Consider yourself an unparalleled master in the art of navigating the Island of the Gods? Have a deep and unwavering love affair with the English language and the written word?
Know the taste of the snapper ceviche at Sea Circus; the ins and outs of every alleyway in Ubud; and the swoon worthy sunset spots on Trawangan, Meno and Air?
It sounds like you might be just the person we are looking for.
And if getting paid to write about one of the most dreamed about destinations on the planet sounds like your life pinnacle, then we might be just the opportunity you’re looking for too.
In fact, this could be a match made in heaven.
inBali covers everything from great surf breaks to investment opportunities, cafe hopping to spa going, and human interest stories to event reviews. We are looking for writers, video content creators and collaborative partners who are as passionate about Bali as we are.
We have dreams to build the most comprehensive guide to the island that the interweb has ever seen. Would you like to come along for the ride?
If the answer is a screaming “hell yes”, then send an e-mail to info[@]inbali.org detailing who you are, what you’ve written or filmed in the past, and what you would like to write or film for us in the future.
Please send examples of your written work or videos (on YouTube) so that we can get a feel for your skills. In addition, we would also like to know specifics about the sort of Bali master you are and what your field of expertise will be when it comes to life on the island.
Will you be covering the highest of high end boutique resorts and only the Day Spas that glisten with gold? Or have you spent the past three years roaming West Bali National Park with sandy feet and a conch shell under your arm, catching your dinner with your bare hands and showering in the sea? Either way sounds good to us!
If you’re not based in Bali, please let us know how you intend to make this work from your given corner of the globe.
We will endeavour to get back to everyone, but please forgive us if we don’t. It says more about our lack of time than your lack of talent.