Patriotic Cocktails at Anantara Uluwatu

Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort is celebrating Indonesia Independence Day with a variety of celebrations, one of which is by serving the special “Patriotic Cocktails” that are refreshingly delicious with mixes of lychee, rum and mint jelly with rum, martini rosso, Balinese grape, strawberry, blueberry and blackcurrant. Alternatively, those who are more likely to be calorie

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Yum Cha Festival at Suku

Suku Restaurant at Conrad Bali has a special treat for dim sum lovers this 3 – 12 August as the resort’s guest chef Simon Leung has flown all the way from Conrad Beijing to throw a Yum Cha Festival. During the festival, you can embark on a gastronomic journey with unique and lively flavors, and

The Dinner Series, with James Viles and Joel Bickford

The Ungasan Clifftop Resort, home to the popular summer spot of Sundays Beach Club, is proud to present the first of many dining events, The Dinner Series. This first event on Sunday, 20 August 2017, will be hosted by acclaimed Australian Chef and owner of the two-hatted Biota Dining, James Viles (who also created the menu for Sundays Beach Club), cooking alongside Joel Bickford from The Gantry. This

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Celebrating Independence with Cap Go Meh, An Indonesian Specialty

On the 17th of August 2017, Indonesia celebrates it’s independence day. This national holiday sees flags being paraded on the streets, and being hoisted up by school children, police officers and military personnel – or any patriot around! It’s a day of celebration, without a doubt, with games and festivities continuing throughout the day. And

Kinky Tiki Bar: Seminyak’s Kinky Hotspot

Driving down Jalan Camplung Tanduk towards some of Bali’s older establishments such as La Planca and Gado Gado Restaurant you will notice a blinking and colour changing totem gate on your right. Once you enter the mystical gate you will follow the blinking Christmas lights that will directly put a smile on your face as

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What Goes Into A Typical Indonesian Eid Feast?

Eid al-Fitr, otherwise known as Idul Fitri or Lebaran here in Indonesia, is the biggest holiday of the Muslim calendar and is certainly celebrated as such. During this time, celebrations centre around 3 main things here in Indonesia: family, feasts and forgiveness. Whilst the majority of Bali are certainly Hindu, among the population many local

Cosmic Diner: 60’s New York City on Sunset Road

Here in Bali, Cosmic Diner brings that “all American diner” feel to Sunset Road, with decor that consists of authentic diner memorabilia. For those longing for a juicy cheeseburger smacked between the fluffiest bun, tasty nachos, or finger licking good chicken wings with Buffalo sauce, can just make their way there. With the nuances of

Unwind at Three Monkeys Ubud

Take a break from the busy Monkey Forest Road in Ubud, and enjoy the cool breezes and contemporary gourmet cuisine at Three Monkeys. Setting the pace with its unique blend of contemporary gourmet cuisine, decadent desserts and cutting edge art exhibitions, the menu at this Ubud dining venue is globally inspired. Take a seat at

SeaSalt: Coastal Dining with a Fresh Buzz

A new hotspot for stylish seafood dining, Seasalt marks the start of a tantalizing new seascape dining experience, with a dash of Japanese infusion, exciting palates with an enticing taste of the sea in their fresh seafood selection. Inspired by its spectacular oceanfront setting and the locally harvested sea salt, Seasalt will be the must-go

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