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Best Places to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Bali 2022

Welcoming the Year of the Tiger, restaurants and resorts across the island are getting their Lunar New Year feasts ready. So, if you’re celebrating Chinese New Year in Bali, then you’re in luck! On Tuesday, 1 February 2022 the island will see delicious food, moon cakes, red ang pao envelopes and more to celebrate this special occasion.

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Mervilla: The First-Ever Authentic Caribbean Restaurant and Bar in Bali

Bali’s diverse culinary scene welcomes an exciting new addition with the opening of Mervilla, the first-ever Caribbean restaurant and bar to open on the island. Caribbean cuisine isn’t commonly found anywhere in Asia, which is why this venue invites guests to indulge in the exotic and bold flavours of Caribbean dishes. Despite Bali’s eclectic and


Atelier 5: A Parisian Inspired Café Opens in Canggu

Despite the pandemic crippling Bali’s economy for almost 2 years, it hasn’t stopped island creatives from continuing to innovate and come up with new business ventures, especially in the F&B industry. One of the newcomers in Bali’s food and beverage scene is Atelier 5, a French café inspired establishment that opened in Canggu. Imagine the

Chope’s Last-Minute Year-End Restaurant Deals in Bali

Before we wave goodbye to 2021 and welcome 2022 with a hopeful outlook, what better way to celebrate with good friends than with a grand feast for a proper sendoff to a wild year. Whether you prefer to have a chill New Year’s Eve, party your way into 2022 or just a leisurely brunch on

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Dine with a View: Ubud’s Wild Air Restaurant Unveils New Menu

Imagine dining in a tranquil setting surrounded by the lush greenery of Ubud, breathing the fresh air of the highlands and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. Well, you don’t have to imagine it because it’s something you can experience at Wild Air Restaurant in Ubud. Located within the stunning Kaamala Resort Ubud, which

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New Years Eve in Bali 2021 : Parties and Celebrations

New Years Eve in Bali won’t be as big this year, but there’s definitely a reason to celebrate: saying goodbye to 2021! The Indonesian Government has placed some mild regulations during the festive season, but hotels, restaurants and bars will still have some dinners and occasions, although smaller in scale, to celebrate New Years Eve

Christmas in Bali 2021

Christmas in Bali 2021 : Lunches, Dinners, Celebrations

Everyone’s favourite holiday season is here! If you’re spending Christmas in Bali this 2021, you’ll be happy to hear that hotels and restaurants are putting on amazing feasts and spreads. Whether you’re after a Christmas Eve dinner, Christmas Day Lunch or Brunch or something entirely different, look no further, our list covers all areas of the island. Kuta & Legian – Seminyak –

Ijen at Potato Head: Keeping Seafood Simple (and Sustainable)

Ijen at Potato Head: Keeping Seafood Simple (and Sustainable)

It seems the Potato Head Family is on a hot streak. Having reopened its Bali ‘complex’, better known as the Desa (or village), encompassing the Beach Club, Potato Head Studios and everything that happens in-between, the lifestyle destination has been active reinvigorating the local art, music and food scenes. Riding the momentum, the group has

Best Steaks in Bali : Steakhouses and Premium Meats (2021)

Whilst the island’s food and beverage scene has seen a rise in vegetarian restaurants, vegan restaurants and the like, you’ll still find great spots to dig into juicy steaks in Bali. Whether you’re after succulent marbled wagyu, juicy dry-aged cuts or a beastly tomahawk to share with the group, there are plenty of meat-maestros and

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