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  • Jumping for Joy at Jamie’s

    Jumping for Joy at Jamie’s

    Enjoying the legacy of the Celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, one of the outposts of Jamie’s empire can be found within the bounds of the Hard Rock Hotel Bali in Kuta. Handily located right near the...

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  • Sanur, Gateway to Inspiration: A Book on Bali’s Foreign Artists

    Sanur, Gateway to Inspiration: A Book on Bali’s Foreign Artists

    In April, to celebrate its first year anniversary and to align with the mission from Préférence Hotels to be culturally driven, Maison Aurelia Sanur proudly launched a book about art and cultural...

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  • Indonesia’s First Radisson Blu Bali Resort Opens in Uluwatu

    Indonesia’s First Radisson Blu Bali Resort Opens in Uluwatu

    On the southwestern tip of the Island, Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu reinterprets Balinese style for the modern travellers looking for a rural jewel in Bali’s Bukit peninsula’s crown. The resort is...

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  • Where To Watch The World Cup in Canggu [2018]

    Where To Watch The World Cup in Canggu [2018]

    Break out the beer and bar snacks and be ready for a few long weeks of late night viewing because the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is finally here. Of course, watching at home alone is no fun...

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  • Alila Ubud’s Terrace Tree Villas Epitomise Rainforest Luxury

    Alila Ubud’s Terrace Tree Villas Epitomise Rainforest Luxury

    Alila Ubud is one of Ubud’s most well-known destinations. Made famous by its iconic swimming pool, the resort has continued to enchant its guests with unique experiences, all secluded on the side...

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  • Island Wanderlust: Exploring the Islands Off of Bali

    Island Wanderlust: Exploring the Islands Off of Bali

    On the southeast of  ‘mainland’ Bali, separated by the Badung Strait, are three little islands off of Bali that serve escapism in its purest form. These islands are unique spots, culturally...

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  • Tirtha Uluwatu: One of Bali’s Most Stunning Wedding Venues

    Tirtha Uluwatu: One of Bali’s Most Stunning Wedding Venues

    Tirtha Uluwatu by Tirtha Bridal is set on the southern cliffs of Bali, with sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, and breathtakingly designed to host weddings with a sense of magic. Words cannot...

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  • Feeling Good, Made Simple: Why You’ll Love Tea Tree Spa’s Signature Treatment

    Feeling Good, Made Simple: Why You’ll Love Tea Tree Spa’s Signature Treatment

    The wellness industry has certainly blossomed over the decades, with everything from cryotherapy to gong sessions now on offer. Even when it comes to spas and massages, creativity has taken over...

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  • A Perfect Sunrise: Chasing Dolphins in Bali

    A Perfect Sunrise: Chasing Dolphins in Bali

    What does beach time look like for kids? Drawing in the sand, building sand castles and playing in the water. Escaping from Bali’s busy southern hub, the north coast holds another highlight of the...

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  • Pan Kaler, Balinese Healer

    Pan Kaler, Balinese Healer

    There are in Bali several kinds of traditional healers. The closest to the Western idea of a doctor is the balian usada: his knowledge rests on the control and knowledge of sacred lontar books and...

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  • A Touch of Japan: Tirtha Bridal’s Newest Wedding Experience

    A Touch of Japan: Tirtha Bridal’s Newest Wedding Experience

    Long known as one of Bali’s most elegant wedding resorts, Tirtha Bridal has continued to add exclusive wedding experiences to their repertoire. As the island’s sole Japanese owned and managed...

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  • The Magic of the Beach: What Does The Beach Mean to You?

    The Magic of the Beach: What Does The Beach Mean to You?

    There is so much magic associated with beaches. Almost everything in life is able to be dramatised and magnified by those magnificent links between land and sea. Our childhood memories are full of...

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  • liina klauss’ 5000 Lost Soles: Turning Ocean Rubbish into Art

    liina klauss’ 5000 Lost Soles: Turning Ocean Rubbish into Art

    Artist liina klauss, together with Potato Head Beach Club Bali, created a visually stunning installation name ‘5000 soles’ from rubbish that washed up on Seminyak Beach. Their goal, raise...

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  • Barrels Beer and Tapas Bar Starts Serving in Jimbaran

    Barrels Beer and Tapas Bar Starts Serving in Jimbaran

    Offering fresh and high-quality ingredients, Jimbaran’s spanish foodies and those curious about Spanish dishes can now enjoy Spanish Tapas pairings with beer and any other alcohol/non-alcohol...

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  • Pura Puncak Luhur Sari: The Temple of Love

    Pura Puncak Luhur Sari: The Temple of Love

    William Shakespeare has his Romeo and Juliet, and Bali has its similar tragic love story. Sitting on the top of the hill in Kalianget village, North Bali, is the gravesite of Jayaprana and Layon...

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  • Diving Around the Island: Bali Manta Rays and Mola Mola

    Diving Around the Island: Bali Manta Rays and Mola Mola

    Whilst many venture inland in search of waterfalls and temples, or sunbathe on the beach or ride the waves, the ‘usual’ Bali visitor forgets about the incredibly world that can be found...

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  • Pura Tanah Lot Temple: Where the Giant Snake Dwells

    Pura Tanah Lot Temple: Where the Giant Snake Dwells

    Today, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most visited temples in Bali, attracting not only the Balinese Hindu pilgrims, but also the non-Hindu residents and visitors to the island. But centuries ago,...

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  • The Music of Bali

    The Music of Bali

    The music of the gamelan is an equally rich and complex tradition. Like dance it makes itself accessible to a variety of skill levels. There are roles for those who have become experts, and there...

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  • The Titian Prize: Recogising Extraordinary Balinese Artistic Talent

    The Titian Prize: Recogising Extraordinary Balinese Artistic Talent

    The Bali art infrastructure is undergoing important transformation. This renewal is a timely, yet a long and unique process, the intended outcome, however, will be a sustainable art eco system on...

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  • The Green Belts of North Sumatra

    The Green Belts of North Sumatra

    Indonesia’s third largest province, North Sumatra is where Toba, Earth’s biggest volcanic caldera, formed around 1.3 million years ago. Incredibly diverse and still relatively untouched by...

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