Post Tagged : Ubud

Ubud Food Festival 2019 : Spice Up the World

| Apr 26, 2019

This 26-28 April, Bali’s foremost food-focused festival returns for its fifth year. The Ubud Food Festival 2019 brings us their newest theme ‘Spice Up the World’, presented once again by ABC. About Ubud Food Festival  Founded in 2015 by the people that brought us the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, Yayasan Mudra Swari Saraswati, the […]

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BaliSpirit Festival 2019 : Restore the Balance

| Mar 24, 2019

Known as one of the largest and best yoga festivals in all of Asia, BaliSpirit Festival returns  to Ubud this 24-31 March 2019 for its 12th edition. More than just a festival, this 8-day experience includes everything from yoga to meditation, dance, breath work, healing and authentic relating – the BaliSpirit Festival is a space […]

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The Ubud Food Festival Spices Things Up for 2019

What's On | Mar 07, 2019

Shining on Indonesia’s culinary scene for the fifth time running, the Ubud Food Festival (UFF) is back and ready to spice up the world with over 100 speakers. The festival, presented by Indonesian food company ABC, has prepared a full lineup of chefs, restaurateurs, entrepreneurs, farmers, food writers, scientists, and activists converging from April 26th […]

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Escape to COMO Uma Ubud this Lunar New Year for Peace and Tranquility

What's On | Jan 24, 2019

Nestled amongst paddy fields in the hills of the Tjampuhan Valley, COMO Uma Ubud is a destination for rest and relaxation. This Lunar New Year, they invite you to escape into the wilderness, surround yourself with nature and take part in transformative, holistic wellness activities.  Whilst certainly enjoying the spoils of Bali’s lush vegetation, COMO […]

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Herb Library’s Sustainable, Flexitarian Menu Offers Ubud Diners A Healthy Dining Destination

Dining | Jan 14, 2019

Opened in December 2016, Herb Library has been serving a steady flow of satisfied customers with its healthy menu. The restaurant not only serves purely raw or ‘living’ food, but also offers a rather different, plant-based all day dining menu for the herbivores with sustainably and responsibly sourced fish and chicken options for the omnivores. […]

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Yoga for Kids : Movements & Meditations

Indulge | Jan 09, 2019

Yes, Bali is the island of the gods, but it’s also an island of yogis! There are so many yoga classes taking place around the island now, from beach yoga, yoga in the hills, yoga in a high-tech studio down in Seminyak, you name it Bali has it. However they all have one thing in […]

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Paul Bocuse Commemoration Dinner at Mozaic Restaurant

Indulge | Jan 04, 2019

On 4 January 2019, Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique in Ubud will present a special dinner in memory of the late Paul Bocuse. Known in France as ‘the Chef of the Century’, Paul Bocuse is associated with the creation of la nouvelle cuisine, a term invented by food critics Henri Gault and Christian Millau (Gault-Millau) to describe […]

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New Restaurant Tulen Dishes Up Balinese Goodness in Ubud

Dining | Dec 24, 2018

The newly-opened Tulen entertains the tastebuds of those in Ubud with mouthwatering modern Balinese food, vegetarian options as well as off-Bali options in a truly stunning open dining and relaxed ambience surrounded by rice fields. With its open kitchen and BBQ concept, featuring a bar corner, open dining areas and a beautiful garden where diners […]

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Connect with Nature at the Newly Opened Tejaprana Bisma

What's On | Dec 13, 2018

Nestled between the Campuhan river valley and sprawling paddy fields, Tejaprana Bisma will soon open as an ideal place to unwind at the end of the day and be inspired as nature paints the horizon with the glorious colours of sunset. Each of its 26 well appointed villas is complemented with a gazebo, an infinity […]

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Have You Ever Heard of Ubud’s Miraculous White Flower?

Indulge | Dec 10, 2018

Ubud, who’s name derives from Ubad (or medicine), is just full of medicinal plants and herbs. While many of these herbs are known to the Balinese, it is such second nature to them that the knowledge stays close to home. One day while walking in the ricefields, I saw a man plucking a small white […]

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