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EDITO ISSUE No. 53 JULY 2018 Indonesia’s incredibly rich artistic tradition is an integral part of the hundreds of different local cultures and ethnic groups living on the archipelago. In this issue we celebrate this diversity, namely all the art forms that have contributed to Indonesia’s artistic identity. The love for art started in prehistoric times, continued through the Javanese kingdoms, the Sultanates and the waves of colonization, and is today celebrated into a diversity of art expressions. Stone murals and funerary monuments, impressive woven art, colourful paintings, intricate carvings and sculptures, gold and silverwork as well as handicrafts in natural materials and antique furniture are just some of the artwork Indonesia can be proud of. Last but not least, thanks to the collaborations between local authorities and local street artists, urban spaces in major cities have become open air museums, featuring murals and graffiti inspired by Bansky and other international street artists. Browse our pages and you will also discover three properties on the Gili islands that celebrate the beauty of this slice of paradise. Join the environmentally aware team at Anahata tropical private villas; immerse in a spiritual uplifting experience at Flowers & Fire Yoga and Meditation Garden and dive into Spain party vibe at Tapaz, where small snacks accompany every drink!
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CONTENTS JULY 2018 ISSUE No. 53
22 - Getting There 26 - Culture & History 28 - Gili Trawangan 30 - Gili Meno 32 - Gili Air 36 - Lombok
38 - Scuba Diving 42 - Snorkelling 44 - Freediving 45 - Yoga 46 - Other Watersports 48 - Spa 49 - Other Land Activities
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ART IN INDONESIA
52 - Art Everywhere 54 - Art Styles 56 - All Artists in Diversity 58 - Street Art 60 - #Gililife for Local Artists
64 - Flowers & Fire Yoga Garden 68 - Tapaz 72 - Anahata Tropical Private Villas
Art in Indonesia
76 - Bali Map 78 - Bali Tourist Hotspots
82 MT. RINJANI
80 - Lombok Map 82 - Lombok Tourist Hotspots
84 Gili Fruit 86 Recipe 88 Games 89 Horoscope 92 Bahasa 94 Contributors
99 - Gili Trawangan 100 - Gili Meno 101 - Gili Air 13 Gililife
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The Gili Islands GILI TRAWANGAN DSM Dive Evolution Manta Dive Sama Sama Patagonia Office Diversia Kayu Cafe Istanbul Kebab Abdi Tourist Info Dolce Vita The Roast House Gili Villas Gili Yo Le Petit Gili Mandiri Blue Marlin Dive Dream Divers Dive Central/ Azura Spa/ Persona Rsrt New Rudy's Black Penny Tir Na Nog The Beach House Natya Restaurant Scallywags Villa Ombak The Pearl Beach Kokomo Trawangan Resort Pondok Santi Estate PinkCoco Hotel Malibu Beach Club Gili Teak Resort Casa Vintage Beach Ombak Sunset R H Medical Centre Lombok Dive/ Aston Pandawa Sunset Palms Resort La Cocoteraie Sunset Villa & Yoga House Villa Kelapa Gili Yo 2 Kuno Villas Wilson Retreat Jambuluwuk Lutwala Dive Sama Lama Jali Resort Sadev Blue Marine Dive Tapaz Bar Invest Island Bale Sampan Samba Villas Trawangan Dive Gili Mansion Gili Castle Gili Beach Bum DSM Dive Uber Scuba Freedive Gili & Gili Yoga GILI MENO Typsy Turtle Restaurant Karma Beach Resort (The Reef) Seri Resort Kampung Seri Adeng Adeng Divine Divers Kampung Meno Mao Meno Yoga The Rabbit Tree Meno Dream Resort
Malias Bungalow Villa Bagus Villa Nautilus Rust Cafe Tropical Hideaway Fantastic Bungalow Blue Marlin Dive GILI AIR Warung Sasak 1 Turtle Beach Hotel Raja Bar Bel Air 3W Dive Bulan Madu Spa Center Unzipp Lumbung The Water Front Manta Dive Sunrise Gili AIr Diver The Beach Spa Chill Out Zipp Bar Dream Divers Scallywags The Beach Club Blue Lotus Spa Balianas Cooking Classes Fantastic Gili Hostel Gili Bliss Freedive Flow Gili Air Hostel Breadelicious Scallywags Smugglers Warung Padang Flowers & Fire Yoga Coffee & Thyme Oceans5 Patagonia Villa Karang Safari Bar Casa Mio Mowies Mola2 Resort Luckys Bar Gili Lumbung Zipp Bar Sunset Cheeky Monkey Captain Coconut Jasmine Spa & Hometel Dolce Mare Slow Villa & Spa & Gili Garden Villa Saia Villa Marina Good Times Bungalows Begadang Gili Matiki Nad Brahma Scratch Gili Island Diver Blue Marlin Dive Boogils Puri Air Camilla Beach Club Nalu Bowls Resto The Mexican Kitchen Pura Vida Gili Air Escape Musa Cookery H2O Yoga Good Earth Restaurant Pachamama Bambu Cottages Blue Marine Dive Orong Village Anahata Tropical Private Villas
SIRE - TANJUNG - SENGGIGI Kedai Lafa Pizza Kupi Nina Bayan Lombok Lodge Hotel Oberoi Lombok Elephant Park Living Asia Katamaran Holiday Resort Davaya @ Verve Villa Qunci Villas Svarga Resort Gula Gila & Kebun Villas Sheraton Lotus Bayview Spice Restaurant Asmara Restaurant Square Restaurant & Lounge The Taman Restaurant Scuba Froggy Cafe Alberto Temptations Bakery Inari Sushi The Cowshed Rock Gilis Sasaku MATARAM/ KUTA/ SELONG Lili Consulting Smart Club Epicentrum Mall Warpindo Royal No Name Cafe Kuta Heights Development Kimen Surf KRNK Lombok Milk Espresso El Bazar Astari Selong Selo Residences Secret Island
Bali NUSA DUA/ JIMBARAN Agendaz Beach Club Bali Nusa Dua Theatre Bali Surf & Rip Curl Nusa Dua Benoa Square Benoa Tirta Harum Dive & Watersport Donal's Salon & Spa Extreme Toys Guo Bar Jimbaran Corner Meads Beach Bar & Grill Artha Mandiri MC Bali Hastie Indomalaya MC Dirgahayu MC Pantai Mas Beach Club Sereh at Samasta Surfers Paradise The Bay Bali The Whacko Beach Club Ulam Resto Warung Jimbaran Yakiniku Sama-Sama KUTA Armada Flow House Bali Bali Brasco Bali Surf Outlet Cafe Sardinia Beachwalk Carrefour Sunset Road Everyday Spa Bali Giant Supermarket Groserindo Harmony Spa Hawaii Bali Inko Bali Spa Club Kopi Bali Lippo Plaza Bali Hastie Indomalaya Sunset MC Central Kuta Raya MC Papas Limoncello Rip Curl Outlet & Sunset Rd Store Surf Girl Bali SANUR Arean Pub & Restaurant Bali Langit Biru Bali Tourism Board Blue Fin Diving Coconut Hut Restaurant
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GILI T PUB CRAWL Gili T Pub Crawl was launched in May 2018, and is already proving to be one of the most popular activities on Gili Trawangan - averaging over 100 people per night, and running 3 times a week! A typical night includes Reggae On The Beach, Beer Pong, Live Music, Interactive Games & Jungle Madness. A bargain for only 250K; you get a free shirt, free vodka bucket, free shots, exclusive drink specials, and discounts on activities all over the island (including Boat Trips, Spas, Tattoos, Paddle Boarding, Food, Drinks and more). It all makes for one of the most memorable nights of your holiday. Don’t miss out on Gili T’s freshest new thing! Come and give it a try every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. See photos and more at gilitpubcrawl.com.
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GETTING THERE TRANSPORT TO AND FROM THE GILIS
Several fast boat companies operate from various ports in Bali and offer a free transfer from your hotel to the boarding point, depending on your location. Ocean crossing times depend on weather conditions (around 1H to 2H). For fast boat companies, see directory.
The ferry departs from Padang Bai in Bali (starts at 8 am) and arrives at the port of Lembar in Lombok. From Lembar take a taxi or shuttle to get to Bangsal port. The ferry crossing takes approximately 5-6H, and 2H for the taxi or shuttle from Lembar to Bangsal.
Take a flight to the international airport in Lombok Praya, get to Bangsal port (around 2H) by taxi and book a boat from the port office to The Gilis. International Flights: Air Asia - Silk Air - Tiger
Air Bali offers this service. You can book your flight online. The heliport is based at Benoa, Bali and will take you to the largest of the three Gili Islands- Gili Trawangan (around 45 min). Your booking includes transportation to the heliport in Benoa.
Domestic Flights: Garuda - Lion Air - Merpati
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Islands Northwest of Lombok, three little peanuts, three different ambiances, three discernible flavours. You're on the Gili Islands!
THE GILI ISLANDS
CULTURE & HISTORY
The three Gili Islands, composed of Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air, are located off the northwest coast of Lombok. In Sasak language, "gili" means "small island". There are more than 30 Gilis around Lombok, but Trawangan, Meno and Air are by far the most frequently visited. Because of their proximity to the equator, they have a tropical climate throughout the year with an average air temperature
of 28C and water temperatures ranging from 26 to 29C. The rainy season runs from November to April and the dry season from May to October. The Gilis bathe in the Bali Sea at the convergence of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, and enjoy a drier micro-climate than the rest of Indonesia due in part to the fact that they are situated between two great volcanoes - Mount Rinjani on Lombok and Mount Agung on Bali. Like the majority of the Lombok community, the inhabitants of the Gili Islands are primarily Muslim and each island has a mosque(s) emitting sounds of live prayer five times daily. Bahasa Indonesia is the national language spoken which unites all of the countryâ€™s islands but Gili locals speak 'Sasak Gili Air' which is slightly different to 'Sasak Lombok'. About 200 years ago, fishermen from Sulawesi of Makassar, Bugis
and Mandar ethnicities arrived on the Gili Islands. They began to settle temporarily because of the abundance of fish in the sea and the presence of fresh water on Gili Air and at that time, sectioning off a bit of land with string was enough to claim it. These otherwise nomadic people began to settle in the Gilis and cultivate the land, planting peanuts, tapioca and corn whilst continuing their tradition of fishing. They sold and exchanged their produce in the markets of Lombok and also traded portions of their land for livestock, rice and other much needed items not native to the islands. Coconut palms are indigenous to the Gilis while mango, banana and papaya trees have been introduced over the years. The first Western traveller to set foot on the Gili Islands came in 1984 to Gili Air. By the mid 1990’s Bali had gained international recognition as a travel destination and the Gilis began to be known as an off-the-beatentrack paradise escape. Today, the Gili Islands are flourishing and are attracting all types of visitors from every corner of the globe. Over time, the people of the Gili Islands have adapted to a multitude of changes and cultural immersions but have managed to maintain their cultural identity. Historically the people here have seen their days of hardship when during WWII, Lombok and the Gili Islands were occupied by Japanese forces. The islands were used to contain prisoners of war and the locals endured forced labour. A hill situated on the south of Trawangan was used as a lookout post and today remnants of the bunker still remain. Trawangan derived it's name from the Indonesian word "terowongan" meaning "tunnels" of which a network were dug by the occupying forces. The holes have since been filled in.
ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR YOUR VISIT TO THE GILI ISLANDS • Always use your right hand when you give/ take/ eat/ touch • • Never point at something with your foot • • When you are a guest, wait until you are invited to sit down • • Remove your shoes before entering a house, shop or any other place • • Never get angry, always try to solve problems with a smile • • The Gili islands are Muslim, and it is sometimes inappropriate to walk around in a state of undress, going topless can be translated as a lack of respect •
DESTINATION GILI TRAWANGAN
THE UNFORGETTABLE ISLAND OF FASHION & FUN
TRAWANGAN When you hear about Gili T you probably also hear the words "party island" yeah? Thought we should just address that straight away! Gili T gained this title because it is the largest of the three northern Gili Islands with the most development, hence it offers the greatest abundance of everything - including nightlife. There are fantastic parties every night of the week that attract large crowds of people from all different walks of life and every corner of the globe. Nightly features start with a sizzling local food market and advance into live music, beach parties and DJ's. There's also the option of watching movies screened
at an open air beach "theatre." The rumoured growth of Trawangan from a backpacker island into something of a glam island is supported by the unveiling of new upscale boutiques, restaurants, resorts, spas, and now a heli-pad, however, it remains a hub of charm for a wide spectrum of travellers. It's an iconic island of variety with numerous options for every budget/lifestyle for eating, sleeping (backpacker dorms to luxury villas), entertainment and activities. Gili T has extraordinarily beautiful beaches and shimmering ocean waters of crystal-clear visibility for diving and snorkelling. This island boasts some of the finest coral gardens and the
widest range of dive centers with the best socializing opportunities. Although it is predominately known as a party island, Gili T has much more to it and venturing away from the densely developed east coast, you can find a plethora of vacant beaches. Renting a bicycle is a great way to see the island, bearing in mind there are some sandy patches! Seeing how life works here can be very eye-opening: it's not an escape from reality- just a slightly different one but understandably surreal nonetheless! There are several conservation organizations based here including Gili Eco Trust (GET) and The Gili Shark Foundation- ask around (try dive centers) about how you can get involved! As you may know - there is no motorized transport in the Gilis and what a soothing break that can be! Surfing is popular off the south and it's not unwise to speak to locals about the break. For a supreme viewpoint walk up the hill on the south that was previously used as a lookout during WW II.
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SALON DE NOMAD GILI T Salon de nomad is the only creative place for digital nomad in Gilli T. We offer co-working space, co-living accommodation and convenience services. You can immerse in your work and get relaxation here. Fb. salondenomad.gili
See page 99 for locations VILLA SUNSET BEACH AND SUNSET BEACH YOGA Daily treehouse Yoga at 8:30am & 4:30pm FlyHighYoga. Beautiful 4 bedroom private Beachfront Villa, 2 Beach Bungalows and a healthy juice bar. www.villasunsetbeach.com fb:villasunsetbeach, rejuicedgili, sunsetbeachyogagili. Instagram: villa_sunset_beach,sunset_beach_yoga, rejuicedgili
LA DOLCE VITA Italian restaurant where you can find Italian coffee and coffee machine ; homemade pasta, sandwiches, burgers, calzoni, croissant and dessert. We serve fresh meat and fish. We are on the right side of the night market.
DSM DIVE Located in Gili Trawangan and Lombok, DSM Dive is a family dive center where you can discover our underwater world. Beginners or certified divers, come and enjoy a dive in small groups with passionate instructors dsmlombok.com
Let us help you get to where you want to be! Transfers from Bali and Lombok to Gilis. Fast boats, speed boats, private cars in Lombok, and domestic plane tickets. easygilitransfers.com 29 Gililife
THE SPIRITUAL & RELAXING ISLAND OF LOVE
MENO Set between Gili Air and Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno arguably offers the finest beaches of all the Gili Islands. The sands are white and soft beneath your feet and you can relax on vacant stretches of beach lined with coconut trees. Its waters are teeming with life and it is very common to spot a turtle whilst snorkelling. This island is a treasure of local lifestyle, where time seems Gililife 30
to bend and life seems to slow down. Out of the three Giliâ€™s, Gili Meno is the least developed island, where you can completely relax amongst abundant nature and create your own tropical holiday adapted to your needs. Explore its peaceful paths by pushbike or on foot; enjoy the green and blue panorama while riding on a cidomo (horsecart) without being disturbed by big crowds or buildings; venture to the eerie remnants of an abandoned resort- where a popular wreck-dive site exists just offshore. Gili Meno offers a great selection of local and western restaurants, from small warungs to fancy beachfront terraces, you will have a wide choice of flavours against the same tropical and peaceful backdrop. You will meet
interesting local artists and seasoned foreign travellers, and appreciate their smooth rhythm of life. A variety of accommodation options ensure a choice for all tastes and budgets; from eco-friendly star gazing platforms to luxury glamping tents, Gili Meno offers secluded properties as well as luxury resorts, and a lot of activities. Small dedicated dive centres, natureinspired yoga schools and water sport centres are just some of the ways you can fill your time between a swim with the turtles or a tropical cocktail.
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See page 100 for locations THE RABBIT TREE 7 minutes from the beach, 3 from the lake, this 15 beds crazy house explode the concept of hostel to focus through events and a unique organic architecture on playful experience and creativity! Fb. TheRabbitTreeHostelAndHotel
GILI MENO DIVERS Gili Meno Divers offers you unique diving experiences throughout all seasons and all around Gili. We tailor our scuba diving to offer divers the best possible diving at any time of the year. www.gilimenodivers.com Fb. GiliMenoDivers
BREATHE VILLA Spacious villas, set in a luscious garden in Meno's peaceful breezy coconut plains. Enjoy healthy drinks, yummy cocktails and tapas selection beside your private pool or in our cosy lounge! Fb. BreatheVillaGiliMeno
KARMA BEACH Karma Beach presents cozy beachfront dining with fresh seafood BBQ, Mediterranean and traditional Indonesian inspired dishes, all paired with an excellent selection of wine and cocktails. Open daily from 7am to 10:30pm Tel. +62 819 3672 0703 email@example.com
THE ISLAND OF WATER, CHARM & BALANCE
The closest island to Lombok, Gili Air is aptly named after the Indonesian word "air" meaning "water." It is the only Gili Island to have natural underground fresh water wells. Gili Air is gem of a spot that allows you to sample the best of both worlds of the Gili Islands- it has the relaxing charm of Gili Meno and a bit of the night life of Gili Trawangan. Here you can take it fast or slow and enjoy an abundance of water sports from diving to surfing to kiteboarding and land activities such as yoga and cycling. In the evenings you also have the option of watching movies screened on the beach (weather permitting). Gili Air has pristine beaches and clear turquoise waters Gililife 32
gili AIR that soothe and revive. It is the most locally populated island with 1500 residents and it's not hard to see a special pride amongst the locals for the awe that their land inspires. There is the biggest concentration of bars and restaurants on the east of Air where you can take in views of lush green Lombok and the heights of Mt. Rinjani. Venture to the northwest and you will find yourself on empty sands gazing at the majestic Agung volcano of Bali. For sunsets be sure to be on the north/west side of the island. Happiness is infectious on this island and it's friendly inhabitants will never miss a chance to make you smile. Gili Air has a great selection of restaurants including homemade
Italian or Mediterranean food, Spanish tapas and exquisite cuisine options as well as a number of charming Warungs serving all the best local dishes. There's a range of accommodation for every budget from backpackers to bungalows (on the beach and in the village) and private villas and resorts. There are also a number of spas to choose from and you'll be delighted to find quality shopping on the island! Because of Air's beauty and increasing popularity as a dive and travel destination the island is seeing rapid development but somehow maintains it's local charm and atmosphere. Wander throughout the island to take it all in as you lose and find yourself here!
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gili AIR FLOWERS & FIRE YOGA GARDEN Beautiful yoga studio, wholefood café and creative space. Nestled in the heart of Gili Air, our breezy, treehouse studio has stunning green leafy village views. Come chillout, connect and play! www.flowersandfire.yoga
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NALU BOWLS Nalu Bowls is Bali’s first smoothie bowl shack catering to those who crave a sweet & refreshing treat on those balmy days. We offer fresh local ingredients, homemade granola baked fresh everyday, and recipes that will leave your taste buds happy! www.nalubowls.com
H2O YOGA & MEDITATION CENTER
STAY SHARK VILLAS
H20 has it all - Yoga, Meditation, Qi Gong, Aqua Yoga and workshops. Daily classes for everyone! There's a spa, an awesome health café, A/C bungalows, pool, WiFi & bicycles.
Private pool villas with a unique design, where service comfort and privacy are the focus. Located conveniently close to the best spots in Gili Air to make your vacation unforgettable.
TURTLE BEACH HOTEL
Feel the love at Turtle Beach Hotel and place your bookings at turtlebeachgiliair@gmail. com, home to your Gili Air escapades. Family friendly, relaxing and as cozy as can be. turtlebeach.co.id
A stunning accommodation, restaurant & bar that is perfect for sunset! Enjoy cool vibes, fresh cocktails made by a champion bartender and relax on the only ocean swing in Gili Air. Fb: Gili Lumbung Bungalow Instagram: Gili_lumbung
ANAHATA TROPICAL PRIVATE VILLAS
Three tropical private villas each with a pool. Built from a blend of traditional architecture and modern comfort designed to give our guests the ultimate in vacation, tropics and privacy. anahata-giliair.com
THE MEXICAN KITCHEN
MEET - EAT - SLEEP - RETREAT at Captain Coconuts Gili Air boutique resort, relax and rejuvenate around the refreshing natural stone pool + deck, feel nourished by our healthy wholefood dishes. Fb: cocolococaptaincoconuts
The Mexican Kitchen Gili Air is shown amongst the best Mexican cuisines in Asia. They are also pioneers in raw vegan food with the only certified chefs on the island. Fb: gilimexicankitchen
GOOD EARTH CAFE
NEW on GILI AIR - Indian Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurant cooked with love and passion, creating healthy, nutritious food and drinks. Visit us for brunch, lunch and dinner. See you soon.
Good Earth Café is a must if visiting Gili Air! Gluten-free, vegan and raw options await. Maybe after a yoga class… Open daily 7:15am-4.45pm. Located within H20 Yoga.
Musa Cookery located in the center of Gili Air serves vegetarian, vegan and raw superfood. Housed in a 150 year old teak Joglo, open for breakfast, lunch and all day desserts all made in house and supplied from Musa’s permaculture garden.
COFFEE & THYME We are all about delicious freshly brewed coffee, homemade cakes and food. Our food & drinks are also great for take away and you can order cakes for special occasions with us. Come any time for a good time! coffeeandthyme.com
INGS GARDEN SPEAK WITH THE TASTE. Classy healthy vegan, vegetarian, local food, dessert, smoothies, juice, icy cold coconut, Indonesian drink. Bar. Everyday BreakfastLunch-Dinner in green garden. TripAdvisor & fb. Ings Garden Cafe & Bar Ings Garden Cafe & Accomodation
AN ABUNDANCE OF NATURAL BEAUTY AND TRADITIONAL LIVING
LOMBOK With its largely unspoiled natural environment, vivid, diverse traditional culture and increasing infrastructure, Lombok island is an interesting compromise between touristic Bali and wild Sumbawa. Jagged coasts and sheltered bays, white-sanded empty beaches and lush green hills lined by rice paddies overlooked by majestic Mount Rinjani characterise Lombok’s natural landscape, while in traditional villages a diversity of practices coexist. The island is dotted with mosques, symbols of Islam, the
most practiced religion, but there are some important Hindu temples scattered in the West, heritage of the Hindu tradition. Sasak people, Lombok’s indigenous people, practice a syncretic form of Islam (wetu telu), which blends Hindu-Buddhist influences, Sunni Islam, animism and ancestral worship. Authentic Sasak villages offer a valuable insight into the island’s traditional culture, famous for the turun temurun, Capital city Mataram is a busy town with colourful markets and the gate to Senggigi’s stunning bays in the North and Mt Rinjani’s green slopes to the East. In the South, world-class surf breaks, a multitude of pristine beaches and
gentle hills are an open invitation to explore the surroundings at one’s pace and enjoy the tropical vibe. The East offers a complete different scenery; from waterfalls, rainforests and hills carpeted with rice paddies, the surroundings of Mount Rinjani provide a myriad of hike options, from easy walks to very challenging treks in a beautiful panoramic landscape. In the South-West, facing Lembar harbour and Sekotong, are the less known Gili’s (meaning “small island”), where snorkeling in the lively reef and chilling on the empty beaches are the few tourists’ main activity. With its cultural and environmental diversity, Lombok is the ideal destination to discover something new everyday.
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SCUBADIVING Divers from all over the world come to experience the underwater world of the Gili Islands. Warm clear waters, many dive spots easily accessible and suitable to all levels make the Gilis a great diving destination, appealing to beginners who experience the Big Blue for the first time as well as to experienced or technical divers who are interested in small sea creatures and unusual dive spots. Gililife 38
Expect to swim with elegant white and black-tip sharks and friendly turtles, observe extravagant cephalopods and ghost pipe-fish hidden in plain sight and explore wrecks turned into the home of colourful fish schools! Home to over 3,500 marine species including a variety of small sea creatures, the Gilis are also becoming a soughtafter destination for muck diving.
There are a multitude of centres that can plan just the right dive for you and the Gili Islands Dive Association ensures high diving standards and safe diving practices are applied at all times. Every diver contributes to a â€œreef taxâ€?, which is included in the cost of their first dive and goes to support the NGO Gili Eco Trust, a conservation organisation who implements projects such as coral reef restoration biorocks.
From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free. JACQUES COUSTEAU, Time Magazine, March 28, 1960
LEVELS OF DIVING Open Water Diver Age: 10+ / 3-4 days Max dive depth: 18m You learn how to dive and get a certificate after passing an assessment at the end. Advanced Open Water Diver Age: 12+ / 2-3 days Max dive depth: 30m You perfect your skills with 2 compulsory dives: navigation and deep diving, you choose 3 other specialties. Rescue Diver Age: 15+ / 4 days You learn what to do in the event of a problem on various rescue scenarios. Dive Master Age: 18+ / 4 weeks+ Working closely with an instructor, you learn how a diving centre works and acquire extensive experience by going on many dives. 39 Gililife
This months featured species
Remora is a type of suckerfish belonging to the Echeneidae family. It is famous for the habit to stick to another organism to move across the ocean. Remoras do not have a swimming bladder and their dorsal fin is modified to a sucking organ that acts like a suction disc. They mainly attach to sharks, turtles and dolphins, but sometimes also to small boats. They typically feed on their hosts’ parasites or food leftovers. In exchange for “a lift”, remoras remove
bacteria, dead skin and unwanted organisms from their hosts! Remoras can grow up to 90cm long and they start attaching to other organisms after about a year from hatching, when they are about 3cm long and their suction disc is developed. Did you know... The word “remora” means “delay” In Latin ; in fact, in ancient times remoras were believed to cause a ship to stop or delay its journey.
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SNORKELLING Snorkelling is a good way to freely explore the waters around the Gili islands. Let yourself drift with the current whilst being careful because sometimes it can be very strong. You can easily rent the mask, snorkel and fins on all the Gili islands. Another option is taking part in a snorkelling trip â€“ a day out on a boat.
Many local agencies offer this service and you can book this trip on site or at your hotel. You leave in the morning around 9am for a full circuit of the Gilis, you stop for lunch and come back at about 4pm. Regardless of the island where you depart from, the boats will tour the most famous spots of the three islands, where marine life is abundant. Expect to see parrotfish and butterfly fish, dense schools of revallies as well as some species of soft corals. Snake eels are also a common sight and you will most probably see giant turtles swimming along your side.
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Learn to dive deeper on just one breath, without any equipment except your fins and maskÂ ! Freediving is the most natural and quiet way to explore and get closer to animals underwater and is a discipline that teaches you to relax and be at ease with yourself. The best way to learn is from a professional and in the Gili islands many dive centres are specialised in freediving and offer courses and dives for all levels, in different sites and ensuring safety first at all times. Freediving teaches us about the connection between our body and mind, patience, perceived limitations and challenging our self-imposed boundaries. What we learn in the water can also be applied to our daily lives on dry land. There are many different aspects to apnea, including underwater hockey, underwater rugby, spearfishing etc. You just need to find your favourite way of being underwater.
It's no wonder that the Gilis are becoming a popular yoga destination. Stunning ocean views, colourful striped skies profiling Mount Rinjani and Mount Agung at sunrise and sunset and the natural setting make the Gilis an inspiring place to practice. Many remarkable yoga schools scattered around the three islands offer classes that cater for the tastes of picky yogis as well as to open-minded visitors who want to try yoga for the first time.
Ubud is Indonesiaâ€™s most famous yoga destination, but more and more people come to practice in the Gilis, where yoga classes can be taken in bamboo structures surrounded by peaceful gardens, rooftop terraces where you can meditate as the sun appears on the horizon, or breezy shalas on the beach. For a closer contact with the water element, you can even try yoga on a stand-up paddleboard. Worst-case scenario you will have a refreshing swim! 45 Gililife
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WATERSPORTS The Gili islands offer endless possibilities to water lovers beside diving and snorkelling. Enquire at one of the many watersport centres for a variety of activities on all the three islands. You can take a Glass-Bottom Boat tour to see the underwater world
without adventuring into the ocean. Otherwise, you can rent a Kayak and explore the coastline at your own pace or opt for a Stand-Up Paddle Board, a great way to approach the water and test your balancing skills. On Gili Air and Gili Trawangan there are a few nice Surf spots which are
worth a â€œdawnieâ€?, you just need to be aware of currents and tides and a bit experienced. Subwing is the ultimate watersport that allows you to glide in the water pulled by a boat at slow speed, while Parasailing will bring you to new heights to then safely land in the water! Have fun!
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There is no better way to relax after a day of diving and snorkelling or cruising around the Gilis than receiving a good massage. Many spas in the three islands offer different types of massages as well as all kinds of beauty treatments. If you like it strong, we suggest to try traditional Sasak or Balinese massage, while for a more relaxing treatment, probably an Ayurvedic massage is the best option. Pedicure and manicure for both men and women or different waxing techniques are available; earcandles is a relaxing and unique way to have your ears cleaned and foot reflexology an excellent antidote to feet tired of walking around the islands. You can choose to receive your treatment in an oceanview spa or in the quietness of a bamboo breezy terrace; also check out the spas of the best hotels on the islands, as they offers quality treatments at a good price.
MORE FUN ONLAND
OTHER ACTIVITIES There are uncountable activities you can enjoy on land in all three islands. You can decide to learn how to cook delicious dishes from Indonesian cuisine or how to make jewellery, and even take part in an art class! You may find yourself exploring WWII bunker remnants in Trawangan or riding a horse at sunset, sweating in the gym or dancing to the rhythm of salsa! Try capoeira, samba, or explore different styles of yoga such as fly-high, sunset meditation, aerial silk or acroyoga! When night falls, go for a movie on the beach or squeeze your brain and join a quiz night. If you want to mingle with the locals, join them for a football or beachball match on the beach or challenge them in a badminton game! Check the latest updates at one of the local agencies or ask at the reception of your hotel.
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3rd Tide 13:40 (high) 14:50 (high) 16:50 (high) 19:10 (high) 21:20 (high) 12:20 (high) 13:20 (high) 14:20 (high) 15:50 (high) 18:20 (high) 10:20 (high) 10:55 (high)
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ART Indonesia is a treasure-chest of art forms. With over 17,000 islands, art is the expression of the archipelago’s hundreds of tribal cultures and the result of centuries of trade, exchanges and colonial presence. The diversity of ethnic groups is reflected in the varied linguistic, religious and costume traditions co-existing within the country and art is no exception. Handicrafts, textiles, ceremonial items as well as forms of theatre and traditional dances exalt the influence of traditional cultures in daily life. At the same time, Indonesia maintains a very vivid contemporary art scene; many contemporary local artists are known at an international level and the country is a hot destination for worldwide artists and designers, who come here to get inspiration. Across the country, different forms of ancient animist cults are still worshipped, bringing with them prehistoric influences in architectural elements and handicraft. We find impressive funerary monuments and inscribed massive stones, headdresses made of animals’ feathers and bones and carefully carved tribal jewelry. Textiles are another artwork Indonesians are rightly Gililife 52
proud of. Textile designs takes inspiration from various sources, and we find Chinese and Islamic symbols as well as patterns from the Dutch and Portuguese tradition. We recognise Hindu and Buddhist elements in monuments, sculptures and bas-reliefs in archaeological sites such as Borobudur as well as in paintings and craftwork in touristic areas such as Bali. Jakarta’s museums are guardians of the country’s historical milestones, while in Yogyakarta, where the Sultan’s family has always supported different art forms, the art scene is today rich and diverse. Jakarta and Yogyakarta are also connected to the international contemporary art scene, showcasing a variety of exhibitions, theatre plays and dance shows at all levels and for all tastes. Street art and graffiti culture are a big part of Indonesia’s current art scene, and murals decorate many cities, often on legal grounds. Art is in the Indonesian blood and all movement, action and object will remind you of the diverse artistic soul of this beautiful country!
Ceramics & Pottery Ceramics is a very important sector for the Indonesian economy, with a production of 350 million square metres in 2016 only. The strong Chinese influence on ceramics can be seen in the beautiful traditional vessels and plates, as well as in some ceramic jewelry production. Lombok pottery (turun temerun) is a beautiful example of traditional crafts passed over from one generation to the next.
Textile/woven art Amazing range of cotton and silk sarongs, woven ikat and carpets, stamped batik, embroidered fabrics with patterns and motifs influenced by the Chinese, Indian and Islamic traditions as well as by Dutch symbolism and traditionally made in almost all the big islands.
Handicrafts in natural fibers/materials Rattan, bamboo and alang-alang are just some of the natural materials used to create lovely handicraft for ceremonies and to sell as souvenirs. From woven banana-leaf items designated to religious rituals to handy rattan basket and practical bamboo kitchenware, natural fibers are an eco-friendly material that has been used for centuries to make a range of artwork and objects for daily use. Gililife 54
(leather/shadow & wood Wayang) Representing characters of the Hindu epic Ramayana, used in traditional theatre art for centuries. Intricate leather motifs and three-dimensional wooden figures representing good and evil forces are today heritage of an ancient theatre tradition and popular touristsâ€™ souvenirs.
Shells & Jewelry People have always been attracted by the beauty of precious shells, often using them as a currency and to make quality jewelry. Mostly associated with tribal art of Timor, West Papua and Moluccas, shells are also used to produce fine kitchenware for home interiors in Bali and Jakarta. Pearls and gemstones are used to produce beautiful silver and gold jewelry, including antique bracelets and rings with diamonds, opal and amethyst among other precious stones.
Paintings & Calligraphy We find beautiful paintings in traditional textiles as well as in Balinese ancient and contemporary traditions and romantic naturalistic work from the XIX century. The Islamic influence on calligraphy has produced a variety of beautifully decorated ceramics, jewelry and carpets.
Stone carvings Stone carvings in Borobudur are some of the most famous, although Indonesiaâ€™s carving tradition is very ancient and representative of a variety of ethnic groups. Stone carvings can be found on a number of inscriptions, bas-relief and beautiful statues in a variety of forms and uses across the whole country. Stone statues produced in Bali are a very popular garden decoration element.
Indonesian vernacular architecture features one of the worldâ€™s largest variety in terms of shape, size and use of materials. From the Dayak river longhouses to the Batak rumah adat (traditional houses) and the Manggarai drum houses, traditional buildings are an infinite source of artistic inspiration featuring a large use of natural materials and ancient yet innovative building techniques.
Wooden carvings Woodwork includes furniture-making, for which Indonesia is worldwide famous, especially as far as antique colonial furnishing is concerned. Wooden carvings range from sculptures representing Hindu gods and demons to beautiful patterns on ancient inscriptions. Javanese carved panels are a sought-after interior design element and primitive tribal masks are still used in traditional ceremonies, especially in the east of the country. 55 Gililife
Here are just some of the variety of forms of art you can find in the different Indonesian islands.
ACEH Gold jewellery, Traditional dance KALIMANTAN Dayak blow guns, Tribal art/statues, Traditional dance, Shells and bones jewellery
SUMATRA Textiles fabric pattern, Pattern carving, Gold jewellery, Traditional dance, Music Islamic and Christian influence
JAVA Traditional puppets, Fine art, Traditional carving, Bas-relief, Silverwork, Angklung, Gamelan, Flutes, Gongs, Batik Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, Colonial influence
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There are many more to be discovered and appreciated!
SULAWESI North: Tribal art, Traditional carvings, Silk sarongs, Traditional patterns on fabrics, Gold jewlery, Kulintang musical instrument South: Toraja tribal art and sculpture (kuno), Funerary monuments Animist influence
SUMBA Ikat, Funerary monuments Flores/ Sumbawa influence
MOLUCCAS Pearls & jewellery, Textiles, Bamboo installations, Tribal dance Animist influence WEST PAPUA & TIMOR Tribal jewellery, Tribal art/statues, Sasando musical instrument Animist influence
LOMBOK Pottery, Textile, Gamelan SUMBAWA Textiles, Traditional dance
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Any street artist would claim street art has always existed. In Indonesia, from prehistoric murals on funerary monuments, graffiti of independent artists until tags on public toilets, this artistic expression has developed into a very rich street art scene that ranges between wall tagging and font writing to government supported murals, screen printing and visual advertising. The influence of fine arts, traditional textiles motifs and patterns as well as of religious symbolism in paintings and traditional carving can be felt in todayâ€™s street art, which is increasingly been exposed in art galleries. More and more artists have claimed their identity to government agencies and Ngos, who support artistic works in small and large events, from concerts to big
urban regeneration programs. Mainly concentrated in the big cities in Java, the street art scene includes collectives of local artists who collaborate with the authorities to spread art on the walls of the country. This generation of artists aims at being recognised as proper artists while maintaining their passion for popular, grass-root urban art. An example is Kei island in the Molukas, where some Indonesian artists were called by the local government to paint some areas as part of a tourism development project. Yogyakarta is currently the biggest street art scene in the country, home of many of independent art collective besides Jakarta, Bandung, Malang and Surabaya. In East Indonesia, street art remains traditional, attached to ancestral tribal influences and practices.
You can find beautiful examples of Indonesian street art in many cities in Java such as Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Bangung and even Malang and Bogor. Just walk around the cities with your eyes open and donâ€™t hesitate to visit art spaces and collectives! It is free of charge! 59 Gililife
ART Meet Hardi... Originally from Sulawesi, Hardi is an artist who now lives in Gili Air, where he runs K69, a restaurant and art space located on the north side of the island. His experience as an artists spans from artistic residences in Europe to exhibitions in Jakarta, art social programs and environmental classes in disadvantaged communities in Bali and Lombok, art spaces in Yogyakarta and artistic cafes in Jakarta. In this short interview, we understand what Gili Life means for him as an artist! What is art for you? Part of life on the Universe What is life for you? Part of art on the Universe What does living in the Giliâ€™s islands mean for you? Of the many places I have lived and felt in Indonesia, the Giliâ€™s islands are certainly the place that I feel more multicultural in terms of artistic expression, as long as we are respectful. In other main islands like Java and Bali the art scene is rich and diverse, especially the movement of independent art collectives, though it is often coordinated by government programs or big art collectives and galleries. It is common to have misunderstandings with local organisations or of groups who supposedly act in the name of society. In the Giliâ€™s, everyone can make art with any topic and there will not be much fuss about it. The constant international exchange and laid-back local culture allow for mutual exchange and artistic growth. I feel teachers are open to educational programs and many local organisations are working for the same goals of integration and environmental awareness.
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Flowers & Fire Yoga
An introduction to Flowers & Fire Yoga Tapaz Anahata Tropical Villas
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FLOWERS AND FIRE YOGA GARDEN AND MEDITATION CENTRE GILI AIR When Patanjali put together the 195 aphorisms that compose the wellknown Yoga Sutras, his intention was supposedly to create threads (sutra) of thoughts to transmit some of the old teachings of the Vedas, namely Hinduism’s oldest scriptures. The choice of the “sutra”, or short phrase, was taken to express large amount of knowledge in a condensed form and therefore overcome the limits of oral transmission. This is how fundamental concepts analysing human behaviour and psychological patterns were passed on generation after generation. The result is a series of teachings that are currently considered the basis of yoga philosophy, namely the process of finding stillness in the mind and perceiving objects as they truly are, regardless of human judgement, perception or the distractions of the human mind. This approach lists a
series of fundamental guiding principles that help elevate human beings to a patient, detached and content approach to life, allowing us to connect to the ever-shining light of awareness that lies within each one of us. As most of those who have tried know very well, it is not easy to constantly keep the focus on our centre, also known as purusa (light of awareness), as the path to enlightenment is full of obstacles and moments of self-doubt. Surrounding yourself with positive energies (people, places, opportunities) contributes to this process, as well as a regular practice of the philosophical and physical principles of Yoga. With its calm yet lively energy and the beautiful souls living in this space, Flowers & Fire in Gili Air will bring your practice to the next level, supporting in your personal quest for light. 65 Gililife
GILI ZOOM Flowers & Fire is a yoga studio located in the heart of Gili Air known for its diverse offerings of classes and the professional approach to yoga philosophy and practices. Opened in May 2018, Flowers & Fire is the latest Yoga addition on the island, filling the need for advanced practice and in-depth study of yoga. From introduction to meditation to traditional Ashtanga classes, the studio also hosts Kirtan sessions and dedicated classes combining different limbs of yoga. Almost entirely built in natural materials, the studio has two spacious yoga shalas, both featuring a welcoming wooden floor and high ceilings with natural air-flow, ideal for morning and afternoon practice. The healthy cafe downstairs encourages guests to stay after class and live in the beautiful space, nurturing them with soul food as they appreciate a new perspective on life with a view on the garden and inside Gililife 66
themselves. From healthy juices and smoothie bowls to salad bowls and small bites, the cafe is bound to become a hang-out place also for health conscious digital nomads. Three Lumbung-style bungalows and two private rooms equipped with AC and a fridge provide spaces for those who want to take in the yoga experience fully while living in the same place where they practice. The accommodation options also respond to the future needs of the studio, which aims to become a retreat venue. “Beside the yoga, I wanted to create a space where people can get together and just chill, hang out and feel at home.” Emily, the owner, said. “Flowers & Fire is a spot for grounding, where you can get a home-cooked meal while chatting with friends and feel spiritually connected.” she added.
Yoga & More “At Flowers & Fire we want to create a safe zone to cultivate an awareness of sensations through movement, be a supportive tool to convey transcendence and provide a limitless space to escape everyday life, where people can move with curiosity and find bliss in dynamic motion.” Emily said. “From drop-in classes to workshops and retreats, the purpose is to expand people’s spiritual journey and unlock the energy of the body, so that we can all implement the principles of non-attachment, unanimity and other of the limbs of yoga as transmitted by Patanjali Sutras” Emily added. Engage in Flowers & Fire chakra journey day by day and unfold your real self! Check Flowers & Fire Facebook page for the most updated schedule!
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TAPAZ FEEL THE SPANISH VIBE! GILI TRAWANGAN When Spaniards invite you to “Tapear” with them you don’t have to worry, but simply join the fun: you will soon have a big glass of wine in your hands and you’ll be licking your fingers as you taste one “tapas” after the next! In fact, “Tapear” refers to the typical Spanish activity of going from bar to bar for drinks and small bites, which are known as “tapas”. The origin of this word is not certain, but legends say that in Spanish taverns drinks have been accompanied with something to eat on the side since the times of King Alfonso X The Wise (11th century). The word “tapas” does not refer to specific food, but simply to the size of the
portion, which is typically smaller than an ordinary serving (known as ración). Tapas includes cold and hot dishes, vegetarian and meat or fish options and a great diversity of culinary traditions, ranging across all of Spain. Due to Spain’s geographical position, most traditional tapas feature ingredients such as olives and olive oil, garlic, and Mediterranean delicacies such as free range pork or local seafood products. You don’t need to be in Spain to dive into the cozy and friendly atmosphere of a Spanish Tapas Bar, but simply venture to Gili Trawangan main strip and get carried away by the energy at Tapaz, the one and only Tapas Bar in the Gili Islands!
GILI ZOOM No wonder one is captivated by Tapaz, Trawangan’s colourful tapas bar. This small yet hectic cafe features a unique interior design, able to evoke the warmth of a Mediterranean al fresco restaurant as well as of an intimate Moroccan riad (traditional house). The geometric patterns of the ceramic tiled floor blend with the Moroccan lanterns and the Spanishthemed murals, immediately transporting you to a laid-back afternoon during summer in Spain. Open from 11am to 11pm, Tapaz gets busier in the evenings, when people from all over the world gather for a drink and especially to indulge in the selection of small bites of Tapaz menu. “People come
here for the food and the music.” Dea, the manager, said. “The tables’ set up is made on purpose to make people mingle and interact; it’s easy to make new friends at Tapaz!” she added with a smile. The bar concept has gone beyond Spanish tapas culinary traditions to fully embrace the pleasure of enjoying a snack while having a drink. From the original Spanish tortilla to the Italian bruschetta and the Indonesian perkedel (potato croquette), the menu includes small bites delicacies from across the world, paying tribute to street food and typical dishes of a variety of cultures. Don’t know where to start? Get a drink and receive a free tapas! The rest will come!
Let’s dance Beside the selection of small bites, Tapaz Bar is known for the convivial atmosphere, which contributes to the informal vibe of the place. You will easily find yourself making friends with complete strangers and move your hips to live music as you taste small plate after small plate. Feel the Spanish/Reggae vibe on Mondays, dance to Pop Rock on Wednesday and let yourself go to Spanish Pop Rock and an active Tapaz night on Friday! Que rico! Tapaz has a drink for any taste. Want to feel the Spanish vibe? Explore the jug menu and discover the Tapaz white or red sangria or start in style and go for the wine! If you feel in need for a detox, why not select one of the healthy fresh juices? If you like beer, there is no better place to go as here you will find the whole Stark collection, the best locally drafted beers. Last but not least, Tapaz serves a wide range of tropical cocktails, so get a Bloody Mary and start your tapas binge! You cannot leave without tasting the classic Tortilla de Patatas, better if accompanied by a tasty Montadito de Salmon. Don’t forget you’re in Indonesia, so try the famous Perkedel! Prefer it a bit more classy? Then the Tuna Tartare is the perfect choice!
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ANAHATA TROPICAL PRIVATE VILLAS AN ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS TROPICAL HEART GILI AIR Considering the environmental impact of our holidays has become an important aspect of travelling that we cannot longer ignore. The choice of the destination, the property and our daily habits when travelling can make a difference in the big picture of today’s mass tourism trends. We would all love to be able to enjoy a pristine unspoiled environment and refusing straws and plastic bags, bringing your own carrier bag and own bottle are some of the simple steps you can take to limit your environmental impact. Indeed, the consequences of the indiscriminate use of plastic are such that it is essential to reduce, recycle and reuse whenever possible in order to alleviate the burden of local disposal systems which, when existing, are overloaded with leftovers from redundant packagings and
disposable items. This is even more visible in small islands like the Gili’s, where all the trash produced need to be transported to Lombok or to Bali for proper disposal. Choosing a hotel that respects and implements simple standards of environmental sustainability is another aspect you should consider if you care for the environment. Anahata in Gili Air is an ecoconscious business proud to place environmental care as a priority. “There is still a long way to sufficiently protect the environment in the Gili’s, but each one of us can start by taking small steps. We have wonderful conditions on this small island to share useful information about the importance of environmental protection to our team. We can all contribute to preserve this wonderful island." the two lady owners said. 73 Gililife
GILI ZOOM Anahata refers to the Sanskrit term for Heart, and it is often used to refer to the heart centre of energy, or chakra, that we all have at the height of our sternum, in the centre of our chest. Anahata is a compound of three private tropical villas that was uniquely designed to combine the love for the island and for natural materials as well as to transmit a feeling of holidays and relaxation. The design reflects Sasak traditional vernacular architecture, featuring Lumbung-shaped villas and the typical soft, simple and round shape. Anahata features large lumbungs with private plunge pool built in natural materials, equipped with all modern amenities and offering high levels of privacy, away from indiscreet eyes. The
beautiful garden with a view on the coconut plantations is the ideal space where to enjoy your tropical privacy and the well curated light and interior design ensure a comfortable holiday in style. Great attention is given to the environment and all staff has been the first team to obtain a certificate of attendance of the PlasticFreeParadise Training. This education project ran by Gili Shark Conservation introduces the problem of plastic pollution and provides some solutions on how to keep our beautiful island green & clean. As less plastic as possible is found on the premises and even organic trash bag are soon going to be integrated in the plastic-free policy of the property, where team-building activities around the theme of environmental conservation are organised on a regular basis.
Heart and Family Anahata was build with love, everything is done with and for the heart, and this mission can be felt as you step in. Be spoiled by the caring staff who, attentive yet very discreet, are extremely friendly and always ready to help. You will smile as Amir calls you by name and Dani makes you feel at home. Ask anything you need to Ben, Alberto and Angel and you will immediately feel part of the lovely Anahata family.
KUTA DENPASAR AIRPORT JIMBARAN
Padang Bai Candi Dasa
BALI ISLAND OF THE GODS
BATUR Reaching 1,717m, Mt Batur is located 30km North of Ubud and it is easily accessible with a 3/4h trek way and back. You will start going up in the morning to behold the sunrise and enjoy a magnificent view over Mount Rinjani and Agung.
KUTA Located close to the airport, Kuta is a good starting point for the exploration of the Islands of the Gods. Known for the surfer's beach and the breathtaking sunsets, it is also a great destination for night life and shopping.
PERMUTARAN North of Bali and West of Singaraja is the small town of Permutaran, a strip rich of accommodation options and diving centres. It is the perfect starting point to explore the amazing underwater world around the island of Menjangan.
SEMINYAK Chic and posh, Seminyak is a town on the move located North of Kuta. It is the place in Bali to find the best high class restaurants and any kind of chic boutiques. It is Bali's party hot spot and you will certainly have a great time.
LOVINA A small seaside town that offers a pleasant and quiet atmosphere. It is the starting point to the North or the mountains in the centre of the island. The main attraction is dolphin watching. You will leave early in the morning for sunrise.
CANGGU Canggu is located to the north of Seminyak. It is the trendiest new hotspot of Bali where barista vintage coffees share space with custom motorbikes shops and surfing lifestyle. Echo Beach is the most popular site on the beach.
BUKIT – ULUWATU Famous surf spot overlooking the magnificent Pura Luhur Temple. There are many beaches in Uluwatu; some white sandy beaches such as Balangan, Dreamland, Bingin, Impossible beach and Padang Pagang, perfect for a scooter ride. NUSA LEMBONGAN This beautiful small island measures 8sq/km and is surrounded by white sandy beaches and pristine waters. It is known for its surf and dive spots, and for the large and friendly manta ray population. Local people complement the revenues from the tourism industry by cultivating seaweed. JIMBARAN Going South of Kuta on the way to Bukit peninsula, stop in Jimbaran for a gourmet treat. The bay forms a beautiful strip of white sand populated by several “warungs” (restaurants), where you can savour the best lobsters of the island while enjoying the sunset!
AMED Located 1h by fast boat from the Gili's, Amed is a must-go destination, appreciated for its traditional culture and nice diving, especially the “Liberty” wreck in Tulamben, a few km to the North. Go for a ride on a scooter and discover the beautiful rice paddies around town. CANDIDASA A small relaxed town, the perfect starting point to explore the East of Bali. Do not miss the Tirta Ganga and Pura Lempuyang temples, as well as the beautiful white sandy beach located after BugBug village on the way to Amlapura. AGUNG At 3,142m above sea level, this is Bali's highest volcano and the most worshipped. There are many paths that bring to the top. You will start the trek during the night and reach at sunrise. The trek way and back takes about 10/11 hours.
UBUD On the way to the mountains of Central Bali is Ubud, the other important tourist destination in Bali. Discover Balinese culture in all its diversity: music, dance, art...Explore the surroundings and enjoy the luscious green paddy fields. TANAH LOT It is the most visited temple in Bali and one of the most worshipped sea temples by the Balinese. Nestled on a rocky hill, this temple is at its best at sunset time. Surrounded by sea water, it also holds a source of freshwater. DANAU BRATAN This mountainous area enjoys cool and foggy weather. Bedugul is the first site, followed by Candikuning. The area is known for the production of strawberries and the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, an important temple located in the middle of the lake.
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BAYAN – MASJID KUNO Built in the 16th century, the Bayan Mosque is the oldest mosque in Lombok. It has woven bamboo walls and is built on stone foundation. It is located around 80 km from Mataram and is part of a very interesting and meaningful religious site.
GERUPUK Gerupuk is a small fishermen's village known for its peaceful life and surfing spots. If you love to surf or are looking for a white empty beach just for you, Gerupuk Bay is the perfect destination!
NATURE & ADVENTURE
TREKKING - RINJANI Mount Rinjani soars to 3726m above sea level (2nd highest volcano in Indonesia). The ascent does not require highly technical skills but rather determination! Start from Senaru, North Lombok, a site also known for its magnificent waterfalls.
WATERFALLS - SENARU From the village of Senaru it takes 20 minutes walk to access the waterfalls. You can cross the valley and go down the 315 steps following the irrigation canals. Powerful waterfall, locals say that it must go behind to rejuvenate a year!
KUTA Kuta is a small town famous for its surfing “beach break” and “reef break”. You can rent boards in several places and take lessons. Its beach is a beautiful and wide sandy cove surrounded by small hills. SELONG BLANAK Selong Blanak is a beautiful bay strewn with small shops. The main attraction is surfing, however swimming remains possible. The waves are perfect for beginners. You will easily find somewhere to rent a board for a few hours.
MAWUN Donâ€™t miss Mawun beach under any circumstances! Located 20 minutes west of Kuta Lombok by scooter, the road there is beautiful and safe. Youâ€™ll travel alongside rice paddies and small traditional villages with typical "Sasak" houses.
SENGGIGI Senggigi is a bustling town on the West cost of Lombok littered with luxury hotels, restaurants, shops of all kinds, and a craft market. About ten kilometers on either side of the city there are beautiful beaches lined with coconut palms.
GILI GEDE Gili Gede is a tropical jewel. The lack of traffic and untouched nature are two of the main features of this island! The clear waters and abundant marine life guarantee fantastic snorkeling experience steps from your bungalow.
TANJUNG AAN The Tanjung Aan bay is huge with pristine, fine, white sand on one side, and on the other, a golden sandy beach with large grains. A central rock separates the two different beaches and you can climb it to admire the magnificent view! EKAS Renowned for its world-class surfbreaks and strong wind that blows all year round, this peninsula is the paradise for surfers and kite-surfers. Ekas also offers white beaches with pristine water on sandy bottoms!
MATARAM Mataram, the capital of Lombok has several sectors: Ampenan, the pear, Mataram, the administrative center, Cakra, the business center and Bertais-Sweta where the bus station is located. From the Gilis, take the monkey forest road and visit the Mall for a shopping session! BANYUMULEK The Sasak artisans of Lombok produce pottery for centuries and pass on their traditions from one generation to another. Visit one of the most important centers in Banyumulek where you will observe the manufacturing process and find a wide range of objects.
DESERT POINT Said to be "the best left in the world", Desert Point is an oasis for experienced surfers. Break is located near the village of Bangko-Bangko and produces powerful rollers that can be surfed up to 300m. The best season is from May to September. TETEBATU This small quaint town lies just south of Mount Rinjani National Park. Here you can experience real, traditional village life in Lombok, along with an array of cultural experiences and beautiful waterfalls.
LONGAN The Dimocarpus longan is original from China and is now widely spread across Asia, where it is also known as the “dragon’s eye” because of the eye-shaped white mark on the pit. Sometimes mistaken for a lychee, longan have a softer skin and a sweeter taste then their more famous cousins. The skin of the longan fruit is brown and can be easily open; the flesh is translucent and soft and encases a small black seed. The taste is light and slightly resembles the flavour of a grape.
HEALTH PROPERTIES Boost you immune system! Longan contain high content of Vitamin C and Vitamin A Get healthy! Longan are low in fat and calories! Get energised! Longan are rich in complex carbohydrates, which increase stamina and energy levels! Combat anemia! High iron content support the production of red blood cells and reduce the risk of anemia! Keep your heart healthy! Rich in minerals, longan are good for your cardiovascular system and support heart health.
Did You Know... The seeds of longan can treat snake bites. Press the eye of the seed onto the snakebite area to absorb the venom! Gililife 84
INGREDIENTS Crust: ½ cup raw cashew nuts 3 dates ½ tbsp maple syrup ½ tbsp coconut oil Filling: ½ cup raw cashew nuts 2 tbsp coconut oil 2 tbsp agave 20 longan fruit, peeled and de-seeded 1 tsp vanilla extract ½ tsp salt
LONGAN RAW CHEESECAKE This fresh and healthy dessert is an easy to make vegan raw sweet treat to refreshen on hot days and leave you with cravings for more!
PREPARATION • Process all crust ingredients in a processor until you obtain a soft crumble • Transfer to a mold and press down into a flat crust • Put in the freezer • Blend all filling ingredients until you obtain a smooth cream • Pour the filling into the pan over the crust and smooth out the top • Freeze for 5-6 hours or overnight • Remove from the mold, slice and enjoy! Gililife 86
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Love life will be blissful this month. Health will face some difficulties so take rest. Financially you will get the support of family and friends.
Health prospects are splendid and there will be alterations to diet and exercise program. Love life with your spouse will be heavenly. Career will be subjected to transformation.
Love relationships will be energetic, and Mercury will help your social life. Personal finances may face difficulties, but your partner will make up with financial support.
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Family members are facing difficulties, but life with your spouse will be enjoyable. Health will have no problems, however your professional life will be challenging.
You are helping your partner to improve the finances. Mercury is beneficial for social life, but love life is a source of tension. Personal health will be great.
Marital life may be troubled, while singles will have fruitful romantic alliances. Psychological well-being will be essential for maintaining your physical health.
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Life with your spouse will be quite pleasant and singles will get their love mates. You will come across various opportunities to improve your finances.
Life with your spouse will be both romantic and passionate. You will find yourself restricted in new financial ventures, but family is available to assist.
Romantic relationships will be fun. You will find professional life demanding this month. Financial prosperity will face obstacles and you will have problem in meeting expenses.
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Financial wealth can be improved by using your ingenuity and with the help of planetary aspects. Relationship with family members will be a priority this month. Health will be excellent.
Singles will have plenty of opportunities for getting romantic partners. Health can be maintained with sufficient rest. Financial progress will be wonderful at the end of July.
Professional life will be frantic. Social connections will play an important role in the monetary growth. Health will require the support of spiritual healing techniques.
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