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Introducing the newest restaurant to Potato Head Beach Club, Lilin conceptualizes in the authentic taste of home cooked Asian cuisine. Polished with wooden walls and a long wooden communal table, Lilin reconciles a simplified atmosphere that highlights comfort and intimacy in gatherings, while leaving out its colors to the vibrant flavors of its tapas menu.


Contact RSVP 0361 4737979 Lilin Restaurant Potato Head Beach Club Jl Petitenget Seminyak 80361 Bali, Denpasar

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CONTENTS 6 OPENING PERFORMANCE Tari Pendet: A graceful , welcoming gesture. 8 BALI UPDATE News from Bali’s award-winning e-newsletter. 12 WHAT’S ON A round up of happenings, launchings, things of note and people to watch.

34 CULTURE The wandering of the Balinese soul. 36 WHERE TO GO Kartika Dewi takes us on a tour to enchanted Monkey Forest in Ubud.

40 Do WHAT TO DO you know what a becak is? Explore the uniqueness of Bali’s countryside on a unique ride.

68 ‘Spa’ SPAis a lifestyle. It is also about seeking healthy choices and taking care of your inner balance.


SHOPPING Bali’s range of shopping destinations is enormous from little back streets to major malls, and we take you to many of them. This special report is design to help you decide where to shop as well as what to buy. Enjoy.


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70 WELLBEING Facing the Future. Anti ageing is always a popular topic – and it seems that we can stay naturally healthy and ƒresh looking ƒor as long as we like.

80 NIGHTLIFE Excitement seekers, those who couldn’t resist the allure of nightlife, and addicted to the raging up-tempo beat of trance music must’ve stepped foot on Double Six Club – the club was so iconic that you’d be sinned if you don’t visit it while in Bali. Then again, just like they say, all good things must come to an end; and so the party Mecca bid its farewell last month after serving the island’s hippest party people for 24 years.

82 This STRANGER IN PARADISE year there is a bouquet of daughters, daughter-in-laws, and granddaughters flittering around Tatie Waworuntu’s garden like exotic butterflies.




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elcome to Bali, one of the most beautiful places in the world. And that’s official! I was surfing through the net looking for “the most beautiful places in the world” and up came Bali-not number one but at least in the top 30. No.1 was “Valleys of Pakistan”. Wow! They must be awesome. But also above Bali were quite a number of cities including New York, London and Paris. Hmmm, now there’s a problem for me. Parts of them are fabulous, but frankly parts are seriously deprived, poor and dangerous. But I got to thinking “why isn’t Bali No. 1?”, it really should be, or perhaps being practical, could be. What’s holding it back? Corruption? Possibly. Planning. Probably. Vision. Definitely. To be number one we have to plan well, and stick to that plan without deviation. The plan has to be based on vision, the vision to be great, outstanding, marvellous.....and to last to the end of time. At the end of Twin Oaks Drive in Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand there is a sign which says something like : “We, the City Fathers, plant these rows of oak trees so that in two hundred years, the citizens of Auckland can enjoy them. We will never see them but we know many will enjoy them forever”. That’s vision, and planning, and selflessness. In 1765 the Edinburgh City Council in Scotland asked a young town planner to create a new plan for the city. James Craig made a plan for the “New Town” that encompassed broad avenues, beautiful buildings (many by Robert Adam) squares parks and broad pavements. It still works today and was the model for many modern cities. These are the sort of visions that are needed to make Bali number one. We need a vision which says “leave the beautiful parts alone and unsploit”, which says “if we build we build to a plan that will leave the world breathless with admiration,” which says “I don’t need a reward today, I am planning for generations to come”, which says “if I alter Bali, I must alter it for the better, for the people, for the future, nothing less will do”. Bali is still considered one of the most beautiful places on earth but I’m afraid Jl. Sunset doesn’t match James Craig’s 350 year old streets and the Nusa Dua beachwalkway doesn’t match Twin Oaks Drive. And they could. If we cared enough if we had vision. Let’s work together to make this dream come true, through vision, planning and discipline. Happy Holidays. Enjoy beautiful Bali.


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Tari Pendet:

To Welcome In the olden days, dances were usually performed in a temple when there was a ceremony. There are some dances, such as Rejang dance, Pendet dance and Baris dance, which are performed as a ritualistic component of the ceremony, while other dances are performed simply for the entertainment of the participants. Today, however, we see those dances that used to be carried out for religious reasons being performed as entertainment at many different events. TEXT AND PHOTOS BY KARTIKA DEWI SUARDANA


he Pendet dance, when it is performed in a temple, usually follows the Rejang dance. Pendet dance supposedly welcomes the deities who have come to the earth to bless the ceremony. Following the rapid development of Bali’s tourism industry in recent years, the dance choreographed by I Wayan Rindi is today performed as a prelude to many dance performances. Pendet is a beautiful dance performed by a group of girls – usually five or more- dressed in many layers of wraparound prada fabric. Prada is cotton fabric printed with golden flowers. The shining fabric is wrapped tightly around the dancer’s bodies to highlight their curves. The dancers’ hair arrangement is no less important: hair is rolled into a beehive-like bun and crowned with dainty gold flowers. The dance routine is very energetic, involving a harmony of graceful


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movements from head to toe. Each dancer carries a silver bowl filled with flower petals during the performance, and at the end of the routine they pour the petals little by little over the audience as a gesture of welcome. The beauty of Tari Pendet is stunning and has attracted much attention. In 2009, a controversy about Tari Pendet arose when the dance was shown in the Enigmatic Malaysia advertisements as a cultural Malaysian dance. The issue became taboo when people began to wonder if it was indeed a reprise of the SipadanLigitan issue, a conflict during which Malaysia claimed ownership of two of Indonesia’s islands. The result was that university students in certain parts of the country went on an anti-Malaysia rally. Fortunately, the contention cooled when the Malaysian Ministry of Culture admitted the mistake and sent a letter of apology to the Indonesian government.

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QUENCHING AN ISLAND’S THIRST JAKARTA SET TO BUDGET WATER SUPPLY INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FOR BALI TO AVERT COMING WATER CRISIS The Indonesian Department of Public Works is giving Bali priority for projects connected to the supply of fresh water. Budi Yuwono of the Public Works Ministry said: “The allocation from Jakarta for the supply of fresh water next year is Rp. 3.2 trillion (US$355.5 million). But, this amount is prioritized for village areas. Especially for metropolitan areas, only Bali and East Nusa Tenggara, we have been very selective.” Reported by, Yuwono’s comments were made at a presentation at the governor office on plans for the building of a water system for the Petanu River on Friday, September 16, 2011. He said that Bali and East Nusa Tenggara were selected for special treatment because of the lack of a water-supply infrastructure in these areas. Yuwono added, “Bali is expected to experience a water deficit in 2015. While, in fact, Bali will handle a number of major international events such as the APEC Summit in 2013. Moreover, Bali is an international tourism destination. It’s not right is Bali is lacking in basic infrastructure, most of all water. Let’s not let Bali experience a water shortage.”

JASON MRAZ TO PERFORM IN BALI TOP-SELLING AMERICAN SINGER-SONGWRITER JASON MRAZ TO PERFORM IN BALI. American performing and recording artist Jason Mraz is scheduled to perform in Bali on Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Part of a four country tour of Asia, Mraz will perform in Manila (30 October) before visiting Taiwan and Thailand on his way to a Bali engagement. The 34-year-old singer-songwriter will perform at Taman Bhagawan at Tanjung Benoa with ticket sales for the Bali performance scheduled to commence September 19, 2011. The theme of the Asian tour is “Jason Mraz: A Special Acoustic Evening With Toca Rivera.” Rivera is a longtime friend and renowned percussionist who has played a key-performing role in the artist’s successful album releases and public performances to date. Mraz’s last performance in Indonesia was in March 2009 when he received rave reviews for appearances at “Java Jazz 2009.” Mraz’s last album We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and received strong sales internationally, including Indonesia. That album also contained his hit single I’m Yours.”

BALI GEARING UP FOR OBAMA VISIT INDONESIAN SECURITY MEASURES GEARING UP IN ANTICIPATION OF EAST ASIA SUMMIT AND VISIT BY U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA. The White House has confirmed that plans are moving ahead to welcome U.S. President Barack Obama to Bali in midNovember. Obama will travel from Washington, D.C. to his home state of Hawaii where he will host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit. From Hawaii he will visit Australia on November 16-17, 2011, before flying to Bali to participate in the East Asia summit. The head of the Kodam IX/Udayana military command headquartered in Bali has confirmed his readiness to cooperate with the presidential security detail to ensure a safe visit. The assurances were offered by Lt. Col Arm. Wing Handoko in a meeting with the press on Tuesday, September 13, 2011. He was accompanied by Kol. Arm. Winarto, an intelligence officer, who said: “Kodam is prepared to protect VVIPs at the conference which will be attended by many nations. We have already coordinated with the Armed Forces Headquarters.” In anticipation of the November visit, the Udayana Military Command will undertake joint exercises to be at the highest level of preparedness for the prestigious visit. Coordination is also underway with the United States Secret Service. The ultimate responsibility for matters related to the safety of the visiting heads of state rests with the National Command of the Indonesian Armed Forces and the Indonesian Presidential Security Detail. Handoko told that the threat of terrorism is included on the list of security concerns, but affirmed that Bali remains safe from all forms of terrorism.

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TEMPLE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS Pura Anyar Jaya Prana, Kalianget village, district of Seririt, Buleleng regency.

• Pura Tirta Sudamala, OCTOBER Bebalang village, south of the town of Bangli. • Pura Bukit Buluh, Gunaksa village, district of Dawan, Klungkung regency. • Pura Tengah Padang, Tegallalang village, Gianyar regency. • Pura Dalem Bitra village, district of Blahbatuh, Gianyar regency




• Pura Penataran Agung, OCTOBER Padma Tiga, Pura Pedharman Apit Yeh, Besakih complex, district of Rendang, Karangasem regency • Pura Lempuyang Madya, Purwakerti village, district of Abang, Karangasem regency • Pura Tirta Empul, district of Tampaksiring, Gianyar regency • Pura Pulaki, Banyupoh village district of Gerokgak, Buleleng regency • Pura Labuhan Aji, Temukus village, district of Banjar, Buleleng regency • Pura Segara Penimbangan, Panji village, district of Sukasada, Buleleng regency • Pura Bale Agung, Jagaraga village, district of Sawan, Buleleng regency • Pura Gde Pengastulan village, district of Seririt, Buleleng regency • Pura Beji Sangsit village, district of Sawan, Buleleng regency


• Pura Rambut Siwi, Yeh OCTOBER Embang village, district of Mendoyo, Jembrana regency. • Pura Batu Bolong, Canggu village, district of Kuta, Badung regency. • Pura Desa Banyuning village east of the town of Singaraja. • Pura Dadya Agung Pasek Bendesa, Dukuh Manuaba village, district of Tegallalang, Gianyar regency • Pura Tirta Anom Padangsigi, Sanding village, district of Tampaksing, Gianyar regency. • Pura Puri Agung Dalem Tarukan, Sawah Jero Agung, Pejeng village, district of Tampaksiring, Gianyar regency.


• Pura Pasek Gelgel, OCTOBER Badung Kaba-kaba village, district of Kediri, Tabanan regency. • Pura Agung Gunung Raung, Taro Kaja village, district of Tegallalang, Gianyar regency • Pura Desa Bubunan village, district of Seririt, Buleleng regency. • Pura Dalem Tarukan, Pulasari Peninjoan village, district of Tembuku, Bangli regency.


• Pura Pedharman (all), OCTOBER Besakih (the mohter temple complext), Karangasem regency. • Pura Bhatara Ratu Gede, Celuk village, District of Sukawati, Gianyar regency. • Pura Bhatara Ratu Widyadari, Cemengaon village, district of Sukawati, Gianyar regency. • Pura Bhatara Ratu Alit and Ratu Lingsir, Singakerta village, district of Ubud, Gianyar regency. • Pura Pemrajan Agung Sulang village, district of Dawan, Klungkung regency.


JAZZ NIGHTS VENUE Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant







9pm onwards

Fun, informal, crowded


Mannekepis Belgian Bistro

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays – sometimes also mixed with Blues and Latino

9pm onwards

Good bar crowd, loud




10pm onwards

Elegant, sophisticated


Warisan Restaurant


9.30pm onwards

Upmarket, cool, great layout


Gabah Restaurant

Monday – Sunday

9pm onwards

Informal, chilled


JP’s Warungclub


9.30pm onwards

Fun, informal, crowded



Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

8.30pm onwards

Romantic, casual


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EXQUISITE CUISINE. ELEGANT SETTING. EXTRAORDINARY LOCATION. A brilliant dining experience of the finest and premium Asian-influenced haute cuisine. Prepared by skillful and expert chefs, the menu features a delightful selection for lunch to a menu degustation for dinner, perfectly matched with an exceptional list of 400 wines, by our five-time Wine Spectator Awarded Sommelier. Toast to the night with a cocktail at the Kayuputi Champagne Bar. All this, in a priceless setting against the backdrop of gentle waves and sea breeze, by the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean, creating a memorable night. To experience the flavours of Kayuputi call (62)(361) 8478 111 or email to for reservations.




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WHAT’S ON AT NAMMOS BEACH CLUB KARMA KANDARA Halloween Costume Party (Oct. 28) Imagine a pristine white sand beach with a gorgeous blue ocean in the backdrop - now put a graveyard into the picture! On Friday October 28 Karma Kandara’s Nammos Beach Club will feature a Halloween Costume Party, showing your alltime favorite horror movies on the beach, while dancing the night away to a specially crafted international DJ set with a selection of bloody good Halloween cocktails and heaps of sweet and salty popcorn to die for! Kicking off at 8pm, you’ll get to see the tropical restaurant being transformed into a horror house, offering mouthwatering Halloween

style cocktails and barbequed foods. For those loving the old fashioned way of horror, at midnight Jack Nicolson will take over the screen in one of the most classical psycho thrillers: The Shining. Come in a costume, and get free entrance. A prize of a 2 night stay for 6 people in a 3 bed room pool villa awaits to be given away on the night for SEXIEST / MOST INNOVATIVE COSTUME – male or female!

Halloween Movie Night (Oct. 31) More scary movies will follow on the special theme Halloween Movie Night on October 31, starting at 6pm.

Nammos Beach Party (Oct. 7) Nammos Beach Club lights up your nights with a monthly beach party starting this coming Friday, October 7th. Featuring a stellar lineup of Bali’s best DJs and internationally renowned DJ Falcon in one of the world’s most unique beach club settings, you can dance the night away under the stars, sip on your favorite Nammos cocktails or lush out on the private beach cabanas with exclusive butler service all night. Kicking off at 9pm, those peckish or wanting to fill the belly for extra dancing stamina can tuck into Nammos’ legendary Beach BBQ, offering scrumptious culinary delights well into the night. Performing carefully curated sets just for these special events are Bali’s DJ elite, including DJ Poornima, Zoe Noa, The Joy Bros and many others. Expect sublime sounds, and special back to back performances on the ground shaking sound system. Entrance fee for pre-bookings: 100k + 1st drink For reservations please contact or call: 0361 – 8482200.

A DAY DEVOTED TO THE LORD OF PUPPETEERS October 29th sees the Lord of Puppeteers, Sanghyang Iswara, being honored as the Balinese Hindus celebrate Tumpek Wayang Day. On this day, puppeteers (dalang) throughout the island will present offerings to their shadow puppets (wayang kulit) with the intention of honoring Lord Iswara. The puppets are taken out of their box to be blessed by their owners and placed in position as if an actual performance is being held. The objective is to invoke smoothness and safety during a real performance, and for the puppet to be able to captivate the audience. Although this sacred day is a holiday for puppets and puppeteers, it is considered very unlucky if a baby is born on this day. Such a child is prone to illness and injury from Kala, the demon god, and if a child should come into this world on this inopportune day, a special ceremony has to be performed in order to purify the child and protect it from harm. This purification ceremony is called Sudamala; it is carried out by a dalang in which the dalang narrates a story about the birth of Kala, and how dalang receives special blessing from Kala that enables him to purify the baby. With the help of certain puppets, the dalang carries out the ceremony and makes holy water (toya penglukatan) that is used to purify the baby. 12

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MAGIC TRICK Rheza Elfuego, an illusionist and conjurer, shares some of his skills. In this issue of NOW! Bali, Rheza teaches us a simple trick that you can perform almost impromptu. Vanish the toothpick This is a simple illusion, yet very tricky. Place a toothpick in the palm of your hand, blow it and watch it vanish! 1. Prepare a toothpick, double tape, scissors and, your magical gimmick. Cut a section of double tape into the shape of your thumbnail and stick it there. 2. Stick the edge of the toothpick to the double tape on your thumbnail. 3. After the toothpick is firmly attached to your thumbnail, display it to your audience but pretend you are holding it between your thumb and index finger. 4. Spread your fingers wide, and the toothpick vanishes!

AN EXCEPTIONAL BUFFET DINNER Food created with subtlety, reflecting the best of pan-Asian and International cuisines featuring a sumptuous selection of authentic Chinese fare, a traditional Indonesian corner, a Japanese sushi bar and more. End on a high note with an irresistible choice of desserts or just settle with a plate of cheese. Accompanied with a live pianist in an intimate, softly lit ambience and genuine Balinese hospitality, your culinary experience could only be cherished. Fridays present a traditional Balinese Legong Dance performance from 08.00pm to 09.00pm. Rp. 395.000 Net Rp. 100.000 Net (For children 9 to 11 years old)

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SEMARA SPA REDEFINES THE BLISSFUL BALINESE ESCAPE Semara Resort & Spa Seminyak redefines the blissful Balinese escape. For complete escapism, the Semara Spa offers the ‘Indonesian Bliss’ treatment, featuring a warm thermal foot compress, cleansing lavender body wash, Toraja Coffee scrub, traditional Balinese Hot Spice Boreh therapy, relaxing herbal bath, enlivening Balinese massage and mini facial over the course of three heavenly hours. Give yourself over to the Semara Signature massage, a pampering 60-minute treatment combining long flowing strokes, kneading, friction and thumb pressure techniques to relieve tension, improve blood flow and ease stress. Alternatively, the 90-minute Chakra Stone Therapy massage combines human touch with the healing powers of

100% pure organic oils and Chakra stones for the complete mind, body and spiritual experience. For in-house guests, the resort offers complimentary daily yoga, meditation and pilates classes. Health-conscious guests are further catered for with a state-of-the-art gymnasium space and 25-meter lap pool. Facilities include ten treatment rooms and one couples room where guests can lift their spirits and soothe their soul with a range of pampering massages, body scrubs, wraps, manicures, pedicures, wax treatments, facials, haircuts and more. Semara Spa offers a team of highly trained therapists who customise treatments to individual needs, heightening the relaxing surrounds of the 5-star resort to a state

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS The Rotary Club of Bali Seminyak is organising a very special event on Friday, 28 October 2011 at Métis Restaurant Jl. Petitenget, in order to raise much-needed funds for their First Breast Cancer Awareness and Free Mammogram Campaign for underprivileged women in Bali. “Think Pink” is the theme for their fabulous Lunch/Fashion Show 12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m. Designs by Barbara Tollitt THE INTI COLLECTION OF BALI Since there are currently NO population-based registries in Indonesia, the exact incidence and prevalence of Breast Cancer here is not known. However, data collected from hospitals in several regions show that Cancer illnesses have increased 8% per year during the last decade. The major problem facing women here is the lack of awareness of the disease coupled with the drastic shortage of diagnostic facilities and their availability to women in the low socio-economic sector. Women harbour a fear of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation and many still believe in traditional medicines or believe that breast cancer cannot 14

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be cured. Many women are unaware of the need for regular breast examination and worse still many are simply unaware of the disease they are suffering. The Rotary Club of Bali Seminyak want to make sure that as many women as possible from the poorer areas of Bali receive free mammograms. They want to educate and teach women how to do correct breast examination, to be aware of the symptoms and to seek help in a timely manner. In the event that post surgery chemotherapy is needed, they want to be able to pay for that treatment. They need your support and whether it is through direct sponsorship, gifts or vouchers they could use in their Raffle, everything is welcome and very much appreciated. COST OF ONE MAMMOGRAM – IDR 200,000 COST OF CHEMOTHERAPY – Min. IDR 1 million per session. To book your lunch or to find out more details contact: E: P: 0853-3913-5256 W

of pure tranquility where the pressures of everyday life will be a distant memory. Located on Jalan Petitenget, just 150 metres from the beach, between the brand new W Retreat and Spa and the popular Ku De Ta Restaurant, Semara Resort & Spa is quickly establishing itself as one of Bali’s most sought-after properties. Semara Spa at Semara Resort and Spa Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak Phone: +62361 847 6661

BALI MAGIC TOURNAMENT Bali is known as the Island of the Gods, where white magic and black magic live side by side. Some practitioners of this magic are the high priests of the Balinese people; others are practiced by “our kind” – which, in this case, means magicians. Imagine what could happen if dozens of magicians come together in battle, competing to achieve the title ‘Magician of the Year’ from the Magician World Society. Presented by the Magician World Society, the Bali Magic Tournament 2011 will be held at The Chariot Magic Store, which is located inside the biggest sports bar in Legian: Double D’s Sports Bar & Restaurant. In this rare event, you can witness talented magicians performing different types of illusion performances such as levitating, manipulating things (cards, coins, fire, etc.), reading minds, predicting things, cutting heads off, and even practicing pure Balinese magic. This is an open tournament; so even if you are just a beginner in magic, there’s room for you! If you consider yourself an advanced magician, pit yourself against the other competitors to test your magical prowess. The Bali Magic Tournament 2011 is free for anybody to join and/ or see. Date: 9 October 2011 (start at 9pm) For more information please visit or email to or call 081 745 1806 (GiriDecatto).

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Kecak Fire and Trance Dance Legong Dance

Padangtegal Kaja Bale Banjar Ubud Kelod

07.00 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 75,000


Barong and Keris Dance Legong Telek

Wantilan Arma Museum

07.00 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 75,000


Ramayana Ballet Spirit of Bali

Ubud Palace Jaba Pura Desa Kutuh

07.30 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 80,000 IDR 100,000


Jegog (Bamboo Gamelan) Woman Kecak and Fire Dance

Pura Dalem Ubud Batu Karu Temple

07.00 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 80,000


Kecak (Monkey Chant Dance) Spirit of Gamelan

Puri Agung Peliatan Ubud Water Palace

07.30 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 80,000


Barong and Keris Dance Jegog (Bamboo Gamelan)

Arma Museum Bentuyung Village

06.00 pm 07.00 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 80,000


Kecak Fire and Trance Dance The Beauty of Legong

Pura Dalem Taman Kaja Pura Dalem Ubud

07.30 pm 07.30 pm

IDR 75,000 IDR 80,000

NATIONAL FLORI & FLORA WEEK 2001 National Flori & Flora Week 2011 is a major horticultural exhibition of international standard which is held in rotation in important cities across Indonesia. Last year’s event was held in Batam; this year’s will be held in Bali on November 18-22, at Jalan Pantai Matahari Terbit, Sanur. This year’s expo will be the networking ground for horticulture business players, farmers, researchers, and experts. The event will be very special this year because it will be merged with Denpasar

Horticulture Festival 2011 as well as the Sanur Village Festival 2011. The Denpasar government launched the Denpasar Horticulture Festival to promote the city as a tourism destination by exposing unique and quality products and arts. Sanur Village Festival is an annual arts, culinary, and cultural fiesta, and has been held every year since 2006. For further information about the activities of National Flora Week 2011, visit and

FOR ALL THE CAT LOVERS OUT THERE Villa Kitty Bali was founded by Elizabeth Suttie (Henzell) in 2009 and started as a ‘cats & kittens section’ at the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA). Ubud urgently needed a cat clinic and shelter for abandoned kittens and cats. The heinous practice of tossing kittens into garbage bins or abandoning them in rice fields or on busy roads to avoid the ‘expense’ of feeding and caring for them was a common thing. As Villa Kitty staff work towards promoting a better community attitude that supports and values compassionate


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human-cat relationships and animal rights, the foundation believes that they are creating a model that will be an example for others. The foundation’s policy is to sterilize to prevent unwanted pregnancies, to immunize to prevent illnesses in cats and kittens, and to teach people about responsible cat care so that Bali’s native wildlife is kept safe. If you would like to learn more about our foundation please do call or drop in on Sunday for lunch. We’d love to meet you, and if you’d like to help that would be purrrfect!

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BURGER KING OPENS AT BENOA SQUARE Everyone knows that when it comes to fun food, the burger is the king. And now that Burger King has arrived in Bali, burger enthusiasts on the island are in for a treat. That’s right - crowds of eager customers have been lining up at Burger King since it opened its doors at the Discovery Mall on Jalan Kartika for its signature burger, the Whopper sandwich. Now that yet another Burger King has finally opened at Benoa Square, fans can simply drop by and take away their orders. How? Make a quick stop at

Burger King’s ‘Drive-thru’ on your way to and from Nusa Dua and thereabouts. If you’re staying in the Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, and Bukit areas, then it’s time for you to say goodbye to late-night hunger pangs, for the Burger King’s Benoa Square will deliver your Whopper and fries right to your door even during the wee hours. Burger King Benoa Square, Ground Floor 14-16/A Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 21 A, Kedonganan Phone: +62361 895 7771

SUNDAY BARBECUE BRUNCH AT CONRAD BALI Conrad Bali has finally launched its Sunday Barbeque Brunch promotion at its signature beachfront restaurant, Eight Degrees South. You can indulge in all-time breakfast favorites such as Truffled Hollandaise Eggs Benedict, Seafood Frittata and Croissant French Toast. Signature creations such as Teasmoked Duck Breast with Grape Salad, House Citrus-cured Salmon and Warm Wagyu Salad are also available. Fresh river prawns, rock lobsters, fish brochette, squid and premium meat are the centerpiece of the brunch. And to complement the brunch experience, a selection of crisp salads, freshly baked pastries, an assortment of thin

crust wood fire pizzas, premium roast and a dessert buffet with traditional Indonesian sweets and an ice cream corner are also available. Your little ones can participate in complimentary children’s activities and be entertained at the Kura Kura Club from 12 noon to 3pm. Diners can also enjoy resort facilities including the beach and swimming pools, sign up for a tennis program or extend their blissful Sunday with 15% off all treatments at the resort’s Jiwa Spa. For further information please contact: Conrad Bali Jalan Pratama 168, Tanjung Benoa P: +62 361 778788,

BALI PINK RIBBON WALK 2011 Pink Ribbon fever is spreading like wildfire through Bali, as momentum builds up for the third annual Pink Ribbon Walk at Nusa Dua on 22nd October. Given the outstanding success of the previous Pink Ribbon Walks, the 2011 Event, planned for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, aims to attract participants from all over the world. With overwhelming support from local businesses, community groups and international hotels, the 2011 Pink Ribbon Walk is certain to become one of the most successful fundraising events to be carried out in Bali. It is hoped that over 500 people will walk the course this year in support of women who have battled breast cancer and for a vision of a future where cancer can no longer claim lives. The 2011 walk will start and finish in the scenic grounds of Nusa Dua. Participants can choose to run or walk the five-kilometer route through the beautiful


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gardens and along the beach paths of the Nusa Dua Peninsula. The event includes an exciting program of live music, spa cabins, crafts bazaar, fabulous raffle prizes and international food stalls sponsored by leading hotels in Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa. By purchasing a ticket and joining the walk or the side events, buying a pink ribbon or simply making a donation, you are helping to empower individuals and communities to increase breast cancer awareness in Indonesia. Ticket prices: Adults Rp 250.000, Children (6 to 12) Rp 100.000

Bali Pink Ribbon/Bali International Women’s Association Jalan Danau Tandakan No.5, Sanur P: +62 815 470 0064 (Amanda), +62 816 295 815 (Kathryn)

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ANANTARA SEMINYAK RESORT & SPA WINS GREEN GLOBE HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa was the very first hotel in Bali to be awarded Green Globe Certification under Green Globe’s revised standards. Even more impressive than this pioneering status, the luxury resort has won yet another award after less than a year: that of ‘Green Globe Highest Achievement Award, Asia 2011’, due to its numerous environmental, social and cultural preservation efforts. The esteemed environmental award is given to the business which gains the highest score against Green Globe’s 320 sustainability indicators, as well as demonstrating a commitment to the wellbeing of its locale. In the Asian region, Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa attained 76% of the sustainability indicators for hotels and resorts, while the boutique retreat’s commitment to protecting the Seminyak coastline was perceived as equally impressive. Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa Jalan Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak Phone: + 62 361 737773,

Although the cuisine has changed from Italian, to Vietnamese and to French-Mediterranean, the charming views, commitment to quality, and warm ambience of Warisan Restaurant, Bar & Galleries have remained a constant. Owners pride themselves on warm hospitality welcoming guests as honored friends, a trait that has earned a loyal patronage, and an admirable reputation. Established by two pioneering ladies, Ms. Mary Ross and Ida Ayu Sri Cahyani , this Bali landmark had made significant changes to the gastronomic scene of Bali. Last month on the 9th, the distinguished restaurant celebrated its 20th anniversary with “Glamorous Hollywood” theme. The theme was certainly not an exaggeration, especially since Warisan’s patrons has been known to be the island’s high profiles – and also international A-listers such as Yoko Ono, Grace Jones, Oliver Stone, and Linda Garland. Happy 20th birthday, Warisan! Warisan Restaurant, Bar & Gallery Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 38, Banjar Taman, Kerobokan Phone: +6236 173 1175

THE RESTAURANT AT HU’U The popular “NUTMEGS”, known as a culinary haven that strives to satisfy distinguished global palate, has just recently changed its name to simply “THE RESTAURANT AT HU’U” – the name still sounds just as delicious. Other changes have also been made to the venue’s bar and club to “HU’U BAR”. Of course, HU’U’s floor plan is still designed toward high flexibility with its main dining room which can accommodate up to additional 40 customers; as such creating a relaxed ambience allowing a sense of natural movement between the spaces. Simultaneously you can also enjoy a great selection of Champagne at the small but elegant bar that services both areas. Jl. Raya Petitenget, Seminyak, Phone: +62 361 736443,


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dining indulgence at pasar senggol Dine under the stars at Grand Hyatt Bali’s renowned open-air Balinese and Indonesian Night Market while being entertained by the live legendary Balinese cultural performances A truly “one-stop-shop” cultural experience! Open nightly from 7:00pm to 11:00pm

+62 361 77 1234 Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia

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DECENT HOUSING FOR THE LESS FORTUNATE THE “GEM OF SAN FRANSISCO” AT AYANA The “Gem of San Francisco”, the one-and-only Jim Larkin, is holding a sunset blues and jazz performance at Rock Bar on October 22nd from 5:30pm7:30pm. Jim brings his signature, saucy, soulful sounds to the Rock Bar, where you can sway to his jazzy jive and the natural rhythm of the ocean. For further information please contact: Rock Bar at AYANA Resort and Spa Bali in Jimbaran Phone: +62361 702 222 |

THE BUKIT WALK FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE Organized by ROLE Foundation and SoleMen, “The Bukit Walk For A Sustainable Future”, a four-day walk taking place 22nd25th September aimed to raise awareness of and funds for underprivileged children, women’s education and environmental restoration projects in the Bukit area. The event invited local businesses, hotels and individuals to get involved by making a cash donation and/or make a pledge to support the environment. To learn more about other charity programs and events, please contact: ROLE Foundation E: , P: +62361 8078805/+6281 338 157924

Habitat for Humanity (HFH) Indonesia is a non-profit organization which exists to help less fortunate families by building and renovating houses, especially for widows living in Gitgit Village, Buleleng in north Bali. HFH began operating in Bali in 2008. The poor-quality housing and large number of poverty-stricken families in many of Bali’s villages was what motivated HFH and its donors to take initiative in helping these people break the vicious cycle of poverty and improve their living standards. Since then HFH Indonesia has served 201 families in Bali. Five of the beneficiaries have been widows who could not afford to maintain their homes. The five houses built by HFH Indonesia are part of its Healthy House for Widows program, which was started in 2011. Two of the houses were built by female volunteers from the USA. HFH Indonesia has also built a water installation to benefit 31 families living in Ampanan-Buleleng. HFH’s long-term objective is to expand its operations and reach out to yet more unfortunate families in Bali. For more information, please visit www.

THE LOBBY AT NUSA BEACH HOTEL & SPA Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa continues to innovate and invigorate the local hospitality landscape, with the launch of The Lobby, the only chic lounge bar in the Nusa Dua area to serve spirits, cocktails and other drinks until 2am. Renowned Indonesian architect and interiors experts Hadiprana oversaw the design. The firm, known for its use of cultured and crafted spaces, recently opened an office in Bali. As such, The Lobby incorporates authentic Balinese touches in a lounge bar and veranda setting, with an ergonomically sensitive interior. This extends onto a visually 22

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striking outside area where visitors can enjoy the chilled ambience and evocative views over the resort and the ocean. Importantly, The Lobby offers a stunning range of beverage options. These include a bespoke cocktail list focusing on homemade and fresh local ingredients highlighting aged Caribbean rums and a variety of fresh and trendy cocktails. The afternoons will see a selection of freshly prepared juices and smoothies. The Lobby at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Phone: +62 361 771 210

BARBECUE DELIGHTS AT THE LAGOONA RESTAURANT, AYODYA RESORT BALI Enjoy your favorite barbeque delights served everyday from midday until 4 pm at the Lagoona Restaurant. Choose from a selection of grilled dishes such as Seafood Brochette, Australian Beef Topside, Lamb Marquee, Red Snapper and many more, with a range of salad items. Complete the experience with the cocktail of the month at the resort’s Beach Bar. At Lagoona you can also pamper your taste buds with Chef Geert’s signature dishes, which include grilled Australian Tenderloin with seasonal salad; Risotto with Wild Mushroom; Grilled Merguez in a Roasted French Baguette with Grilled Tomato and Melted Emmentaler Cheese served with French Fries and Salad; Duck Breast in Caramelized Figs Lavender Sauce with Cabbage; Parmesan Broccoli Mousse and Roasted Thyme Potato; Pan-fried Salmon with Creamy Spinach; Mashed Potato with Orange Beurre Blanc Sauce and many more. Lagoona at Ayodya Resort Bali Jl. Pantai Mengiat, BTDC Complex, Nusa Dua, Phone: + 62 361 771102

EXPLORE THE CULTURE OF EAST BALI IN STYLE Take a cruise to east Bali on the luxurious Bali Hai II catamaran and experience true Balinese culture at Subak Guliang. Bali Hai’s professional tour guides will talk you through the unique features of the traditional Balinese housing compound, escort you around Subak Guliang to witness the daily activities of the locals and invite you to participate in the farming process of days gone by while enjoying a delicious barbecue lunch, tea/coffee, and Balinese cakes within a real Balinese atmosphere and hospitality. The cruise takes place this coming October 12. For further information and reservation, please contact: Bali Hai Cruises P: 720 331 |

“LIVING FORMS AND TEXTURES” AT GANESHA GALLERY One of the most prolific, original and talented designers in Bali, Carlo Pessina, is best known for his striking furniture and accessories designs, which have been featured in many of the island’s most prestigious hotels and homes. Born in Milan, the major centre for Italian fashion and design, Carlo first arrived in Bali in 1979 as a young artist in search of inspiration. Today Carlo stands as first and foremost among a small handful of truly original world-class design artists living and working on the island. The integrity of his work comes not only from its functionality but more so as a living, evolving work of art that enhances a space and creates a balance between nature and man. His pieces are a celebration of the best of Balinese art and design and the island’s ability to nurture and sustain both local and expatriate artists. Carlo’s ‘Living Forms and Textures’ exhibition is intended not only to present Carlo as an artist but also as a mini-retrospective of his artistic career. The exhibition will showcase not only his sculptural pieces but a series of installations. The event will take place in the grounds of the Four Seasons Resort Bali. EXHIBITION DATE: 6 OCTOBER - 31 OCTOBER 2011

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WINE SPECTATOR HONORS KAYUPUTI OF THE ST. REGIS BALI RESORT AND ARWANA OF THE LAGUNA A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD For the third consecutive year since its opening three years ago, Kayuputi, the signature beachfront restaurant of The St. Regis Bali Resort, has been given a prestigious award by the Wine Spectator Magazine (USA). While in previous years it was conferred the ‘Award of Excellence’, this year KAYUPUTI has been honored with ‘Best of Award of Excellence’, making it the first restaurant in the whole of Indonesia to win this coveted award. The success of KAYUPUTI is closely followed by ARWANA (previously ‘Ocean Terrace’), an upscale seafood restaurant

of The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, which is a sister property of The St. Regis Bali Resort. This year, for the first time, Wine Spectator has honoured ARWANA with ‘Award of Excellence’ for its outstanding wine list. Harald Wiesmann, Sommelier at The St. Regis Bali Resort, as well as restaurant manager for KAYUPUTI, played a major role in developing and presenting this wine list for KAYUPUTI while helping the Sommelier at ARWANA to win the award. This year Harald wins this esteemed award

for the eighth time. Harald is actively helping to position Bali and Indonesia on the world map as a destination for fine wines and cuisine.


90 MINUTES OF BALINESE HERITAGE AND TRADITION Ambiente Spa at Amadea Resort & Villas offers visitors to Seminyak the exclusive Balinese Heritage and Tradition, a 90-minute treatment that revitalizes. The treatment encompasses a series of traditional rituals such as a full body Balinese massage using the traditional boreh spicy scrub (an old recipe used to remove dead skin cells), aromatherapy foot bath, body shower and herbal bath; and you will leave Ambiente Spa feeling completely refreshed and nourished. A roof-top facility at Ambiente Spa provides two double treatment rooms, two single treatment rooms and a Spa Reception. The Spa Bale located near the main swimming pool within a tropical garden features an open-air treatment area for manicures, pedicures and reflexology. Ambiente Spa at Amadea Resort and Villas Jalan Laksmana 55 (Oberoi Road) Seminyak Phone: + 62361 847 8155, 24

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SAKALA, a new experience in modern fine dining and contemporary cuisine and Tanjung Benoa’s first nightlife venue, is set to open its doors this coming October 28th. Award-winning Executive Chef Damien approaches contemporary cuisine as if it were a work of modern art. Only the freshest premium products are used, and with the restaurant’s immediate access to local fishermen and fresh seafood providers, the freshest possible catch and hand-cultivated ingredients of the surrounding oceans are shipped in daily. Located in the prestigious Tanjung Benoa, on the sunrise side of the SouthEast coast of Bali, SAKALA occupies a 3,000 square meter venue in an enchanting two-storey Balinese-style tower. Upon first entering SAKALA, patrons will encounter the LED glass bar, offering an intimate lounge experience. The focal point of the Main Room is the 15 meter-long 400 bottle wine cellar and DJ booth. Inside is the Beach Lounge, an intimate boîte with beach views, projection wall and an outdoor seating area. In tribute to the tradition of classic mixology, the bar’s menu emphasizes specialty cocktails with a modern twist. In addition to its rooftop space SAKALA also boasts private rooms and an open air party-deck. Outdoor facilities include inviting sun beds and a 40 meter infinity pool and bar. SAKALA Jalan Pratama 88, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua,

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UBUD WRITERS & READERS FESTIVAL 2011 Writers may be experts with words, but the publishing business is more than just word play. These days, 34 year-old Achmad Julian prefers to go by the name ‘Julian the Hooligan’. Before that, his alias was ‘The Julander’. Although some would consider a man of 34 to be a bit too old to go by superhero-ish nicknames, anyone who has spent five minutes with him can see that Julian isn’t just some maladjusted weirdo with piercings and a Mohawk. Contrary to his eye-catching appearance, Julian is a man with a big heart and a big mind that is always filled with big ideas. Just five months ago, Julian returned to his hometown of Jakarta after spending eleven years in Oregon, and he has big plans to continue the project he has been developing for the last four years; Independent Publishing. “Some people perceive independent publishing as being completely DIY1Ð . They write poems, novels, short stories, etc. They lay it out and print it themselves and distribute it themselves. DIY culture was born from an admirable idea and it is my root. But I’ve grown to a point where now I think the methods still being practiced in the DIY culture are not sustainable enough,” Julian says. Having worked for Microcosm Publishing, where he gained his knowhow, Julian is ready to launch his own publishing collective – “Not a company,” he stresses - called Kolektif Jembatan. While, in Julian’s words, major publishing businesses “are like vampires who feed on author’s ideas”, Julian also thinks the lack of professionalism in the DIY scene is what is causing bright ideas to collapse before they can begin to turn out real results. So what does Kolektif Jembatan do differently? “Independence combined with a well-structured vision,” says Julian. “I want writers to have the dignity of being in charge of their own work. But I want them to have an institution to assist them through the process of making their work available to the market of their choosing.” Kolektif Jembatan is open to writers of any genre without discriminating based on market trends. “Anyone who comes to us with a manuscript will be published. No selection process. But the rest of the 26

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process is done by industry standards: from the editing to the printing and the distribution. The difference is, the writers still get to be the decision makers throughout the process,” he explains. In Kolektif Jembatan, writers also have a say where they want their books to be distributed. “Authors know their target readers and this is an often forgotten fact. If they have their own channels of distribution, we can follow it up. This also has the benefit of opening new channels for our next clients. If they don’t have any channels, we’ll sell it through the ones we have, which are not only conventional bookstores, but coffee shops, galleries and even fashion boutiques,” he explains. The reason for this is because unknown, up-and-coming writers have less of a chance of standing out in bookstores. In places like coffee shops, they can have their own displays. “Also, the percentage of their consignment cut is more humane,” Julian added. The marketing process, though, is entrusted to the writers. “We give a handbook to every writer under our wing. It’s a simple guide to marketing your own book. They can follow the simple steps, or they can do it their own way.” By cutting down promotion costs and consignment cuts, Kolektif Jembatan can afford to share 50:50 profits with their writers. “Much more generous compared to what writers are getting from big publishers” Julian claims. But of course it is not everyone’s aspiration to be an independently

published author. Advertising executive Mala, for example, finished her novel last year and is still carrying her manuscript around in her bag in case an opportunity for a pitch pops up. Mala wants her book to be published by a major publisher, but has no knowledge whatsoever on how to make it happen. “I know I’m a good writer. Everyone who has read my novel said it’s brilliant. But I have no connections in the publishing business. It’s very frustrating,” Mala says. There are authors who want to independently publish their work. There are those desperately waiting to be discovered by major publishers. There are also some published authors who are clueless about the publishing business. Yet there is one question every author asks once their work has been published: “Now what?” ANZ Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, a vibrant literary festival held every year in Ubud, Bali, offers a program titled ‘Publishers on the Pitch’ to answer this very question and more. Established and independent publishers and experienced authors will share their insights into the business aspect of the literary world. What are the most sought-after topics? Where is the trend going? What options do authors have for publishing their work? All of these will be discussed in an intimate 90-minute session at the Left Bank Lounge, Friday October 7th 2011. To join this session and other inspiring programs, go to

Welcome to The Bali Garden Party Bali’s first multi-event with all day dining, music, fashion and fun for all the family, including a dedicated kid’s area, eco-area and talk shows

29th & 30th October 2011 Starts at 11.00 am and finishes at 9pm at Taman Bhagawan, Tanjung Benoa, Bali Corporate Sponsors:

Organized by:

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MAIN STAGE PERFORMANCES: MUSIC BY: Classical (Jakarta String Quartet) | Ryoshi Jazz Quartet (Itoh Kurdhi, Rio Sidik, Erik Sondhy, Eddy Siswanto) CABARET BY:




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FEATURING : Ali Charisma | Cherry Scherzinger | Dewi Suarjani | Dwi Iskandar | Enny Ming | Monika Weber | Oka Diputra | Tjok Abi | Yenly Wijaya THE TALK SHOW FEATURING GUEST SPEAKERS: John Hardy (Green School Bali) | Chris Salans (Mozaic Restaurant) | Bruce Waterfield (Bali Clean and Green) | Daniel Elber (Foundation Future for Children) | Daniel Li (Ox/Qi Gong Master) | Steve Palmer (Bali Clean and Green) | Nigel Mason (Bali Adventure Tours) | Ron Lilley ( The Snake Man)


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All day program activities for adults and kids, start at 11am and finish at 9pm. Parking available on site and on adjacent property. Friday 28th October dedicated to under privileged children (closed to public)

Invitations will be available at the gates on the day or can be obtained and picked up at : TAMAN BHAGAWAN Jl. Pratama No.70, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua, Bali P: +62 (361) 776 555 | F: +62 (361) 774 666 or contact: • Yohanes : +62 (361) 823 6722 /+62 (361) - 9644524 +62 (361) 823 6723, • Sulbi: +62 (361) 776 555,


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LOCATION: Taman Bhagawan, Tanjung Benoa, Bali

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A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE Design shapes our lives. You may not realise it but it affects us physically, emotionally, and subconsiously. To ignore it makes no sense. To use it to enhance our lives makes a lot of sense! BY ALISTAIR G. SPEIRS PHOTO BY NAMHAR HERNANTO


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Here we are in Bali where the design of everything is guided by marvellous, traditional and meaningful laws. Every house has a plan. Every measurement to scale. Every road in alignment. All doors, pillars, beams, windows are all made to scale according to the hand, body and feet measurements of the owner. The rest is governed by alignment to Gunung Agung, the holy mountain. Does it work? Absolutely. The villages are neat orderly, beautiful and in proportion. But good design is universal in its appeal. The medievil cathedrals of Europe were built to inspire the simple citizens of the Glory of God. And it worked. People were in awe as they

entered these soaring temples of light. And still are today! Even commercial buildings can inspire and uplift: the marvellous Woolworth Building in New York, the astonishing buildings of I.M. Pei and Richard Rogers. The excesses of kings in the Palaces of Versailles and St. Peterburg. Amazing, extraordinary, uplifting. So why do we have to accept less? Why should someone apply for a building permit for a cheap, industrial factory-like building in full view of the public-and get a permit. If they haven’t got the budget to build beautiful, build smaller, and out of sight. The rules are there for a reason. Let’s stick to them.

So why build a western-designed glass and steel villa here in Bali? I really don’t know. To those of you who have done it..... please think how you can adapt. You’d hate to see an African village half way up The Champs Elysee, why have you done a similar, out of place, act here? Is Balinese design perfect? No, but the Balinese themselves say it’s evolving, and have talented architects and designers who are developing it. Let’s use them, and make sure our environment, which affects us deeply, is as good as we can make it. The great cities of the world are beautifully planned and executed-and last hundreds of years! Let’s make Bali Balinese again.

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THE WANDERING BALINESE SOUL According to Hindu theology, the soul does not end up in hell or paradise after death, as it is believed in Christian and Moslem traditions. TEXT BY JEAN COUTEAU PHOTO BY KARTIKA D. SUARDANA Rather, the soul goes through a transmigration process (samsara). Incarnation, which “binds” the soul to a body, is a hellish condition, and it is our goal to break free of it, thus achieving moksa or ultimate enlightenment. The separated soul and body then reunite with their cosmic equivalents: the soil rejoins the Ultimate Godly Soul called Paramatma, while the body returns to the Five Cosmic Elements: fire, water, earth, air and ether, collectively called Pancamahabhutta . Failure to achieve moksa upon death means that the


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soul is still bound to the chain of incarnations (samsara ). These cosmic ideas are at best vaguely present in popular Balinese tradition, which blends animism (the belief that people have spirits that can exist separate from their bodies) and Hindu notions. It is said that everything starts for Man as a microcosm (Bhawna Alit) high above the mountains. That is where we find the “Old Country” (tanah ane wayah), the heavenly abode of the souls of origin. Therein reside as well the souls and gods who come

down to earth during temple festivals, where they indulge in food and dances. Therein, too, dwell provisionally the souls still “subject to desire and hunger” that will eventually (re) incarnate, i.e. sending their shadows (mepewayangan ) to earth to “ask for some rice,” (nunas baos ), as people say. The incarnation process follows a path opened by love. Spurred by the “god of flirtation” (Sanghyang Deleng, literally meaning the “God of Looks”), man and woman are awakened to the cosmic forces embodied by the God of Love, Kamajaya, and the Goddess of the Moon, Ratih. In their sexual desire and love they physically unite “the red and white elements of desire” (kama bang / kama petak), as the respective symbols of the male sperm and female ovum

are called. This is accompanied by the descent (numadi) of a soul, an ancestral soul - at least according to popular interpretations1. This soul comes straight from the mouth of hell or down from the “Old Country,” according to variations of the tradition. From this fertilization process originates the Little World” or Bhwana Alit, man as a discrete cosmic unit, a combination of spirit and matter. Each of the phases of existence that follow, from gestation to birth to death and eventually, from death to the afterlife, are honored by a ritual. The first ritual has the purpose of fastening the soul to it body before birth; the second ritual is to welcome it into the world; the third is to wish it a harmonious passage through the various stages of life. The fourth and final ritual is conducted upon the person’s death to help him/her cast away all earthly bonds and rejoin the “Old Country” of its origins where it merges with the Sublime Soul of the World, Sang Hyang Embang (God). Let’s go back to the early stages of life – the procreation phase. The sexual meeting and eventual merging of the two kamas mentioned above begets what is often called “The Godly Fetus” or Sanghyang Jabang Bayi . Such godly status is due to the fact that the soul originates from the heavenly world. It will keep this attribute under various names from birth to death. Hence the name “Dewa” or “little god” is still often given to young children. Upon the seventh month of pregnancy, a ceremony called the “housing of

The purpose of these ceremonies is to welcome and guide the child in his/her first steps to life. A child is believed to be a godly being, and upon its arrival the parents will try to locate its origins, i.e. to find out the identity of the soul reincarnated in the child and what are his/her demands. To achieve this end, twelve days after the birth, the parents consult with a medium. This priest calls down the “soul (s) of origin” that incarnate(s) in the baby and questions it (or them).” It may be that the new born is an incarnation of more than one soul. Sometimes two or more “ancestors” incarnate one body, each with its own past, name and features. According to tradition, there should be at least one male and one female soul, thus symbolizing the unity of opposites that make up the human being. These incarnating souls may come from several generations back, and each one will have a specific request. The families go to great lengths to fulfill the requests of these souls to ensure the child grows up healthily and unhindered. The ceremony may vary from a yellow shawl (saput kuning ), to a wayang (shadow puppet) or other sacred performance to be given at a specific stage of youth Throughout his/her life, every man and woman is expected to live in accordance with the principles of cosmic harmony. This basically means that he/ she should strive to fulfill the three goals of life: “desire” or kama , “wealth” or artha and “virtue” or dharma . Each of these goals should be fulfilled in order of priority. The order depends on the

“EACH OF THE PHASES OF EXISTENCE THAT FOLLOW, FROM GESTATION TO BIRTH TO DEATH AND EVENTUALLY, FROM DEATH TO THE AFTERLIFE, ARE HONORED BY A RITUAL.” the soul” or “megedong -gedongan ,” ensconces the soul within the womb of the mother. Following the birth is a whole set of birth ceremonies: the birth-rites proper, the burying of the four little siblings (catur sanak, which correspond to the afterbirth). The ceremonies of the fifth or seventh day after the birth are for the cutting of the umbilical cord (kepus pungsed). There is another ceremony on the twelfth day, the 42nd (abulan pitung dina), and the third month (nelubulanin), and further blessing rituals for when the child first touches the ground and so on.

current stage of life, four of which are recognized: childhood, adolescence, married life and old age. Desire, although one of the goals of life, must be exercised with caution and balanced by dharma or virtue. Controlling one’s desire is best illustrated in the mesangih or metatah tooth filing rite, which is normally held at the time of adolescence (athough it is often postponed). The filing of the teeth symbolizes the overcoming of the six “intimate enemies” (musuh ing raga) or the six main causes of sin, because teeth are equated with animalistic tendencies.

Controlling one’s desires is further emphasized during the wedding ceremony (mesakapan), the apex of which is an offering addressed to the buta sor (material forces) which are at the origin of the various desires and temptations that ensure “good” offspring. During married life, man’s main priority becomes the accumulation of wealth or artha, spurred by desire (kama) but checked by dharma or virtue. One must have adequate wealth for the holding of the death ritual when one’s parents pass away. People pay their dues to their parents by holding the various rituals of death in their honor. Upon reaching his fifties or so, and having had his fill of kama (desire) and artha (wealth), Man is expected to consecrate himself to the pursuit of virtue or dharma. The elderly begin dividing their inheritance and studying the scriptures. Some, if family tradition allows it, become high priests. In the Balinese cycle of life, death is but a return to our origins. The rites of death, thus, are the symbolic opening of the path toward “release”. The dead body is cremated and the ashes thrown to the sea, so that the elements that make up the human body thus rejoin with their cosmic equivalent (Panca Maha Bhuta ). The sarcophagus is but a vehicle to take the soul and body away, while the cremation tower is a symbol of the world. During this stage the soul is provisionally entrusted to the Lord of the Sea, Baruna, to be cleansed. It is around this time – or when the body is lowered into the grave, if a cremation did not take place - that the soul passes through hell to be tortured and cleansed. Later on, during the postcremation rites, the soul is called back to shore and taken back to the heights, from where it rejoins the “Old Country” from where it originally came. Lastly, an effigy is made and the soul is officially “installed” (kelinggihang ) as an ancestral soul in the family temple. The deceased has become a deified ancestor (dewa hyang), until next time, when the ancestor’s soul will once more “ask for rice” and (re)incarnate2. One soul may reincarnate as many as 117 times, according to some Balinese, before achieving moksa (ultimate release). Thus it appears that Man is no more than a transcendent being. Time and history have no influence over his life and death – instead he must simply surrender himself to the cyclical flow of Being. OCTOB ER 2011 www. no



Klenteng Ling GwanKiong

Living The Ancient Wisdom Klenteng usually refers to a temple where the ancient Chinese religion is practiced. The religion is a configuration of three teachings: Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. The word ‘klenteng’ in Indonesian is derived from ‘Kwan Im Teng’, the name of a Chinese temple built in 1650 by Lieutenant Kwee Hoen to worship Goddess Koan-Im. A klenteng temple is also intended for the worshipping of ancestors and for social gatherings. TEXT & PHOTOS BY KARTIKA D. SUARDANA


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The Klenteng Ling Gwan Kiong was built near the Dutch Harbor in Singaraja in 1873. The Chinese temple upholds the Tri Dharma philosophy, a blend of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism, and a slight assimilation with Balinese culture in terms of how the offerings are made. The ancestor worshipped at this particular temple is called Tan HuCin Jin, a great man whom, it is believed, achieved Moksha. Moksha is the greatest afterlife achievement and liberation from the Samsara cycle of birth and death experienced by people who practiced the Yogas. Worship involves four elements: Karma Yoga, working for the Supreme; Jnana Yoga, acknowledging the Supreme; Raja Yoga, meditating the Supreme; and Bhakti Yoga, serving the Supreme. The temple built facing the ocean stands out with its authentic Chinese architecture. The coruscation of bright red, yellow and green paint against white walls is a beauty to behold in the old town shopping district. Inside the temple, the walls are covered with paintings from the 1650s that are restored annually by the descendants of the painters. The paintings tell of the Chinese romance of

the Three Kingdoms called San Guo Yan Yi, known in Indonesia as ‘Sam Kok’. The romance, written by Luo Guanzhong, is about the era when China was ruled by three warlords after the fall of the Zhuo dynasty. While the paintings capture the conditions of that area, namely the conflicts between various warlords, the writing reflects Confucian teachings: that loyalty to one’s family, friends, and superiors is an important measure of a person’s virtue. From the literature of San Guo Yan Yi, we can also learn about how the religions in China first came to be. The temple caretaker is on standby at the temple most of the time. According to him, anyone can pray at the temple and enquire about one’s future to Tan HuCin Jin – the great ancestor – regardless of one’s religion. The caretaker assists those who come to make prayers. First he organizes the offering and then guides the devotee through the prayers step by step. However, just because you pray doesn’t mean the ancestor will deign to tell you your fortune. But when I visited the temple, I was in luck!

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Monkey Forest Ubud

Enchanting Forest Ubud is a major tourism destination in Bali. The area stands out with its well-preserved culture, beautiful people, nice weather and calm ambience, and has charmed millions of people from all over the world. The little town, formerly a sleepy rural village, has inspired many people to find their artistic soul. That is why Ubud is also known as the “artists’ village”. TEXT & PHOTO BY KARTIKA D. SUARDANA


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Many of Ubud’s paddy fields and orchards have been turned into hotels, shops and restaurants. Some parts, however, remain in their natural state. One of these is Monkey Forest, a little space that is home to a monkey troop, where the trees are centuries old. The Ubud Monkey Forest is not too far from the centre of the town, where Ubud Palace is located. The Sacred Monkey Forest is taken care of by the community of Desa Pekraman Padangtegal. The place is easy to find because the street has the same name and is known as everyone’s favorite shopping and dining area. Another landmark is the two huge monkey statues at the main gate right before the ticket counter. One thing that everyone must remember before entering the forest is not to keep food in one’s bag, because even if the food is hidden the monkeys will look for it. Fear not, for the monkeys at Monkey Forest can be considered calmer than those in Uluwatu or Sangeh - maybe because the monkeys are fed regularly by the forest officer. An official banana vendor sells bananas at the gate for you to feed the monkeys if you so wish. Upon entering the forest you are enshrouded in a soothing natural ambience enhanced by the cool weather and the sound of living things. A walk beneath the canopies of the gigantic trees is a therapeutic experience. You can meet the monkeys even before the entrance gate. The monkeys in the Sacred Monkey Forest are known as long-tailed Macaques. There are two temples inside the forest, one is facing the south and the other is at the foot of the hill by the river. Both temples have their own unique features and form a part of Purr Dalem Padangtegal, the villager’s temple, where they worship Lord Shiva. The temple in the south is a little temple compound with ancient carvings on its stone walls. The temple by the river can be reached by crossing a long dragon-shaped bridge that undulates much like the terrain, with the hanging roots of the old endemic trees creating a natural roof overhead. At the end of the bridge, at the head of the dragon, is a small pond guarded by a Ganesha statue bordered by two statues of deities. Jets of water shoot from each of the statues. The pond is a pot luck pond, so make sure to throw a coin in and make a a wish! The wooden path next to the river is the pathway to the temple. Tread warily because it’s a bit slippery, especially during the rainy seasons. Although the forest is only 27acres approximately, 115 species of trees have been found living in it and innumerable species of birds such as the Cinnamon Bitterns, Scaly-Breasted Munias, Spotted Doves, Yellow-Vented Bulbuls, Javan Munias, Common Ioras, Little Spiderhunters, Javan Kingfishers, Oriental Magpie Robins, and Glossy Swiftlets. This little forest is very photogenic – each and every corner is a photo opportunity. The Sacred Monkey Forest is the perfect getaway after a day of shopping in the town. OCTOB ER 2011 www. no




There is no golden desert in Bali. But we do have a golden sandy beach on the southern part of the island: the famous Nusa Dua beach. Below the Nikko Bali Hotel, which straddles a cliff in Nusa Dua, the golden sandy beach shimmers while the camels lazily bask in the sun and the beautiful ocean.


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Camel rides is an activity offered by the Nikko Bali Hotel, though the camels belong to an outsourced company, Bali Camel Safaris, who organize the activity and look after these large and unexpectedly sweet animals. You can book a camel ride from the hotel concierge and easily access the beach by going to the ground floor and crossing the hotel’s beautiful garden. Bali Camel Safaris first introduced camel rides in Bali on the 18th of July 1996 in Tanjung Benoa. Three years later they moved to the Nusa Dua beach for safety reasons. Now we can ride these well-trained camels

on the shore of the beach and in the area of foliage surrounding Nikko Hotel grounds. If this is to be your first camel ride, don’t worry! There are professional trainers to guide you every step of the way. The comfortable saddle is safe even for the children. This new experience on the beach is undoubtedly worth trying – it is nothing like a camel ride in the desert of Rajasthan where the heat is unbearable. This camel safari offers spectacular ocean views and a long stretch of golden sandy beach with moderate sunlight. A new and fun way to get tanned!

Get out, get going, I usually prefer to spend Friday nights partying at my favorite spots in Seminyak and thereabouts. But early last month, I decided to have a ‘sober’ night and swapped the dance floor for ten-pin bowling. Back in the mid eighties when I was a child, we would occasionally drive by the local bowling lanes in the early evening on the way home from somewhere. I was fascinated by the bright neon beer ads in the windows and the big sign with an outline of a ball and pins that flashed on and off as we sped by. To me, bowling alleys were mysterious, alluring places where guys with greasy hair leaned against their muscle cars or Harleys in the parking lot, and cute girls wearing sweaters and miniskirts sipped Coca-Colas and listened to Elvis on transistor radios while their boyfriends hurled 16 pound balls down the lanes inside. I wanted to get in there with the cool people. And so I did – but just recently. Together with some friends, whom I


think are pretty ‘cool’, I drove down Kartika Plaza in Kuta and headed to the one and only Paradiso Bowling. I haven’t been bowling in years now, and after that night I had sores all over my fingers. Being that it’s such a fun game to play with friends and family, I find it quite odd that the interest in bowling seems to have waned these days. I don’t think many people could name a big bowling star today, while back in the day a professional bowler could earn millions of dollars while pro golfers and football players were only earning in the thousands. Anyway, back to the night: we picked the ‘less-busy’ hour – we really wanted to play but couldn’t afford to let our hair down. I felt a rush of excitement as I put my bowling shoes on, I couldn’t wait to start knocking down pins! Some of us managed to hit strikes, but I don’t think any of us were ready for any kind of competition. But one thing for sure is that we had a fabulous time that night!

Paradiso Bowling & Billiard Centre operates 18 National Certified Bowling Lanes complete with AMF Computerized Scoring System. A full selection of house balls and shoe rental is available. Forgot your socks? Don’t worry, they are provided, too! The place is certainly a perfect substitute for the dance floor, especially since it also plays the kind of music played in the clubs of Kuta and Seminyak. Paradiso Bowling & Billiard Centre is an internationalstandard leisure complex with modern, state-of-the-art facilities that include a high quality sound system, big screen displays for sporting events and an array of food and beverage outlets.

Paradiso Bowling & Billiard Centre JL. Kartika Plaza No. 8X Kuta Phone : +62 361 758 880 Operating hours: Monday - Thursday : 10am - 02am Friday and Saturday : 10am - 03am

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I recently heard about Bali Experience Adventure from a friend who told me that this adventure company offers becak rides in a village in Tabanan Regency. I wondered if there were any becak (pedi-cab) in Bali because the few becak still in existence are most concentrated in Java specifically Jogjakarta. So I made a call to Mr. Kacak, the owner of the company, to schedule a program and found out that they have several different countryside programs. I chose the Bali Countryside Adventure.



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On the day, I was picked up and taken with another group to Padangaling Village in Perean district, Tabanan, about a one-hour drive from Seminyak. My first impression when we arrived was that this is a real village, the kind that is authentically untouched by tourism development. I could see enormous portions of arable land which, instead of being built upon, were being used as paddy fields and cacao plantations. The car dropped us off in the middle of a dilapidated street where the becak were waiting. The amicable becak drivers welcomed us and introduced us

to the area. My becak driver was Pak Gusti, a fulltime security guard in the south and freelance becak driver in his free time for extra income. I extracted lot of stories about the village from him. Padangaling village is an agriculture village where a majority of the population is peasants. Kacak, the owner of the company, is a local entrepreneur who works as a tour guide. This young man found that ecotourism that also promotes Balinese culture could be a source of extra income for the hardlaboring villagers. He established the company with good intentions, and

the Countryside the business is now run by the locals whom he has trained to give customer service from the heart. He hopes that his business will discourage the village from being built upon and ensures that it stays true to its roots. Along the way, we made a stop at an elementary school. The students were so welcoming to us “outsiders”. Bali Experience Adventure arranges a ‘meet and greet’ as part of the tour so that the students can practice their English and communicate with people from outside their village. The teacher told me that this program is very good for increasing

students’ confidence. Furthermore, the donations given by the company, as part of what we pay, help the school develop its facilities. Next, the becak dropped us off at the mouth of a narrow alley where we continued our journey on foot through the rice fields, where we had the opportunity to emulate Balinese farmers. We tilled the soil and cultivated the paddies. Tired out after the physical labour, we drank the juice of a fresh young coconut in a gazebo on the field. The journey was not over yet, as the guide then took us to the head quarters.

The head quarter is a Balinese housing compound, the actual house of the company owner. The compound boasts a vast garden planted with herbs and fruits. The compound also has two traditional kitchens where we experimented with coffee and arakbrewing. Arak is Balinese liquor. The best part was when we got to sample the fresh arak and coffee. We were also taught how to make the beautiful offerings we usually see in temples around the island. To conclude the day of cultural exploration, we enjoyed a meal of Balinese risjttafel in the gazebo. OCTOB ER 2011 www. no



Shopping Frenzy by Bali with Kids

Have you explored Jl. Raya Kerobokan yet? No doubt, this is a haven for small boutiques selling fair-priced clothes, toys and gifts for young children. Parking can be an issue, and if you are forced to park far away walking on the pavement with the traffic bearing down on you can wear you out. But don’t let these small drawbacks bar you from a satisfying shopping experience! The next time you are in Seminyak, just head to the end of Sunset Road, hang a right turn away from the boutiques of Oberoi and keep your eyes open for some of these brilliant shopping spots. PHOTO COURTESY OF BEBEBOOM

Bebeboom is a wonderful clothing shop for babies where you can find good quality and affordable items with original designs for boys and girls. They have gorgeous shoes, bags and bedding sets. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 59) Enchanted Books is the ultimate gift shop when you are rushing to a birthday party or looking for a special treat. It sells local and imported children’s books and toys as well as dress-up costumes and educational games. Check their daily inspirational quote on the blackboard outside and don’t miss their Halloween or Christmas decorations. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 69) Happy Kidz sells locally-made wooden toys that are attractive and colorful. Their castles and dollhouses are made-to-order and make for 44

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excellent birthday gifts. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 73) Rainbow Road makes gorgeous dollhouses, furniture and bedroom decorations. All wares are made locally and their workshop is located at the back of the shop. They also sell colourful mobiles and stuffed alphabet letters. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 76). Star Moon sells bright and colourful summer clothes for your little angels in batik and cotton materials. We love the radiant and original princess and animal figures and the crab romper suits. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 80a) Wanabe is a hole-in-the-wall on the same side of the street as Enchanted Books, selling costumes and props for all occasions as well as dolls’ accessories. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 63)

Little Bohemian has children’s furniture in vibrant colors that can be made-to-order and ready in two or three weeks. They also sell toys and original bedding accessories. This shop has extremely cute baby clothes that you will not find anywhere else. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 82) Rosada is a new doll’s house specialist shop. They sell several types of wooden houses and cute dollhouse furniture, which can be customized to your little girl’s taste. Rosada stocks some items for boys, too. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 76) The new kid on the block is Larondedari, in the corner opposite from Rainbow Road. This stylish shop is nicely laid out and has clothes for kids in light and soft colours - perfect for the tropical climate. It is still very new but is a wonderful addition to the medley of shops on this street. (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 80) Anais and Joyce is where you will find fantastic girls’ party dresses with beautiful sequins, tulle and hand-beaded materials. Mums and daughters can find matching outfits. The designer is Italian and the clothes are chic and elegant. This is a place with a heart! (Jl. Raya Kerobokan, 113)

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A SHOPPING PARADISE Nearly every visitor that comes to Bali does some shopping at sometime even if shopping isn’t the ultimate aim and the fascinating and irresistible buys the island has to offer make a lot of visitors step in to the row upon row of shops and boutiques – and step out with two hands full of shopping bags. Of course, being a treasure trove of fine arts and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately crafted jewelry, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics, international fashion labels and top-notch local designer clothes and many more, Bali has everything to fill a shopping bag with. From bargaining in traditional markets and art shops, venturing into chic and stylish boutiques in the island’s shopping meccas, the variety of shopping experiences in Bali goes far beyond a stroll in a mall or a morning spent browsing a market. Shopping in Bali is a day-and-night activity that runs parallel with the best in the West, while also giving a flavor of the cultural uniqueness of the East. That’s right, inexpensive items are available in market stalls and department stores, while designer labels can also be found in tastefully appointed boutiques around the area of Seminyak. Certainly, Bali is all about its people; in this case, your Balinese shop attendants. That said, shopping in Bali is not simply walking into a shop, picking something from a shelf and paying for it. Talk to the Balinese people in the shop, and you’ll learn that in every transaction you make is an experience that allows you to feel the genuine warmth of your local hosts.

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Exempting the racy party scene in Kuta, Bali is regarded as the cultural centre of Indonesia. It is famous as an arts and crafts island and much of its towns and villages seem to be teeming with artists’ workshops and galleries. The Balinese people are surrounded by art throughout their lives as art is omnipresent in their homeland and culture. They create works of art that tell of the most basic routines of daily life.

Wooden Deer Head (with stand) IDR 650,000

Root Table Lamp (wood and acrylic) IDR 1,500,000

Wooden Monkey IDR 1,600,000 Warisan Gallery


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Artistic skill is not ascribed only to a special intellectual class, but is open to everyone at all skill levels. Although artistic expression is considered a religious practice, Balinese art does not serve religion solely. Anyhow, the unique blend of the Balinese arts serves as an anchor for what has developed and grown into a truly wonderful arts and crafts industry. From wood carvings to artistic fashion, Bali is the destination for exotic shopping. Other art forms from many other exotic cultures of Indonesia can also be found in Bali.

Large Wood Tree (26cm x 26cm x 81cm) IDR 6,850,000 MÉTIS Gallery

Green Stone Wedding Gift from Papua IDR 6,450,000 MÉTIS Gallery

Carved Mammoth Ivory (epic Ramayana story) USD 9,400 MÉTIS Gallery

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Angelina Dress (black sand) Chiffon silk degrade, sateen silk stretch, lace, viscose lining, diamonds, Swarovski, sequin, chiffon silk flower appliqué. For price please contact Dinda Rella.

Elizabeth Dress (aqua blue) Chiffon silk degrade, sateen silk, organza silk, lace, fugette lining, diamonds, Swarovski, sequin, chiffon silk, crinkle appliqué. For price please contact Dinda Rella

Laurent Dress (purple chic)

Warisan Gallery Jalan Raya Kerobokan No. 38 Banjar Taman, Kerobokan Phone: +62361 731 175 MÉTIS Gallery Jalan Petitenget No. 6 Kerobokan Kelod Phone: +62361 4737 888 Dinda Rella Jalan Raya Seminyak 44 Seminyak Phone: +62361 734 228 50

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Chiffon silk, crinkle, lace, viscose lining, beads, sequin. For price please contact Dinda Rella

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For a shopaholic, standing before the lineup of boutiques in Seminyak is like approaching the pearly gates without a guardian angel. There is always an irresistible buy to fit your bill; so give yourself permission to “go a little crazy” while in Bali. The most posh shopping district in Bali, Seminyak is like wrapping Rodeo Drive in a blue Tiffany box. Starting at the intersection at Double Six Road, visitors can sense the more up-market ambiance after the untidy sprawl of Legian. One of the biggest retailers on this strip is the Body and Soul boutique, known for its chic collections of women and girl’s wear. A little further down you will come across the boutique of Paul Ropp, one of Bali’s most flamboyant designers, whose strikingly colorful designs have captivated the island’s fashionistas. Another ‘Mecca’ of haute couture in the area is Biasa. Biasa’s collections of Indian silks and top-quality linens for men and women are elegant and classy, but a younger crowd can also appreciate the sleek sophistication of the label’s flirtatious style. Ruffled shirts and dresses in solid colors, sequined bags, sarongs and carefully-chosen jewelry are the thing here. As you venture into the belly of Seminyak, you’ll find more serious shopping opportunities. Lily Jean has established herself as one of the island’s fashionistas and boasts a great selection of party clothes and basics. Her original designs mean you’re unlikely to come across someone on the sidewalk wearing the same thing. Also along this strip is Fashion Point, a small arcade with several small, original boutiques and an Italian-style café in the courtyard. Approaching the next intersection at Jalan Kunti is a jewelry store that is well worth a look for those who are serious collectors. The Atlas South Sea Pearls is a company with its own pearl farms in Bali, which sells its gems around the world. You will find these precious stones set into exquisite earrings, necklaces, pendants and rings. Continue down

the street and you’ll encounter Innuendo, where you can settle for some of the most beautifully-crafted designs on the island. The label’s locally-based French designer uses the best fabrics and impeccable tailoring to fashion designs that hang perfectly on the body. The rest of the strip is homage to houseware as soon

as you pass Café Moka – time for a pastry, perhaps? Keep your eyes peeled for new designers setting up shop. Look for Lilla Lane for great shoes and tasteful designer prices. You’ll find a branch of Kerry Grima as you approach the Jari Menari massage center, a shop selling sexy sequins.

Lily Jean

Body and Soul

Paul Ropp

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When you come to Kerobokan, bring an empty suitcase – you’ll need it for all your shopping! Given that most of the shops lining this street sell furniture – with the exception of Niluh Djelantik – you may have to swap the suitcase for something much bigger. If you have just bought an apartment and are looking for furnishings, this area is your number one stop. Be sure to free up at least two days to get all your shopping done and your furniture delivered. Lio Collection

The beginning of the street, where Oberoi is, is a paradise for shoe addicts. Niluh Djelantik’s boutique (formerly called ‘Nilou’) is where all manner of gorgeous shoes – sandals, heels, wedges, flats and boots – are born. Cameron Diaz and top model Gisele Bündchen have been known to purchase Niluh’s beautiful shoes and sandals. All the products are made from high quality leather and


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manufacturing is under the watchful supervision of the owner. If you have your own style preference, Niluh’s friendly staff will be delighted to help you create your own individual look. When it comes to furniture, Raya Kerobokan offers both modern, new designs and recreations of original Balinese style .One of these is the warehouse-style Jaya, full of beautifully-restored new and old

antiques. Those who favour this style will be easily seduced. If you don’t find exactly what you like, a little further down is Magic Fish. This amazing shop only carries furniture in recycled teak. A tour of the workshop in the back is a fascinating journey as we see fixtures of old houses being restored or broken down and used to create doors and wardrobes, furniture and more. Old furniture is lovingly restored and



everything glows with the sheen of the gracefully aged. J&M furniture is located on this strip as well. The modern furniture showroom displays tasteful room suggestions and fantastic pieces created by the in-house team. Further along the road, there are more houseware and furniture shops and enough variety to keep you going all day. Warisan is one of Bali’s loveliest

restaurants with its European-inspired ambience and fabulous menu. At the front of the restaurant is one of Ubud’s original trendsetters: here you will find antique furniture, jewelry and more. Knickknacks, lamps, mirrors and handicrafts shops wait to be explored. In the corner by the traffic lights, a giant Lio Collection now straddles both sides of the street. The store has a vast, expanding catalogue to suit all of your

decorating and furnishing needs: indoor and outdoor furniture, antiques and modern, synthetic rattan furniture and colorful light fixtures. It is possible to navigate the street on foot but be aware that there is usually a lot of traffic. Your easiest option is to come by taxi or with a scooter or car which you can park in front of each shop you stop by.

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STYLE-CONSCIOUS JL OBEROI Jalan Oberoi was once a small, sinuous country road winding through the rice fields. The road led to a swampy river and, beside it, a quiet temple, which, it was rumoured, had been cursed with black magic. Today this road is wellknown as a mandatory stop for all the stylish, beautiful people visiting Bali. Why? Because Jalan Oberoi is the playground of the island’s trendiest.


Many Oberoi-origin names have risen to international status, from jewelers to stylish frock makers, luxury Asian vintage garments and more. At the beginning of the street, you’ll come upon I love Bali, a funky - and probably the smallest - store in Bali offering slinky resort wear and groovy prints. A live tree has been planted in the center of the shop, whose branches stretch impressively through the roof. Buddha Wear just next door is its perfect antithesis, with basic shapes and a range of solid tones in fluid jersey material and some silks. On the same side of the strip is The Prisoners of St. Petersburg, offering a mix of vintage trinkets and easy “printed wear”. Dinda Rella, a brand synonymous with high fashion, carries garments ornamented with lace, frills,


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feathers and Swarovski crystals. On the opposite side of the street is K&I all about sparkle, glam and sexiness; featuring designs that are short, fitted and stretchy. Its neighbor is So Clothes, whose focus is more on peace, love and rock n’ roll with its hippy style; while Simple Konsep Store offers – you guessed it – “simple concept” apparel for him and her replete with Italian charm and playfulness. Magali Pascal, around the corner, carries a simply lovely range of bags and elegant blouses to create the perfect wardrobe for the girly girl. Lulu’s designs are along the same lines but more casual, while Lily Jean’s boutique features an eclectic mix of sassy beach and evening wear and accessories. Further down the street is By The Sea, whose inventory is all about the beach



with a Hawaiian-Copacabana mix of classic prints. Knit is basically a mirror image of one of the island’s shopping musts: Biasa. Religion is the UK brand emporium in Bali: spinning its hip, trashy rock n’ roll style just as we like it. Uma and Leopold is erratic yet attractive and always has something fabulous. Surfer dudes and chicks can always find something to wear at the newlyexpanded Drifter. Popular surf labels such as Rip Curl and the like as well as skateboard labels are the thing here. A couple of doors down is This Is A Love Song, a small concept store with, certainly, a lot of love. Offering basic everyday wear using the finest pre-washed cottons in the most comfortable cuts, the store is favoured by younger crowds. Men’s fashion is celebrated at Dejong, whose designs are predominantly modern and casual, but there is a line featuring a trendier collection. At the end of the street is the Seminyak Square, a dining and shopping arcade. The venue has two long corridors on the first and second floor and a wide garden with benches and tables. The tenants are those with good reputations and have been exclusively selected.



Like the trees that line the wide, paved promenades, Bali Collection, Nusa Dua’s premier shopping complex, is maturing - into a complete shopping and dining experience. With the addition of several leading retailers, the mall is abuzz with shoppers and now features a great selection of fashion, jewelry, handicrafts and food outlets. Central to the complex is leading department store, Sogo. With a wide variety of local and imported labels, there are some great buys here, such as genuine designer perfumes at very competitive prices. Local designers have designated spaces in the store, both imported and local shoe labels are wellrepresented and local handicrafts such as silks and batik can also be found here. What was life like before Starbucks?

The popular coffee shop adjoins the department store, as well as a leading sports retailer with great buys and prominent brands. Toys and children’s clothes and shoes, underwear and cosmetics offer both quality and variety. Also close at hand is a retailer called Alun Alun selling beautiful batik, houseware and gifts - many in traditional batik motifs. The Body and Soul outlet stocks a wide range of apparel for girls and

women. The sprawling Art Market is home to a number of vendors selling local handicrafts. The adjoining mini market is a convenient place to stock up on fruit, drinks and snacks. Exotic Gems is a beautifully-appointed jewelry store specializing in high quality gems sourced from around the world and cut by world craftsmen in India. They have an amazing array of white and colored diamonds, along with other precious and semiprecious stones, set in both classic and modern styles. Uluwatu is another retailer which has been very successful in Bali and exports its beautiful Balinese lace around the world. Fashion items as well as collectable bedding, tablecloths and more, most featuring the unique Balinese lacework, are well worth a look - and hard to resist.

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Shopping is not an Ubud specialty. Yet, owing to its position at the centre of numerous art and craft communities, Ubud is definitely the best place to get handicrafts. The items are sourced from neighbouring villages like Tegallang, Mas and Celuk. TEXT & PHOTO BY NAMHAR HERNANTO

You will find only a few internationally-branded stores and leading surf grands – found mostly along Monkey Forest Road. Jalan Hanoman, also, has become an increasingly fine shopping street. Then again, you’re in Ubud; and everyone knows that the best way to experience shopping in the area is by heading downtown to the Ubud Art Market. Located at the corner of Jalan Monkey Forest and Jalan Raya Ubud (where the Ubud Palace is at), Ubud Art Market is a two-storey warren of stalls bursting with wood carvings, batik shirts, sarongs, and all manner of souvenirs aimed specifically at tourists. The merchants here haggle with tourists for a living and think nothing of asking for ten times what they charge locals, so know your budget and be realistic when you go in to buy. Most of the merchants downstairs quickly lose interest if you try to bargain for a reasonable price. We recommend that you try the shops upstairs - where you will find the same products sold at lower prices. You will still need to use your best bargaining skills, of course. Try to avoid the period between 11am and 2pm when tour buses from further afield tend to arrive en-masse. If you are hiring a car for the day, it might be worth it to make a stop in Tegallalang, where there are more wholesale products. Besides the art market, Ubud’s other shopping areas are Jalan Raya Ubud, Jalan Hanoman and Jalan Dewi Sita. These three streets are interconnecting and can be traversed in a day on foot. You can find all kinds of things: ancient antiques, the latest designs, souvenirs, modern masterpieces of art, useful objects and whimsical trinkets. Prices vary widely, and bargaining is the norm. Take a stab at it, but always be polite. The road from Sanur to Ubud passes through a series of smaller towns and villages that specialize in the production of particular arts and crafts. The village of Celuk, famous for its gold and silversmiths, offers a multitude of gold and silver jewelries including rings, bangles, chokers, and earrings, Tusuk Konde (hair accessories), brooches and many more; some decorated with mother pearl. Huge stores all the way along Jalan Raya Celuk carry all types of intricately designed pieces. Here’s one last pearl of wisdom: if you go off the main road into the village where the craftsmen live and work, you’ll be able to take an authentic souvenir back home for an even price lower than you would find in the shops.

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A visit to a local market always provides fascinating insight into the culture of the “Real Bali.” An art market is a good place to explore the Balinese shopping experience in a natural way, get in touch with the locals and learn from them about the art of negotiation. An art market particularly popular among visitors is Sukawati Art Market, near Ubud. The myriad of art shops offer a wide range of products such as garments, souvenirs, paintings (with or without frames), baskets, colorful kites, t-shirts, bags, fans, wooden statues, dance costumes, ceremonial items and so on. The market also sells trinkets in bulk - but quality is dubious. Sukawati Art Market purchases the largest order of handicrafts and traditional handmade products in Bali, and is located on the main road of Sukawati. This two-storey building is


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packed with tourists and locals almost every weekend; especially during summer, Christmas, Eid Ul Fitr (Islamic holiday) and New Year’s holiday – sometimes you can’t even get a space in the parking lot. You will gradually come to understand more deeply the ‘art of buying’. You will have to bargain – even if the vendor offers you a “morning price”, meaning an especially low price vendors offer only in the mornings so that they can kick off the trading day with a few sales under their belts, and make the rest of the day a successful one.

Around two hundred meters west of Sukawati Art Market is Pasar Seni Pagi or ‘Morning Art Market’. The morning market is open very early – before dawn – until around 7 or 8 in the morning. Souvenir retailers from other parts of Bali normally come here to purchase semi-finished products at very low prices. If you’re an early riser – and a good negotiator – visiting the morning market will not only get you the best prices, but also allow you to experience a one-of-a-kind art adventure.

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Denpasar is a place where modern and traditional approaches coexist. When you shop, you therefore have two options: haggle for low-priced goods or pay the full price for higher quality goods. At the traditional markets you can find unique handicrafts, woodcarvings, local spices, and much more. Shops selling similar items are often clustered together, which makes negotiating and comparing prices easier. Jalan Sulawesi is a small yet commercial street in the city and it is well-known for its fabric shops. Here, you will find rich choices of textiles such as cottons, silks, satins, brocades and much more. The prêt-a-porter clothing is in an interesting range here, particularly if you want to try the Balinese traditional dress. At first glance, the shops appear to be selling the same or similar products, but each shop is in fact unique. It’s a good idea to scour each one so you can compare what’s on offer. Don’t forget to bargain on prices! Pasar Badung traditional market on Jalan Gajah Mada is a favorite for those searching for Indonesian spices. The traditional market is the largest

market in Bali and acts as a sort of clearing house for many of the island’s goods. For all you know, the sarong vendors at Padangbai may have bought their wares at Pasar Badung! Fruit and vegetable producers from around Bali bring their goods to sell at Pasar Badung, so the market is humming with activity 24/7. At the ground floor of Pasar Badung, particularly around the stairwells, we see older Balinese ladies preparing and selling traditional Balinese snack foods, ground chilies, vegetables and an array of other items. The lower floors of the market are reserved for meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. The upper floors


Bali’s craftsmen tend to settle in specialist areas; this used to mean that shoppers wishing to see the best of what the island has to offer had to spend a lot of time on the road – until now. Spreading like wildfire is a new style of handicraft retailing in Bali, known as the Oleh Oleh (gift) stores. The rise of these stores means that it is no longer necessary to scout the entire island in search of local handicrafts – they can now be found under one roof! You won’t necessarily find the best versions of these items, as low prices are definitely the order of the day here; however, the variety, low prices and all-in-one shopping experience are attracting more and more shoppers. One of the first of these specialist stores was in Geneva in Jalan Raya Kerobokan. Wares are spread over three floors; shoppers push giant carts and buy big. The store stocks everything from rattan tableware, 62

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incense, wood carvings, local textiles and pillows to stone carvings, furniture and giant earthenware pots. For those settling in a new house, this is practically a one-stop shop. The new Oleh Oleh shops can’t possibly stock everything for everyone, but they are certainly trying! From souvenirs like Bali t-shirts, sarongs, scarves and novelty items to fans, fabrics, baskets and tableware, Bali’s new gift shops have it all. Buying in bulk means rock-bottom prices and, for many people, the relief of knowing they no longer need to bargain with vendors for each and every piece they buy. Be sure to check out the Oleh Oleh stores mushrooming along Sunset Road and Bypass.

are for spices and traditional Balinese and Muslim attire. Also for sale are Balinese ceremonial equipment such as umbrellas and baskets. Those who don’t have much time can always head to gift stores such as Erlangga and Krisna (now also open on Sunset Road). Located on Jalan Nusa Kambangan, both stores are popular for their complete Balinese souvenir collections. Accessories, batik shirts, beach sarongs, wooden statues and toys, handbags and ethnic sandals are amongst the top items sold in the store. Erlangga also has quite a selection of traditional snacks, most of which contain peanuts.

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Bali has been known and voted as a top island destination by several distinguished international travel magazines. But who would’ve thought that it is also one of the top fashion capitals in the world? This year, The Global Language Monitor has ranked Bali 21st in its list of the 50 top fashion capitals in the world. Of course, this achievement is due to the productivity and creativity of the island fashion folks, in which the Bali-based fashion designers are key players. In this edition of NOW! Bali we caught up with two of the most established fashion designers on the island. Dwi Iskandar and Putri Mertaningsih, with their own distinctive styles, are amongst the many talented designers that have made fashion in Bali an ever-growing scene. The two, together with tens of other designers, will hold their show this October 29-30 in the first annual Bali Garden Party at Taman Bhagawan, Tanjung Benoa. 64

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Dwi Iskandar has made a name for himself in the fashion fraternity and is making waves in the country’s fashion horizon. Unsurprisingly, he is currently the chairman of the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Fashion Designers and Entrepreneurs Association (APPMI). His ingenious designs have been highly applauded, for he has brought an age of revival. He made a successful venture into retailing with his two labels, Dwi Iskandar and Dwico, two very different product lines. Dwi studied hospitality in college, but his love for fashion preoccupied his mind always. He would recommend people what to wear and help them gain a dress sense. It was then that he decided to take up fashion design as a profession and transferred to the Fashion School of Adrianto Halim here in Bali. In 2001, he opened his first boutique, selling modified clothes for men and women. After his ready-to-wear collection was well-received by the market, Dwi went on to create his own label. During this time, Dwi went to work creating a cocktail and evening dress collection. He uses unusual texturing and detailing, coming up with ‘fusion’ styles with gorgeous embellishments in vibrant, eclectic colors. Being a native of East Java and growing up in the island’s rural area, it didn’t take long for Dwi to develop his own distinguished style of merging ethnic inspirations and fabrics with contemporary design into his unique men’s and women’s collections. Despite its short life cycle, the label’s reputation landed Dwi in many prestigious fashion events in Bali, Jakarta and Jogjakarta, as well as international events in San Francisco and Hong Kong. His second label, Dwico, is equally successful and is a take on casual wear and uniform. Dwico has been known to have big names such as the W Retreat & Spa Bali as clients. Dwico is also known as the preferred casual wear for many of the island’s high-profile socialites.

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PUTRI MERTANINGSIH The island’s fashion-conscious ladies should know Dinda Rella, a label synonymous with high fashion. Few people, however, have heard of Putri Mertaningsih, the Balinese beauty who owns and designs the label. In some cases, models can become very successful designers, and Putri is testimony. Before gaining notoriety for her exquisite beading, crystals and rhinestonestudded silk and satin designs, Putri was a runway model. Yet, unlike her fellow models, she enjoyed spending more time backstage talking to the designers. It was then that she started to develop a passion for designing dresses. Though she has had no formal education in design, Putri’s passion for fashion and creativity has earned her label high esteem amongst the island’s stylish female crowd and those who love beauty and elegance. To Putri, looking good does not mean having to sacrifice comfort; for her dresses are designed with elegance and practicality in mind. Her philosophy is to create “Dream in Dresses” for women who love masterpiece quality. Putri’s wedding dresses are complete with the headpiece and accompanying flower girl dress, and they are her highest-demand designs. She rarely fails to put a smile on her clients’ faces. She’s the kind of woman who touches a fabric and knows how it feels to wear it; she looks at a heel and knows how far she could walk in it. That said, Dinda Rella has become one of the most sought-after fashion labels now, because what started as a salon boutique in 2006 has grown to a number of outlets in Bali (Seminyak area and some exclusive resorts and hotels) and Jakarta.


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VALE: IDA AYU KOMPIANG SUTARTI OKA (Wife of the late Raja Bongkasa Drs I Gusti Gede Agung Oka) Ibu Kompiang died peacefully in her Sanur home on 3rd September 2011, aged 79. She had been playing cards with friends in the morning and was gone (lebar) by lunchtime. If any lady deserved a peaceful transition, after a full life of service to her family and community, and to the Indonesian Republic, it was Ibu Kompiang. Her popular husband, ‘Bapak Oka’, had been head of Depdikbud (Dept. of Education and Culture) in Bali for almost a decade and went on to be head the National Sports Council in Jakarta, always with Ibu Kompiang as head of the Dharma Wanita Ladies Auxiliary. Born into Denpasar’s brahmana house, Geria Tapakgangsul, the daughter of Pedanda Gede Karang — and sister of the well-known boulevardiers Gus Pang, Gus Pong and Gus Pung — she was part of a generation of smart, uberelegant ladies which included Ibu Ida Ayu Diwangkara, owner of the Diwangkara Hotel next to the Grand Bali Beach. I first knew Ibu Kompiang when she was secretary to (the then) Hotel Bali Beach G.M., Siegfried Biel, the German visionary who first gave Ubud-based artist Hans Hoefer a leg up in 1970, as publisher of the first APA GUIDE, “The Guide to Bali” — on his way to becoming Southeast Asia’s most successful travel book publisher. Ibu Kompiang was my first ‘mentor’ in Sanur society (when I was a tennis coach at the Bali Beach). I learned at this time that she had had to deal with all the 50s and 60s legends — including President Soekarno, artist Le Mayeur, antiquaire Jimmy Pandy, Cultural Tourism pioneer Wija Waworuntu, Diparda head Pak Riyasa and artists Donald Friend and Ari Smit — and would have had a pivotal role in stabilizing society, with her young husband, post the tumultuous and bloody era of the Communist Insurrection. She ran an artshop in the Bali Beach arcade and hosted gatherings of the legendary Chicago Group of upper echelon local government officials — the ‘club’ of royals who

loved Charlie Chaplin movies, Frank Sinatra music and Balinese Culture of which she was the last survivor. She raised five perfectly-mannered children who all married children of other first families (Puri Agung Sukawati, Puri Agung Karangasem and Puri Carangsari, amongst them) and was a loving grandmother to 15 grandchildren. In later years she was a permanent court fixture at all royal weddings and cremations and guided her home palace, Puri Bongkasa, into its position as a popular, classic venue for lavish Balinese feasts and dance performances. She was a people’s princess in the true sense of the expression, and a great lady. She was as egalitarian as she was royal — her smile and trademark giggle could warm a courtyard of stuffy courtiers from 50 paces. She is survived by her seven children, her brother Pedanda Gede Ngurah Karang known as Gus Pung and three other siblings.

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• • • Every year, on Lebaran, Bali’s most glamorous Javanese lady, Tatie Waworuntu traditionally holds a Halal Bihalal open house for her large family, and for her Bali friends. As doyenne of Bali’s now burgeoning community of Jakartans, Tatie is the hostess with the mostess. No-other matriarch can compete with the Indonesian treats that grace her table, and her exquisite garden. This year there is a bouquet of daughters, daughter-in-laws and granddaughters flittering around Tatie Waworuntu’s garden like exotic butterflies.

5th September 2011: To Puri Bongkasa Palace, West of Sayan, to ‘melayat’ after the death of another great lady (see box). There are only a handful of Balinese palaces left which still have spacious well-maintained courtyards and purely traditional pavilions. ‘The Bongkasas’ have lived in Sanur for most of the past 50 years in a large compound next to the Segara Village Beach Hotel; despite this they have managed to keep their home palace in top working order. ‘Melayat’ is the Indonesian custom of visiting the house of the deceased in the hours or days after the death. The visitor usually gives an envelope of cash or gifts. In Bali it is mandatory to give a length of white kasa cloth, and some rice and sugar, as a sign of solidarity and respect. Today I sit with the deceased’s sister-inlaw, as lines of nobles from Bali’s first families — from Puri Klungkung, Puri Sukawati and Puri Sayan — file past the ceremonial pavilion where the body of the late matriarch lies in state, and take up honoured positions in the high pavilions, where high tea is served (See my video “Melayat” on watch?v=T5v57Ualr0g and http://www. This will go on for the next 6 weeks until the cremation on the 22nd October.

9th September 2011: Seminyak’s oldest eatery celebrates 20 years in the business In 1991 a few Italian friends and a Balinese starlet started Seminyak’s first fine-dining restaurant with a view over the rice fields. Husbands came and went but these ladies stuck together, despite age and cultural differences. Simona was a third generation hotelier, and Mary Rossi an aristocrat from an ancient Sicilian family of meat-packers. Dayu Sri is an Ubud Brahman with an hour-glass figure. She is widely regarded as the Paulette Godard of Batu Belig. The rice fields have long gone but the

Puri Sayan princes atop the ‘float’ carrying a palace ancestor’s spirit effigy to the cremation ground.

restaurant remains, as a base for expat sun-lovers and theme party enthusiasts. Despite stiff opposition from other big eateries — local restaurants with similar clientele such as Sarung and Metis among them — it is really only Made’s Warung Seminyak which rivals Warisan as a banjar for boisterous bulé and their local friends. Bravo Dayu Sri, Mary Rossi, Jean-Paolo, and Simona and may Warisan help the high-kickers and high-rollers for another 20 years!

11th September 2011: To Pura Dalem Kawi, Sayan, near Ubud, for a mass tooth-filing ceremony The puberty ritual of mepandes — when the top six teeth are filed down — is often held in conjunction with the exquisitely refined series of rites held for the purification of departed souls. The offerings for both sets of rituals are similar; both involve the gathering of all family members. Multiply that by 100 and you have an idea of the scale of the mass events popular in the highland villages of Bali these days. Today I arrive in an outer temple court as the famous albino water buffalo from Taro village is getting a load of offerings; the ceremony is taking place next to the grandstand of the soul effigies, all glittering with gold leaf crowns and rice pastry towers.

Inside the temple, the celebrants are dressed as angels — the boys with rouged lips and artificially arched eyebrows; the girls in classic Balinese ‘bon-bon’ confectionary. In the morning light, with the angklung gamelan playing and the priest’s bell ringing, it feels like the prettiest place on the planet. The local prince — lead-drummer in the gamelan — and is scheduled to ride the magnificent ‘float’ to the cremation ground at noon. He tells me that the gamelan is a gift of ‘Tuan’ Colin McPhee, author of ‘Music in Bali’, in 1936. At noon, pre tooth-filing, the angklung starts a haunting processional tune; and the 100 celebrants and 150-odd spirit effigies plus one albino water buffalo then process three times around the t i g h t outer court. It is the most beautiful ceremony I have ever seen. See my video on com/watch?v=y_ BEvh1893E and http:// watch?v=VEYetJConCE

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The new family temple blessing ceremony

The life of the Balinese is filled with ceremonies, rites of passage, appeasement of the gods, ancestors and the spirits of the fields. It is a ritualistic life and filled with meaning. While in the southern areas, many Balinese have problems juggling their spiritual life with the business of making business, in Karengasem most people still have plenty of time to follow traditions. TEXT AND PHOTOS BY AYU SEKAR


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p in the hills behind Amed, the small village of Bangle plays host to a ceremony to bless a new family temple. The family is big. Six patriarchs from the mountains have a domain of relatives that extends from the mountains, to Buleleng, Klung Kung, to Denpasar and even to Sumbawa. It is a meeting of the clans. The impressive new temple is ready to be blessed, the gods entertained, the spirits of the ancestors appeased, as they are shifted from their old home. While the family is not rich, no expense is spared to make the ceremony impressive and give both the gods and the guests a good show. The ceremony starts long before dawn, as the pigs are slaughtered and prepared for roasting over the charcoal. Lawar is made with the chopped pig meat and mixed with vegetables, coconut and spices. Soup and sticks of satay are prepared, also with meat and coconut ready for roasting. By 9am it is time for breakfast. The meal is served Mengabong, the Karengasem style

where groups of five or six people gather around a communal plate of rice with delicious satay, chunks of roasted pork, the soup and lawar- this is real Balinese ƒood – spicy and full of flavour. Sharing food in this manner engenders a feeling of community and sharing. After breakfast, it is time for the entertainment – Rejang dancers and a talented mask dancer put on an enchanting performance. The Bangle Gamelan ensemble, the best in the area, plays, setting the scene for the dancers. As with all Balinese ceremonies, the atmosphere is very relaxed. People come and go; talking, sitting together and taking it easy. Cool breezes blow up the green valley; someone comes around bearing glasses of tuak, freshly harvested from the palm. The dancers continue their dance; everything is in order. The entire ceremony is explicit with symbolism. The spirits of the ancestors must be moved to the new temple and many preparations have been made. In the inner courtyard several large holes have been dug. The perdanda, or high

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priest, presides over the ceremony as symbolic offerings are put into the holes while prayers are recited, before they are again covered over. Later in the day a crowd makes its way to the springs to pray and collect holy water, a ritual known as mesuci. With brightly-coloured umbul umbul leading the way the procession is a beautiful sight as it meanders along the narrow track. It is late in the day when the procession makes its way back. The sun has dipped behind the towering hills and the cool of the evening has descended. A family Permangku stands waiting with holy water. Women stand with offerings. It is coming to the highlight of the day when the temple will be blessed and brought alive. Men stand by with ceremonial daggers (keris) ready to dance and to welcome the gods to the temple. There is a lot oĆ’ shouting and animated dancing as they wave the keris in the air. Then it is time for prayers in the new temple. Each participant is sprinkled with blessed holy water and peace descends. The next morning there will be tajin or a cockďŹ ght in the outer temple grounds. Later the old temple will be knocked down, as the spirits of the ancestors have all moved to their grand new home.


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THE NOW!BALI DIRECTORY On the following pages you will find lists of places, people and things that we think are important. It’s not the telephone directory or the yellow pages but we think we’ve covered a lot of useful numbers - including those hard to find “take away” restaurants! We will be delighted to hear from you to tell us: What’s missing, what’s not necessary and what’s wrong. We will put them all right next issue! Send your correction to WENI@PHOENIX.CO.ID EMERGENCIES HOSPITALS AIRLINES TRAVELS AGENTS CONSULATES CAR RENTALS / TAXIS GALLERIES MUSEUMS

EMERGENCIES Airport Information: 751 011 - ext. 5123 Ambulance : 118 Fire Department : 113 PLN (Electricy) : 123 Police : 110 Seach & Rescue : 111 / 115 / 151 Bali Tourist Information Century Plaza Jl. Benesari No. 7 Legian, Kuta P. 754 090 Bali Tourism Office Jl. S. Parman, Renon, Denpasar P. 222 387 Central Post Office Jl. Raya Puputan, Denpasar P. 223 566 Kuta Post Office Jl. Raya Kuta Gg. Selamat, Kuta, P. 754 012 Legian Tourist Information Jl. Legian No. 37, Kuta, P. 755 424

HOSPITALS Aesthetic Clinic (Sayan Aesthetic Institute) Jl. Penestanan, Sayan, Ubud, Bali. P. 972 648, F. 972 632 Bali Chiropractic Center (BCC) Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Gg. Langlang Buana No. 4, Kuta P. 767 177

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Bali 911 Dental Clinic Jl. Patimura No. 9, Denpasar P. 249 749 BIMC Hospitals Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 100X, Kuta P. 761 263, Chiropractor Jl. Kajeng 35, Ubud, P. 974 393 Darma Usadha Public Hospital Jl. PB.Sudirman, No.50, Denpasar P. 227 560

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS 95 WATER SPORTS 95 LAND SPORTS 96 HOTELS, RESORTS & VILLAS 96 RESTAURANTS 99 BARS 104 SPAS 104 SHOPPING 106 Mahkota Medical Centre Kuta Galeria Blok PM 1 No. 11 Jl. Patih Jelantik – Kuta, Bali P. 769 062 Nusa Dua Dental Clinic Jl. Pratama No. 81 A, Nusa Dua P. 771 324 Nusa Dua Medical Service Grand Hayatt hotel, Nusa Dua P. 772 392 / 771 118

Dental Clinic Jl. Sesetan 473, Denpasar, P. 228 531

Pediatrician Jl. Tuban, Kuta P. 751 301

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PENTA Medica Clinic Jl. Teuku Umar Barat - Marlboro No. 88, Denpasar P. 744 6144

Dr. Welly’s Clinic Ruko Sunset Indah I, No. 10, Kuta P. 767 619 / 857 7345 Global Chiropractic Istana Kuta Galeria, Valet 2 No. 16 Kuta, P. 769 279 International Tourist Medical Service Jl. Legian - Kabuki Shopping, Kuta P. 240 730 / 767 488 International SOS Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 505X Kuta, P. 710 505 Kasih Ibu Hospital Jl. Teuku Umar 120, Denpasar P. 223 036 Kuta Clinic Jl. Raya Kuta, Kuta P. 753 268

Sanglah Public Hospital P. 227 911 Surya Usadha Public Hospital JL. Pulau Serangan 1-3 Denpasar P. 235 041 Ubud Clinic Jl. Raya Campuhan No. 36, Ubud P. 974 911 White Lotus Chiropratic Istana Kuta Galeria, Valet 2 No. 5-6 Jl. Raya Patih Jelantik, Kuta P. 769 004

AIRLINES Batavia Air Jl. Sunset Road Complex pertokoan Sunset Indah II Blok A9 P. 767 633

Cathay Pacific Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 751 011 ext 5396 China Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 754 856 Continental Airlines Wisti Sabha Bld, 2nd fl. Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 768 360 Garuda Indonesia Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 751 011 – ext. 5204 Kuta Paradiso Hotel Kuta, P. 225 047 Jl. Sugianyar No. 5 P. 232 454 Japan Airlines Jl. Raya Kuta, Tuban P. 757 077 / 764 733 Korean Air Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 768 377 Malaysia Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 764 995 Merpati Airlines Jl. Gatot Subroto No.26 Denpasar P. 420 999, F. 418 418 Qantas Grand Bali Beach Hotel, Sanur P. 288 331 Qatar Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Yudhistira Room, Kuta P. 752 222 Royal Brunei Airlines SDN BHD Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 755 748

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Singapore Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport P. 768 388 / 766 940

Brazil ( Honorary Consulate ) By The Sea Store. Jl. Legian 186 2nd floor , Kuta, P. 757 775

Thai Airways International PCL Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel, Sanur P. 288141, F. 288063

Chile ( Honorary Consulate ) Jl. Pengembak Gg. 1/3 , Sanur P. 756 781

Trans Nusa Jl. Sunset Road No. 100C Simpang Siur, Kuta P. 847 7395, F. 847 7454

Czech Republic ( Honorary Consulate ) Jl. Pengembak 17 , Sanur P. 286 465, F. 286 408

TRAVELS AGENTS AsiaBeds Jl. Tjok Agung Tresna Denpasar P. 233 239, F. 232 577 Asia Voyages Specialized In French Tailormade Tours, Ikat Plaza Building Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No.505 Kuta P. 727560, F. 727876, Bagus Discovery Jl. I Gusti Ngurah Rai 300B, Tuban P. 751 223 / 761 877, F. 761 896 Bali Discovery Tours Jl. By pass Ngurah Rai, Sanur P. 286 283, F. 286 284 Bayu Buana Travel Bali Ruko Sunset Indah II/5 Sunset Road 819, Kuta P. 755 788, F. 754 311 KCBJ Tour and Travel Jl. Raya Kuta No. 127, P. 751 517 F. 752 777, Lila Travel & Tours Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 100X Tuban, P. 761 555 Look Asia Holidays Bali Jl. Patih Jelantik Istana Kuta Galeria Block Ethnic No. 16, Kuta P. 769 421, Lux2Asia Komplek Pertokoan Graha Alamanda Blok 2, Jl. Tjok Agung Tresna, Renon Denpasar, P. 242 999, F. 240 222

Denmark & Norway ( Honorary Consulate ) Mimpi Resort Jimbaran, Kawasan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran P. 701 070 / 701 074, F. 701 073 France ( Consular Agency ) Jl. Mertasari Gg. II No. 8, Sanur P. 285 485

Auto Bagus Car Rental Jl. Tukad Balian No. 888, Renon Denpasar, P. 722 222 Bali Car Hire Jl. Gunung Guntur XVII No. 20 Denpasar, P. 411 499, F. 420 784 Bali Car Rentals Jl. Tunjung Sari No. 69, Denpasar P. 411 499 Bali Happy Rent Car Jl. Raya Kuta 72X, Kuta, P. 751 954 Bali Trip Car Rental Jl. Raya Sayan No. 1X, Ubud P. 780 0923 / 974 923

Germany ( Honorary Consulate ) Jl. Pantai Karang No. 17, Sanur P. 288 535 E.

Blue Bird Jl. By Pass Nusa Dua No. 4 Jimbaran, P. 701 111

Hungary ( Honorary Consulate ) Marintur - Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 219 Sanur, P. 287 701 E. cristofoli@denpasar.wasantara.

Golden Bird Bali Jl. By Pass Nusa Dua No. 4 Jimbaran, P. 701 621

Italy ( Vice Consulato ) Lotus Enterprise Building, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Jimbaran P. 701 005 E. Japan ( Consulate General ) Jl. Raya Puputan No. 170, Renon Denpasar, P. 227 628 E. Mexico ( Honorary Consulate ) Puri Astina Bld, Jl. Prof. Moh. Yamin No. 1A, Renon – Denpasar P. 223 266 E. Netherlands (Honorary Consulate) Jl. Raya Kuta No. 127 – Kuta P. 761 502,

Trac Astra Rent Car Jl. By Pass Nusa Dua, Jimbaran P. 703 333,

GALLERIES Alila Ubud Gallery Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan Ubud, P. 975 963, Bamboo Gallery Yayasan Bamboo Lestari, Jl. Nyuh Kuning, Pengosekan, Ubud, P. 975 037 Biasa Gallery Jl. Seminyak 34, Seminyak P. 730 308 / 847 5766

Spain ( Honorary Consulate ) Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Br. Lungsiakan, Kedewatan – Ubud P. 975 736, E.

Casa Iseabo Jl. Laksmana 22A Seminyak P. 785 6418

Pacto Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 141, Sanur P. 288 790 (Hunting), F. 288 703

Swedish and Finnish Consulate c/o Hotel Segara Village - Jl. Segara Ayu, Sanur, P. 282 223, F. 282 211 M: 081 7972 3658

Danes Art Veranda Jl. Hayam Wuruk 159, Denpasar P. 250 037

Panorama Tour Jl. By Pass Ngurah. Rai, Kuta P. 726 800, F. 726 803

Switzerland & Austria (Consulate) Jl. Patih Jelantik, Komplek Istana Kuta Galeri Bok Valvet2 #12 – Kuta P. 751 735 E.

Esok Lusa Gallery Jl. Raya Seminyak, Seminyak P. 735 262

Satriavi Tours & Travel Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 11 A Denpasar, P. 756 769, F. 756 768 The Bali Concierge Jl. Jl. Raya Kuta No. 88R P. 755 136, F. 766 810 Vayatour Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 143, Sanur P. 285 555 / 281 145 E.

CONSULATES Australia ( Incl. Canada & New Zealand ) Jl. Tantular 32, Renon, Denpasar P. 241 118, F. 221 195 / 241 120 / 239 099


USA ( Consular Agency ) Jl. Hayam Wuruk 188, Tanjung Bungkak – Denpasar P. 233 605 E. United Kingdom ( Honorary Consulate ) Jl. Tirta Nadi No. 20 – Sanur P. 270 601,F. 287 804

CAR RENTALS / TAXIS Aroma Bali Jl. Umalas Kangin, Kerobokan Kelod P. 862 0856 / 803 3715

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Exhibit Gallery Jl. Petitenget 106, Seminyak P. 4739 385 Folkart Gallery Jl Laksamana 17B, Seminyak P. 738 113/734 123 Franklin Lee Art Gallery Jl Laksamana 34A, Seminyak

Heart Gallery P. 62 (0) 817 975 3111 Jenggala Gallery Jl. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran P. 703 311, Karma Gallery Jl. Tangkuban Perahu, Kuta P. 734 130, Kendra Gallery Uma Sapna Villa Seminyak P. 736 628, Klinik Seni Taxu Gallery Jl. Gunung Rinjani IX A No. 8 Denpasar, P. 482 593 Komaneka Fine Art Gallery Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud P. 976 090, F. 977 140 Low Art Gallery Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud P. +62 81 338 565 962 Mata Gallery Jl. Basangkasa No. 215 Seminyak, P. 737 243 Metis Gallery Jl. Petitenget No.6, Kerobokan Kelod P. 4737 888, F. 847 5472 Naka Contemporary Art Jl. Kunti No. 16, Seminyak, Bali P. 733 768 Natural Fibre Gallery Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud P. 742 1960 / 977 995 Open Space Gallery Jl. Danau Tamblingan, P. 289 363 Oracle Gallery Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud, Opposite Uma Hotel Paros Gallery Jl. Pantai Purnama Br. Pala, Sukawati P. 298 120 Quidzy Gallery Jl. Kunti II No. 20, Seminyak P. 738 631 / 736 859 Raka Fine Art Gallery Jl. Raya Mas No. 86 Mas, Ubud P. 974 538 Richard Meyer Culture Jl. Petitenget 200xx, Kerobokan P. 744 5179 Seniwati Gallery Jl. Sriwidari 2B, Ubud, P. 975 485 The Society Art Gallery Jl. Kunti Seminyak, P. 733 771 The Gallery Jl. Sunset Road 89 Seminyak P. 731 738

Gajah Mas Gallery Jl. Hanoman at Jl. Pengosekan Ubud, P. 976 283

Tony Raka Jl. Raya Mas No. 86 Mas, Ubud P. 781 6785

Ganesha Gallery Four Seasons Hotel Jimbaran P. 701 010

Baliwood Galeries Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632

Gaya Fusion of Senses Jl. Raya Sayan, Ubud, P. 979 253/979 252

Baliwood Exhibitions Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632

MUSEUMS Antonio Blanco Renaissance Museum Jl. Raya Campuan, Ubud P. 975 502, ARMA (Agung Rai Museum of Art) Jl. Bima Pengosekan, Ubud P. 974 228 Museum Le Majeur Jl. Hang Tuah, Sanur, P. 286 201 Museum of Bali Jl. Letkol Wisnu - Denpasar P. 227 7271 Museum Pasifika BTDC Area Blok P Nusa Dua 80363 P. 774 624 / 774 935 F. 774 559 Museum Puri Lukisan Jl. Raya Ubud, Gianyar P. 975 136 Neka Art Museum Jl. Raya Campuhan P. 975 074 Museum Sidik Jari Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 175, P. 235 115 Rudana Museum Peliatan, Teges - Ubud, P. 975 779

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS TEMPLES Tanah Lot South West Bali - Tabanan

Bali Botanical Garden Candi Kuning, Baturiti, Tabanan P. (0368) 220 50 / 212 73 Bali Orchid Garden Jl. Bypass Tohpati – Kusumba 1 P. 466 010 Bali Botanical Garden Candi Kuning, Baturiti Tabanan 80191 P. (0368) 220 50 / 212 73 Bali Safari and Marine Park Jl. By Pass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra, Gianyar, P. 950 000 Bali Treetop Adventure Park Bedugul Botanical Gardens P. 852 0680, Bali Zoo Desa Singapadu, Gianyar P. 294 356 / 294 357, F. 298 608 Elephant Safari Park Jl. Elephant Park Taro, Ubud Bali P. 721 480 Paintball Jimbaran Hills Activity Village Banjar Kangin Ungasan Nusa Dua P. 703 473, F. 703473 Umalas Stable Jl. Lestari 9X, Umalas Kauh Kerobokan, P. 731 402 Waterbom Bali PO BOX 1055 Tuban, Kuta-Bali P. 755 676, F. 758 243 CAVES

Pura Jayaprana Northwest Bali

Goa Gajah ( Elephant Cave ) Near Teges - Gianyar

Pura Besakih Northeast Bali - Karangasem

Goa Karang Sari Nusa Penida Island-Southeast of Bali

Pura Ulun Danu Batur Near Batur Village

Goa Lawah ( Bat Cave ) Klungkung

Pura Gunung Kawi North of Ubud - between Seribatu & Tampak Siring


Pura Tirtha Empul North of Ubud - between Seribatu & Tampak Siring

Puri Agung Kanginan Karangasem, Amlapura

Uluwatu South Bali on Bukit Badung Pura Rambut Siwi Southwest Bali ( 10km from Madewi ) Pura Yeh Gangga Near Mengwi - Tabanan Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Near Bedugul Pura Tirta Gunung Kawi North of Ubud - between Seribatu & Tampak Siring Brahma Vihara Ashrama Buddhist Monastery Near Lovina PARKS Bali Bird Park Jl. Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu P. 299 352

Puri Semarapura - Klungkung

Taman Ujung Water Palace Near Amlapura, East Bali Tirtha Gangga Royal Bathing Pools Near Amlapura, Karangasem

WATER SPORTS DIVING & SNORKELING AquaMarine Diving Jl. Raya Petitenget 2A, Kuta P. 473 8020, F. 473 8021 Bakas Aneka Citra Wisata Tirta Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 82, Sanur P. 287 256, F. 282 455 Bali Apollo Dive & Water Sport Jl. Pratama No. 70, Tanjung Benoa P. 778 744, F. 778 744 Bali Diving Academy Jl. Danau Buyan No. 14B, Sanur P. 270 252, F. 284 431

Bali Hai Diving Adventures Jl. Pelabuhan Benoa P. 724 062, F. 724 062

Hot Dog Dive & Water Sport Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa No. 62 P. 778 090, F. 778 090

Bali Dive Sport Club Jl. Danau Poso No. 38, Sanur P. 288 582, F. 287 692

Kristal Dive Jl. Duyung No. 25, Sanur P. 286 737, F. 286 737

Bali Eka Jaya Jl. Raya Kediri No. 101X, Tuban P. 766 278, F. 766 279

Lembongan Tirta Wisata Br. Kelod Jungut Batu, Nusa Penida P. 740 5870

Bali International Diving Profesional Jl. Danau Poso No. 26, Sanur 80228 P. 270 759 / 285 065, F. 270 760 Bali Scuba Jl. Danau Poso No. 40, Sanur P. 288 610, F. 270 862 Benoa Tirta Harum Jl. Pratama No. 36X, Nusa Dua P. 775 575, F. 772 251

Mimpi Dive Mimpi Resort Menjangan P. (0362) 944 97, F. (0362) 944 98 Pigmy Bali Diving Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 99, Nusa Dua P. 778 320, F. 778 963 Pro Dive Jl. Rama No.6, Br Pesanggaran, Denpasar Selatan. P. (0362) 923 13, F. (0362) 923 13

Eco Dive International Ds Amed Culik, Karangasem P. (0363) 234 82

Reef Seen Dusun Yeh Panes Pemuteran Gerokgak, Singaraja P. (0362) 930 01, F. (0362) 930 01

Ena Dive Jl. Tirta Ening No. 1, Sanur P. 288 829, F. 287 945

Spice Dive Jl. Raya Kalibubuk, Lovina-Singaraja P. (0362) 413 05, F. (0362) 411 71

Gangga Divers Dsn Kalanganyar, Ds Nyuh Tebel Candidasa, Manggis P. (0363) 411 09, F. (0363) 414 03

Tauch Terminal Bali Jl. Danau Tamblingan X No. 31 Taman Griya Jimbaran P. 775 504 / 772 920, F. 778 473

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Terminal Selam Tulamben Ds. Br. Kubu Kec. Kubu, Karangasem P. (0363) 235 90, F. (0363) 235 90 Werner Lau Pemuteran, Bali, P. +62 81 238 591 61 Yes Dive Center Jl. Raya Candidasa, Karangasem P. (0363) 416 14, F. (0363) 410 19 Yos Marine Adventure Jl. Pintas Tanjung Benoa No. 4 P. 775 438, F. 775 439 RAFTING Bali Adventure Tours Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Pesanggaran P. 721 480, F. 721 481 Sobek Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 100X Simpang Siur Kuta P. 768 050, F. 768 090 CRUISES Bali Hai Cruises PO BOX 3548, Denpasar 80001 Benoa harbour, Bali P. 720 331 F. 720 334 Bounty Cruise Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa, Pesanggaran, Denpasar, P. 726 666, F. 726 688 Island Explorer Cruise Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 662 P. 728 088 F. 728 089 Sail Sensations Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa 699x PO Box 3846 P. 725 864, F. 725 866 Sea Safari Cruises Jl. Dermaga II Pelabuhan Benoa Denpasar P. 721 212, F. 723 363 Sea Trek sailing Adventures Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 245, Sanur P. 283 358 F. 283 357 Quicksilver Cruise Jl. Raya Kerta Dalam No. 96 Sidakarya, P. 721 521 F. 728 786 OTHER WATER SPORTS Odyssey Jl. Raya Kuta No. 9X, Denpasar P. 759 777 / 759 888 F. 768 333 Bali Marine Walk Lt 2 Gedung Dunkin Donut Jl. Bay Pass Ngurah Rai, Sanur P. 282 654 / 808 0282, F. 282 654 Canyon Tubing Jl. Wirasatya VI No. 7x, Suwung Kangin - Denpasar P. 720 766, F. 726 438


SURFING SCHOOL Bali Kite School Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel, Sanur P. 276 6665, FAST BOAT TO GILI ISLAND & LOMBOK Bali Eka Jaya Jl. Setiabudi no.11 Kuta, P. 752 277 F. 751 007, BlueWater Express Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa, Bali Marina International, Benoa P. 081 338 418 988 Gili Cat Island Express Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 51, Sanur P. 271 680, F. 271 680,

LAND SPORTS GOLF COURSES Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hang Tuah 58, Sanur P. 287 733, F. 285 488 Bali Golf & Country Club Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua P. 771 791, F. 771 797 Bali Handara Kosaido Desa Pancasari, Singaraja P. 288 944 / (0362) 226 46 F. 287 358 / (0362) 230 48



Adinda Hotel Jl. Karna No. 8, Denpasar P. 240 435, F. 235 997

Aston Inn Tuban Jl. Kediri No. 5, Tuban, P. 762 828 F. 762 829

Aston Denpasar Jl. Jl. Gatot Subroto Barat No. 283 Denpasar, P. 411 999, F. 422 999 KUTA AREA 100Sunset Boutique Hotel Jl. Sunset Road No. 100, Kuta P. 766 500, F. 766 995

Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence Jl. Wana Segara, Kuta P. 754 999, F. 765 506

The Sandi Phala Jl. Wana Segara, Tuban P. 753 780, F. 753 781

Bali Kuta Resort by Swiss-Belhotel, Jl. Majapahit No. 18, Kuta, P. 762 818, F. 756 678

Bali Rani Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 751 369

D’sriwing Jl. Pantai Kuta, Gg. Buntu, Br. Pande-Kuta, P. 751 396 Grand Istana Rama Jl. Pantai Kuta/PO BOX 3293 P. 752 208,


Inna Kuta Beach Jl. Pantai Kuta No. 1, P. 751 361

Mudi Goes To The Mountain Buitan Manggis Karangasem P. (0363) 414 64 Tropical Treks @ Bali Adventour Tours Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai Pesanggaran P. 721 480, F. 721 481 OFF ROAD TOURS Bali Quad Discovery Tours Jl. Wirasatya VI No. 7x Suwung Kangin - Denpasar P. 720 766 F. 726 438 Bali Buggy Jl. Wirasatya VI No. 7x, Suwung Kangin Denpasar P. 720 766, F. 726 438

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Harris Hotel Tuban Jl. Dewi Sartika Tuban, P. 765 255 F. 766 258 Kuta Paradiso Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban P. 761 414

Hard Rock Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 761 869

Clipper Discovery Jl. Tukad Gangga III/7, Denpasar p. 256 245, F. 256 237

Bali Garden Hotel Jl. Dewi Sartika Po.Box 1062 Kuta P. 752 725

Alam Kul Kul Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 752 520 F. 752 519,

New Kuta Golf Jl. Raya Uluwatu, Kasawan Pecatu Indah Resort, Pecatu, Kuta Selatan Bali, P. 848 1327, F. 848 1400 Nirwana Bali Golf Jl. Raya Tanah Lot Tabanan P. 815 900 F. 815 902

Bali Bootcamp Seminyak Beach - Near La Luciolla P. 862 9372

The STONES Jl. Raya pantai Kuta, P. 766 100 F. 768 100,

Harris Resort Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta/PO Box 2073 P. 753 868, Harris Riverview Jl. Raya Kuta 62 A, Badung P. 761 007, F.761 007

Kuta Sea View Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 751 961 Kuta Town House Jl. Majapahit, Gg. Nusa Indah no.4 Kuta P. 750 632 Mercure Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta P. 767 411, F. 767 417 Mercure Bali Harvestland Kuta Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No.8 Simpang Siur, Kuta P. 750 483, F. 750 482 Poppies Cottages Jl. Legian, Gg. Poppies I No. 19, Legian P. 751 059, F. 752 364 Ramayana Resort & Spa Jl. Bakung Sari - Kuta P. 751864, F. 751866

Bali Dynasty Resort Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 752 403 Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, South Kuta Beach P. 751 067, F. 753 568 Hotel Santika Beach Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 751 267 F. 751 260, Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali Jl. Wana Segara 33, Tuban P. 755 577, F. 754 549 RAMA BEACH Resort & Villas Jl. Jenggala, Tuban, P. 751 557 F. 751 768, Ramada Bintang Bali Resort Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 753 292 F. 753 293, Risata Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Jenggala, South Kuta, P. 753 340 F. 753 304, The Patra Bali Resort & Villas Jl. Ir. Juanda, South Kuta Beach P. 9361 161, F. 9352 030 LEGIAN AREA All Seasons Legian Bali Jl. Padma Utara, Legian, P. 767 688 F. 756 197, Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Padma 2, Legian, P. 751 381 F. 752 377, Bali Niksoma Jl. Padma Utara Legian Kaja, P. 751946 F. 766 476, Dekuta Jl. Pantai Kuta Poppies Lane II P. 753 880, F. 752 787, Padma Resort Bali Jl. Padma No.1, Legian, P. 752 111 F. 752 140, Jayakarta Hotel JL. Werkudara Legian, Kuta P. 751 433, F. 752 765

Legian Beach Hotel Jl. Melasti legian, P. 755 711 F. 752 651, O~CE~N Bali By Outrigger Jl. Arjuna 88X Legian, Kuta, P. 737 400 F. 737 408, Ramada Resort Camakila Jl. Pura Bagus Teruna, Legian Kaja, Kuta, P. 752 877, F. 752 870 Villa de daun Jl. Raya Legian 123B Kuta, P. 756 276, F. 750 643 White Rose Hotel Jl. Legian Kuta, P. 756 515, F. 753 523 SEMINYAK AREA Amadea Resort & Villas Jl. Laksmana 55, Seminyak 80361 P. 847 8155, F. 547 8157 Anantara Seminyak Bali Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak, P. 737 773, F. 737 772 Aston Bhavana Villas Jl. Pangkung Sari Br Taman, Seminyak, P. 4730 533, F. 4730 143 Bali Island Villas & Spa Jl Raya Petitenget No. 469, Seminyak P. 4736 656, Bali Mystique Hotel Jl. Petitenget 2000 XX, P. 4730 465 B Villa Jl. Braban No. 63, Seminyak P. 736 826, F. 734 740, Desa Seni Jl. Kayu Putih No. 13, Pantai Berawa, Canggu, P. 844 6392, F. 844 6394 Grand Balisani Suites Jl. Batubelig, Seminyak P. 4730 550, Kamuela Villas Jl. Bali Deli, Seminyak, P. 780 0535 F. 767 323, Kanishka Villas Jl. Kunti, Seminyak, P. 733 870 F. 708 905, La Vie Boutique Villa Jl. Dyana Pura No. 11 Seminyak P. 732 169, F. 732 916 La Villa Mathis Jl. Bumbak 81, Banjar Anyar, Umalas - Seminyak, P. 4733 311 Maca Villas & Spa Jl. Lebak Sari No.7 petitenget P. 739 090, F. 739 088 Quadrifoglio Villas Jl. Bumbak Gg Pulau Sipora, Br Anyar Kelod, Umalas P. 744 2516 / 847 5046 Semara resort & Spa Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak P. 847 6661, F. 847 6665

Sentosa Private Villas & Spa Jl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget P. 730 333 Serene Villas Jl. Drupadi No. 22, Seminyak P. 730 899, The Amala Jl. Kunti No. 108, Seminyak P. 738 866 F. 734 299, www.theamala. com The - Dusun - Hotel Jl. Kayujati no.8,Petitenget P. 734 000 F. 734 100, The Elysian Jl. Sari Dewi no. 18 Seminyak P. 730 999, The Haven Jl. Raya Seminyak 500, P. 738 001 The Legian Jl. Laksmana-Oberoi, Seminyak P. 730 622, F. 730 623 The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Seminyak P. 730 730, F. 730 545 The Samaya Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 731 149, The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak P. 730 814, F. 730 815 The Villas Bali Hotel & Spa Jl. Kunti, Seminyak P. 730 840 The Oberoi Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak Beach P. 730 361, F. 730 791 Uma Sapna Jl. Drupadi No. 20xx, Basangkasa Seminyak, P. 736 628 Villa Karishma Jl. Umalas Klecung 10A, Umalas P. 847 67061, F. 847 6705 Umalas Residence Jl. Umalas II No. 83, Umalas Kerobokan-Kuta, P. 737 500 Villa Air Bali Jl. Lebak Sar, Br. Taman, Petitenget P. 737 378, F. 737 379 Villa Kubu Jl. Raya Seminyak, Gang Plawa No. 33 F P. 731 129, Vivalavi Villas & Spa Jl. Merta Sari, 31X, P. 847 6028 W Retreat & Spa Bali - Seminyak Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan P. 4738 106, F. 4738 104 www.whotels/baliseminyak Villa Sun and Sea JL. laksmana no 58 (gang Seminyak square), Oberoi-Seminyak P. 847 81 87,

Sanctuario Jl. Pucuk I No. 67, Tangtu, Sanur P. 467 311, F. 461 300,

Maya Sayang Pool Villa & Bar Jl. Mertasari No. 1 Seminyak P. 732 230 F. 730 587 SANUR AREA Aston Legend Villas Jl. Cemara No. 33, Sanur, P. 270 567 F. 270 562, Bali Hyatt Jl. Danau Tamblingan 89, Sanur P. 281 234, F. 287 693 Bali Pavilions Villas Jl. Danau Tamblingan, No. 76, Sanur P. 288 381,F. 288 382

Harrads Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 888, Sanur, P. 722 071, F. 722 174

Mercure Resort Sanur Jl. Mertasari, Sanur, P. 288 833, F. 287 303 Puri Santrian Jl. Danau Tamblingan No.63, Sanur P. 288 009, F. 287 101

Sanur Beach Hotel Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur P. 288 011, F. 288 106 / 287 928 Segara Village Jl. Segara Ayu, Sanur, P. 288 407 F. 287 242, The Gangsa Private Villa JL. Tirta akasa no. 28, Sanur, P. 270 260 F. 270 262, www. Villa Mahapala Jl. Pantai Sindhu, Sanur, P. 286 222 F. 281 222,

Ellora Villas Jl. Danau Tamblingan 60, Sanur P. 285 204, F. 285 914

Inna Grand Bali Beach Jl. Hangtuah No.58 Sanur P. 288 511, F. 287 917

Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel & Suites Jl. Hang Tuah 46, Sanur, P. 281 781 F. 289 166,

Courtyard by Marriott Bali Nusa Dua Kawasan Pariwisata Lot SW1 Nusa Dua, P. 300 3888, F. 300 3999 NUSA DUA AREA Villa Alamanda Puri Tirta Villas Jalan Setra Gandamayu III Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua P. 847 81 87 Aman Nusa Resort Nusa Dua, P. 772 333, F. 772 335 Ayodya Resort Bali PO Box 46, Nusa Dua, P. 771 102 F. 771 616

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Cantik Villa Puri Tirta Villas - Jalan Setra Gandamayu III Tanjung Benoa - Nusa Dua - Bali P. 847 81 87, Club Med Bali Jl. Lot 6, Nusa Dua Bali, P. 771 521 F. 771 831, Grand Hyatt Bali PO Box 53, Nusa Dua P. 771 234 F. 772 038 Kayumanis Nusa Dua BTDC Area Nusa Dua, PO Box 777 Nusa Dua, P. 770 777, F. 770 770 Melia Bali Villas & Spa Resort Kawasan Wisata BTDC Lot 1 Nusa Dua P. 771 510, F. 775 207 Nikko Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan P. 773 377 F. 773 388 Novotel Nusa Dua BTDC Complex, Nusa Dua P. 848 0555, F. 848 0556 Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, PO Box 1028, P. 771 210, F. 771 229

Conrad Bali Jl. Pratama 168, Tanjung Benoa P. 778 788, F. 773 888 Grand Mirage Hotel Jl. Pratama No.72-74 Tanjung, Benoa P. 771 888, F. 773 872 Melia Benoa All Inclusive Resort Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 771 714, F. 772 739 Novotel Benoa Bali Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 772 239, F. 772 237

The Jewel Villa JL. Goa Gong - Tiara Nusa Estate Bukit Jimbaran - Bali P. 847 81 87,

The Royal Santrian Jl Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 778 181, F. 776 999

Villa Balquisse Jl. Uluwatu No. 18X, P. 701 695 F. 703 087,


Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555

The St. Regis Bali Resort Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6, Nusa Dua, P. 847 8111 F. 847 8099, The Villas at Bali Golf & Country Club Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua P. 771 791, F. 771 797 www.BaliGolfandCountryClub The Westin Resorts PO Box 36, Nusa Dua, P. 771 906 F. 772 048,

Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali Jl. Melasti, Banjar Kelod, Ungasan P. 300 7000, F. 300 7777 Bvlgari Hotels & Resort Jl. Goa Lempeh, Uluwatu, P. 847 1000 F. 847 1111, Four Seasons Resort Bali Jimbaran Bay, P. 701 010, F. 701 022 Gending Kedis Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera 100Y Jimbaran, P. 708 906, F. 708 905 Intercontinental Bali Resort Jl. Uluwatu No. 45 Jimbaran P. 701 888, F. 701 777 Jimbaran Puri Bali Jl. Uluwatu, Jimbaran, P. 701 605 F. 701 320, Karma Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran, P. 708 800, F. 708 801,


Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, P. 848 2200 F. 848 2244,

Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 773 577, F. 774 954

Keraton Jimbaran Resort & Spa Jl. Mrajapati Jimbaran P. 701 961, F. 701 991

Bali Tropic Resort & Spa Jl. Pratama no.34 A, P. 772 130 F. 772 131

Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate & Spa Jl. Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, P. 705777 F. 705 102,


Semara Luxury Villa Resort Jl. Pantai Selatan Gau Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan P. 8482 111, F. 8482 308

Rumah Bali Bed & Breakfast Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 771 256

Swiss-Belhotel Bay View Villas Jl. Kebo Iwa, Taman Mumbul, Nusa Dua, P. 847 8000, F. 847 8001

The Laguna Resort & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua P. 771 327, F. 771 326

Pat-Mase Villa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, no. 100X Jimbaran Bukit Permai, P. 708 708, F. 708 712,

Sky House Villa JL. Goa Gong - Jimbaran - Bali P. 847 81 87,

Alila Villas Uluwatu Jl. Belimbing Sari, Br. Tambiyak Desa Pecatu, P. 848 2166 F. 848 2188,

The Grand Hyatt Bali Jl. Nusa Dua Selatan No 8 P. 776 688, F. 773 636

New Kuta Condotel Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort Jl. New Kuta Condotel, Pecatu P. 848 4555, F. 848 4545

Ramada Resort Benoa Bali Jl. Pratama no.97 A Tanjung Benoa P. 773 730, F. 773 840

Ocean Blue Hotel Bali Jl. Raya Kampial, Nusa Dua P. 776 700, F. 773 284

The Bale Jl. Nusa Dua Selatan, PO Box 76, Nusa Dua, P. 775 111, F. 775 222

Kupu Kupu Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai Banjar Pesalakan, Jimbaran, P. 703 342, F. 704 449 E.

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UBUD AREA Agung Raka Bungalow Jl. Raya pengosekan, P. 975 757 Alila Ubud Desa Melinggih, Kelod, Payangan Gianyar, P. 975 963, F. 975 968 Arma Resort Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Teges Sekawan, P. 973 495, F. 975 332

Four Season Resort Br. Kedewatan, Sayan-Ubud P. 977 577, F. 977 588 FuramaXclusive Villas & Spa Ubud Banjar Bindu, Mambal, Jl. Raya Mambal Badung, P. 746 3064, F. 460 198 Gayatri Villa Br. Baung, Sayan - Ubud, P. 972 333 F. 972 666, Kamandalu Resort and Spa Jl. Tegallalang, Banjar Nagi, Ubud P. 975 825, F. 975 851 Kayumanis Ubud Kayumanis Private Villas, Sayan Ubud P. 972 777, F. 972 660 Kupu Kupu Barong Villas & Tree Spa Kedewatan, PO Box 7, Ubud P. 975 478, F. 975 079 Komaneka Resort Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 976 090 F. 977 140, Komaneka Bisma Jl. Bisma Ubud, P. 971 933, F. 971 955 Komaneka Tanggayuda Br. Tangga Yuda, Kedewatan Ubud P. 978 123, F. 973 084 Kori Ubud Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Sanggingan Campuhan, Ubud P. 972 487, F. 972 486 Maya Ubud Resort & Spa Jl. Gunung Sari Peliatan PO Box 1001 Ubud P. 977 888, F. 977 555

Amandari Jl. Raya Kedewatan, Ubud P. 975 333, F. 975 335

Natura Resort & Spa Banjar Laplapan, Ubud, P. 978 666 F. 978 222,

Ananda Cottages Jl. Raya Sanggingan,Ubud, P. 975 376 F. 975 375,

Pertiwi Bungalow Jl. Monkey Forest, P. 975 236 F. 975 559,

Bagus Jati Villa Banjar Jati Desa Sebatu Tegalalang, Ubud, P. 978 885 F. 974 666,

Pita Maha Resort Jl. Raya Sanggingan/P.O. BOX 198 P. 974 330, F. 974 329

Barong Resort & Spa Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 971 759 F. 973 197,

Puri Bunga Hotel Br. Kedewatan, P.O. BOX 141, Ubud P. 975 488, F. 975 073

Campuhan Hotel Jl. Raya Campuhan , Ubud P. 975 369 F. 975 137 COMO Shambhala Banjar Begawan, Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan, Gianyar P. 978 888, F. 978 889 Elephant Safari Park Lodge Jl. Elephant Park Taro, Ubud P. 721 480, F. 721 481 Fibra Inn Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud P. 975 451 , F. 978 275 Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa Br. Baturning, Mambal, Badung P. 469206,

The Royal Pitamaha Ds. Kedewatan/PO. BOX 198, Ubud P. 980 022, F. 980 011 The Chedi Club Jl. Goa Gajah, Tengkulak Kaja Gianyar - Ubud, P. 975 685 The Mansion Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, Ubud Hanging Gardens Desa Buahan, Ubud P. 982 700, F. 982 800 Uma Ubud Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Banjar Lungsiakan, Kedewatan - Ubud P. 972 448, F. 972 449

Viceroy Bali Jln. Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud P. 971 777, F. 970 777

Pondok Sari Desa Pemuteran, Gerokgak Singaraja P. (0362) 947 38, F. (0362) 923 37

Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa PO Box 193, Ubud, P. 974 466 F. 974 467,

Puri Ganesha Villa Desa Pemuteran, Grokgak, Singaraja P. (0362) 947 66, F. (0362) 934 33

Baliwood Resort & Villas Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632 OUT OF TOWN

Rumah Desa Banjar Baru, Marga, Tabanan P. 790 7071, F. 725 813

Alila Manggis Desa Manggis Karangasem P. (0363) 410 11, F. (0363) 410 15

Santai Hotel Bali Bunutan, Amed, Karangasem P. (0363) 234 87, F. (0363) 235 85

Amankila Jl. Buitan, Manggis, Karangasem P. (0363) 410 11 F. (0363) 415 55

Shanti Hotel Desa Sambangan, Buleleng North of Bali P. (0362) 700 1331, F. (0362) 231 20

Bali Handara Kosaido Club Bedugul Singaraja P. (0362) 226 46

Tirta Ayu Hotel Jl. The Water Village, Karangasem P. (0363) 225 03, F. (0363) 225 03

Bali Mystique Santi Candi Dasa, P. (0363) 416 11

Waka Shorea Resort Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 467 P. 482 064, F. 482 063

Bali Paradise Hotel Jl. Kartika / Kalibukbuk Lovina – Singaraja P. (0362) 414 32, F. (0362) 414 32 Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa P. (0363) 428 23 Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa P. (0363) 428 23 Candi Beach Hotel Mendira beach, Sengkidu, Candi Dasa, Karangasem P. (0363) 412 34, F. (0363) 411 11 Chedi Club Goa Ubud Jl. Raya Goa Gajah, Br. Tengkulak, Gianyar, P. 975 685 Damai Lovina Villas Jl. Damai Kayu Putih, Lovina – Singaraja, P. (0362) 410 08 / 415 01 F. (0362) 410 09, Hotel Tugu Bali Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong Canggu-Bali P. 4731 701, F. 4731 708 Mumbul Guesthouse Gang Mumbul, Anturan P. 0858 5743 8882 Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort Jl. Raya Tanah Lot, PO Box 158 Tabanan, P. 815 900, F. 815 902

RESTAURANTS KUTA AREA Alang alang Restaurant @ Mercure Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 767 411, F. 767 417 Bali Bunker Jl. Pantai Kuta Gg. Benesari No.545 Kuta, P. 780 4524 Calypso Cafe Jl. Pantai Kuta No. 1, P. 760 068 Chupumanik Thai Restaurant Kuta Seaside Food Center P. 875 116 67 Black Canyon Coffee Discovery Shoping Mall Unit MG 109, Kuta, P. 769 720 ESC Jl. Legian 61, 3rd floor - Kuta P. 756 362, F. 751 574 Del. 751 000, Gateway of India Jl. Pantai Kuta No. 11,P. 754 463 Jl. Abimanyu 10, Seminyak P. 732 940 Jl. Danau Tamblingan 103, Sanur P. 281 579 Kebab Palace Morrocan Restaurant Jl. Kartika Plaza #3-Kuta, P. 758 075

Lorin Saba Bai Jl. Raya Panti Saba, Blahbatu, Gianyar, P. 297 070

Mormor’s Hus Norwegian Restaurant, Jl. Pura Mertasari No. 28, Sunset Road, Kuta P. 847 7363 / 847 7263

Matahari Beach, Resort & Spa Pemuteran, Singaraja P. (0362) 923 12, F. (0362) 923 13

Papa’s Café Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 735 055, F. 750 751

Nusa Lembongan Resorts Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa 699x PO Box 3846 P. 725 864, F. 725 866

Poppies Restaurant Jl. Legian, Gg. Poppies I No. 19, Legian, P. 751 059, F. 752 364

Red Sapori Le’Nirwana Lot. 3, At pullman Bali Legian Nirwana, Jl. Pantai Kuta P. 963 5887 Takigawa Restaurant @Le Nirwana Pullman Legian Jl. Pantai Kuta Bali, P. 766 865 Samudra Cafe @ Grand Istana Rama Grand Istana Rama Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta, P. 752 208 F. 745 852 , Sari Organic Jl. Sunset Road 112X, Kuta Segara Fresh Sea Food Fresh sea food cooked in Balinese style, Jl. Kartika Plaza - Kuta P. 769 613 / 755 522 Starz Diner @ Hard Rock Hotel Kuta, Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 761 869 F. 761 868, Sushi Tei Jl. Sunset Road 99 P. 780 7744 / 780 7288 / 780 7455 F. 847 7346, TJ’s Mexican Restaurant, Poppies Lane 1 Kuta, P. 751 093, The STONES Jl. Raya pantai Kuta, P. 766 100 F. 768 100, SOUTH KUTA BEACH AREA Asian Spices Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 763900, F. 763200

Batan Waru Balinesse Food Discovery Mall, Kuta, P. 766 303 B’ Couple @ Kuta Paradiso Jl. Kartika Plaza PO.BOX 1133 & 1134 Tuban, P. 761 414, F. 756 944 Black Canyon Coffee Ngurah Rai AirPort, P. 757 248 Blue Fin Jl. Kartika Plaza # 16, Tuban P. 763 100 / 764 100 Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Jl. Kartika Plaza 8X, Kuta Center P. 754 028, F. 754 033 Burger King Discovery Shoping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta P. 769 835 Restaurant Support Centre Wisma 46 – Kota BNI, 7th floor Jl. Jend Sudirman kav. 1, Jakarta P. 021 – 572 1368 Coco Bistro Discovery Shopping Mall Mg 49 Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 769 611 Domino’s Pizza Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 769 830 Restaurant Support Center Wisma 46 - Kota BNI, 7th floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1, Jakarta P. 021 - 572 1368

Octo ber 2011


Gabah Restaurant & Bar @Ramayana Resort & Spa Jl. Bakung Sari - Kuta P. 751864, F. 751866

Colour Cafe @ All Seasons Legian Bali Jl. Padma Utara, Legian P. 767 688, F. 756 197

Sushi Densha Japanese Fusion Jl. Legian (behind Mama’s Restaurant) - Kuta P. 763 616

Cube Jl. Sunset Road No. 8, P. 805 0495

Tanaya’s Cafe @ Villa De Daun Jl. Raya Legian 123B, Kuta 80361 P. 756 276, F. 750 643

Golden Lotus Restaurant @ Bali Dynasty Resort Jl. Kartika, PO.BOX 2047 Tuban P. 752 403, F. 752 219

De Daun Restaurant @ Villa De Daun Jl. Raya Legian 123B, Kuta 80361, Bali Indonesia, P. 756 276, F. 750 643

Ifiori Ristorante Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 750 158

Drops International Cuisine Jl. Padma - Legian, P. 753 073

Impala 60’s Jl. Kartika Plaza, No. 45 X - Kuta P. 763 843, Kin Khao Thailand Restaurant Jl. Kartika Plaza No.170, Kuta, P. 757 808 Kunyit Bali @ Hotel Santika Balinese Restaurant Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta P. 759 991, La Cucina @Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, South Kuta Beach P. 751 067, F. 753 568 Ma Joly Jl. Wana Segara, Tuban P. 753 780, F. 753 781 Pump House Waterbom Park Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 755 676 Tepan Noodle @Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, South Kuta Beach P. 751 067, F. 753 568 The Pond @ Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza South Kuta Beach P. 751 067, F. 753 568 LEGIAN AREA

Flying Fish @ O~CE~N Bali By Outrigger Jl. Arjuna No. 88X Legian P. 731 162,F. 737 408 In – Villa Dining @ Villa De Daun Jl. Raya Legian 123B, Kuta P. 756 276, F. 750 643 Kopi Pot Jl. Legian No. 139, P. 752 614 Kori Restaurant Gang Poppies II, P. 758 605, F. 752 510 La Casa International Restaurant Jl. Werkudara No. 25, Legian P. 751 822

Padi Padi Indonesian Food Jl. Sunset Road 88 Simpang Dewa Ruci P. 764 788

Bale Banjar @ Legian Beach Hotel Jl. Melasti Legian, P. 751 711,F. 752 651

Parasol @ Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Padma 2, Legian P. 751 381 F. 752 377

Café Sendok German Restaurant Jl. Legian 139, Legian, P. 752 450 Celagi @ Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Padma 2, Legian, P. 751 381 F. 752 377 Chinoiserie Modern Chinese Dining Jl. Sunset Road No.7, Kuta, P. 808 8777


Delicious Onion Jl. Raya Basangkasa Seminyak P. +62 81 377 894 243


Dahana Japanese Restaurant Jl. Petitenget No. 98X, Petitenget P. 730 131

Antique Restaurants Jl. Dyana Pura, Abimanyu Arcade No. 7 P. 730 907, F. 739 840 Artini Restaurant @ Bali Mystique Hotel Jl. Petitenget 2000 XX P. 730 465,F. 730 465 Atrium Restaurant & Bar Jl. Petitenget, Seminyakm P. 847 6661 F. 847 6665, Aviary Restaurant Seminyak Square Unit C1-2 Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak P. 732 512, Bali Bakery Jl. Kayu Jati No.1, Seminyak Square P. 738 033

Biku Jl. Petitenget 888 P. 857 0888

Bella Rosa @ Padma Resort Bali Italian Restaurant, Jl. Padma No. 1 Legian, P. 752 111, F. 752 140

Blue Ocean Jl. Legian (Double Six), Legian P. 747 2308,

Yut’z Place Swiss Restaurant Jl. Werkudara, No. 521, Legian P. +62 81 239 51454

Mama’s German Restaurant Jl. Raya Legian, Legian P. 761 151,

O’India Sunset Road Barat No. 3 P. 847 6818, F. 847 6817

Bianco Italian & Indonesian Restaurant Jl. Padma - Legian, P. 760 070

Cocoon Beach Club Jl. Double six, No. 66 Seminyak P. 731 266, F. 731 155

Barcode Jl. Petitenget 2001x, Petitenget Kerobokan P. 730 629, F. 733 123

Aromas Jl. Legian Kelod, P. 761 113

Pearl French Fine Dining Jl. Double Six, Legian P. 732 743 Planet Hollywood Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai P. 757 827 Ristorante Italia Jl. Legian (Pantai Blue Ocean) P. 755 500 Ryoshi Bali Mall Galeria Lt. 1.1C # 55-57 P: 751684

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Crispy Pata @ Silq Villas Jl. Petitenget No. 27C. Kerobokan P. 847 5461, F. 847 5459

Tenkai @ Padma Resort Bali Jl. Padma No.1, Legian P. 752 111, F. 752 140

Lais Restaurant @ Legian Beach Hotel Indonesian Specialty Restaurant Legian Beach Hotel Jl. Melasti legian, P. 755 711 F. 752 651,

Nero Restaurant Mediterranean Restaurant Jl. Legian Kelod 384, Kuta P. 750 756

Chupumanik Thai Restaurant Bali Rich Villa Seminyak, P. 731 468

Black Canyon Coffee Seminyak Square Jl. Laksamana, Oberoi – Seminyak Unit C5-D5, P. 738 029 Blossom @ Sentosa Thai Food, Jl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget, Seminyak, P. 730 333 Breeze @ The Samaya Beachfront fine dining - western & Indonesia cuisine Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak, P. 731 149 F. 731 203, Cabe Rawit Indonesian Restaurant Jl. Kunti No. 8, Seminyak P. 744 0995, Café Bali International Cuisine Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 780 1515, F. 735 957 Café Marzano Italian Restaurant Jl. Double Six, P. 874 4438 Chef de Partie Casual French Jl. Petitenget No. 2X Kerobokan P. 08821 9009 266 Chandi Jl. Laksmana 27, Seminyak, P. 731 060 F. 731 060, Chat Café Bali Café bistro lounge Jl. Kunti I No.18 - Seminyak P. 732 303, F. 738 707

Fresh Sushi Lounge, Jl. Laksmana Oberoi, Seminyak, P. 736 834 Fire @ W Retreat & Spa Bal Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan P. 4738 106, F. 300 222 Gado Gado Fine Dining on the beach Jl. Dyana Pura No. 99 - Seminyak P. 736 966, F. 736 955 Grocer & Grind Jl. Kayu Jati 3X Petitenget, Seminyak P. 730 418 Gubug Makan Mang Engking Jl. Nakula No. 88, Sunset Road Denpasar P. 882 2000, F. 887 9035 Husk @ The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Seminyak P. 730 730, F. 730 545 JP’s Warung Club Jl. Dyana Pura 6, Seminyak P. 731 622 Kaizan Jl. Laksmana Oberoi, P. 747 2324 Khaima Moroccan Restaurant, Lounge & Bar Jl. Laksmana (Oberoi Street) Kerobokan P. 742 3925. KU DE TA Modern International Jl. Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak P. 736 969, F. 736 767, Kuni’s Japanese Restaurant, Jl. Laksmana 80, Oberoi, Seminyak, P. 730 501 Kura Kura Restaurant @ The Oberoi Seminyak Beach Jl. Laksmana P. 730 361, F. 730 791 Kuve Jl. Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak P. 736 969, F. 736 767, K2 Japanese Warung Style Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 747 2324 La Lucciola International, Jl. Kayu Ayu Petitenget, Seminyak, P. 730 838

La Sal Spanish Food & Lounge Jl. Drupadi II - Seminyak, P. 738 321 Legend Bar International Restaurant Jl. Petitenget No. 886, Petitenget P. 746 5218, Le Spot @ Bali Deli French & International Bistro Jl. Kunti 117X, Seminyak P. 738 686, Lestari Grill & Pasta Jl. Umalas Lestari, Umalas Table 9X P. 792 6375 Lotus Restaurant Jl. Laksamana 50B, Oberoi Seminyak, P. 736 270 Made’s Warung Jl. Raya Seminyak, P. 732 130 Jl. Raya Kuta, P. 751 923 Mannekepis Belgian Jazz-Blues Bistro Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 2, Seminyak P. 847 5784, F. 847 5785 Me’nu Restaurant Jl. Dhyana Pura, Komp. Pertokoan Abimanyu 3, Seminyak P. 081 353 020 121, Metis Restaurant Jl. Petitenget No.6, Kerobokan Kelod P. 4737 888, F. 847 5472 Mykonos Greek Taverna Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 733 253 Naughty Nuri’s warung Jl. Batubelig No. 41, Kerobokan P. 847 6722 Nutmegs – Dining at Hu’u Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan P. 736 443, Oma Thia’s Kitchen Jl. Mertasari no 2 B & C Kerobokan P. 3670654 Osteria Telese Italian Restaurant Jl. Laksmana 14 Kerobokan, Seminyak P. 734 566 Pantarei Jl. Raya Seminyak 17A Seminyak, P. 732 567 Passargad Restaurant Jl. Dyana Pura No. 3, Seminyak P. 738 857, F. 738 857 Paul’s Place Pan Asian & Fusion Bistro Jl. Laksmana, P. 736 715 Tuesday Night Pizza Club Jl. Laksmana, Oberoi – Seminyak P. 730 614 Potato Head Beach Club Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak P. 737 979, F. 730 547

Queen’s Tandoor Indian Cuisine Jl. Raya Seminyak 73, Seminyak P. 732 770, F. 732 771 Restaurant Grill & Wine @ Anantara Seminyak Bali Jl. Abimanyu , Dhyana Pura, Seminyak P. 737 773, F. 737 772 Rio Bar & Grill Brazillian Style Churrascaria Restaurant Jl. Raya Seminyak 31B, P. 732 685 F. 732 685, Rumors Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 738 720, F. 733 269 Rush Bamboo Restaurant @ The Elysian Jl. Sari Dewi No.18, Seminyak P. 730 999, F. 737 509 Rustica Italian Restaurant Jl. Batu Belig, No.1,Kerobokan, P. 737 812 Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant Jl. Raya Seminyak 15, P. 731 152 Sardine Jl. Petitenget No. 21, Kerobokan P. 738 202, Sarong Jl. Petitenget No. 19x, Kerobokan P. 737 809, F. 737 810 Sasa Italian Food Jl. Laksmana Oberoi No.78, Seminyak P. 736 638, Seaside Double Six Beach, Seminyak P. 737 140, SIP Wine Bar, Jl. Raya Seminyak 16A P. 730 810, Sorriso Italian Restaurant Jl. Drupadi - Seminyak P. 738 307, Soho 24 hours American Diner Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak, P. 737 280 Starfish Bloo @ W Retreat & Spa Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan P. 4738 106, F. 300 222 Suka Suka Jl. Petitenget 88, Kerobokan Seminyak, P. 735 933 The Junction Jl. Laksamana - Oberoi, P. 735 610 Thai Kitchen @ Paul’s Place Thai Food Jl. Laksmana 4A Seminyak P. 736 715 The Living Room Bali Asian & European Fusion Cuisine Jl. Petitenget 2000X, Kerobokan Seminyak, P. 735 735, F. 736 736 The Restaurant @ The Legian Jl. Laksmana-Oberoi, Seminyak P. 730 622, F. 730 623

Trattoria Jl. Laksmana, Oberoi - Seminyak P. 737 082, F. 737 082 Ultimo Italian Restaurant Jl. Laksmana 104x Oberoi, Seminyak P. 738 720, F. 733 269

Wild Orchid @ Anantara Seminyak Bali Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura Seminyak, P. 737 773, F. 737 772 Word of Mouth Jl. Kunti No. 9, Kunti Arcade, Shop 10, Seminyak, P. 743 2565

Vivai Dine & Lounge Bali Seminyak Square Jl. Kayu Aya (Laksmana Oberoi) #1 2nd floor , P. 738 016, Warisan Restaurant & Bar Jl. Raya kerobokan No. 38, P. 731 175 Waroeng Bonita International Restaurant Jl. Petitenget No. 2000X, Petitenget P. 731 918,

Zanzibar Italian Food, Jl. Pantai Arjuna (Blue Ocean), Legian, Seminyak, P. 733 529 CANGGU AREA A live café JL. Kayu putih/Subak sari No. 77, Canggu, P. 847 5614 Om Organic Restaurant Jl. Batu Bolong Canggu Beach P.960 4121 Deus Ex Machina Restaurant Jl.Batu Mejan No.8 Canggu P. 368 3386,

Warung Bale Bali Indonesian Chinese Food Jl. Kunti 4B Seminyak P. 732 731, F. 732 731


Warung Italia Italian Food Jl. Kunti - Seminyak, P. 737 437

Arena Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Sanur P. 287 255,

Warung Rima Manadonese Food Jl. Seminyak No. 2, Seminyak P. 730973 / 735 310 Warung Sekar Taman Balinesse Food Jl. Mertasari, Laksamana, Seminyak P. 082 8367 2920

Basilico Italian Pavilion @ Sanur Beach Bali Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur P. 288 011, F. 281 753 Cafe Batujimbar Jl. Danau Tamblingan, P. 287 374 F. 284 103,

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Café Wantilan @ Bali Hyatt Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur P: 281 234, F: 287 693

Boneka @ St. Regis Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6, Nusa Dua, P. 847 8111 F. 847 8099,

Casa Luna Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur P. 288 236,

Faces @ The Bale Fine Dining - International Jl. Nusa Dua Selatan, Nusa Dua P. 775 111, F. 775 222

Double Dutch Jl. Cemara Semawang No. 29, Sanur, P. 270 554, Fortune Cookie Jl Sudamala No. 5, Sanur-Bali P. 283 342, Gong @ The Gangsa Fine Balinesse Dining, Sanur, P. 270 260 Jazz Bar & Grill Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai-Sanur, P. 285 892 Kama Ratih Restaurant @GenesisGenesis Hotel & Spa Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 888, Sanur P. 722 071, F. 722 174 Kopi Bali House Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, 405E-Sanur P. 270 990, F. 270 993, Massimo Italian Cuisine, Sanur, P. 288 942 Mezzanine Restaurant @ Puri Santrian Jl. Cemara No. 35, PO.BOX 3055 Sanur,P. 288 009, F. 287 101 Ming Le Resto Jl. Danau Tamblingan 105, Sanur P. 281 948, F. 270 805 Pandawa Restaurant @ Mercure Resort Sanur Jl. Mertasari PO.BOX 3476, P. 288 833 F. 287 303, Pregina Warung Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 106, Sanur P. 283 353 Ryoshi Japanese Jl. Danau Tamblingan, P. 288 473 Sector Jl. Hang Tuah 58, Sanur P. 287 733, F. 285 488 Telaga Naga Restaurant @ Bali Hyatt Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur P. 281 234 ext 8200, F. 287 831 The Village @ Puri Santrian Italian Restaurant Jl. Danau Tamblingan 47, Sanur P. 285 025, Triana Spanish Restaurant, Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 108 Sanur, P. 288 438 Viola @ Villa Mahapala Jl. Pantai Sindhu, P. 286 222 Sale e Pepe Il Ristorante Pasta, Pizzas & BBQ Jl. Cemara No. 72, Sanur P. 875 4260 NUSA DUA AREA Absolute Restaurant an International Restaurant Bali Collection Blok B 12, Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua Komplek BTDC, P. 772 694


Garden Cafe @ Bali Asian and International Food Kompleks BTDC, Nusa Dua Bali PO.BOX 53 Nusa Dua 80363 P. 771 234, F. 771 083 Ikan Restaurant @ The Westin Resort Nusa Dua PO.BOX 36 Nusa Dua 80363 Bali P. 771 906, F. 772 048 Italian Restaurant @ Aman Nusa Resort Nusa Dua, P. 772 333, F. 772 335

Raja’s Balinese Restaurant @ Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, Lot North 4, P. 771 210 Salsa Verde @ Bali Italian Food Kompleks BTDC, Nusa Dua Bali PO.BOX 53 Nusa Dua 80363 P. 771 234, F. 771 083 Sama Sama Restaurant Chill out Japanese Jl By Pass Ngurah Rai, Nusa Dua P. 771 129 Sorento Restaurant @ Melia Bali Kawasan Wisata BTDC Lot 1, Nusa Dua, P. 771 510, F. 776 880 The Terrace @ Amanusa Thai Cuisine, Kawasan Pariwisata Nuda Dua, P. 772 333 TANJUNG BENOA AREA

Kayu Putih, @ St. Regis Fine Beachfront Dining Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6, Nusa Dua, P. 847 8111

Bumbu Bali Balinese Food Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 774 502 / 772 299

Maguro Asia Bistro @ Nusa Dua Beach Hotel Asian Bistro, Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, P. 771 210, F. 771 229

By The C @ Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P. 773 577, F. 774 954

Mayang Sari Restaurant @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Modern Indonesian Cuisine Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326

Cocos Beach Restaurant @ Novotel Benoa Bali Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua P. 772 239, F. 772 237

Nampu Restaurant @ Bali Japanese Food Kompleks BTDC, Nusa Dua Bali P. 771 234, F. 771 083 The Shore @ Nikko Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan P. 773 377, F. 773 388 Nyoman’s Beer Garden International Restaurant Jl. Pantai mengiat X, Nusa Dua, P. 775746 Ocean Terrace Beach Front Dining @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Continental and Asian Cuisine Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326 Octopus @ Ayodya Resort Bali Jl. Pantai Mengiat, Kompleks BTDC Nusa Dua, P. 771 102, F. 771 237 Pasar Senggol @ Grand Hyatt Bali Balinese and Indonesian Food Kompleks BTDC, Nusa Dua Bali PO.BOX 53 Nusa Dua 80363 P. 771 234, F. 771 083 Paus Cafe @ Novotel Nusa Dua Hotel Kompleks BTDC, Nusa Dua P. 848 0555, F. 848 0501 Piasan @ Kayumanis Nusa Dua Italian Dining P. 770 777, F. 770 770 Possessive by His Food Russian Cuisine, Bali Collection BTDC, Blok C9, Nusa Dua, P. 807 1177

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Eight Degrees South @ Conrad Bali Simply seafood, uniquely you Jl. Pratama 168, Tanjung Benoa P. 778 788, F. 773 888 El Patio @ Melia Benoa All Inclusive Resort Jl. Pratama, Tanjung benoa PO.BOX 52 Nusa Dua 80363 P. 771 714, F. 772 739 Giorgio, Italian Cuisine @ Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Pratama 68X, Tanjung Benoa P. 773 577, F. 774 954 RIN @ Conrad Bali Contemporary cuisine Asian flavours, Jl. Pratama 168 Tanjung Benoa P. 778 788, F. 773.888 SAKALA Jl. Pratama No. 88, Tanjung Benoa P. 774 499 Suku @ Conrad Bali Bali flavours, Oriental inspiration Jl. Pratama 168 Tanjung Benoa P. 778 788, F. 773 888 The Tao Bali Asian Food, Jl. Pratama No. 96, Tanjung Benoa, P. 772 902 F. 773 840, JIMBARAN AREA Alcedo @ Gending Kedis Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera 100Y, Jimbaran, P. 708 906, F. 708 905

Asam Garam @ Villa Balquisse Mediterrenean Jl. Uluwatu No. 18X, P. 701 695 F. 703 087, www. Burger King Benoa Square (Opening Soon) Dava Restaurant @ Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555 diMare Restaurant @ Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan P. 848 2200, F. 848 2244 Il Ristorante @ Bvlgari Italian Restaurant Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, Bali Jl. Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin, Uluwatu, P. 847 1000, F. 847 1111 Karma Lounge @ Karma Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran P. 708 800, F. 708 801 Kisik @ Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555 KO @ Intercontinental Bali Resort Japanese Cuisine Jl. Uluwatu No 45 Jimbaran P. 701 888, F. 701 777 Nammos Beach Club @ Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan P. 848 2200, F. 848 2244 Nelayan Restaurant @ Jimbaran Puri Bali International, Jl. Uluwatu, Jimbaran P. 701 605, F. 701 320 Padi Restaurant @ Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555 PEPeNERO Cucina Italiana Temple Hill Studios, Jl. Wanagiri 18 Jimbaran, T: 702111 T&F: 704677 PJ’s @ The Four Seasons Resort Jimbaran Bay P. 701 010, F. 701 022 Sami Sami Restaurant Italian Cuisine Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, P. 702 222 Sangkar Restaurant @ Bvlgari Asian & Indonesian Restaurant Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, Bali Jalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin, Uluwatu, P. 847 1000 F. 847 1111, Takigawa Restaurant Jl. New Kuta Beach Pecatu Graha P. 848 4600, F. 848 4600 Taman Wantilan @ The Four Seasons Resort Jimbaran Bay P. 701 010, F. 701 022

Tapis Restaurant @ Kayumanis Jimbaran, Jl. Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, P. 705 777, F. 705 102 Teba Cafe Fresh Seasfood Restaurant Jl. Four Seasons Resort, Muaya Beach Jimbaran, P. 703 156 / 708 676 The Warung @ Alila Villas Uluwatu Jl Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak Desa Pecatu, Bali, Indonesia P. 848 2166, F. 848 2188 Warung Jinten @ Keraton Jimbaran Resort International Jl. Mrajapati Jimbaran P.O. Box 2023 Bali, P. 701 961, F. 701 991 Warung Keramik @ Jenggala Gallery Jl. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran, P. 703 311 Waroeng Roof Top Jl. luwatu, KM 19, Jimbaran, Bali P. 884 3000, UBUD AREA Ary’s Warung Jl. Raya Ubud, P. 975 053 Ayung Terrace @ The Four Seasons Ubud Ubud, P. 977 577 Batan Waru Indonesian Cuisine Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud, P. 977 528 Bedur Restaurant @ Ubud Hanging Gardens Asian & French Cuisine Desa Buahan, PO Box - Ubud P. 982 700, F. 982 800 Bunute Restaurant & Bar Jl. Dewi Sita Ubud, P. 972 177 Cafe des Artistes Jl. Bisma No. 9X, Ubud P. 972 706 Casa Luna Jl. Raya Ubud, P. 973 283 F. 973 282, CasCades@ The Viceroy French fine Dining with Asian Influence, Viceroy Bali, Jln. Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, P. 972 111, F. 970 777 Cinta Grill & Inn Jl.Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 975 395 Dining Corner @ Kayumanis Ubud Thai Cuisine, P. 972 777 F. 972 660, Green House Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 978 189 F. 975 559 Indochine @ The Mansion International Fine Dining Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616 Indus Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud P. 977 684

Jazz Café International & Indonesian Food Jl. Sukma - Ubud, P. 976 594, F. 976 594 Kafe Jl. Hanoman No. 44B, Ubud P. 780 3802, F. 970 581 Kemiri @ Uma Ubud Southest Asian Cuisine, Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Banjar Lungsiakan, Kedewatan - Ubud, P. 972 448 F. 972 449, Kudus House @ Como Shambhala Indonesian Cuisine Banjar Begawan, Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan, Gianyar P. 978 888 F. 978 889 Little K (Not your average kafe) Located at The Yoga Barn Pengosekan Street, Ubud P. 971 236 / 971 407 Lamak Modern Asian Cuisine Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 974 668 Laughing Buddha Bar Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud P. 970 928, F. 970 928 Maya Sari Restaurant @ Maya Ubud European & Asian Cuisine Jl. Peliatan - Ubd P. 977 888, Mozaic Fine Dining, Jl. Raya Sangginan Ubud, P. 975 768 F. 975 768 Murni’s Warung Campuan Bridge Campuan - Ubud P. 975 233, Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill Ubud, P. 977 547, Nomad Ubud Main Road No. 35 P. 977 169 Petulu @ Kamandalu Resort International Cuisine, Jalan Tegallalang, Banjar Nagi, Ubud P. 975 825, F. 975 851 Plantation Dining Restaurant @ Alila Ubud Ubud, P. 975 963, Pundi Pundi Grill & Asian Cuisine Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud P. 308 4005, F. 970 333 River Cafe @ Maya Ubud Resort & Spa Jl. Gunung Sari, Peliatan-Ubud P. 977 888,F. 978 844 Ryoshi Jl. Raya Ubud, P. 972 192 Sakti Dining Room@Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa Br. Baturning, Mambal, Badung P. 469 206,

Taro Restaurant & Bar @ Elephat Safari Park Lodge Jl. Elephant Park Taro, Ubud P. 721 480, F. 721 481 Terazo Mediterrean & Asian Cuisine Jl. Suweta, Ubud, P. 978 941

The Beach Club (open for lunch) @Amankila Manggis,Karangasem P. (0363) 413 33, F. (0363) 415 55 OR Jalan Raya Manggis, Desa Manggis, Karangasem The Pond Restaurant, Banquet & Lounge Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud P. 970 333 F. 971 133

The Restaurant @ The Chedi Club Indonesian & Western Cuisine Jl. Goa Gajah, Tengkulak Kaja, Gianyar - Ubud, P. 975 685

The Private Dining (open for 24 hours room service) @Amankila Manggis,Karangasem P. (0363) 413 33, F. (0363) 415 55 OR Jalan Raya Manggis, Desa Manggis, Karangasem

The Three Monkeys Jl. Hanoman, Ubud, P. 975 554 Warung Enak Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud, P. 972 911 Indochine French & Vietnamese Cuisine Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632 Cherry Blossom Chinese Restaurant Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632

The Restaurant (open for dinner) @Amankila Manggis, Karangasem P. (0363) 413 33, F. (0363) 415 55 OR Jalan Raya Manggis, Desa Manggis, Karangasem

OUT OF TOWN Damai North of Bali, P. (0362) 410 08

The Terrace (open for breakfast and lunch) @Amankila Manggis, Karangasem P. (0363) 413 33, F. (0363) 415 55 OR Jalan Raya Manggis, Desa Manggis, Karangasem

Scallywags P. 08289 700 56 56

Tirta Ayu International, Karang Asem P. (0363) 22503

Bistro Casual Restaurant Jl. Penestanan, Sayan - Ubud P. 972 616, F. 972 632

October 2011


Toke Restaurant Jl. Raya Candidasa F. (0363) 419 91 Tsavo Lion @ Bali Safari Marine Park Jl. Bypass Prof. Ida Bagus Mantra Km 19, 8 Gianya P. 950 0000/0819 3622 4888 Vincent’s Restaurant Jl. Raya Candidasa, P/F. (0363) 413 68 Warung Tugu @ Tugu Bali Balinesse / Indonesian Food Tugu Hotel, Canggu, P. 4731 701


88 cafe Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 767 540, F. 767 541 Stadium Café Sport Club, Jl. Kartika Plaza – Kuta P. 763 100, Stadium Padma Jl. Padma Legian – Upstairs P. 751 864

W Lounge @ W Retreat & Spa Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan P. 4738 106, F. 300 222

Sky Garden Jl. Legian 61, 3rd floor – Kuta P. 756 362,

Zappas Piano Bar Jl. Laksamana 54B, Seminyak, P. 742534

The Bounty Jl. Legian – Kuta, P. 754 040


Vi Ai Pi Jl Legian 88 – Kuta, P. 750 425



Apache Reggae Bar Jl. Legian 146, Kuta, P. 761 213

Bacio Jl. Double Six Street, Seminyak P. 756 666,

Ayodya Pool Bar @ Grand Istana Rama Grand Istana Rama Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta, P. 752 208 F. 745 852,

Bahiana Jl. Dyana Pura, Seminyak P. 738 662

Bali Rock Cafe Jl. Melasti, Kuta, P. 754 466

Cocoon Jl. Double Six, Blue Ocean Boulevard, Seminyak P. 731 266, F. 731 155

Bounty Ship Jl. Legian, Kuta, P. 752 529 BuGils Bali Jl. Dewi Sartika 1BB, Tuban P. 758 322, Centre Stage @ Hard Rock Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 761 869

Club Cosmo Bali Jl. Dhyana Pura, Seminyak P. 738 696 Jl. Double Six, Blue Ocean Boulevard, Seminyak, P. 731 266 F. 731 155,

Deejay Club Jl. Kartika Plaza – Kuta, P. 753 188

De Ja Vu Jl. Arjuna / Blue Ocean Beach 7x P. 732 777

Eikon Jl. Legian 178 – Kuta, P. 750 701

Double Six Club Jl. Double Six, Blue Ocean P. 756666,

Espresso Bar Jl. Legian No. 83, Kuta, P. 752 576

Face Bar Bali Dhyana Pura Street Arcade 9 Seminyak

Gracie Kelly’s Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 752 403 Hard Rock Café Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 755 661 / 755 662 Kama Sutra Bali Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 761 999 Maccaroni Club Jl. Legian – Kuta, P. 756 280 M Bar Go Jl. Legian – Kuta, P. 756 280 Musro Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta P. 764 582 / 769 666, My Room Jl. Legian 60 – Kuta, P. 750 412 Paddy’s Jl. Legian 166, Kuta, P. 758 555 Planet Hollywood Jl. By Pass Galeria, P. 757 827


SOS Super Club @ Anantara Jl. Abimanyu Dhyana Pura, Seminyak P. 737 773,

Galaxy Bar Jl. Dhyana Pura No. 9 Semimyak P. 730 328 Hu’u Bar Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan P. 736 443, Jaya Pub Jl. Legian Kaja 2, Seminyak P. 730 973 Ku De Ta Jl. Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak P. 736 969, F. 736 767 Maria Magdalena Jl. Dhyana Pura 6, seminyak P. 823 0298 Metis Jl. Petitenget No.6, Kerobokan Kelod P. 4737 888, F. 847 5472 Mix Well Jl. Dhyana Pura No.6, Seminyak P. 736 846

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Arena Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Sanur P. 287 255, Bali Hai Ok Jl. Danau Tamblingan 1A Sanur P. 282 994 Bamboo Beach Bar @ Sanur Beach Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur P. 288 011, F. 281 753 Cat & Fiddle English / Irish Pub Jl. Cemara, Sanur, P. 282 218 Departure Lounge @ Mercure Resort Sanur Jl. Mertasari, P. 288 833, F. 287 303 Double Dutch Jl. Cemara No. 29, Sanur, P. 270 554 Jazzy Cafe Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 27, Sanur, P. 289 138 Pepper’s Latino Grill & Bar @ Sanur Beach Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur P. 288 011,F. 281 753 Q Bar Jl. Danau Tamblingan 59D Sanur P. 285 509 LEGIAN AREA Sky Bar @ All Seasons Legian Bali Jl. Padma Utara, Legian P. 767 688, F. 756 197 Sunset Bar @ Padma Resort Bali Jl. Padma No. 1, Legian, P. 752 111 F. 752 140, NUSA DUA AREA Cascade Bar @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326 King Cole Bar @ St. Regis Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6 P. 847 8111, F. 847 8099, Lobby Bar @ Melia Bali Villas & Spa Resort Kawasan Wisata BTDC Lot.1 Nusa Dua, P. 771 510, F. 776 880, Sand Bar, @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326 Sapphire Lagoon Bar @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326

Tapas & Pool Bar @ Melia Bali Villas & Spa Resort Kawasan Wisata BTDC Lot 1, Nusa Dua, P. 771 510 F. 776 880, TANJUNG BENOA AREA SAKALA Jl. Pratama No. 88, Tanjung Benoa P. 774 499, SOUTH KUTA BEACH AREA Boshe VVIP Bali Jl. Bypass Ngurah rai No. 89x Tuban P. 3603980 Envy Restaurant @ Holiday Inn Baruna Resort Bali Jl. Wana Segara 33, Tuban, P. 752 527, F. 754 549, Oceans27 Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 765 027 Kul Kul Pool Bar @ Discovery Kartika Plaza Jl. Kartika Plaza South Kuta Beach 80361, Bali, P. 751 067, F. 753 568 JIMBARAN AREA Rock Bar @ Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555 Temple Lounge @ Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan P. 848 2200, F. 848 2244 The Bar @ Bvlgari Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, Bali Jalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin, Uluwatu, P. 847 1000 F. 847 1111, Veritas Wine Bar @ Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan P. 848 2200, F. 848 2244 Veritas Wine Bar @ Karma Kandara Jl. Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, P. 848 2200 F. 848 2244, UBUD AREA Casa Nova Jl. Monkey Forest, P. 978 954 Exiles Jl. Pengosekan Kaja, P. 974 812 Jazz Café Jl. Sukma – Ubud, P. 976 594 Ozigo Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, P. 974 724 OUT OF AREA The Bar @ Amankila Manggis, Karangasem P. (0363) 413 33, F. (0363) 415 55 OR Jalan Raya Manggis, Desa Manggis, Karangasem


ARC Clinic Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 1 - Kuta P. 767 543, F. 742 4639

Giriloka Spa @ Kuta Paradiso P. 744 3293, F. 754 375

Aroma Jepun Jl. Nakula, Sunset road, P. 744 3517

Green Garden Spa Jl. Wana Segara, Tuban, P. 765 333 F. 764 222,

Ayodya Spa by Mandara PO Box 46, Nusa Dua, P. 771 102 F. 771 616,

Jalanidi Spa @ Kuta Paradiso Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza PO.BOX 1133 & 1134, Tuban,P. 761 414, F. 756 944

Bali Gaya Spa @ Mercure Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 767 411, F. 767 417 Bali Tangi Jl. Sunset Road No. 18, P. 763 574 Cozy Jl. Sunset Road A/3 P. 766 762, F. 766 743 Everyday Spa Komp. The Lotus, KAV 3-5, Jl. Dewi Sri, Kuta, P. 755 455, F. 763 347 Frangipani Massage @ Grand Istana Rama Grand Istana Rama Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta P. 752 208, F. 745 852 Giri Loka Spa @ Harris Resort Kuta Jl. Pantai Kuta PO.BOX 2073, Kuta P. 753 868, F. 753 875 Holistic Healing Centre Kuta Poleng E-1, Jl. Setiabudi Simpang Siur, Kuta, P. 766 259 Jamu Spa, School & Products Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 99x, Kuta P. 704 581, F. 704 582

Karma Spa @ Waterbom Waterbom Park, Jl. Kartika Plaza, P. 755 676 Siloam Spa @ The Vira Bali Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, P. 765 700 Theta @ Ramada Bintang Bali Resort Jl. Kartika Plaza - Kuta P. 755 726, LEGIAN AREA Dala Spa @ Villa De Daun Jl. Raya Legian 123B, Kuta P. 756 276, F. 750 643 Gaya Spa @ Mercure Kuta Hotel Level 4, Jl. Pantai Banjar, Pande Mas,Kuta, P. 767 411 ext.148 F. 767 417 Gaya Spa @ The Sandi Phala Jl. Wana Segara, Tuban P. 753 780, Mandara Spa @ Padma Resort Bali Jl. Padma No.1 Legian, P. 752 111 F. 753 621,

Jamu Traditional Spa @ Alam Kul Kul P. 752 520, F. 766 377

Spa @ The Legian Jl. Laksmana-Oberoi, Seminyak P. 730 622, F. 730 623

Mandara Spa Jl. Raya Kuta 707, Kuta, P. 755 572 F. 755 573,

The Spa @ Mandira Jl. Padma 2, Legian, P. 751 381 F. 752 377,

Relax Spa Jl. Dewi Sri LC 16 Komp. Ruko Plaza 18, Kuta, P. 743 380


Reborn Healthcare Pertokoan Niaga Dewa Ruci A1 Jl. Sunset Road, P. 0361 - 767171

Allure Spa Bali Spa Products & Sevices Jl.Umalas I No. 85, P. 274 0619

Spa Bali @ Mercure Kuta Bali Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 767 411, F. 767 417

Amoaras Spa Jl. Laksamana 57, Oberoi, Seminyak P. 734 260, F. 736 755

Sukha Spa @ Risata bali Resort Jl. Jenggala, South Kuta P. 730 840,

Anantara Spa @ Anantara Seminyak Bali Jl. Abimanyu (Dyana Pura) – Seminyak, P. 737 773, F. 737 772

Talaga Spa Ruko Graha Ganesa Blok A.B.C Jl. Dewi Sri Lc 16 Sunset Road Kuta, P. 873 3831, F. 873 3832 The Body Spa Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Pertokoan Tuban Plaza, Blok 7 - Kuta P. 764 737 / 788 3638 The Holistic Healing Centre Kuta Behind DIJON, P. 766 259

Bodyworks Spa Jl. Kayu Jati No. 2, Petitenget, Seminyak, P. 733 317, F. 735 058 Bonita Spa Jl. Petitenget No. 2000X, Seminyak P. 731 918 / 746 5348 Chill Reflexology @ The Villas Jl. Kunti 118 X, Seminyak, P. 730 840 F. 733 751,

Le Spa @ The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali Jl. Camplung Tanduk – Sofitel P. 730 730, F. 730 545 Life Force - Spa Sollutions Kunti Plaza No. 4 Jl.Kunti, Seminyak P. 808 9336, F. 731 831 Luxe Lounge Spa @ Sentosa Private Villas & Spa Jl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget Seminyak, P. 730 333, F. 737 111 Martha Tilaar Spa Jl. Raya Basangkasa no.30 A, Seminyak, P. 731 463, F. 730 906 M’Spa @ Paul’s Place Jl. Laksmana 4A, Seminyak P. 736 715 / 736 718 Prana Spa @ The Villas Jl. Kunti 118 X, Seminyak P. 730 840 F. 733 751 Spa Venus @ Villa Kubu Jl. Raya Seminyak, Gang Plawa No. 33F – Seminyak, P. 731 129 F. 735 500,

Asylum Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban, P. 758 241

Espace Spa Bali Jl. Raya Basangkasa No. 3B, Seminyak, P. 730 828, F. 730 502

Spa @ The Samaya Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak P. 731 149 F. 731 203

Bali Ratu Relaxation & Esthetic Spa Jl. Kartika Plaza No. 18, Kuta P. 753 463 / 753 464,

Jari Menari JL. Raya basangkasa #47, seminyak P. 736 740,

Suku Jl. Raya Kerobokan, Seminyak P. 731 187


Taman Merah Spa Jl. Raya Petitenget 469, Seminyak P. 736 656,F. 736 658 The Elysian Spa @ The Elysian Jl. Sari Dewi No.18, Seminyak P. 730 999, F. 737 509 The Private Spa Wellness Center Jl. Camplung Tanduk No.4 Seminyak, P. 731 648 Well Being Spa Jl. Laksmana No. 66 B, Seminyak P. 735 573, F. 736 112 SANUR AREA My Spa @ Mercure Sanur Resort Jl. Mertasari PO.BOX 3476 P. 288 833, F. 287 303 The Spa @ Bali Hyatt Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur P. 281 234, F. 287 831 The Spa @ Puri Santrian Jl. Cemara 35, PO.BOX 3055, Sanur P. 288 009, F. 287 101 NUSA DUA AREA Kriya Spa @ Bali Kawasan Wisata BTDC, Nusa Dua Bali PO.BOX 53 Nusa Dua, P. 771 234 F. 771 083,

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Mandara Spa @ Nikko Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, P. 773 377 F. 773 388,

Malkoha Spa @ Gending Kedis Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera 100Y, Jimbaran Bay, P. 708 906, F. 708 905

Ubud Sari @ Ubud Sari Halth Resort Jl. Kajeng no.35, Ubud, P. 974 393

Kerry Grima Jl. Raya Basangkasa 47 Seminyak, P. 732 300 Jl. Raya Seminyak 26, P. 736 403

Nusa Dua Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, Lot North 4, P. 771 210 ext 730 or 765

The Spa @ Alila Villas Uluwatu Jl Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak Desa Pecatu, P. 848 2166, F. 848 2188


K&I Jl. Basangkasa 44, P. 737 025 Jl. Laksmana 18, P. 736 477

Royal Balinese Spa Jl. Mahardika No. 8 (Manggrove), Nusadua, P. 881 0101

The Spa @ Bvlgari Hotels & Resort Bali Jl. Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas Kangin, Uluwatu, P. 847 1000 F. 847 1111,

The Laguna Spa & Villa @ The Laguna Resort & Spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2, Nusa Dua, P. 771 327, F. 771 326 The Spa @ The Bale Jl. Nusa Dua Selatan, PO Box 76, Nusa Dua P. 775 111, F. 775 222 Westin Spa @ The Westin Resort PO.BOX 36 Nusa Dua P. 771 906, F. 772 048 Yhi Spa @ Melia Bali Villas & Spa Resort Kawasan Wisata BTDC Lot.1 Nusa Dua P. 771 510, F. 776 880 TANJUNG BENOA AREA Biwana Spa @ Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Pratama 68X, Tanjung Benoa P. 773 577, F. 774 954 Bali Tropic Spa @ Bali Tropic Resort Jl. Pratama 34A, Nusa Dua P. 772130, F. 772131 Jiwa Spa @ Conrad Bali Jl. Pratama 168, Tanjung Benoa Nusa Dua, P. 778 788, F. 773 888 Thalasso @ Grand Mirage Resort Jl. Pratama no.74, Tanjung Benoa P. 773 883, F. 772 247 JIMBARAN AREA Aroma Talk Jl. Raya Kampus Udayana no.9, Jimbaran, P. 703 826, F. 972 198 Thermes Marins Bali @ Ayana Bali Resort & Spa Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P. 702 222, F. 701 555 Henna Spa @ Villa Balquisse Jl. Uluwatu no.18X, Jimbaran P. 701 695, F. 703 087 Jamahal Spa Jl. Uluwatu 1, Jimabaran P. 704 394, Karma Spa @ Karma Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai Jimbaran, P. 708 800, F. 708 801 Karma Spa @ Karma Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran P. 708 800, F. 708 801


Uluwatu Spa @ ntercontinental Jl. Luwatu No. 45 Jimbaran P. 701 888, F. 701 258 UBUD AREA Ayung Spa @ Ubud Hanging Gardens Ubud, P. 982 700, F. 982 800 Ibah Spa @ Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa Ubud, P. 974 466, F. 974 467 www.warwick Kamandalu Spa @ Kamandalu Jalan Tegallalang, Banjar Nagi, Ubud P. 975 825, F. 975 851 Spa @ Kayumanis Villas Ubud Kayumanis Private Villas, Sayan, Ubud P. 972 777, F. 972 660 Kirana Spa Desa Kedewatan, Ubud, P. 976 333 F. 974 888, Komaneka Spa @ Komaneka Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 976 090 F. 977 140, Lembah Spa @ The Viceroy Jl. Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, P. 971 777 F. 970 777, Mango Tree Spa @ Kupu Kupu Barong Kedewatan, Ubud , P. 975 478, F. 975 079 Maya Sari Mas @ Maya Ubud Jl. Gunung Sari, Peliatan, Ubud P. 977 888, F. 977 555 Safari Wellness Spa @ Elephant Safari Park Lodge Jl. Elephant Park Taro, Ubud P. 721 480, F. 721 481 Sedona Spa Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud P. 975 770 / 970 978 Spa Alila @ Alila Ubud P. 974 963, F. 975 968 Spa @ Maya Ubud Jl. Gunung Sari, Peliatan - Ubud P. 977 888, F. 977 555 Royal Wellnes & Healing @ The Royal Pita Maha Desa Kedewatan, Ubud P. 980 022, F. 980 011 The Yoga Barn 44 Jalan Hanoman Pengosekan Ubud, P. 971 236

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Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa Br. Baturning, Mambal, Badung P. 469206, Spa Alila @ Alila Manggis P. (0363) 410 11, F. (0363) 410 15 Subak Sari Spa Jl. Subak Sari, Pantai Berawa, Canggu P. 742 9103, Warung Jamu Spa @ Tugu Hotel Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu P. 4731 701, F. 4731 708

SHOPPING CLOTHING Animale Kuta Square : 753 830 Sanur : 282 646 Biasa Jl. Raya Seminyak, P. 730 308 Body & Soul Legian, P. 767 169 Seminyak, P. 733 564 Kuta Square, P. 755 227 Discovery Mall, P. 769 752 Factory Outlet Legian, P. 750 541 Factory Outlet Seminyak, P. 733 564 By The Sea 186 Legian Street - Kuta 20c Oberoi Street DFS Galleria Sogo Discovery Mall Sogo Nusa Dua, P. 757 775 Chic & Co Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 3, P. 734 599 Chile Boutique Jl. Lasmana No. 41 Oberoi- Seminyak P. 793 0258 Decollage Jl. Legian - Kuta P. 758 501 Dejong Jl. Seminyak : 732 107 Jl Dyana Pura 10 Seminyak : 7322 969 Dinda Rella Jl. Laksmana 45, Oberoi - Seminyak P. 736 953 Jl. Raya Seminyak 44, Seminyak P. 734 228, Emily The Strange Jl. Seminyak, Jl. Pantai Kuta Funky Princess Shop #3 Kunti Plaza 119, Seminyak P. 734 179 Hippi Chic London Jl. Raya Legian Kelod No. 396, Kuta, P. 763 563 Innuedo Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 42, P. 742 8814 J Cuvee Jl. Kartika Plaza No.20, Tuban - Kuta, P. 761 888

Lily Jean Jl. Oberoi, Seminyak P. 847 5872, Sogo Nusa Dua Lucy’s Batik Jl. Basangkasa 88X, Seminyak P. 795 1275 Lulu Jl. Laksmana 100, Seminyak, P. 736 763 Jl. Raya Seminayk 53, P. 732 711 Magali Pascal Jl. Raya Seminyak, P. 732 132 Mama Leon Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur P. 288 044 Jl. Tantular, Renon, P. 229 511 Milo’s Kuta Square, Made’s Warung, Seminyak, P. 754 081 Moochi Boutique Seminyak Square Jl. Laksmana Seminyak, P. 733 601 Jl. Legian Kelod 358, Kuta, P. 750 781 Nogo Textiles Jl. Danau Tamblingan, No. 104, Sanur P. 288 765 Paul’s Place Boutique Jl. Laksamana, Oberoi, P. 736 715 Paul Ropp Kuta, P. 757 835 Jl. Laksamana, Seminyak, P. 734 208 Kerobokan, P. 731 002 Jimbaran, P. 701 202 Ubud, P. 744 8083 Prasada Jl. Kunti 4B, Seminyak, P. 735 805 Puravida Jl. Raya Seminyak 38B, P. 736 563 Rosa Negra Boutique by Lio Jl. Kayu Aya 18B, Oberoi P. 738 975, Sabbatha Jl. Raya Seminyak, P. 734 877 / 731 756 Sacado Jl. Raya Seminyak – Kuta P. 730 605 / 732 808 7 Pers Jl. Kunti 7D, Seminyak, P. 734 399 Skin Jl. Raya Seminyak, P. 733 588 Jl. Pantai Kuta 29B, P. 765 020 Sol & Luna Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 38 P. 735 097 Jl. Raya Legian No. 407 P. 758 935 Jl. Laksmana, No. 14C, Oberoi P. 736 697 The Breezes Jl. Abimanyu, Dyanapura, Seminyak Tracy Boutique Jl. Kunti 47, Seminyak, P. 735 049

Uluwatu Jl. Legian, P. 751 933 Jl. Pantai Kuta, P. 755 342 Jl. Danau Tablingan, Sanur, P. 288 037 Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, P. 977 557 Centro, Kartika Plaza-Tuban, P. 769 629 Nusa Dua, P. 771 234 Bali Collection, Nusa Dua, P. 772 066 Zenergy Jl. Basangkasa 28A, Seminyak P. 731 489 SWIM WEAR, LINGERIE, BEACH WEAR 69 Slam Jl. Oberoi No. 30,Seminyak, P. 960 4170 Jl. Seminyak No. 29, P. 960 4172 Jl. Legian No. 58, P. 960 4173 Blue Glue Jl. Raya Basangkasa No. 6 Jl. Pantai Kuta Kav. Toko 6 No. 1 Jl. Legian, Kuta Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 71,Sanur Jl. Uluwatu o. 1, Jimbaran Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud Jl. Double Six 10x, Seminyak P. 732 607, Dragonfly Blue Jl. Raya Seminyak No.34 X, Seminyak P. 739 372, Nico Nico Jl. Raya Seminyak, No. 13, P. 730 805 Jl. Raya Seminyak, No. 12, P. 731 172 Jl. Raya Basangkasa, P. 736 190 Jl. Raya Basangkasa No. 88, Seminyak P. 732 800 Jl. Legian No. 92, Legian Jl. Raya Double Six SHOES Bagheera Jalan Raya Seminyak Kuta Bali Camper Shoe Jl. Pantai Kuta No. 1, Kuta, P. 760 095 Niluh Djelantik Jl. Raya Kerobokan 144, P. 733 074 F. 738 628, KIDS STORE Body & Soul Bambini Legian, P. 758 385 Nusa Dua, P. 771 451 Discovery Mall, P. 769 751 Dandelion Jl. Raya Basangkasa No. 28 Seminyak, P. 730 375 Kiki’s Closet JL. Raya Seminyak No. 57, P. 746 4892 JL. Laksamana No.27 Oberoi, Kutai P. 733 014

Newspaper Direct Bali Kuta Central Park, P. 769 414 / 858 0860 PERIPLUS Bookshop Bali Galeria Mall, P. 752 670 Bintang Ubud, P. 976 149 Tino Ubud, P. 971 803 Hardy’s Sanur, P. 282 790 Carrefour, P. 847 7336 Discovery Shopping Mall, P. 769 757 Matahari Kuta Square, P. 763 988 Made’s Warung, P. 734 843 Monkey Forest, P. 975 178 Bali Deli, P. 751 1797 Seminyak Square, P. 736 851 International Terminal Gate 1-2 P. 751 011 ext 5578 International Terminal Gate 5-6 P. 768 372 Domestic Terminal Gate 15 P. 751 011 ext 5322 Domestic Terminal Gate 17 P. 751 011 ext 5322 SPORTS WEAR Bali Kite Center Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 121xx Sanur, P. 283 835 Divemasters Jl. By Pass Sanur, P. 283 138 Dreamland Surf Kuta Square, P. 755 159 Extreme Toys Jl. Legian : 764 476 Nusa Dua : 848 0471 Jungle Surf Jl. Pantai Kuta : 750 096 Jl. Legian : 756 644 Oakley Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 774, Nusa Dua P. 848 0471, F. 848 0470 Pro Shop Kite Surfing & Stand Up Paddle Jl. Cemara No. 72, Sanur, P. 284 260 Quicksilver Kuta Square : 757 838 Jl. Legian : 751 214 Rip Curl Jl. Legian, Kuta Square Jl. Melasti, P. 757 404, Surfer Girl Jl. Legian 138 : 752 693 Kuta Square, Bali Collection, Nusa Dua, Discovery Mall, Kuta


Surfer Girl Jl. Legian 138 Kuta, P. 75269 Bali Collection Blok B04, Nusa Dua P. 775698 Jl. Kartika Plaza, 1st Floor, P. 769528 Pertokoan Kuta Square Blok D15 P. 756305 Seminyak Square, Blok A5 Jl. Laksamana, Oberoi, Seminyak P. 732177 Jl. Legian 138 Kuta, P. 752693 Jl. Dewi Sri, Pertokoan Lotus No.1, Kuta P. 763199 Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 417 B, Tuban P. 755250

Enchanted Book Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 69

Stussy Jl. Legian, P. 763 463

Ganesha Bookshop Jl. Raya Ubud, P. 970 320

Deus Ex Machina Jl.Batu Mejan No.8 Canggu P. 368 3386,

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Jl. Laksmana 12A Oberoi Seminyak P. 8091339 www. Pokito Jl. Singosari ( ex Bakung sari ) Jl. Legian Kuta next to Nero Jl. Dyana Pura 103 Ruko 9-10, Seminyak, P. 738 872, F. 738 865

JEWELERY Abian Kelapa Silver Jl. Saba Blahbatuh, Gianyar, P. 292 466 F. 292 467, Achante Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 71 P. 732 127, Alamkara Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud : 971 004 Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud : 972 213 Atlas South Sea Pearl Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Sanur P. 284 455, F. 284 454 Bali Beads House Jl. Rya Celuk Sukawati P. 298 903 / 081 657 5186, F. 298 903 Exotiq Gems Bali Collection A12 No. 1, Nusa Dua, P. 771 111 Grammes Jewelery Jl. Raya Basangkasa Block 75B, Seminyak P. 731 562, Jemme Jl. Raya Petitenget 125, P. 733 508 Kapal laut Jl. Double Six 26, Seminyak P. 780 3565, KMO Jewel Jl. Basangkasa 11, Seminyak P. 847 5809 / 0818 0559 5335 Leo Silver Jl. Batuyang No. 99, Batu Bulan P. 299 129, F. 299 129 www.leosilver.coS

Libido Jl. Raya Basangkasa No. 5, Seminyak P. 736 762, Lilla Lane Jl. Raya Seminyak 8: 736 180 Banjar Semer 48, Kerobokan: 738 853 Long John Silver Jl. Laksmana Oberoi No.150, P. 856 3192 Metis Jewelry Boutique Jl. Petitenget No. 6, Kerobokan Kelod P. 737 888, NAIA Jl. Teuku Umar No. 65D, Denpasar P. 221 663, F. 735 232 NK Jewelry Jl. Raya Seminyak No. B5 P. 847 8812 / 756 885, F. 422 064 Padma Silver Jl. Legian Kaja No. 452, Seminyak P. 755 917, Perlu Jl. Laksmana No. 44A, Seminyak P. 780 2553, Rabia Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 10, P. 731 035 Silver Plus Jl. Legian No. 396, Kuta, P. 752 108 F. 752 108 Street Dogs Shop Jl. Laksmana 60x Oberoi, P. 737 819 The Bali Pearl Kompleks Ruko Simpang Dewa Ruci #6, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, P. 765 656 F. 767 459,

October 2011


UC Silver Jl. W. R. Supratman Gg Chandra Metu No. 2 Batu Bulan, P. 461 511 F. 461 512, DELICATESSENS Amsterdam Bakery Jl. P. Diponegoro 33A Denpasar P. 235 035, Bali Bakery Jl. Raya Kuta, P. 755 149 BCCO Gourmet Shop Jl. Petitenget No. 45, Kuta, P. 737 325 Bali Buddha Kerobokan, P. 844 5936 Bali Catering Company Jl. Petitenget 45 - Kuta, P. 737 324 F. 737 325, www.balicateringcompany. com Bali Deli Jl. Kunti No.117X, Seminyak P. 738 686 F. 738 687, Bali Epicure Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 253 P. 735 666, F. 737 121 Bintang Supermarket Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 17, P. 738 686 Café Moka Jl. Raya Kerobokan, P. 731 424 Jl. Raya Uluwatu, P. 780 5938 Jl. Raya Anyar, P. 844 5933 Jl. Raya Ubud, P. 972 881 Canggu Deli Jl. Subak Sari Pantai Berawa Canggu P. 803 9005 / 803 9006 CASA Gourmet Seminyak Square Blok E-1 Jl. Laksmana Oberoi, P. 738026 Coco Supermarket Bali Collection Blok A5 & A13, Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua, Komplek BTDC P. 773 846 / 773 687 Coco Gourmet-Fruits, Cheese, Wine, Bererage & Cafe Discovery Shopping Mall, Gf MG - 71 P. 769 818 Deli Express Jl. Pantai Kuta (next to Rossovivo) DIJON Food Specialities Kuta Poleng Mall - Blok A1-2 Jl. Setiabudi- Kuta, P. 759 636 F. 759 783, Gourmand Deli @ St. Regis Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6, Nusa Dua P. 847 8111, F . 847 8099 Gourmet Garage Jl. Batas Kangin, No. 2 Jimbaran P. 701 650, F. 701 007 Jbay Gourmet Ice Cream @ Gourmet Garage Jl. Batas Kangin No. 2, P. 701 650 F. 701 007, Kue Bintang Grosir Campuhan, Ubud P. 974 235 / 976 7040 La Piccola Jl. Tirta Nadi By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 27, Sanur, P. 747 5844


Le Bake Shop Jl. Griya Anyar No.1 Simpang Siur, Kuta P. 753 979, F. 754 512, Papaya Jl. Mertanadi, Kuta, P. 759 222 Ruths Desserts Sanur, P. 286 647 The Bakery Jl. Laksmana Seminyak, P. 735 853 The Pantry Of The Shelf Jl. Danau Tamblingan 193, Sanur P. 281 008, F. 281 156 Tropical Boutique Bakery & Café Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud, P. 748 9601 FURNITURE Alabaster Lighting Istana Kuta Galeria, Block Valet 1 No. 9 P. 769 007 Bali Bargain Hunter Jl. By Pass Ngurau Rai No. 125X, Sanur P. 745 1315 / 794 2488, F. 288 923 Bambula Jl. Gunung Salak utara P. 747 0342 / 081 338 673 593 Carlo Jl. Danau Poso No.22, Sanur P. 285 211, De Jonk Jl. Tangkupan Perahu No. 8X,Kerobokan P. 855 7946, Didu Jl. Sunset Road, Seminyak P. 781 7717 / 847 5651 F. 703 611 - ext. 24, D Sign Jl. Oberoi No. 18, Seminyak P. 743 7771 Farah’s Carpet Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, No. 5, Kuta P. 766 901 / 766 902 Gecko Jl. Raya kerobokan, Opposite B, Kuta P. 751 386 Grocer & Grind Jl. Kayu Jati 3x, petitenget, seminyak P. 730 418, F. 737 321 Jl. Bukit Permai, jimbaran Corner P. 704 4331, F. 704 335 Grocer & Grind Jl. Kayu Jati 3x, petitenget, seminyak P. 730 418, F. 737 321 Jl. Bukit Permai, jimbaran Corner P. 704 4331, F. 704 335 Haveli Jl. Basangkasa 15, Seminyak P. 737160 F. 737 441 Hishem Furniture Jl. Sunset Road 86 C-E Seminyak P. 737 441 H + R Creations Jl. Sunset Road No. 902 P. 746 3440 F. 847 5895 InSenso Jl. Basangkasa 13, Seminyak P. 734 243 Jl. Basangkasa 45, Seminyak P. 847 5811

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Leolle Jl. Raya Kerobokan, No. 11, Br. Taman, Kerobokan, P. 732 234, F. 730 259 Lightcom Komplek Pertokoan , Kuta Gallery Blok Valvet 1, No.05, Jl. Patih Jelantik, Kuta P. 769 246 / 769 346 F. 769 046, Lio Back To The Roots Jl. Raya Kerobokan Br Umalas, Kuta P. 804 4991, Lio Bazaar Jl. Bypass Nusa Dua No. 15, Kedonganan – Kuta, P. 704 757

PDS Bali Jl. Sunset Road No 41x, P. 780 1861 F. 980 628, Stone Craft Jl. Sunset Road Seminyak P. 847 5681, F. 847 5681 WINES & SPIRITS Artisan Estate Jl. Gunung Tangkuban Perahu, No. 108, Denpasar, P. 7449 925, F. 425 562 Balimoon Jl. Mertasari No. 21 Denpasar P. 461 945 F. 461 947

Lio Collection Jl. Kerobokan No.2, Br. Taman, Kuta P. 780 0942, F. 737 852

Best’s Wine Jl. Gunung Tangkuban Perahu 15D Kerobokan, P. 739 033

Lio Light Jl. Raya Kerobokan 3-A Br Taman Kuta, P. 730 255

Best Wines &Spirits Shop Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 60, Br. Taman P. 731 186, F. 735 883

Lio Premium Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 51X, Kuta Utara P. 855 2715,

Hatten Wines Komplek Dewa Ruci #3, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Kuta, P. 767422, F. 768418

Lio Print Jl. Basangkasa No. 31 Seminyak P. 854 6769,

Indowines Jl. Raya Sunset Road No. 166 - Kuta P. 756 781,

Lio Stoneage Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai (Simpang Siur) P. 726 775

The Wine House Jl. Raya Kerobokan, No. 66 Seminyak P. 737 217

Lio Ubud Jl. Raya Mas No. 6, Ubud, P. 975 225 Lio Workshop Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 124, Kuta Second Time Around Jl. Laksamana No. 65 - 67 Seminyak P. 735 618 Serba Antik Istana Kuta Galeria, Entrance 1 - 2, Kuta, P. 469 400 Sourcing Bali Jl. Gunung Salak, No. 31A kerobokan P. 744 8025 Tarita Furniture Jl. Padang Luwih, Kerobokan P. 426 344, The Shop Jl. Raya Sayan 52, Br. Kutuh Sayan - Ubud, P. 973 506 F. 973 507 The Zire Jl. Dewi Sri No. 21 - Kuta, P. 755 431 F. 755 431, Vinoti Living Mall Bali Galeria: 752 723 / 752 720 Discovery Shopping Mall: 769 639 Villa Balquisse Living Jimbaran, P. 737 073, F. 734 921 Why Not Shop Jl. Nakula, Kuta, P. 499 001 STONE ART Aura Bali Craft Jl. Raya Dalung Abianbase No. 95 P. 864 0323, F. 425 942

Two Islands Komplek Dewa Ruci #3 Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai - Kuta P. 767 422, F. 768 418 CIGARS Tambo Cigar Pipes - Cigars - Unique Gifts Pertokoan La Walon Center Jl. Legian - Jl. Benesari, Kuta P. 765 941, F. 765 941 Cigars & Cigars Pertokoan Kuta Poleng B-5 Jl. Setiabudhi, Kuta, P. 764484 SPORT CLUB Canggu Club Bali Jl. Pantai Berawa Br. Tegal Gundul, Canggu P. 844 6385, F. 844 6386 Sunset Fitness Jl. Sunset Road No. 1828, Seminyak P. 888 7026 EVENT ORGANIZER Bali Starz Jl. Braban No. 99, Seminyak P. 732 806, F. 732 807 Beyond Events Bali P. 730 745 PHOTOGRAPHY Mottomo Photography P. 0811 220 996 Rembrandt Jl. Bukit Dharma No. 5, Jimbaran P. 963 8470 / 791 1191 rembrandt_photography

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