their home on this popular Indonesian island. In the newly published Secret Bali: An Unusual Guide, Eveleigh and Exelby point readers to the world’s best unofficial street-art exhibitions, a village of the deaf, a spectacular traditional fishing craft, Bali’s only colonial-era rubber plantation, a mysterious breed of cattle, a tree that is impossible to plant, fantastic street-art exhibitions, a workshop where batiks are created with unique natural dyes, and much more.

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Eveleigh, who has written for the New York TimesNational GeographicEsquire, and many other publications, has reported for BJT on such destinations as South Africa and Spain’s Navarra Province. The first BJT article from Exelby—a contributor to Fodor’s and to periodicals like the Guardian and Marie Claire—is Set Sail on a Superyacht.