Post Tagged : Ubud

Eat Streets of Bali : Ubud

Dining | Oct 09, 2018

Dining in Ubud is dedicated to those with a love for culture and music. Well-known for its relaxing ambience, quiet environment and traditional atmosphere, this upland destination has several corners to see besides rice terraces, cultural places and temples. Many of the Ubud restaurants are sophisticated while others are laid-back. Combining dines with wine, views and […]

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Aperitif Restaurant in Ubud Set to Take Fine Dining in Bali to New Heights

Dining | Oct 08, 2018

For those who have experienced the excellence of the fare at Cascades, Viceroy’s original restaurant, it will come as no surprise that the team has got together to create a new and elevated experience in dining which they believe will set new standards in Balinese gastronomy.Set amid a lush jungle valley setting, a stone’s throw […]

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Bali : Paradise Lost?

What's On | Oct 03, 2018

The island we see today has changed dramatically since commercial tourism began in the 1980s. While much of what people hope to see still remains, be it the temples, the dances or the daily ceremonies, the environment around those things has changed. Today’s Bali, with its juxtaposition of old meets new and tradition meets entertainment, […]

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Wine and Chocolate, Made in Bali

Dining | Oct 02, 2018

Before we take you on a culinary tour through the eat streets of Bali, we’d like to introduce to you two Bali brands that aim to bring the local Indonesian products and produce to the international stage of the food and beverage industry. The two brands take pride in what they do and make, and […]

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Take a Balinese Cooking Masterclass in Alila Ubud’s Organic Garden

What To Do | Sep 27, 2018

Honestly, there is no better souvenir than taking home a skill. Especially if that skill can be used time-and-time again to remind you of your experiences, in this case, of Balinese food.  Alila Ubud has long been a destination for authentic experiences, a place to getaway from life’s bustling routine and slow down. With its […]

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Alila Ubud Filters Out Plastic Bottles and Paves a Path to Environmental-Friendliness

What's On | Sep 13, 2018

The luxurious Alila Ubud in Bali is moving with the times; seeking to reduce their ecological footprint whilst also appealing to the growing number of eco-conscious travellers, the resort has found a way to phase out plastic bottles through their resort.  “With our compliments”. This is the message you’ll see besides your complimentary bottles of […]

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Cultural Appreciation : Teaching Kids Balinese Culture

Bali For Kids | Sep 06, 2018

Culture plays an important role in how children make sense of the world around them. Children’s connection to their culture develops through their experiences. As adults, we should help them connect with their cultural identity by supplying warm and secure emotional connections. This helps the young minds build a positive cultural identity for themselves, as […]

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Ubud Run 2018

What's On | Aug 15, 2018

Following the previous success of last year, Wanconvex and Running Explorer are back in collaboration to invite runners all over the island to enjoy the nature of Ubud with all its beauty. Carrying the theme ‘Connecting Your Soul Into Nature’, Ubud Run 2018 will attract more local people and a strong culture of Ubud. Available […]

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Ubud Village Jazz Festival 2018

What's On | Aug 10, 2018

After 5 successful years, the Ubud Village Jazz Festival (UVJF) returns again this year carrying the theme, Freedom of Expression, welcoming many legendary figures, from the archipelago and abroad, who will come to perform and share their most recent arrangements with the public. Located at the Arma Museum Garden, this local, community-based event will be held on […]

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Liap Liap: Ubud’s Newest Restaurant Exploring Indonesia’s Indigenous Grills

Dining Reviews | Aug 07, 2018

Indonesian food is on the rise – that is a fact. Previous obsessions with foreign cuisine have in the last year flipped 180 degrees, seeing both homegrown and international chefs turn their interests back towards the Indonesian archipelago, known for its famous spice islands. Restaurants and kitchen creatives are reviving the nation’s favourite dishes, either […]

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