Bullseye is spot on with Bali website

Bullseye is spot on with Bali website

Digital agency Bullseye has created a one-stop-shop website for visitors to Bali.

The Ultimate Bali website features everything from how to get a SIM card in Bali, to how to find a secret beach or where to stay.

Bullseye founder Deborah May said: “I started researching and planning this site in 2010 when I was moving to Bali. There was no one individual website that offered the vital information visitors needed in the one place. I wanted to help visitors to Bali whether on holiday, travelling, relocating or living here.

“The enthusiasm we have received has been overwhelming, which suggests this site is long overdue.”

Michael McKerlie, Bullseye’s managing director of Indonesia, added: “No matter who you are or what you desire to do in Bali, this site brings it all together. It’s got everything from accommodation to tours, reviews, where to eat and drink and cultural offerings such as galleries, temples and dance performances.”




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