We will remember 2020, for the rest of our lives! In different ways, the pandemic has affected our way of living plus it hit many businesses extremely hard. YPI Asia is not an exception, unfortunately. Over 90% of our students left the island in March and April earlier this year. During that time, we were
Life in Bali continues for our remaining students, a bit different but certainly special in many ways! Not many students can tell that they spend the whole pandemic in Bali’s tropical paradise. During the last seven or eight months, a lot has changed for them but they all find a way to deal with the
A year we will remember for the rest of our lives! Just because there was a certain virus. A virus from which we still don’t know all the details, but we do know the impact it has on the world so far. Every continent on this planet is fighting against this virus with varying degrees
Hey there! Are you curious about what you can do on the super photogenic island of Nusa Penida? Read this blog with the experiences of 6 YPI students who have spent 3 full days on the island. What’s good to know before you visit Nusa Penida is that it can only be reached by boat.
Indonesia has many hot destinations for you to visit, one of those must see places is the island of Java and specifically the area around Malang! In this blog we will tell you about the top five things to do in Malang. Malang is part of the top 3 biggest cities in the East-Java region.
Our latest newsletter is out! In this June edition, you will read about the coming events, our adventure at Komodo National Park and many more. Are you still looking for an internship in Asia from September 2019? Please contact us as soon as possible so we can arrange your dream internship! Newsletter.june.2019
Did you know that Yogyakarta has a lot more to offer apart from the two famous temples? Of course, most of the people will visit the Borobudur and the Prambanan Temples during their stay in Yogyakarta but what about these places! 1. Gunung Merapi is an active volcano just outside the city! You can see
You probably didn’t know that Bali, the Island of the gods has their own professional football club. It’s called Bali United and this is why you should visit them. Bali United is active in the first division of Indonesian football, also called The Liga 1. 18 teams compete in this competition to be crowned champion
Who am I? Hi people, my name is Daiana. I am an international student, studying at Rotterdam Business School. I am going to work in YPI as a Marketing and Sales intern. I will share my experience of moving to Bali as an intern. How it all started? I’ve started dreaming about moving to Bali
During your internship in Bali you have enough time to explore the island and travel around. It is useful to rent a scooter so that you can easily travel across the island. You will notice that everything with the car takes a lot longer, because the traffic is completely fixed. When you arrive at the