Get in touch with your creative side and unleash your inner artist with the Unlock Art programme at Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran. Collaborating with Jenggala, Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran is offering guests to experience Jenggala’s Paint-A-Pot programme.

At Le Méridien, room keys open doors and so much more. The Unlock Art programme is a fantastic art-focused programme that is implemented at Le Méridien properties worldwide which grant culturally enthusiastic guests complimentary access to notable galleries and institutions. By partnering with cultural centres worldwide, every Unlock Art programme offered at Le Méridien properties offer a distinct and unique experience to guests by simply presenting the Unlock Art room key.

At Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran, they are collaborating with Bali’s famed handcrafted ceramic ware producer – Jenggala – for their Unlock Art initiative in the hopes of giving a bigger exposure to Balinese crafts. Guests can take advantage of the complimentary programme by simply presenting their Unlock Art room key to experience Jenggala’s Paint-A-Pot programme. The Paint-A-Pot programme, available for guests of all ages, offers them the chance to unleash their inner Picasso and use their creative imagination to paint their own ceramic piece that they can take home with them.

“We would like our guests to get up close with a different side of Bali’s thriving art and cultural scene and what better place to start that than with Jenggala. Our idea of this partnership is to encourage our guests to experience local art and immerse in the cultural experience and to bring something meaningful home with them,” said Adrian Ee, General Manager of Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran.

Le Méridien created this unique programme in the hopes of presenting stimulating and inspiring activities that can be enjoyed by creative and curious-minded guests both inside and outside of the hotel.

For more information on Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran’s Unlock Art programme please call +62 361 8466 888 or email

Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran
Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran
+62 361 8466 888

Brian Sjarief

Brian Sjarief

Brian is a writer at NOW! Bali. He developed his central interest in the arts from an early age, pursuing his studies in Motion Pictures & Television in San Fransisco with a focus on screenwriting. Through this long-held passion for film, he now channels his creativity into storytelling, be it written, visual or otherwise.