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Potato Head has now claimed that this is the final show of the summer and in doing so are bringing one of the world’s hottest bands to Bali.

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No one ever writes about the sound engineer, but here at the beat, we recognize that it takes technical talent and expertise to get it sounding and performing right.

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Hard Rock Hotel Bali has a deal you don’t want to miss with its stay seven pay six at the world famous hospitality franchise. You will definitely want to stay longer on the island. Guests will also be treated with US$ 200 F&B card, 90minute Balinese massage for two adults, daily buffet breakfast for two adults and two children under 12, a welcome drink and “Shoppin’ Around” vouchers. To find out more on this promo go to www.bali. hardrockhotels.com

FUN FILLED Sunday in the Park There is one more reason to visit Taman Bhagawan in Tanjung Benoa every Sunday between 11am to 4pm when it plays host to Pasar Minggu, a week-end bazaar that hosts scores of family fun activities in the spirit of the traditional Indonesian market. Pasar Minggu is a program to appreciate all forms of traditional culture in its original communal setting. Families, individuals, and even pets are welcome to explore endless recreational fun like enjoying traditional dishes, kite flying on the beach, or just to relax in the beautiful 1.8-hectare public park.

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Indonesian Coffee Festival coming to Bali If you love a good cup of Java, you’re in luck because the Indonesian Coffee Festival is coming to Bali on September 15th and 16th. The event is presented by a number of organisations including the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Government of Gianyar, Ubud Royalty, the Specialty Coffee Association of Indonesia, Community Coffee, and a number of coffee bloggers. Organisers are also expecting to draw a number of wide-eyed and alert tourists for the event where the main intention seems to be promoting Indonesia’s diverse local coffees.


Worth the Jakarta trip? David Guetta The reigning number one DJ around the world, according to the DJ Mag poll, David Guetta (France) will play at Ecopark, Ancol in Jakarta this October. Guetta first visited Indonesia in 2007 and promises this show will hold plenty of surprises for fans. Synonymous with house and dance music, the promoters have announced the concert will not be restricted to fans over 18. The first date announced is October 13.

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Ubud Readers and Writer’s Fest LineUp Revealed UWRF has unveiled its program and with guests like Nick Cave, Anna Funder, Jose Ramos-Horta, John Pilger, Richard Glover, Krys Lee, Jeffrey Eugenides, Kjersti Skomsvold, Kader Abdolah and Alice Pung to warm up the brain cells it’s looking like a strong year for the festival. Don’t forget that some of Indonesia’s greats such as Riri Riza, Happy Salma, Mira Lesmana, Todung Mulya Lubis, Rio Helmi, Ketut Yuliarsa, Butet Manutung and Iswadi Pratama are also onboard. The UWRF is on from October 3 - 7, 2012. For a complete program with scheduled events, check out www.ubudwritersfestival.com

Head of the Bali Provincial Tourism Office, Ida Bagus Kade Subhiksu said that it was the beach attractions that are luring Chinese tourists to Bali. Today Chinese tourists ranked second largest after Australians. Since most Chinese tourists came from the mountains they are very happy to experience the beaches of Bali. Year on year, the trend in tourists visiting China is increasing about 15-24%. In the near future, he added, there will be 39 Heads of Tourism from several provinces of China visiting Bali. Subhiksu denied that the flood of Chinese tourists to Bali was because China is synonymous with poor travellers and Bali being sold too cheap.

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MAINSTAGE Friday September 14th Bianco Italia Resto AFL

Semi final on big screens

Rio Sidik Quartet, Koko Harsoe Trio & more. From sunset until 11pm

Boshe Wonderfulness

Oceans27 Fabulous Friday

Anang & Ashanty live in concert Also: Exotic, resident DJs, MC Welly Nisa/ VJ OQ. Starts 10pm

Cubana Bar & Grill Funky Friday

DJ Martin East Supported by DJ Cohiba Starts 10pm

Hu’u Bar Hu’u TV presents Double Dutch DJ

Pavilion Aperitivo

DJ Zoe Noa (NL) Starts 5pm

Endless Summer Party Rooftop Dine & Music Lounge DJ Leckha, Dj Ayang KD. Starts 3pm

Ryoshi Seminyak House of Jazz Helga Fusion Stadium Cafe Kuta and Sanur AFL

Semi final on big screens

Sky Dome @ Sky Garden Made in Sydney

Tigerlily & Fear of Dawn 50k All-U-Can Eat Sunset BBQ 6-10pm. Double VIP Express free flow @ 9pm &10.30pm

featuring Dj Krisna & Yuyu FDC 100k

JP’s Warung Club Student Party with Canopy Band Rock Band

Laughing Buddha Bar Mitch Woods Starrts 8pm

Nirwana Bali Resort Nirwana Bali Jazz Series

Idang Rasjidi Syndicate, Andien,

Saturday September 15th Bianco Italia Resto AFL

Semi final on big screens

Cubana Bar & Grill Live Jazz

Juicy Fluyte Groovy Quartet Starts 9.30pm www.beatmag.com

DJ Rob Soundz (Hol) DJ Paul Guy (UK) DJ Michael Vagas (Swiss) FDJ Baby Lou (Jkt) MC Leon (Jkt) Starts 9pm

Rooftop@101 Legian Urban Breeze

Hard Rock Hotel Ms Hard Rock Bali 2012

Finalist bikini parade & foam party @ the Hard Rock Hotel Bali pool. Starts 6pm

Nirwana Bali Resort Nirwana Bali Jazz Series

Idang Rasjidi Syndicate, Andien, Rio Sidik Quartet, Koko Harsoe Trio & more. Friday & Sat from sunset until 11pm.

Oceans27 Sunset Session

DJ Michael Vagas (Swiss) Starts 3pm

Pavilion Eat Drink Dance

Marco ‘Polo’ Cecerre (deep house, funky house) Supper with sounds Starts 8pm Continued Next Page >>


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Saturday September 15th

continued Sky Dome @ Sky Garden Made in Melbourne

Marlo (Australia’s #4 DJ) and Chardy (Ministry of Sound DJ & Producer) 50k All-U-Can Eat Sunset BBQ 6-10pm. Double VIP Express free flow @ 9pm &10.30pm

Semi final on big screens

Sunday September 16th Akasaka Bali Stars Lolot & Mr. Jack

Home DJs, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Ladies enter free all night, 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer. Starts 10pm

Cocoon Venus Transit Lounge

Rooftop @ The 1O1 Legian Urban Sunset Breeze Party Endless Summer Party DJ Leckha, Dj Ayang KD, fashion show, fire dance, games with prizes Free flow by Midori 6-7pm Free entrance. Starts 3pm

Woo Bar @ W Bali Haus

Mr Sukamu (USA/Woobar) Hugo Marti (Spain/happytechno) Danny Fry (Hawaii/Woobar) Seng Wei (Singapore/Avalon) funky deeptech, electro nudisco, minimal garage, house music all night long. Starts 10pm

Woo Bar @ W Bali Sunset Session

Seng Wei (Singapore/ Eclesia Records). Starts 5pm

Audio Flirt live with Martin Denev & Diana Rosa. Deep house by DJ Piran Ezra & DJ Lee Getts. 5-11pm

Jazz Cafe Jim Larkin

with his Sexy Soul Band Starts 8pm

Oceans27 Sunset Session

DJ Hugo Marti (Spain) Starts 3pm

Monday September 17th

Tuesday September 18th

Akasaka Ladies on Top

Akasaka Party Zone

Home DJs, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Ladies enter free all night, 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer. Starts 10pm

Pavilion Improvocal

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Stadium Cafe Kuta and Sanur AFL

Afrodesiac with Catur & Mr. Strong Free entrance Starts 8pm

Sky Dome @ Sky Garden Mark Eon (UK)

50k All-U-Can Eat Sunset BBQ 6-10pm. Double VIP Express free flow @ 9pm &10.30pm

Ladies Night. Home DJs, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Ladies enter free all night, 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer. Starts 10pm

JP’s Warung Club Portehead Rock band

Laughing Buddha Bar Paramitsha

Tahriq and Lizzie.Starts 8pm

Woo Bar @ W Bali Sunset Session

DJ Willy Monfret (Supermodel & House DJ). Starts 5pm


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Wednesday September 19th

Thursday September 20th

Akasaka DMC Attack

Canggu Club Alan Bates

Guest DJ Wawan-DMC DJ Team Home DJs, sensual dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm

Canggu Club Alan Bates

JP’s Warung Club Crazy Ed

World’s master comedy hypnotist. Tickets 200k Starts 8pm (See HereNow)

Eikon International Student Night

Guest DJ Shammui

Blues rock band

Ryoshi Seminyak House of Jazz

Erik Sondhy Project

Friday September 21st Akasaka Wild Party

FDJ Riri Xeza (Jkt) Fashion Show by Point Models Home DJs, Live Band, sexy dancers from Jakarta Starts 10pm

Bianco Italia Resto AFL

Preliminary final on big screens

Cubana Bar & Grill Funky Friday

DJ Kueck Supported by DJ Cohiba Starts 10pm

Hard Rock Hotel Ms Hard Rock Bali 2012 Grand final @ Centerstage Starts 9pm Hu’u Bar

F.F.A.B Presents:

Music for our friends

a night of house music featuring DJ Arshad with hu’u resident DJs. FDC 100k

Mint Luke Fair

warm up by Mamsa Starts 10pm

Oceans27 Fabulous Friday

DJ Rob Soundz (Hol) DJ Paul Guy (UK) DJ Michael Vagas (Swiss) FDJ Baby Lou (Jkt) MC Leon (Jkt) Starts 9pm

Pavilion Aperitivo

DJ Paul Guy (UK) Starts 5pm

Ryoshi Seminyak House of Jazz Afronesia

SOS Supper Club Annual Surftime Awards 2012

Stadium Cafe Kuta and Sanur AFL

Film premiere, surf awards, fashion show, Mr. Sukamu Starts 11pm

Preliminary final on big screen

Cubana Bar & Grill Live Jazz

Hu’u Bar hu’u & M Vibes present

Saturday September 22nd Bianco Italia Resto AFL

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World’s master comedy hypnotist. Tickets 200k Starts 8pm

Preliminary final on big screens

Boshe House Vintage

Feat. Endy Becker Also resident DJs, MC Welly Nisa/ VJ OQ. FDC 80k. Starts 10pm

Ito Khurdi Jazz Trio With Erik Sondhy and Diah Gayatri. Starts 9.30pm

DJ Hogi (future 10), pDub (Soul Menace), Kent Kryptonite (76 Beat). FDC100k

JP’s Warung Club Blues The Ripper

Oceans27 Sunset Session

Rock funk

DJ Paul Guy (UK) Starts 3pm

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Sky Dome @ Sky Garden Kid Kenobi

(Australian #1 DJ, multi platinum award winning artist) 50k All-U-Can Eat Sunset BBQ 6-10pm. Double VIP Express free flow @ 9pm & 10.30pm

Stadium Cafe Kuta and Sanur AFL

Preliminary final on big screens

Woo Bar @ W Bali Tomoki Tamura

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(Womb Club, Tokyo) Starts 10pm (See HereNow)

Sunday September 23rd Akasaka Indie Attack

Don’t Care Condition, Scobby Bubble, Guest DJ Andi - DMC DJ Team. Home DJs, sexy dancers from Jakarta, 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer. Starts 10pm

Oceans27 Sunset Session

DJ Michael Vagas (Swiss) Starts 3pm

Woo Bar @ W Bali Tomoki Tamura

Sunset Session 5-8pm (See HereNow)

Cocoon Splash

Feat. Ace Basik (Aus) 1-7pm

Jazz Cafe Marina Xavier

Start 8pm

Wednesday September 26th

Monday September 24th JP’s Warung Club Saharadja

Ethnic world music

Tuesday September 25th

Pavilion Improvocal

Lizzie O’ Keefe Free entrance. Starts 8pm

Akasaka Remix For Fun

Guest Rommy DJ (Sby ) Home DJs, Sensual dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm

Eikon International Student Night

Guest DJ Shammui

JP’s Warung Club Tasmania www.beatmag.com

Rock, blues, funk

Jazz Cafe

E. I. S Trio Erik Sondhy (keyboards) Ito Kurdi (bass) and Sandy Winarta (drums). Starts 8pm

Klapa New Kuta Beach Her Night Launching Party @ Ice Bar

DJ Hanum, fashion show, opening act James Hendrik Starts 8pm


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Thursday September 27th Akasaka Remix For Party

Guest DJ Dealy (Cyber DJ Team Jakarta). Home DJs, Sensual dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm

Cocoon Retro Night

DJ Patrick Holland Favorite tracks and clipsl from the 60’s through the 90’s with a twist. 10pm-3am

Mint Danny Howells

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Warm up by Mamsa & Wisdy Starts 10pm (See HereNow)

comingevents Friday September 28th Akasaka Vierra Live in Concert

Fashion show by Point Models Home DJs, Sensual dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm (See HereNow)

Oceans27 Fabulous Friday

DJ Hugo Marti (Spain) DJ Michael Vagas (Swiss) Starts 9pm

Ryoshi Seminyak House of Jazz Tropical Transit

Saturday September 29th Bianco Italia Resto AFL Grand Final

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Grand Final on big screens Performance by DJ and MC Starts 10pm

Boshe A Thousand Fantasy Album launching DJ Delizious Devina

(1945MF)- DJ Adith Putra (1945MF) & VJ Lost Siska. Home band, home DJs, Starts 10pm (See HereNow)

Hu’u Bar Spinach Roadtrip 2012

Junior Sanchez (USA)/ Riri Mestica. Feat. Cherryl & Nicky Manuputty, Adhe, Alannys Webber, Romeo & MC Giri. FDC 100k (See HereNow)

Mint Layo & Bushwacka

warm up by Mamsa

Potato Head Beach Club Summer Closing Party Foster The People Live Mssl Cmmnd (See HereNow)

Stadium Cafe Kuta and Sanur AFL Grand Final

Preliminary final on big screens Performance by DJ and MC Starts 10pm


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Dejavu Kitchen

Hospitality Day 20% off games for Hospitality Industry. Valid with business card

Discovery Mall

Pavilion Grill Bar @Batu Belig

Live music acoustic 6-9pm

Eikon

Affair with Super Models Home DJs, live band, sexy dancers from Jakarta, fashion show by Bali’s Top Models Starts 10pm

Bahiana

France Nite Burlesque sexy dancers DJ Angga & DJ Karma 14/9 Friday Sexy Nite Sexy dancers DJ Angga & DJ Karma Starts 11pm

Bistro Batu Kali

Funky Friday Evening entertainment by Asazi Band, Australian singer Ms. Donna. Happy hour cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Bliss Wayan Hotel

Live music performance Starts 7pm

Boshe

Track On Deejay beat party all night long. Feat. BosheFenzi girls, home band, resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 60k. Starts 10pm

Bounty

Snow on the Boat DJ Double Gee, Arief, Denny, and David. Starts 9pm

Cocoon

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later.

Cubana Bar & Grill

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The Traffic Blues Band Starts 8.30pm

Rooftop sunset session Glass of wine or any cocktail + tapas 100k nett

Akasaka

Funky Friday Special guest DJs spin funky tunes. Happy hour 4-8pm Starts 9pm

d’base Restaurant and Fun Bar Top 80s starts 9pm Happy hours buy 2 get 3. Starts 8pm

Kori

Blazzing Night Party with resident DJs. Starts12am

TGIFridays Resident DJs. Free flow 11-11.30pm. Drink promos before 12

eVo @The Banjar

All night long with resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Paradiso

Aperitivo Music by Zoe Noa and Friends

Piduh Restaurant Bar and Grill

Meat Grilled Lovers Feat. Duo Thomas and Lea Accoustic.Starts 8pm

Pyramid - Club

Finn’s Beach Club @ Semara Luxury Villa Resort

House-Deep House-Electronic Resident & international DJs line up. Open at 12am. Free entry. Whiskey & vodka bottle 350k

Gracie Kelly’s

Rooftop @The 1O1 Legian

DJ Rok Sivante 4-8pm. No beach pass after 5pm

Live Entertainment with resident local Irish band. Starts 8pm

Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock After Dark Feat. Siluet Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour, everyday 5-7pm, half price on all alcoholic beverages

Hard Rock Hotel

Don’t Stop the Party feat. DevotionBand @ Centerstage. Bottle of House Spirits 1.2 mil, Smirnoff Towers 700k & Heineken Tower 400k. 2 shooters get 1 free. Starts 9pm

Hu’u Bar

Mixed Tape Mashin’ up classic, pop, RnB and top 40 beats by DJ Yuyu and Krisna feat MC Gooze

Jazz Cafe

Nancy Ponto & The Soul Brothers - Soul and Funk

Jp’s Warung Club

El Salvadore band plays Latin music with professional salsa dancer and Marumba. Special Tequila girl Starts 9.30pm

Klapa New Kuta Beach

Coco Disco @ Ice Bar Special performances.One hour free flow. Kir Royal upon arrival. Starts 8pm

Sky Pool Party Sunset, swim & dance. Cool tunes by DJs. Free Entry. All you can eat western BBQ + salad 85k. Buy 1 get 1 free cocktail @75k. Starts 4pm

Sky Garden

‘Kickstart Weekends’ bintang draft beer 10k & double vodka redbulls 25k ‘in the dome from 9-11pm. ‘Midnight Express’ free vodka redbulls 12-12.30. sunset session, all you can eat bbq 50k 6-9pm. double vip express free-flow at 9-10.30pm

SOS Supper Club Salsa Sensation Pro Salsa instructor. Free lesson 6-8pm

The Stones Kuta

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm

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Ladies Night DJ Rob Soundz. Complimentary signature cocktails for ladies. 9pm-1am

Vi Ai Pi

Open for Fish Tank Club Live band Harzoe DJ Neysha & DJ Leppo spin in Fish tank Club. All shot 25k, buy 1 get 1 free cocktails all night

Mint

DJ Mamsa and friends playing house and more. CHECK MAINSTAGE FOR MORE EVENTS


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Weekend Live Acoustic Feat. AEL Series. Starts 8pm Free entry after 12am.

Mint

DJ Mamsa and friends playing house and more.

Oceans27

Sunset Session DJ Rob Soundz. Michael Vagas(25/8). 4-7pm

Paradiso

Akasaka

Saturday Night Fever Home DJs, live band, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm CHECK OUT COMING EVENTS IN THE BEAT’S DAY BY DAY LISTING OF THE BIG SHOWS AROUND TOWN

Bistro Batu Kali

Happy hour Cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Finn’s Beach Club @ Semara Luxury Villa Resort

Boshe

Gracie Kelly’s

Wet Distors Wet & sexy weekend party Home band, resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 80k. Starts10pm

Bounty

Saturday Body Muscle. Best DJ Music, Sexy pool, Arial Silk & Kuta Diva dancers. Free entry for overseas guest. member and regular guest

Cocoon

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and great DJS later.

Cubana Bar & Grill

Swing Live Saturday Ito Kurdi Jazz trio, DJ Andre. Happy hour 4-8pm. Starts10pm

d’ Base Restaurant and Fun Bar

Top 40s starts 9pm Happy hours, Buy 2 get 3, Starts 8pm

Deejay Club

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eVo @ The Banjar

Resident DJs all night. Starts10pm

Bliss Wayan Hotel

Live music performance Starts 7pm

Eikon

Coyote Ugly Night Resident DJs. Coyote babes on the bar with tequila. Free flow Eikon punch 11-11.30pm. Bottle promo all night long

Urban Hype Party with resident DJs. Starts12am

Discovery Mall

Live music acoustic 6-9pm Movie under the moonlight @ the ampitheater 7-10pm

DJ Brent Burns

Resident local Irish band live. Starts 8pm

Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock After Dark Siluet Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour, 5-7pm, half price alcohol beverages

Hard Rock Hotel

Don’t Stop the Party feat. Devotion Band. Bottle of House Spirits1.2 mil, Smirnoff Towers 700k & Heineken Tower 400k. 2 shooters get 1 free. Starts 9pm

Hu’u Bar

Mixed Tape Mash up, classic, pop, RnB, top 40 by DJ Yuyu & Krisna feat. MC Gooze

Ice Bar @ W Bali

Sunset on Ice DJ Yudi spins Latin fusion. Complimentary tapas, 2-for-1 cocktail crushes or wine. 5-7pm

JP’s Warung Club

Classic rock Marina & New Energy Band. Starts 9.30pm

Jazz Cafe

Bali Blues Band - Rockin’ Blues

Laughing Buddha

Latin / Salsa with Buena Tierra Starts 8pm

Saturday Fever. 20% on games & F&B before 7pm

Piduh Restaurant Bar and Grill

Acoustic Weekend and Grill Seafood Sensation with Soul Rebel. Starts 8pm

Pyramid - Club

House-Deep House-Electronic Resident & international DJs. Free entry after 12am Whiskey & vodka bottle 350k

Rooftop @ The 1O1 Legian

Saturday Sunset Gathering In-house DJ. Sangria Pitcher 101k, Bintang 4 bottle beer bucket 101k. Seafood Platter half price. 6-8pm

Segara Asian Grill

Cabaret Show. Starts 8.30pm

Sky Garden

‘Kickstart Weekends’ bintang draft 10k & double vodka redbulls 25k. ‘Midnight Express’, free vodka redbulls 12-12.30pm. Sunset sessions 50k all u can eat bbq from 6-9pm. Double vip express free-flow at 9 &10.30pm

SOS Supper Club

Soundset with Resident DJ

The Stones Kuta

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Tulip

Ladies Night DJ Rob Soundz. Complimentary signature cocktails for ladies. 9pm-1am

Vi Ai Pi

Dance Paradise DJ Lee4, DJ Neysha, live band Caramel Bartender flair & sexy dancer

Woo Bar @ W Bali

A flirty sunset with Mr. Sukamu Mix and mingle at sunset. Free entry. 5-8pm CHECK MAINSTAGE FOR MORE EVENTS


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Akasaka

DMC Attack (Ladies Night) Home DJs, sexy dancers, guest DJ. Ladies enter free. 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer, up to 20% off full bottle. Starts 10pm

Bistro Batu Kali

Happy hour Cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Boshe

Sundays Weekend party Home band, resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 60k. Starts 10pm

Bounty

Finn’s Beach Club @ Semara Luxury Villa Resort Sunday Family BBQ DJ Evan Day 250k adults, half price kids under 12

Gracie Kelly’s

Live entertainment with resident local Irish band. Starts 8pm

Hard Rock Café

Sunset Hour, 5-7pm. Half price on all alcohol beverages

Cocoon

Ronaldgang – Blues Band Australian Wine by the bottle 360k. Starts 8.30pm

Cubana Bar & Grill

Savory Sunday 20% off food menu. 10% off selected spirits. Happy hour 4-8pm

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eVo @ The Banjar

All night long with resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Ladies night, ladies music, chillout & DJ music after midnight Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later

Eikon

Sunday Funday Resident DJs. Free flow 1-11.30pm. Drink promos before 12

Beatles, starts 9pm Happy hours, Buy 2 get 3, starts 8pm

Discovery Mall

Live acoustic 6-9pm Movie under the moonlight @ the ampitheater 7-10pm

Rooftop @ The 1O1 Legian Sky Pool Party Free entrance. BBQ + salad 85k all you can eat. Cocktail buy 1 get 1 free @75K. Cool tunes. Starts 4pm

Sky Garden

Sunset Session Guest DJ: Dr Willis (Aus) Girls drink for free 9-11pm. Double Double freeflow @ 9 & 10.30pm. All you can eat BBQ 50k 6-9pm

SOS Supperclub

Sunday Supperclub BBQ Sensational BBQ under the stars IDR 395k++ weekly with live house band Dunia Ketiga

Tulip

Hard Rock Hotel

Classic acoustic guitar by Mr. Lianto Tjahjoputro. Starts 8pm

Jazz Cafe

Sunday Soul Sessions DJ Leepo spinning chill out, live acoustic Solidave 5-9pm. All You Can Eat 100k. 5 beers 80k

Acoustic jazz with Nancy and Widi

Oceans27

Sunset Session DJ Michael Vagas. Rob Soundz (26/8). 4-7pm

Vi Ai Pi

Woo Bar @ W Bali

A Flirty Sunset with Mr. Sukamu Mix and mingle while the sun dips below the horizon and day transitions into night. Free entry. 4-7pm

Pavilion

Chill & Grill Starts 4pm

Paradiso

Family Funtastic. Get 25% on Games/person for all family member CHECK MAINSTAGE FOR MORE EVENTS


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Akasaka

Ladies On Top (Ladies Night) Home DJs, sexy dancers. Ladies enter free. 10-12pm free entry & 50% draft beer, up to 20% off full bottle. Starts 10pm

Bistro Batu Kali

Happy hour Cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Boshe

Collegio Fiesta Host from Bali universities with Boshe sexy dancers, home band & resident DJs. Free entry & 50% with school id. Ladies enter free. FDC 60k. Starts 10pm

eVo @ The Banjar

All night long with resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Gracie Kelly’s

Live Entertainment with resident local Irish band. Starts 8pm

Hard Rock Café

Top 40s starts 9pm Happy hours buy 2 get 3 Starts 8pm

Eikon

Girls Night Out! Resident DJs. All you can drink

House of Jazz Live Ryoshi Quintet Starts 9pm

SOS Supper Club

Cubana Bar & Grill

d’ Base Restaurant and Fun Bar

Ryoshi Seminyak

Hard Rock Hotel

All About Jazz with duo Ipink saxophonist & Benny guitar. Starts 9pm

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later.

Pavilion

Live music performance Starts 8pm

Mohito Monday’s Guest DJ: Mark Eon (UK). 35k Mohito all night. Sunset Session guest DJ Dr Willis (Aus). All you can eat BBQ 50k 6-10pm

Cocoon

Live Music by Trio Vaganca, Open Mic, Mutiny Trio Gogo Dancer

Bowling/Billiard strike only 20K Game/person or hour valid for WNI/KIMS/KITAS holder

Hard Rock After Dark Feat. Siluet Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour, everyday 5-7pm, half price on all alcohol beverages Rhythm & Booze Devotion band, Bamboo Blonde show. Bottle House Pouring Spirit 1200k nett & Heineken Monster Mug 50k nett. No cover. Starts 9pm

Bounty

Mojito Mondays DJ Cohiba spins lmamb, salsa, funk. 4pm-2am 2 for 1 Mojitos Happy hour 4-8pm www.beatmag.com

screwdrivers & mojitos all night for ladies 100k

JP’s Warung Club

Laughing Buddha Rockin’ Blues with Bali Blues Band Starts 8pm

Rooftop @ The 1O1 Legian Monday Happy Hours Buy 1 get 1 free all exotic cocktails. 4-bottle Bintang beer bucket 101k. 6-8pm

Sky Garden

Monday Bluezz Styles ranging from Jazz, Funk, R&B to Latin and Soul

The Stones Kuta

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Vi Ai Pi

BBQ Night Live Canopy Band & DJ Neysha 3-10pm. Pork ribs 50k, beer 15k 1-9pm

Woo Bar @ W Bali

Sunset session with our DJ. Complimentary pizza & happy hour specials. Free entry 5-6pm

Paradiso

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Centerstage @ Hard Rock Hotel

Akasaka

Party Zone (Ladies Night) Home DJs, sexy dancers. Ladies enter free. 10-12pm free entry & 50% 50% draft beer, up to 20% off full bottle. Starts 10pm

Bistro Batu Kali

Happy hour Cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Boshe

Locally Session Local indie bands and resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 30k. Starts 10pm

Hard Rock Café

Hard Rock Hotel

Tuesday Sundowning Delight with Resident DJ

Hard Rock After Dark Feat. Siluet Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour 5-7pm, half price all alcohol beverages Remember Yesterday Devotion Band. 50% signature long island iced tea cocktail collection. No cover. Starts 8.30pm

Eikon

Tequila Tuesdays! Resident DJs. Free flow eikon punch 11-11.30pm. Free tequila from dancers on bar. Tequila shot 15k before midnight

eVo @ The Banjar

All night long with resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Vi Ai Pi

Jazz Cafe

Sunset session with our DJ. Complimentary pizza & happy hour specials. Free entry 5-6pm

Special event or Aurora Quartet - Jazz

Beatles starts 9pm Happy hours buy 2 get 3 starts 8pm

The Stones Kuta

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm International Student Night Live Vertikal, DJ Leppo. 5 beers 80k all night, pizza & burger 40k.

Cubana Bar & Grill

Thirsty Tuesdays DJ Cohiba plays latin, funk, house. Happy hour 4-8pm Starts 8pm

SOS Supper Club

JP’s Warung Club

Rock, pop. Palm Tree band. They are only three but they rock! Starts 9pm

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later.

Sky Garden

Taco Tuesdays. Guest DJ: DJ Lloyd (UK) 6-11pm Mexican Taco 10k. Double Double freeflow from 9pm. Sunset Session guest DJ Dr Willis (Aus). All you can eat BBQ 50k 6-10pm

Cocoon

d’ Base Restaurant and Fun Bar

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Gracie Kelly’s

Live Entertainment with resident local Irish band. Quiz Time to raise money for charity

Nero

Woo Bar @ W Bali

Live Accoustic Jazz With Nuevo Band

Paradiso

Rolls with d’balls Crazy player on 3 games/ person or 3 hrs only 50K Valid for WNI & students

Rooftop @ The 101 Legian

Rooftop Movie Night 2 box office movies. 1st movie 7pm (18/9) John Carter. 2nd movie 8.45pm, Battle Ship. (25/9) Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadow 2nd movie 8.45pm, The Avengers

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Khatulistiwa ethnic fusion mixed with rock & reggae. Starts 9pm

Klapa New Kuta Beach

Her Night @ Ice Bar Kir Royal on arrival Starts 8pm

Kori

The Traffic Blues Band Starts 8.30pm

Laughing Buddha Free style music with Kacir Acoustic Starts 8pm

Paradiso

Crazy Minutes Play 1 get 1 free on published game rate

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Akasaka

DMC Attack Guest DJs, home DJs, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Starts 10pm

All Seasons Legian

BBQ Night, All you can eat from 7-9.30pm. Happy hours 5pm-9pm

Bahiana

Classic Disco Nite Sexy dancers DJ Angga & DJ Karma Starts 11pm

Bistro Batu Kali

Saxophone 8-10.30pm Happy hour cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Bluefin

Wagyu Beef Promo Buy Wagyu Beef, get free glass of wine. 10am-11.30pm

Boshe

Fenzi Girl Model or BosheFenzi girls, home band, resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 60k. Starts 10pm

Bounty

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Live Music by Trio Vaganca, Open Mic, Mutiny Trio Go go dancers

Cocoon

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later.

Cubana Bar & Grill

Wild Women Wednesday DJ Cohiba spins lounge, old

school, latin. Happy hour 4-8pm Free signature cocktails for ladies. Starts 9pm

d’ Base Restaurant

Top 80s starts 9pm Happy hours buy 2 get 3. Starts 8pm

Deejay Club

Rave Dance All night long with resident DJs Starts12am

Eikon

International Student Night Resident DJs. All you can drink beer & screwdrivers for students all night 100k

eVo @ The Banjar

All night long with resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Rooftop @ The 101 Legian Sky Pool Party Free entrance. All you can eat western BBQ + salad 85k. Cocktail buy 1 get 1 free @75k Cool tunes. Starts 4pm

Ryoshi Seminyak

House of Jazz Live Featuring Eric Sondhy Project. (26/9) Ito and the Gank Starts 9pm

Sky Garden

Thousand Wings Wednesdays. Guest DJ: Werewolf (Aus) Chicken wings 1k 6-11pm. Double Double Freeflow from 9pm. Sunset Session guest DJ Dr Willis (Aus). All you can eat BBQ 50k 6-10pm

SOS Supper Club

Gracie Kelly’s

Wednesday Dinner and drinks. Book dinner for 4 or more, free bottle of champagne or wine

Hard Rock Café

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Live entertainment with resident local Irish band. Starts 8pm Hard Rock After Dark Devotion Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour 5-7pm, half price on all alcohol beverages

Hard Rock Hotel

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun sexy dancers, burlesque show, Roving Models & Devotion Band. 9-10pm ladies free Cocktail of the Month. 10-11pm 50% all cocktails & house spirits. No cover. Starts 9pm

Jazz Cafe

The Stones Kuta

Vi Ai Pi

Tequila Night Live Sky Line band & DJ Neysha. 25k tequila all night. Free canape

Woo Bar @ W Bali

Sunset session with our DJ. Complimentary pizza & happy hour specials. Free entry. 5-6pm

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Tude & Friends @ Laughing Buddha

Live Accoustic Jazz With Nuevo Band

Paradiso

Internal Affairs Corporate 20% off games & 15% off F&B. Valid with business card

Piduh

Ladies Pinkish Holic Ladies buy 2 get 3 cocktails & fabulous kir royal/mimosa

Pyramid

Ruby Lounge Ladies get free cocktail Starts 10pm

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Afternoon Tea Party Sweets & pastries 70k. Heading to your “me time” 2– 3.30pm

Segara Asian Grill

Akasaka

Ladies Night Party Home DJs, live band, sexy dancers from Jakarta. Ladies enter free. Starts 10pm

Bistro Batu Kali

eVo @ The Banjar

Resident DJs all night. Starts 10pm

Happy hour Cocktail 35k++, wine 85k++ glass & Bintang beer 15k++ 6-11pm

Resident local Irish band live. Quiz Time for charity

Boshe

Hard Rock Café

Road Runner Hosted by Bali auto club. Boshe sexy dancers, home band and resident DJs. Ladies enter free. FDC 60k. Starts10pm

Bounty

Snow on the Boat Feat. 8 Resident DJs Starts 9pm

Cocoon

Spectacular Sunsets 2 cocktails for price of 1. 4-7pm, and DJs later.

Cubana Bar & Grill

Tropical Thursdays Cubana’s live band perform Latino covers. Free Salsa lesson 8-9pm. Salsa dancers. Happy hour 4-8pm

d’ Base Restaurant and Fun Bar

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69slam bikini fashion show with international models. Free flow 11-11.30pm

Beatles starts 9pm Happy hour buy 2 get 3. Starts 8pm

Deejay Club

Stilletos Ladies Night. Party with resident DJs. Starts 12am

Eikon

Thirsty Thursday

Gracie Kelly’s

Hard Rock After Dark Siluet Band. Starts 10pm. Sunset Hour 5-7pm, half price alcohol beverages

Hard Rock Hotel

Jose Cuervo Tequila Thursday Devotion Band. 50% signature margarita. Jose Cuervo tequila girls serving up shots. No cover. Starts 8.30pm

JP’s Warung Club

Khatulistiwa ethnic fusion mixed with rock & reggae. Starts 9pm

Klapa New Kuta Beach

Sueno Latino Sangria upon arrival. Starts 8pm

Jazz Cafe

Cabaret Show. Starts 8.30pm

Sky Garden

University Night With DJ Yudi & DJ N’day (Ina) Free Entry university students Double Double free flow from 9pm. Sunset Session guest DJ Dr Willis (Aus). All you can eat BBQ 50k 6-10pm

SOS Supper Club

Thursday Bounty of the sea Monthly 6 course tasting menu IDR 395k++. 5-11pm

The Stones Kuta

Black Stones Band at Blue Sapphire. Resident DJs. Starts 10pm

Tulip

Live Jazz with Apoyando band Starts 8pm

Vi Ai Pi

Angel n Sexy 50% cocktails for sexy ladies. Opening act Sterling Band. DJ Neysha & DJ Leppo

Woo Bar @ W Bali

Sunset session with DJ. Complimentary pizza & happy hour specials. Free entry. 5-6pm

Soul Brothers - Funky RnB

Laughing Buddha Acoustic Jam with Tude & Friends Starts 8pm

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Alan Bates THE CANGGU CLUB | WEDs 19 & THURS 20 sept Roots

Alan Bates has had a very colorfully checkered past. He originally was a DJ/producer in Britain before living a life at sea aboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean as a casino manager. It was their where he found his true calling in the world of stage shows. Onboard a cruise ship, he made friends with an illusionist who used hypnotism in his acts. From that point on, entertaining had entered Bates’ life and there was no looking back. Upon returning to England, he took upon himself to learn the dark arts of psychology and created his own unique act.

Sound

Hypnotic comedy.

Where you might have heard of him

Bates is a master comedian and has performed in Cyprus, Malta, Switzerland, East Africa, Europe, Egypt, Singapore, the Middle East, and the United States. He has even performed for the royal family of Brunei and if there’s one thing those guys know how to do, it’s partying and being entertained. He has toured with Derek Acorah, a psychic medium in their TV show, The Paranormal Experience.

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Why see him

This is just about as novel as it gets and sounds like it might be a uniquely fun night that you may be talking about for weeks. He actually hypnotizes people on stage and makes them believe they are getting chased by ghosts or have won the lottery. We’ve been told that he doesn’t force people out of the crowd to do it so don’t panic. From our research, the laughs seem endless and hypnotizing people in order to prank them on stage is just about the most genius thing we’ve heard of in a long time.


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TOMOKI TAMURA WOO BAR | SATURDAY 22 & SUNDAY 23 sept

Roots:

Tomoki Tamura started his DJ career in his hometown of Osaka, Japan. With his signature blend of deep, tech, electro, minimal with rich soulful tinge it didn’t take too long for Tamura to claim top spot in the Japanese underground dance scene. In 2004, after conquering his native country, Tomoki Tamura moved to London to spread his music at famous clubs like Ministry of Sound and Fabric.

Sounds:

House, techno, electronic

Where you might have heard him

Tomoki Tamura held a residency at the much revered club The End in London in 2007. Around the same time he started his own party, Holic which provided him with wider popularity and since then has been featured regularly at clubs in London and Japan. His first EP under the Tomoki & Nono moniker, Voices 3 Years which came out in 2008 and succeeded to reach number one in the Beatport charts. Tamura became the first Japanese DJ to appear on House of Ministry radio and House FM.

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Why see him

Tomoki Tamura is one of the elite few Japanese DJs who made it in the global dance scene. After breaking out of the Japanese underground dance circuit years ago as the most promising young act, Tamura has been setting parties alight in Berlin, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Belarus, Greece and Turkey.


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Danny Howells Mint | thursday 27 sept Roots:

The beginning of what is described by many as deepsexyfuturistictechfunkouse, the Danny Howells trademark sound, began early in Howells childhood in Hastings, England. Howells grew up absorbing classical to pop and funk music blaring from different rooms in the Howells household. The experience led him to become an ardent records collector before eventually finding his calling behind the turntables. His first gig then took place in the late 80s at a party to celebrate Prince’s birthday. He spent the next couple of years at local clubs until being introduced to his mentor, John Digweed.

Sounds:

Progressive electronica

Where you might have heard him

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Howells is as good a producer as he is a DJ. In fact his early productions with another British lad, Tim Cross, under the moniker Squelch were what landed him his first recording contract from Jackpot, which subsequently elevated him to the international stage. He quickly amassed a loyal fan base worldwide and with more original tracks, mix and remix projects for artists like Robbie Williams, Slide, and Astrax coming his way Howells eventually gained his much deserved global superstar status. Going into the new millennium, Howells was a worldwide household name. His DJing artistry provided him with a top ten spot in the DJ Mag’s 2000 reader’s poll. A seminal release followed in 2005 for the Global Underground series which showcased day and night sets from Howells performance in Club Space, Miami. You may have even caught his show at 66 Club back in 2000.

Why see him

The high flyin, globe trottin’ Howell is one of the gifted few, both in producing and DJing. Howells is widely applauded for his ability to control the pace of his show and weave his tunes seamlessly, a skill and musical sense that he developed over a long period of playing gigs and producing in studio. In other words, after doing what he’s doing for so long, Danny Howells knows all the bits and pieces there is to know to move people on the dance floor.


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AKASAKA | fRIDAY 28 sept Roots:

Kevin Aprilio (piano/keyboard, Raka Cyril Damar (guitar), and Satryanda Wijanarko (drums) were sophomore students who met through the social network site Friendster before adding Widy Soediro Nichlany, a senior high school student as their vocalist. They describe their music as Disney-inspired that caters to teenagers and young adults alike. They got further support from, Noey and Capung, a couple of veteran producers who have worked with top Indonesian acts, which resulted in the band’s two highly acclaimed pop albums.

Sound:

Pop rock

Where you might have heard them:

2009 proved to be a good year for Vierra. The band immediately gained recognition with their first single, “Dengarkan Curhatku” from the first album, claimed a respectable top five position in the nation’s prominent music charts like Dahsyat, Inbox and MTV Ampuh. Vierra were also nominated for the best new comer in the 2009 SCTV award. Their first outing continued to do well by raking up 9 million Ring Back Tones and being certified multi-platinum. Their second attempt in the following year saw the youngsters embrace a more mature approach to their music which cemented their status as the frontrunner of the new generation of Indonesian pop stars.

Why see them:

Before the local music scene was bombarded with teeny bopper pop acts in the last couple of years, there was Vierra who are musically superior to the later batch of performers. The members of Vierra have become pop icons, thanks to a myriad of TV shows and an army of pubescent teenage fans.

delizious devina boshe | SATURDAY 29 sept Roots

Devina used to be one part of a successful DJ duo called Electric Barbarellas, along with Milinka. After the group’s break up, Delizious Devina pursued her solo career and has been getting famous in Indonesia’s dance scene.

Sound

Dirty house, tech house, progressive, tribal tech

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Where you might have heard of her

She has received awards like REDMA, Paranoia and The Beat Magazine Awards. Devina, who has joined 1945MF, is also producing tracks for the album The State Of Spiritual and Hearts Of Gold and Higher To See From Above EP. She has played her tunes in many clubs in Indonesia and abroad and also made a breakthrough by collaborating with local musicians such as Duo DJ, Erwin Gutawa, Armada, Slank, Kikan Cokelat, Rebecca, Acha Septriasa, Rahma Azhari, Leeya and Mala & The Bandit as vocalist, John Paul Ivan, VJ Daniel, Maharasyi, Bondan & Fade 2 Black, Sashi Drew as guitarist, Andra & The Backbone, Iwa K, Melly Goeslaw as remixer, and DD.

Why see her

Devina just received an award as a DJ of the Year in the Paranoia Awards 2011. Catch her set at Boshe where she’ll probably rock the house.


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junior sanchez hu’u bar | saturDAY 29 sept

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Originally from suburban Belleville, New Jersey, Junior Sanchez had his DJ beginnings with a jerry rigged DJ set made up of his parent’s two stereo systems when he was 11. Fortunes took a turn for the better when he was 15 and was spinning music heavily influenced by the early local house in some of the more popular subterranean clubs around NYC. His passion combined with work ethic soon saw him elevated to a position of an in-demand remixer, producer and DJ.

Sounds:

Not a pop punk or electro DJ. Generally house.

Where you might have heard him

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Along with Armand Van Helden, Sanchez formed a house music supergroup called the Mongoloids which featured a bunch of talentless no names such as Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx, Stuart Price, DJ Sneak, Roger Sanchez, and Ian Pooley. He is a proficient remixer with artists like Madonna, Shakira, Katy Perry, Good Charlotte, Placebo, The Bravery, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Blaqk Audio, Hot Hot Heat, Roisin Murphy, Felix Da Housecat, The Faint, New Order, Emiliana Torrini, Jamiroquai, Giorgio Moroder, Moving Units, Les Rhythmes Digitales all under his belt. Two of his tracks, “Where You Are” and “I Believe In.” made it to the number one spot on Beatport and like any other huge DJ, he’s played at pretty much every club that matters in every country with enough dough to pay him.

Why see him

Sanchez is currently working on a full length album and punters at Hu’u will most likely get a sample of some future hit way before everyone else in the world does. His dynamic sound and flair for evolving will make for a great night at Hu’u.


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the People POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB | saturDAY 29 sept Roots

The story of Foster the People starts with one man on a journey through the wilderness of Hollywood. It is a tale of one’s adventures and the quest to make it in the entertainment industry where many are destined to fail and only a fraction succeeds. Our story begins with a boy, Mark Foster, who had moved to LA to become rich and famous after high school. He described his early experiences to be akin to a young Hunter S. Thompson, not because he wrote, but because of the other endeavors Mr Thompson is notoriously known for. Foster unsuccessfully tried to form a band, but those early attempts just refused to bear fruit. He landed a job producing jingles and discovered his inner eclectic style. After teaming up with drummer Mark Pontius and eventually Cubbie Fink, Foster & the People was born but people kept on calling the band Foster the People and that name soon stuck.

Sound

Indie pop

Where you might have heard of them

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Everyone should know their breakout hit “Pumped Up Kicks” by now. The song was originally available in 2010 for free download on Mark Foster’s website and was used by Nylon magazine for its online advertising. From there it went viral and everyone wanted a piece of Foster the People and they went on to signed a multi-record contract with Columbia. They had made it. They became superstars. After generating huge buzz at South by Southwest and Coachella, they released an eponymous EP followed by their full length album, Torches. The album immediately was a giant success with half of the ever accessible and catchy tracks being licensed off to a number of TV shows including Gossip Girl, Entourage, and The Vampire Diaries as well as video games and commercials. Together with the massive success of “Pumped Up Kicks” on the airwaves and appearances on late night talk shows, the band was now a crossover success and made it on the top 40 charts. They followed this success with a tour that managed to sell out on many of their stops. They were nominated for two Grammy nominations and closed 2011 with the sixth-best-selling digital song of the year with 3.84 million copies paid for and downloaded.

Why see them

Foster the People are one of those Cinderella success stories that just about everyone loves to hear. Their sudden rise to fame can be attributed to one thing, the sheer likability to just about every single one of Torches’ tracks. Seriously, it’s one of those albums where every song is immaculately crafted. Their live shows reportedly live up to their buzz and it seems like Potato Head just might have done the impossible by actually outdoing themselves and their already stellar record.


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Boshe elements

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he Elements party in Boshe was built around a collaborative performance from two of the hottest local DJs from Jakarta, Anza March and Dizzi. The night was opened around 10pm by DJ Dee who performed his set in front of an already excited crowd. The top billings then came on right after that to supply the beats for the famous Boshe sexy models show. Anza March and Dizzi kept the tempo high with their back to back performances that only got the party crazier through the night. People started to climb on to the stage to dance until closing time in the early morning hours.

CENTERSTAGE Friday 31 Aug

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iss Hard Rock was held at Centerstage. Taking the theme of Sexy Country, the seven selected grand finalists proved their inner and outer beauty on the night. A large crowd turned up to witness the first heat of the competition. There’s a finalist ‘foam party’ on Sept 15 at Sand Island and the final will be held on Sept 21 at Centerstage.


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Red Party Supernova at Hu’u

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u’u was jammed packed with people who came to the club for one reason and one reason only, Todd Terry. Although the place was already filled to its capacity, a long line of partygoers was still forming out-front. Inside the club, the Red Party Supernova burst into being and at the center of it was “Todd the god” who didn’t disappoint one bit. With a pumping crowd mostly wearing red, it was a high season night to remember.


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Mint Shur I Kan

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he Shur I Kan show at Mint drew a large number of deep house fans on the island. As usual, DJ Mamsa warmed up the crowd with his up tempo set. Then the atmosphere changed significantly when DJ/producer Shur I Kan put his golden fingers on the decks. The more mature crowd enjoyed a great night of sophisticated beats.

Sky dome Saturday 1 Sept

Bombs Away

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he music played at the Bombs Away event at Sky Dome was like an explosion of shear fun. Some of the mainstream tracks on the playlists were modified as though they were transformed by explosives. The crowd reveled in the absolute madness that was Sky Dome that night.


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Sunset Session at Woo Bar

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unset Session last Sunday featured James Talk (photo bottom right) behind the decks for a very impressive set of uptempo but chilled tracks that had the sizable crowd dancing in the aisles. The awesome, fixed focussed lights on top of the lounge just about stole the show while Damian Saint (photo left) wrapped it up.

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Centerstage Monday 3 Sept

Rhythm and Booze at Centerstage Hard Rock hotel

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very Monday night Hard Rock Hotel’s Centerstage presents Rhythm and Booze which combines a generous dose of top 40 music with spicy models shakin’ it to hot beats from the resident DJ. The evening starts at 9pm with live band performances on the multifunction stage. An hour into the show, a group of scintillating ladies appeared in the room and began sashaying their wardrobe from Bamboo Blonde around the bar counter. The night is topped off with a set by the resident DJ all the way until closing time at 1am. Monday nights only all through September.


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SOS Supper Club Wednesday 5 Sept

Tiefschwartz SOS Supper Club German brothers, Tiefschwartz palyed their distinctive deep house last week at SOS

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Thursday 6 Sept

Vi Ai Pi 4th Anniversary Party

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i Ai Pi looked more daring than usual with guests lining up on Jalan Legian in front of the club with their big bikes and fancy cars for its 4th anniversary. The party turned into full gear right around midnight when DJ Winky and other beastly DJs took the decks and rocked the dance floor until the early morning hours.


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jp’s Warung Thursday 06 Sept

Tasmania band

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asmania band hit up JP’s and performed their mixture of tiger mask dances, traditional Javanese spiritual tunes, traditional percussion and modern music. Such eclectic offerings brought an unconventional audience to the club. The first set was filled with solemn and spiritual ambiance that was followed with straight up classic rock n’ roll and reggae in the second one.

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yramid turned it on again last Friday night when DJ Paul Woolford performed at Bali’s newest club. The award winning DJ baptized the very Egyptian club on Jalan Sunset with his cool deep house and dance tunes. Pyramid is now open on Thursdays btw.


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The Never So Humble Pig


Nyoman’s superb pork features on the Seasonal Tasting Menu and as a part of several culinary journeys organized by Chef Eelke. Creating artisan products and every day menu items from local ingredients is at the heart of the slow food movement. Slow Food is an international movement that eschews the lack of values in the modern food industry. It is the antidote to fast food, the antithesis of processed, one-size-fits-all convenience food. Slow Food doesn’t have to take a long time, it simply has to be local, fresh, organic and cooked with care. For the twenty or so enthusiasts who took part in a culinary exhibit of great note at Alila Ubud recently, a true feast was prepared in front of our eyes, the results of which were enjoyed in quite a spectacular fashion. Alila’s Executive chef Eelke, his assistant Ray and the team of cooks at Alila showed what can be done with one of Nyoman’s pigs with a little skill and imagination. The day began with butchering the pig that had been killed with kindness. From there a little magic was employed as the animal was transformed into sausages, salamis, salted to produce prosciutto, minced into pates, seasoned and marinated and prepared for roasts and succulent hams. A multi-course lunch was then served which featured the locally raised pork in all its guises. The point of all this is to prove that great produce and skillful cooking starts locally.

For more on Slow Food movement in Bali: www.slowfoodubud.com/About_Slow_Food.html

The slow food movement started in Italy but Bali has embraced it and the work of the local chapter is to bring together farmers, chefs, producers and individuals who love food at its most natural. Among those who attended the event were Ben and Blair Ripple, whose company Big Tree has been working with local farmers to promote local, organic products. Their latest venture is a chocolate factory that uses raw, organic cacao beans to produce world-class chocolate products. Marjan van Ravenzwaaj who owns the Organic Farm and Stay also attended with a group of local farmers and chefs who shared the experience. Cat Wheeler and Mary Jane Edleston of Slow Food were there to applaud the efforts of one of the island’s best chefs. “Slow Food is all about keeping it good, clean and fair,” said Mary in her thank you speech. The diners were grateful enough, having enjoyed a lunch that began simply enough with fresh bread served with pork fat and crispy lardons, followed by trays of cold cuts made in-house, pate and head cheese, fried pigs ears and brains followed with the home-made sausages, roast pork belly and pork loin with incredible crackling and finally a slow-cooked ham that had been brined and marinated. Slow food is not only about eating but sharing skills and inspiring local producers to do it better and more naturally. A number of chefs attend each other’s events and even share the secrets and recipes they have developed in search of local alternatives to imported ingredients. None of it would be worthwhile unless the results were good enough to convince us that local can be every bit as good as the imported versions, more economical and inspiring on a creative level. In the hands of one of Bali’s most talented chefs, it was at the end, a totally brilliant lunch.

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short trip out of Ubud, in the village of Penestanan, Pak Nyoman has been raising organic, chemical-free pigs for over 20 years. The pigs on Nyoman’s farm are fed only banana trunks, sweet potatoes and rice bran porridge, avoiding the chemicals and hormones of corn pellets, common throughout the Balinese pork industry.

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When a stranger “needs a local guy who understands about international-standard sound recording and is also able to organize sophisticated music concerts,” there’s no need to panic, just say this name: Anom Darsana.

Homegrown & Well Known:

ANOM DARSANA Interview by Rudolf Dethu

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guess it's the result of your never-saydie consistency in the local art and music scene that has made you a household name in the industry. Kudos for that. Have you always been into sound engineering? Music is my life. Since I was a kid I've always been surrounded by family who love music. I was introduced to Pink Floyd, ELP, Supertramp, Bob Dylan, Queen, and lots of other brilliant musicians, when I was still in elementary school. My best friend in high school, Marlowe Bandem, influenced me a lot in shaping my musical tastes as well. Right after I finished high school I went to Lausanne, Switzerland, to study French. My taste in music became even broader. I started listening to more European-oriented groove

and experiencing "real" and "serious" music concerts. After I fiished studying French, it turned out it was difficult to apply my knowledge in Switzerland. I should've thought about it before hehe… Why would they need a foreigner to teach them French, anyway? At the time, I wasn't really interested in going back to Bali. I was in a rock band with friends in Lausanne. I'd built my connections there. So then I studied sound engineering while also working casually in a rental sound system company, in television production, and a recording studio, getting involved with bands who were doing tours, etc. I finally realized that music, especially sound engineering, was my destiny rather than teaching French.


Why did you decide to move back to Bali? Isn't living in a first world country easier?

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During my 13 years living in Switzerland I regularly came to Bali for holidays. Even though I had already built a certain reputation in music recording and live concerts in Switzerland, but the more I visited Bali, the more I wanted to go back home. I felt an urge to contribute something to my own island with the knowledge I had. To build a proper recording studio, to initiate a kind of music centre, to share, and eventually I moved back to Bali. My wife came with me, too.

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It seems like moving back to Bali was the right decision. Antida recording studio did well— considered one of the best on the island, while Serambi Arts Antida became Denpasar's music mecca, a local artists hangout place. Too bad that Serambi Arts Antida had to close down. Too young to die. Back when I was still in Switzerland I already had my own recording studio with the same name: Antida. I mostly worked with hip hop artists, including my own compilation project, Tout un Monde (a collaboration with a wellknown Geneve-based rapper, Pouney). So when I opened my first little studio in the front of my house in Kesiman, it didn't take me long to expand. People showed great appreciation. I kind of already expected this to happen. You can say that I know what I'm doing. I then built a much bigger studio with international-standard equipment. Other than making me almost broke, it took me eight exhausting months to create a room with excellent acoustic quality. But it was worth it. Antida was famous only a few months after opening the door. Local and international musicians started coming to record their material. As time went by, I started producing talented local artists like Dialog Dini Hari and Nosstress. Serambi Arts Antida, the live concert venue and cafe, followed a bit later after one of my clients invited me to join him building a public music centre. One year on, Serambi Arts Antida had become the centre of (mostly) Denpasar's artistic scene, as a hangout spot. At least once a month we organized a show which attracted art enthusiasts from all over the place: Kuta, Seminyak, Ubud, and especially Denpasar. We also had an advantage that in Denpasar there was no other proper small-to-medium sized concert venue. Serambi Arts Antida was the only place to go. But all those beautiful stories had to end right when Serambi Arts Antida reach its peak. My partner and I, we could not work together any longer. Our vision regarding what to do with the venue went completely different

ways. We both tried our best to keep the joint venture running but were unsuccessful. Serambi Arts Antida had to be closed. I was, and am, totally broken hearted. But separation was the only option left. So there you go. Whew, R.I.P. Serambi Arts Antida. Will there be a new Serambi Arts Antida? There will be, oh yes. But not too sure when it can be realized. I'm still working on finding partners or sponsors. But in spirit, Serambi Arts Antida never dies. I still organize shows. Rock oriented, jazz oriented, folk oriented gigs. Everything represents talent and quality. The most recent one was Ubud Jazz Village Festival. The concept, the vision and mission for new Serambi Arts Antida is already very clear in my mind. Just need to find partners with mutual understanding. So it's just a matter of time. Stick around, people! Denpasar does not really have a proper youth and/or community centre. Serambi Arts Antida could have been the perfect alternative. Did the government ever show support, or did you ever contact them at all? Well, we did try once to get in touch with them when we did an Earth Day concert back then but there was zero response from them. I guess they have too many enquiries to accommodate. No problem. You know, I am more interested in working together with people who are enthusiastic about our programs. Our supporters have always been our good friends, young entrepreneurs, small enterprises with the same or similar visions. Let's get personal, name three of your all-time favourite albums and why.

The Wall by Pink Floyd. Interesting, imaginative, theatrical, and historical. MOFFOU by Salif Keita. Founder of Afro-pop genre. 2001 by Dr. Dre. I'm very inspired by this album. The album that I released in Switzerland was pretty much interpreting Dre's signature dancey beats in 2001. Any last nagging words? Widen your horizon, dig deeper into music, any kind of music. And then create your own music. No need to be proud performing other people's creations, does not matter how perfect or how precise it is. You, your own music, your own identity, that's what it's all about.


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Komang Arnawa is a two-time world champion body builder and is fighting an enormous problem on this island and it’s not just garbage. It’s something you can’t really see, it’s insidious and it’s underground. I’m not even sure it has a name but I imagine apathy comes pretty close. Or maybe it’s a lack of education. Most people on this island appear to have the attitude that rubbish is something that disappears by its own means. Just floats off down the nearest river or gully to be cleansed by an unknown force of nature. That may have been the case when garbage was biodegradable, but as we all should know, that’s not the case anymore. Typically, plastic bags are burned polluting the atmosphere and land with toxicity. This attitude has to change before we are all engulfed in our own mess. So what’s Komang doing about it? For one thing, he is promoting the use of reusable shopping bags. Let’s find out more. What’s the story behind the bags? For many years now, I have tried to focus my lifestyle around health and education. It is something that definitely takes practice but with a certain amount of self discipline, it is achievable, even becoming a habit.

In my village, the majority of plastic is either burned or thrown into the river. Burning plastic is highly toxic and can cause cancer. Unfortunately, most Balinese are not aware of this, so we need to provide information about this to create awareness.

Every day I watch the young children of Bali buy one small item, receive a plastic bag and throw the bag onto the street, eventually into the gutter, the river and finally the sea. Every time I purchase one item, the warung automatically puts it into a bag before first considering whether this is really necessary. The problem of excess use of plastic is not going away, it’s getting worse and unless we act now, it’s going to get out of control.

What makes this campaign any different to other re-useable shopping bags that have come before? All campaigns for the environment are great and for a good cause, however people in my village were not getting informed about the problems associated with plastic. Our poster is not flowery, it’s a strong almost gloomy image that catches the eye. Our Campaign is aimed at the ground


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level warungs and markets. The average Balinese family consumes 5-10 (kresek) plastic bags per day, approximately 3,500 bags per year. By simply putting 10 reusable bags under your bike seat, you can effectively kill 3500 plastic bags. I noticed the facebook campaign you’ve been promoting recently is written in Indonesian and English. Who’s your target audience here? Our target audience is everyone in Bali, but in particular the traditional Balinese families. Nowadays, even offerings are sold in plastic bags. Why don’t we bring our own re-usable bag to put the offerings in? As I mentioned, anything that is practiced again and again will eventually become habit... we just need to display a little self discipline. We are promoting the campaign in the small family run warungs. Typically, even the smallest warung will give out a hundred plus plastic bags per day. This costs the warung owner Rp 300,000 per month. We will distribute posters to the warungs with information about the environmental and health problems associated with the use of plastic bags. Most village warungs personally know their customers, so it’s not difficult to give a friendly reminder to bring a re-usable bag. And saving Rp 300,000 per month is also great for the warung owners.

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How do people get their hands on one of your shopping bags? A need to dip into limited personal finances is usually the reason why people are hesitant to react to this type of thing. We are making nonwoven bags and distributing them at factory prices. The bags are affordable but not cheap enough to end up in the river. Our campaign is not about selling bags but educating people to bring a re-usable bag. We have printed TAS PASAR on our bags to encourage and remind the local community to bring their bag to the market. We will be meeting with local market owners to introduce the TAS PASAR idea. Our plan is to provide them and individual warung owners with TAS PASAR bags directly from the factory. The cost price will be printed clearly on each bag in order to encourage an equal selling price and

maximize a willingness of community members to integrate this new habit into their lifestyle. We estimate that each re-usable bag will cost no more than Rp 3000 to the buyer. Why exactly are you doing this? It’s very easy to sit back and say that the government should be responsible for this and expect them to do something. By initiating the TAS PASAR program perhaps we, as a community, can make the job a lot easier for the government to manage. I highly recommend everyone to watch this u-tube video about plastic trash. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td8RkPDOPuc I guarantee it will encourage you to reach for a re-usable TAS PASAR and use it diligently. If you wish to help spread the word, would like some TAS PASAR posters, or can help to really make a positive impact by sponsoring the cost of TAS PASAR bags for a warung, business or family, please contact me at: taspasar@komangarnawa.com Together as an international community, with a little self-discipline, we can make a big difference to the future of Bali.


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Breakfast in Kuta

Now there’s a really good reason to start an exciting day in Kuta early with the new Special Breakfast on Rooftop menu at the 101 Legian’s Rooftop Dine & Music Lounge. For 60k nett guest can indulge in a sumptuous breakfast that features a wide selection of appetizers, main courses and desserts. Everything that anyone would ever need to have a great breakfast, from French toast to homemade juice, will be available at the trendy rooftop dining lounge from 7am to 10am every day.

Hard Rock Cafe New Menu Bali is proud to Items at announce the HRC expansion of its world-famous menu with the introduction of new items complementing its authentic made-from-scratch cuisine that fans have grown to love. The new selection includes the fresh Smokehouse Chop Salad and Balsamic Tomato Bruschetta, the all-new Legendary Chicken Burgers, and a wide selection of Smokehouse Sandwiches.

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Johnny Rockets opens in Bali

A fixture in a lot of American malls, Johny Rockets is here in Bali at the Kuta Beachwalk mall. Now you can enjoy that classic 50s American restaurant vibe right here in Bali with staff that looked like they just jumped out of a Happy Days episode. The restaurant serves American classics like burgers and hot dogs, but these aren’t your usual fast food bites, these burgers are crafted like something teleported from the states. So break out the leather jacket, grease your hair, and run along over to the Beachwalk.


D e s s e r t enthusiasts in Bali are in for a special treat with the introduction of the Red Velvet and Rainbow Cake at Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence. The delicious pastries have created quite a buzz in Jakarta with their soft texture that leaves everyone craving for more. Discover the experience for yourself at the Sugar & Spice restaurant in Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence and get 5k discount everyday for purchase after 5pm.

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Chef Will Meyrick has unveiled some Sarong’s scrumptious Sri Lankan additions to new Sri the Sarong menu. The new dishes were inspired by Meyrick’s recent trip to the Lankan menu island nation and although it draws some heavy influences from Indian cuisine, it has some surprisingly Sumatran pedigree. Meyrick reckons that spice routes are responsible for the similarities and because of Sri Lanka’s location between the subcontinent and the archipelago, its dishes evolved to reflect those culinary forces. Expect the customary Sarong twist to each new dish and prepare yourself for something special.

Alchemy Bali raw food center and restaurant is celebrating its first year in bringing healthy life style to the masses through raw food on September 24 at its headquarters in Penestanan, Ubud. The celebration is a token of appreciation from Alchemy for the support it received from the community. For that reason the first anniversary party is free and open for everyone to come, share and enjoy eclectic programs of speakers and live entertainment from 6.30pm to 11pm.

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It’s hard to believe that you can eat your fill for just Rp 50k, but the new BBQ offer at Sky Garden’s new Rooftop bar is nothing less than that, incredible...

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skewer at are all present and correct, and that’s before you even consider the daily rotating dessert specials that include local favourites and western sweet treats like pancakes and a massive fruit platter.

What makes all this an even sweeter deal is that you can go nuts at the buffet from 6pm – 10pm, meaning that everything is constantly replenished and there is more than enough to go round to keep everyone happy. The cherry on the cake is that right about the time you I’d heard the rumours and seen a few ads but finish up your last burger, the free flow session it sounded waaay too good to be true. Fifty next door kicks off. Win. thousand for all you can eat? No way, impossible in this day and age of swanky restaurants and With a plate stacked so high it almost upmarket warungs around town. “Must be a necessitated the use of a forklift truck to hoax” I thought moving my way through the now transport it over to the table, I smugly set about quite uncongested Legian traffic, but upon my demolishing the barbeque fare – all expertly arrival I was amazed to see that yes, the prophesy cooked and fresh as can be, washed down with was correct – peel off just one single blue note a frosty Bintang (what else). The atmospheric and unlimited barbeque Elysium for four solid, setting is fantastic too - high above the Jl. Legian hubbub the al fresco lounge space resembles gluttonous hours is yours for the taking. some kind of tropical beach club, complete with Bear in mind, the objective is eat ‘all you want’ straw-roofed bar area and plenty of greenery not ‘all you can’ – pretty sure there’s no element between the tables. of challenge implied (probably). However, undeterred I approached the buffet counter So let’s just sum up the important points here much like a lion hungrily eyeing up a particularly for those who just want the bottom line; plump wildebeast. Chicken wings, salads and barbeque, unlimited, 50k, 6-10pm, job done. Get dressings, pasta carbonara, baked taters, corn stuck in at Sky. on the cob, hotdogs, burgers, sausage and more beef and chicken kebabs than you can shake a [Dan Ashcroft]

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hile your first thoughts may be that a Rp 50k BBQ is going to be a little dodgy, you can rest assured that this BBQ has it all. Luckily for us the team down at Sky Garden have decided to do it to the best of their capabilities and lay on a barbeque feast so immense that you may end up ditching your old charcoal burner, and in future just saunter on up to their new rooftop garden every time you feel the need to flash up the barbie at home.


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or 15 years Café Moka Seminyak has been the hub where residents and tourists alike convene or just lounge around over a cup of coffee or two, and an array of delicious fresh baked goods. Today everyone stays longer in Café Moka Seminyak for its mouthwatering main course dishes, like Filet De Boeuf (79k++), a 200 gram tenderloin with choice of mustard, butter, mushroom or pepper sauces, served with the daily potato or French fries and vegetables.

Café Moka Seminyak Jalan Raya Basangkasa, Seminyak T. 731424, 7461626 E. balicafemoka@gmail.com

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Strawberry & Pepper Martini Pavilion has some very sexy cocktails on offer and one of their stand outs is the very alluring Strawberry Pepper Martini.The refreshingly simple cocktail contains strawberries, lime, sweetener, and vodka topped with a tiny dash of black pepper. The very tangy taste of the strawberry accompanied by an oh so slight sweetness is the first thing you’ll notice when sipping this martini. It’s a light refreshment which is drier than most typical fruit martinis. Enjoy it for 70k.


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In Search of a Babe Do you aspire to work your way to a Miss Universe pageant? Why don’t you start with the next best thing by answering the call for Bamboo Blonde babe. All you need to do is send your pictures — or your friend’s — to the nice people at Bamboo Blonde at competitions@bambooblonde.com between September 1 and 30. All entries will be posted in their Facebook page and the most liked pic wins. You could be in for a hot number from their new collection.

Cutting Edge Vintage Since its introduction decades ago Oakley has been synonymous with the idea of improved performance. It comes as no surprise that the brand relies on the latest technology to produced results craved by its loyal customer and casual buyer alike. Today Oakley has come full circle with a return to vintage look enhanced with the latest technology in the Acid Tortoise Frogskins™ Collection. The Frogskins come in five choices and collectionspecific Microclear bags.

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Jazzed Tees Today it’s not enough to worship the music of your jazz idols. You can also wear their likeness as a token of ultimate appreciation to their genius. This is made possible by Jazz Café Ubud with the issuance of a line of shirts depicting celebrated figures in jazz and the titles of their most notable works. Choices range from Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” in terracotta to Charlie Parker’s “How High The Moon” in dark blue. Visit Jazz Café Ubud merchandise store to see the complete collection.


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Cat Power Sun

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think I might actually be in love with Chan Marshall. She followed me back on Twitter the other day and my head almost exploded. But I digress, more importantly Miss Marshall, AKA Cat Power has a new album out and it’s really rather splendid.

Musically, Sun sounds so much more accomplished and complete than previous works, with a wealth of different instruments thrown into the mix instead of the usual sparse guitar and voice combo or covers record. Rich synths and booming drums propel the songs forward, adding extra layers of intrigue and consistency that beautifully compliment Marshall’s husky voice that could probably sing the phone book and make it sound enthralling. Take “Manhattan” for instance. It sounds like Marshall has simply hit the demo mode button on her Casio at first, but with a few subtle touches and her soulful, smoky vocals it becomes so much more. “Cherokee” is a great opener that sucks the listener straight in, before the title track kicks off with a groovy bass line that is sure to get heads a-nodding. Fellow oddball Iggy Pop backs her up with his best Johnny Cash impression on “Nothin But Time” (which admittedly goes on for far too long), and the singalong “3, 6, 9” highlights the perils of guzzling another bottle of wine to make last night’s hangover go away. The best thing about the Atlanta, Georgia native and erstwhile face of Chanel is the way she refuses to tread the easy path. She could so comfortably have been sucked in and absorbed by the commercial radio-friendly pop brigade, but instead she displays an endearing modesty manifested in apparently crippling stage fright, dabbles with alcoholism and just generally doing weird stuff like locking herself in an abandoned cabin in the woods to write the spooky Moon Pix back in ’98 and drawing up a contract with her record company on a Post It note. An adventurous and brave effort, Sun heralds a rebirth of confidence for Cat Power and a welcome return to her accomplished best. Dan Ashcroft

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Low-key triumph from London electro trio.

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rajagan-East Java: At the 2nd annual Put Up or Shut Up/Source to the Sea One-Day Surf Tournament presented by Coca-Cola Indonesian Surfing Championships and SurfTime magazine last week, in massive 8-12 foot waves, Australia’s Tai Graham put on a committed and exemplary performance to receive the honor of being declared the best surfer of the day. In a unique four-hour free surfing tournament, the only one of its kind in the world, Graham was truly the personification of a great free surfer, embracing the tournaments format of showing utter commitment to finding the best waves, riding each wave with utter commitment until the very end, and always taking his turn in the lineup. He was also the very last surfer to exit the water, leading to the end of the tournament. Graham hails from the Gold Coast of Australia but resides in Bali, and is well known in the surfing world for his stylish and solid surfing ability in both large and small waves.

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At the awards ceremony in Bobby’s Surf Camp that evening, Graham was both surprised and elated at being named the best surfer of the day. In addition to the receiving the honor of being named the best surfer of the day, Graham was presented with an authentic Balinese wayang puppet trophy, 10 million Rupiah, and a commemorative surfboard from Bobby’s Surf Camp. Narrowly edged out was Chris Ward from America, who recently won the Rip Curl Cup at PadangPadang in Bali, and is known as one of the best backside barrel riders in the world. Ward was fresh

off a multi-island surfing marathon, where lack of sleep and an infected tooth might have slowed him down a fraction, but regardless he was the second to the last surfer to exit the water today behind Graham. He was given the Iron Man Award for his dedication and commitment to both his craft and to this tournament. Also receiving awards were Dave Thomas from Hawaii for the best barrel ride, which is considered the ultimate prize in surfing, and Mustofa Jeksen for having the best wipeout, the result of his constant compulsion to take off on the biggest waves and pull into the biggest and deepest barrels regardless of the consequence. The 2nd annual Put Up or Shut Up/Source to the Sea One-Day Surf Tournament presented by CocaCola Indonesian Surfing Championship and SurfTime magazine took place in East Java at Grajagan Bay at a surf break known as G-Land, miles away from any form of civilization, which has a coral reef headland that gives birth to one of the very best and most consistent left hand waves in the world. It is a two plus hour boat ride from Bali or an 8-hour drive that includes a ferry crossing over the Java Strait to the island of Java. In this unique surfing tournament there was only one rule: Surfers must perform at their absolute. It is a winner-take-all event tournament format where the surfers put their own money up and bet on themselves to be the best surfer on the day…that’s it…no points, no wave limits, no time limits and no structure. They just go out and surf to see how well they can perform in the conditions at hand…and the conditions today were in a word, epic!


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The Scalp Stimulating Hair Rejuvenator This is the scalp cleaner that p r o m o t e s healthy hair through deeppore cleansing in the shower or at the bathroom mirror. The pulsating brushes of this waterproof handheld device purges the scalp of oils and impurities while simultaneously stimulating circulation to deliver healing nutrients to hair. The American Academy of Dermatology found that effective cleaning of the scalp removes oily buildup, which is a key factor for healthier, better-looking hair. When used with the included massaging brush, the device relieves tension around the scalp, reducing stress and mitigating the effects of headaches. A two-hour charge on the included AC recharging base provides four five-minute treatments. www.hammacher.com $219.95

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Mini Microscope For iPhone

The Mini Microscope for iPhone transforms your smartphone into a mini microscope capable of 60x magnification. Attach the microscope to the camera lens of your iPhone 4 or 4S and you can zoom in on just about anything. Three built-in bright white LEDs will shed light on your subject and even allow you to reliably verify watermarks. Since it is attached to your camera, you can take photos of everything you’re examining and share them with the world. www.thinkgeek.com $29.99

iDevices iGrill Grilling /Cooking BBQ Thermometer

With its unique design, 200-foot Bluetooth connection and free accompanying app, iGrill is revolutionizing the way we cook and grill today. This sizzling, one-of-a-kind grilling and cooking thermometer enables its users to multitask between grill and guests with the peace of mind that their food is perfectly cooked at target temperature and safe for consumption. www.amazon.com $71.00

The Cassette To iPod Converter

This is the device that converts audio tape cassettes into MP3 files and stores them directly onto an iPhone or iPod touch. It accepts most iPhones and iPod touches, and normal or chrome cassette tapes. With its free app, conversion to MP3 is as simple as inserting a cassette, docking an iPhone or iPod touch, and pressing play. Tapes can be listened to using the headphone jack (headphones required) or by connecting its audio output to a stereo system for scanning forward or reverse to select tracks for conversion. Cassettes can also be converted to a PC running Windows 7, XP, or Vista or a Mac using the included software. Its small footprint allows easy portability for conversion anywhere at anytime. www.hammacher.com $79.95


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LOGITECH UE SMART RADIO

Logitech UE Smart Radio combines the simplicity of radio with the power of the internet. Turn it on, connect to your Wi-Fi network, and instantly access thousands of free internet radio stations from around the world, online services like Pandora and Spotify, even the music stored on your computer. The rechargeable battery provides up to six hours (varies with use, settings and environmental conditions) of playback and lets you take the music around your home, so you can enjoy an uninterrupted flow of music from the bedroom to the backyard and anywhere around the house where you have a Wi-Fi signal. ue.logitech.com $ 179.99

Teeth Whitener

Scan and transfer directly to ipad without the need of a PC or laptop. This device connects to ipad via a 30-pin connector dock and has a secure ipad cradle which holds the ipad in place while scanning. Scan any photo or document up to size a4 (8.3 x 11.7) It comes with a free scanning app available via itunes so you can archive all old photos to ipad; email pics or post online faster than ever before. www.firebox.com ÂŁ149.99

This device whitens teeth faster and provides longer-lasting results than any other athome treatment. Invented by a dentist, the included mouthpiece emits LED light and heat directly to teeth coated with the included hydrogen peroxide gel, whitening teeth by five shades in as little as five days. This enclosed treatment system prevents whitening oxygen from escaping the teeth, ensuring maximum exposure and resulting in teeth that remain white for up to 30 days. Unlike lesser methods, the gel is free of alcohol and carbamide peroxide, eliminating the discomfort for those with sensitive teeth and allowing use on crowns, caps, and veneers. Requires four daily 8-minute treatments for three to 10 days. Includes 10 gel packs that enable 40 applications. www.hammacher.com $274.95

The Ego WiFi HD Action Camera will basically capture all of your action and adventure in 1080p high definition, and if you happen to own a smartphone or compatible tablet, live video footage can also be streamed onto your screen thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi chip on the Ego WiFi HD Action Camera. There is a built-in microphone that will perform all the recording of the slew of high pitch squeals and applause amidst the audience who are watching your every daredevil move that drips with adrenaline and courage. Not only that, the Ego WiFi HD Action Camera is also capable of shooting still images thanks to its 12-megapixel camera. A USB connection will allow you to transfer the slew of recorded images and video to a computer at the end of the day. www.firebox.com ÂŁ159.99

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Now – January 2 Adi’s Gallery

Now – September 30 Taksu Bali

Adi’s Gallery is organizing its latest contemporary painting exhibition. This time, the great selection of contemporary art is displayed in the gallery. Tackling the theme “Painted in Indonesia, Exhibited in Ubud”, the exhibition shows a balanced mix of more than sixty paintings from thirtyseven well-known and wellestablished artists coming from several Indonesian islands and from abroad. Come and admire the exhibition. Adi’s Gallery, Jl. Bisma 102, Ubud. T: 977 104

Now – October 1 Bridges Bali Christiaan Lupgens, a water colorist and a skilled oil painter was born in Rotterdam 1933. He has lived in Bali for 15 years which has led him to believe the island is the last paradise. And this time, his latest exhibition called “Glimpses from the Last Paradise” will see a percentage being donated to Bali Kids foundation which helps sick and orphaned children. Bridges Bali, Jl. Campuhan (near Museum Antonio Blanco), Ubud. T: 970 095 www.bridgesbali.com

Now – September 30 Warung Batavia Elly Alimah Rochati AKA Eyang Putri is a strong grandma. Even at the mature age of 80, she still creates her paintings creatively which reflects the certain vibrance in her life. She said that there was something, deep in her soul that encouraged her to draw anything on paper and color it, and after that she felt free and satisfied. Her solo exhibition titled “80 Tahun Warna Hati Eyang Putri Elly A.R.” will showcase hundreds of her inspirational and colorful works. Warung Batavia, Jl. Yudistira (Kunti II), Seminyak. T: 855 1501

Now – October 28 Museum Nyoman Gunarsa

Now – October 1 Ganesha Gallery

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Taksu Bali is holding its latest exhibition titled “Locals Only!” that brings together paintings and installations by three brilliant local artists: Agus Sumiantara, Dodit Artawan, and Moniarta. It also lays out the essence of the Balinese culture and society. Get down to Taksu Bali to view this new exhibition,located at Taksu @ W Retreat & Spa Bali, Jalan Petitenget Seminyak. T: 4738 106

A Sumatran artist, Erizal AS juxtaposes the sense of sight and sound in his paintings. He has chosen not to explore the differences between these two senses. His latest exhibition titled “Visual Symphonies” showcases his latest series of flowery creations. Ganesha Gallery, Four Season Jimbaran. T: 70-1010

Nyoman Gunarsa is one of the well-known painters in Bali who explores his works based on the Balinese arts, such as traditional dance and music, religious ceremonies, and Balinese environmental diversities. He is holding The First International Festival of Classical Balinese Painting at his own museum that showcases selected collections of Classical Balinese paintings from Kamasan, Klungkung. Museum Nyoman Gunarsa, Jl. Raya Banda 1, Klungkung. T: (0366) 222 55


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Mysterioso Clayton Barr, the genius man behind the smiley face, is launching his first art exhibition at Deus gallery. Taking a combination of comfortable pop and surreal styles, the collections will feature some pop-artworks and characters that illustrate what a lifetime of daydreaming comfortably in Bali looks like. Titled “Mysterioso”, the exhibition will show his slightly dark and contemplative side depicting surreal observation of life when you pause and ‘see’ life. For anyone who’s keen to be intrigued by disturbingly attractive art, head down to Deus Gallery on September 21 at 6pm.

September 21 – Mid October Deus Gallery Jl. Batu Mejan No.8, Canggu, Bali. T: 217 10 76

August 25 – September 30

August Collective Show Gaya Art Space is holding the new exhibition titled “August Collective Show” which features a collective show of a group of artists; they are Roberto Coda Zabetta, AA. Gede Darmayuda, I Wayan “Donal” Januariawan, I Wayan Sujana “Suklu”, Peter Dittmar, I Wayan Karja, Wayan Kun Adnyana, and Nyoman Suarnata. The exhibition runs through to September 30.

Gaya Art Space Jl. Raya Sayan Ubud, Bali. T: 979 252, 979 253

The world of photography can attract everyone who sees it and especially if the photographs tell a story. That is done by a brilliant Russian photographer, Kirill Utevsky who is able to create conceptual photographs through his lens. This time, his latest exhibition called “Escape from a City” features footnotes on his life when he felt tired of the metropolitan life and decided to move to Bali, where he recovered his passion in capturing shots and working with his camera. The exhibition is on at Pavilion Grill Bar, where the combination of eating fine delicacies while admiring magnificent photographs is hard to beat. Pavilion Grill Bar Jl. Batu Belig 106, Kerobokan, Bali. T: 4737 634 www.kirillutevsky.com

September 12 – October 28

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One of the most distinguished galleries in Bali, where you can see works by some of Bali’s celebrated names like Spies, Bonnet, Hofker and Affandi. They also hold high profile events such as national art competitions and rotating exhibitions. Jl. Bima Pangosekan Ubud (62) 0361 974 228 F: (62) 0361 974 229 www.nusantara.com/arma

ALILA UBUD GALLERY

Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan (62) 0361 975 963 F : (620 0361 975 968 www.alilahotels.com Exhibitions on monthly rotation.

ANTONIO BLANCO RENAISSANCE MUSEUM

Dedicated to the life and work of famed Philippino artist Antonio Blanco, the space includes his original studio, gardens and family temple. Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud (62) 0361 975 502 www.blancobali.com

ART CORNER C-5

A new and original art exhibition concept, presenting one unique piece of art at a time, in a jewelry box like display. Specialised in Tree Trunk sculptures, by Balinese Master Artists. Open 7 days a week from 9am to 10:30pm at WARISAN Gallery Jl. Raya Kerobokan 38, Kuta Seminyak email: artcornerbali@yahoo.com

BALE SENI @ KAMANDALU RESORT & SPA

Jl. Tegallalang, Br. Nagi Ubud, Bali (62)361 975825 F : (62) 361 975851, www.kamandaluresort.com Email : sales@kamandaluresort.com

BALI NUSA DUA THEATRE Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Komplek BTDC

BIASA ART SPACE

Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 34 Kuta (62)361 7442902, 8475766 F : (62) 361 730766, www.biasaart.com Email : info@biasaart.com

High concept space featuring major exhibitions by both international and local artists featuring contemporary art, paintings, performance, installations and sculptures. A real centre for the arts. Jl Raya Sayan Ubud (62) 0361 979 252/253 F : (62) 0361 975 895 www.gayafusion.com

GANESHA GALLERY N - 2

Features local and international artists based in Indonesia, often very high profile. Frequent openings. Open from 10-6pm. Four Seasons Hotel Jimbaran (62) 0361 701 010 code# A40

HEART SPACE & MANAGEMENT Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera 100, Jimbaran Bali, IndonesiaPhone : +62 361 708897Website : www. heartspacebali.com (under construction)

Jenggala Gallery N- 5 A cozy

place to enjoy arts by selected local and international artists.Jl. Uluwatu II – Jimbaran, Bali 62 (361) 703311 F: 62-361-703312 www.jenggala.com

KENDRA GALLERY OF CONTEMPORY ART

Jl. Drupadi No. 88 B Basangkasa Seminyak-Bali 0361 736628

KLINIK SENI TAXU GALLERY

Jl. Gunung Rinjani IX A no 8 Denpasar +361 482 593 Email: taxu_klinikart@telkom.net taxu_klinikart@yahoo.com This new gallery, run by a young team of art enthusiasts, has regular monthly shows in a great space and supports upcoming Indonesian artists.

KOMANEKA GALLERY G - 10

Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud (62) 0361 976 090 F : (62) 0361 977 140 www.komaneka.com A fine art gallery that focuses on young, mainly local artists with higher education in the arts, who may have studies abroad. gallery@komaneka.com

KRANE GALLERY

Jl. Laksmana 22A, Seminyak. (62) 0361 7856418 Open Tuesday to Sunday from 1pm10pm

Main Road Lungsiakan, North Ubud. (62) 0361 975440. Krane Gallery is open 7 days a week from 8am to 10pm and is located next to Fly Café on the main road in Lungsiakan Ubud.

DANES ART VERANDA

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CASA ISEABO

Jl. Hayam Wuruk 159, Denpasar 80235 (62) 0361 250037, F :(62) 0361 242588 / (62) 0361 242 659 E: thegallery@popodanes.com Local and regional artists, rotating exhibitions

DARGA

Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Kompleks Sanur Raya 20-21 (62) 0361 285249 F : (62) 0361 285249 Display on personal Darga’s Collection

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GAYA FUSION OF SENSES

Jl. Laksmana, No. 34a Kuta. BaliFranklinLee@siliconjungle.net

GAJAH MAS GALLERY J - 10

Gajah Mas Gallery has a quality selection of traditional n modern Balinese paintings. Jl. Hanoman at Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud (62) 0361 976 283

#8 Jalan Raya, Ubud 081338565962 Presently Showing... American Graffiti...from the AWR krew L.A. and Insight and Scam out of Toronto Canada... Pop Canvases, Gambling Boards from Bali and original handpainted Indonesian Movie Posters from Jakarta. Last but not least... the Low Art movie Theater... Any Movie Any Time... viewers choice...now watch some movies!

MAHAART GALLERY

Club House Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hang Tuah 58 Sanur, Bali 80032 +62 361 289566 F : +62 361 285488 Email : mahaartgallery@yahoo.com

MATA GALLERY

Jl. Basang Kasa No.215, Legian (62) 0361 737 243 Contemporary locally based artists, with new exhibitions every one or two months.

MUSEUM PASIFIKA

BTDC AREA, Block P, Nusa Dua (62) 0361 774 935 Open daily 10am-6pm

ORACLE GALLERY

Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud Opposite Uma Hotel

PAROS GALLERY

Jalan Pantai Purnama,Banjar Pala, Sukawati (62) 0361 298 120 F : (62) 0361 298120 8am – 8pm. rotating exhibitions featuring both local and international artist and a range of media. parosarthouse@yahoo.com

SIKA CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY

Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud (62) 0361 975 727/084 www.sikagallery.com

RANDELLI GALLERY

Jl. Raya Seminyak Contemporary mix of pop, figurative and abstract art by young established artists both international and local. Just drop in, you’ll be impressed.

RUDANA MUSEUM L - 13

Peliatan, Te 1 975 091 www.rudana.com Boasts an excellent collection of Balinese and other Indonesian fine arts by the likes of I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Affandi, Supono and Antonio Blanco.

RICHARD MEYER CULTURE B - 12

Jl. Petitenget 200XX Kerobokan - Bali (62) 0361 7445179 www.richardmeyerculture.com gallery@richardmeyerculture.com Gallery featuring vernacular, vintage and international fine art photography. Open by appointment only Happening : Vintage, Vernacular and Fine Art Photographs of Indonesia n Thailand mostly early 20th century through 1970 taken by both professional and amateur photographers, some collections of Fine Art Photographs by Rama Surya are shown as well.

Salim Gallery

Jl. Laksmana/Oberoi # 29 Seminyak – Bali

SENIWATI GALLERY

Jl. Sriwidari 2B Ubud, Indonesia (62) 0361 975 485 www.seniwatigallery.com Seniwati supports and showcases women artists and also houses a shop where crafts can be bought, some of them by artists who exhibit in the gallery.

TONY RAKA GALLERY

JL. Raya Mas Ubud No. 86 Bali 62-361/ 974-538) info@tonyartgallery.com

THE FRENCH INSTITUTE | ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE – DENPASAR

Alliance Française Denpasar is a cultural centre, language school and media-library, part of an international network and working with the French Cultural Network and Embassy in Indonesia. Promoting French and local arts and artists (contemporary art, exhibitions, performances, film screenings, literature, etc.) and specialist in French and Indonesian teaching. Free events and hot spot. Open mon-fri 10-7pm. Jl. Raya Puputan I, n° 13A Renon - Denpasar (62) 0361 234 143 www.afdenpasar.org / info@afdenpasar.org


W H O S E C AN V A S

Born in Bandjar Dlodtangkluk, Sukawati, Gianyar in 1958, Nyoman Erawan was absorbed into art since he was young lad and made it part of his daily life. After finishing his education at the School of Fine Arts in Denpasar, he then decided to continue his art studies at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy in Yogyakarta, where he was also active in performing theatre and joined with Sanggar Dewata Indonesia artists group. Since 2009 and up until now, Nyoman Erawan made a surprising decision by featuring facial and body images of his own in abstract works. Probably this is his way of exploring his artistic

a r t development and to express the attitudes, judgments, and his personal muses on many events occurring in his world. He also represents the meaning of the human body in unusual behavior to the great universe. All those perspectives are embodied in his latest exhibition called “Salvation of the Soul� where he also launches a book of the same title.

Tonyraka Art Gallery Jl. Raya Mas No. 86, Ubud. T: 781 6785. www.tonyrakaartgallery.com

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Located on Sunset Road, Reborn seems a little off the beaten track, however the experience on offer here is quite unique. Very reasonably priced, Reborn is quintessentially Asian and offers a range of therapies that focus on health and wellbeing. A large low-lit room with deep recliners is the reflexology room, a treatment which focuses on healing techniques.

An Asian Destination

A range of treatments is on offer at Reborn and reflexology is a popular choice. Choose from an hour to two hours, the reflexology treatments are often combined with a soothing neck and shoulder massage. The therapists here have a good understanding of anatomy and healing and the signature massage is called Tui Na, a massage that combines Balinese massage techniques with acupressure and the traditions of Chinese massage. Scraping, cupping, ear candling and other traditional Asian treatments are on the menu, all at great prices.

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Allergy-free, natural and organic, the ingredients employed in these health treatments are steeped in tradition. As part of a network of over 20 centres throughout Malaysia, Reborn is a franchise that offers something truly Asian and quite unique. Combining a Balinese sense with traditional healing techniques.

This is a spa that really reflects the Asian touch. Reborn is busy, professionally run. The treatments, the techniques, the ingredients and the therapists all reflect an Asian approach to ancient techniques that have been reborn in the modern spa industry. REBORN Healthcare Jl. Sunset Simpang Siur A.1, Kuta - Bali Ph. 0361-76 71 71 / 766 744 e: rebornkutabali@yahoo.com


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Nirwana Bali Resort There are beautiful luxurious 5-star leisure escapes on every corner of Bali, yet none brings the concept of heaven on earth to life like this gem of a resort. Location

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort sits atop a luscious green slope overlooking Beraban beach in Tanah Lot, Tabanan regency. It’s higher up to the north of the increasingly dense South Bali region and takes about an hour to reach the premises from the airport, but the trip is worth every minute of it. Being in such remote area the resort may be short on worldly entertainment but it more than makes it up with stunning natural beauty, peaceful surroundings, and the rich cultural heritage of the local community.

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The high end resort combines the best of modern comforts and exotic cultural idioms in its design. But the charming structures aren’t the most important feature as the buildings occupy a mere 20% of the 103-hectare plot of land. The rest of it is a wide-open breathtaking landscape that houses an 18-hole golf course, acres of rice fields, well-manicured gardens and nine fully functioning community temples on one side, and a long stretch of Beraban Tanah Lot beach on the other.

Atmosphere

Time turns at a much slower pace in the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort. With one of the three most sacred temples in Bali, the Tanah Lot temple stands next door. Even guests who come for a peaceful retreat in paradise will find Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali exceeds their expectation.

Features

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort offers 278 guest rooms and villas, the ocean-view TLC bar, Merica restaurant, and The Nirwana Spa. The resort’s award-winning golf course, the best in Indonesia, has been the main draw for years since its opening. However, there are scores of other attractions for Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort guests like the eco-tourism programs where participants can experience hands-on agricultural cultivation activities at the resort’s own rice fields. Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is also popular for its MICE facilities that boast a 240 banquet-style seat Grand Ballroom and 4 smaller meeting rooms with high tech AV and IT system. Families with young children can take advantage of the Kokokan Kids Club that provides outdoor playground and a children’s pool among others.

Prices

The price ranges from US$ 240++ for Golf View Room to US$ 800++ for Presidential Suite.

Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort Jalan Raya Tanah Lot Tabanan 82171, Bali T. 815900 E. enquiry.ppdps@panpacific.com www.panpacific.com


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RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.com)

ABIANS TRADITIONAL INDONESIAN CUISINE @ THE BANJAR

Jl. Raya Kuta No. 46A Br. Abian Base, Kuta, Bali 80361 : 0361-757725 W : www.thebanjarbali.com Kuta Map B - 8

ART CAFE

Casual and relaxed dining Jl. Saridewi No. 17 Seminyak : 0361-736751 Seminyak Map G - 3

ARY’S WARUNG

Very stylish dining in Ubud’s center. International fine dining. Jl. Raya Ubud : 0361-975053 Ubud Map E - 10

AVIARY RESTAURANT

Seminyak Square Unit C1 - C2 Jl. Kayu Aya Seminyak 80361 Phone : 0361-732512 W : www.aviarybali.com Seminyak Map F - 2

BAKER’S CORNER

Cafe & Bakery Jl. Teuku Umar 173 Denpasar : 0361-243861 Jl. Kediri 36 A Tuban : 0361-759112 Kuta Map L-4 Perumahan Taman Griya Nusa Dua : 0361-772455

BALE BALI

Chinese Indonesian cuisine in traditional setting. Jl. Kunti No. 4 BB Seminyak, Kuta - Bali : 0361 - 732731 Seminyak Map G - 7

Bali Bakery

Seminyak Square Jl. Laksamana Oberoi 80361 Seminyak Square - Bali : 0361 - 738033 E : info@balibakery .com W : www.balibakery.com Seminyak Map F - 2

Balique Restaurant

Jalan Uluwatu 39, Jimbaran, Bali In front of the Intercontinental Hotel : 0361 - 705 945 F : 0361 - 701 695 www.balique-restaurant.com

BATAN WARU

Traditional, stylish eatery famous for its International / Indonesian cuisine. The new look and bigger sized now available. Jl. Dewi Sita Ubud : 0361-977528 Ubud Map E - 11 After the success of Ubud they have opened in Kuta. Indonesian, International Jl. Kartika Plaza : 0361-766303 Kuta Map I - 3

BIANCO

Italian & Indonesian Restaurant with Colonial Style Jl. Padma Legian, Kuta : 0361-760070 Kuta Map A - 2

BISTRO BATU KALI

Eats Street dining Jl. Laksmana Oberoi 55 Seminyak, : 0361-8060729 Seminyak Map F-4

Black Canyon

Seminyak Square Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak - Bali : 0361-738 029 Seminyak Map F - 2

bossa nova

Jl Taman Wisata Tibubeneng, Kuta Utara Badung : 0361 8644700 www.bossanovaasia.com Canggu Map Q - 10

Braga cafe

Jl Laksamana Oberoi Unit D7 - Seminyak Square : 0361 2167833

BUNUTE RESTAURANT

Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud-Bali : 0361-972 177 Ubud Map F - 11

CHEZ GADO GADO

CINTA GRILL & INN

International flavours from Panino to North Indian Curry in a serene wantilan/courtyard environment. Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud. : 0361-975395 Ubud Map G - 10

COCOON

Blackpepper Cafe & Food Circus

Restaurant . Bar . Beach Club Jl. Double Six No.66 Seminyak : 0361-731266, 0361-731155 Seminyak Map K - 3

Seminyak BLUE FIN

Jl. Raya Petitenget no.12B, Seminyak : 0361- 211 6567 email : info@cubanabali.com www.cubanabali.com Seminyak Map D-3

Jl. Sunset Road 88X : 0361-847 5830 E : info@blackpepper.com W : www.blackpeppercom Seminyak Map H - 8

Ultra modern fusion cuisine combining the best Japan with innovative touches in sophisticated setting. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Complex Kuta Sidewalk, Kuta Phone: 0361-764100 Kuta Map I-4

BOSHE VVIP CLUB BALI BLACK CANYON COFFEE

Jl. Bypass NgurahRai no. 89x Tuban – Kuta – Bali : 0361 – 8235508 : 081933023111 Blackberry Pin : 261D5D35

BOSHE VVIP CLUB BALI BOSHE SNACK GALLEY

Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai no. 89x Tuban – Kuta – Bali Lounge & Resto : : 0361- 8235508 : 081933023111 Blackberry Pin : 261D5D35

CAFE BALI

Stylish colonial design with a tasty, eclectic menu. Jl.Laksmana Oberoi Seminyak : 0361-736 484 | 0361-780 1515 Seminyak Map F - 3

Cafe Moka

Jl. Raya Seminyak : 0361 731424 Seminyak Map F-6 Jl. Raya Anyar, Krobokan : 0361 8445933 Jl Raya Sanggingan, Ubud in Bintang Supermarket : 085339119222 Ubud Map E-11 Jl. Raya Unggasan, Uluwatu near Nirmala Minimarket : 0361 7805938 Jl. Bypass Sanur 200 meters south of Mac do crossroad, on the west side of the road : 0361 281573 Sanur Map D-3

Canggu club

Jl. Pantai berawa, banjar tegal gundul,canggu : 0361 – 844 6385 Canggu Map P - 11

CASA GOURMET

Seminyak Square Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak - Bali : 0361-738026 Seminyak Map F - 2

CHAT CAFE BALI

Cafe bistro lounge, and hot spot meeting point Jl.Kunti I No 18-Sunset road Seminyak-Kuta-Bali Email: balichatcafe@yahoo.co.id : 0361-732 303 | 0361-738 707 Seminyak Map G - 8

and watch the sun go down. After sunset, enjoy a relaxing dinner feasting on one of their great grill or pasta dishes or enjoy a stone oven cooked pizza. Jl. Wana Segara 33 Tuban, www.envy-bali.com : 0361 - 752 527 Kuta Map J - 3

Fine international dining right on Seminyak Beach. Jl. Gado Gado 99 : 0361- 736966 Seminyak Map I - 3

CUBANA BAR & GRILL

CUPUMANIK

Thai Restaurant • Kuta Sea side food center (Kuta Beach) : 0361-8751 667 Bali Rich Villa Seminyak : 0361-731 468 www.cupumanikthairestaurant.com Seminyak Map E - 6

CHANDU @ DELICIOUS ONION

Welcome you to Bali! Love, Peace and Happiness to All.Chicken rice & our other favourites. Jl. Drupadi (Corner of Dyanapura), : 081 377 89 4243 Seminyak Map H - 4

d’BASE RESTAURANT & FUN BAR

Front of The Breezes Bali Resort and Spa Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66, Seminyak 80361, Bali Indonesia : 0361-730573 F : 0361-730518 www.thebreezesbali.com Seminyak Map I - 4

Dava

at AYANA Resort and Spa Bali Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Bali, 80364, Indonesia : 0361-702222 F: 0361-702455 www.ayanaresort.com Jimbaran Map P - 1

Deja’vu Kitchen

Jalan Arjuna/ Blue Ocean Beach no. 7x Legian Kaja Kuta - Bali 80361 : 0361- 732777 F: 0361- 733 666 E: dejavu_beach@yahoo.com Seminyak Map K - 4

DEGAN CAFE

Jl. Petitenget No. 9, Kerobokan Seminyak : 0361-889 3271 Seminyak Map B - 4

DI MARE, KARMA KANDARA

Jl. Villa Kandara, Br Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan : 0361-8482222, F: 0361-8482244 www.karmakandara.com

EIKON

Restaurant - Bar - Lounge Jl. Legian No.178 Kuta Bali : 0361-750701 F : 0361-756412 Kuta Map E - 5

ENVY

Bali’s stunning sunsets and relaxing tunes will help you to kick back

EVO

Italian with an New York accent. Fun and vibrant atmosphere with reasonably priced modern cuisine. Open from 7am-11pm. Jl. Pura Telaga Waja.Petitenget seminyak. Bali 80361 Indonesia : 0361-730333 Seminyak Map E - 2

FIve Monkeys

Best Burger join in Bali Jl. Legian 350 Bali : +62361 764507 Kuta Map C-5

FLAPJAKS

House of Pancakes and Homemade Gelato Jl. Kartika Plaza, Complex Kuta Sidewalk, Kuta : 0361-765100 Kuta Map H-4 Jl. Cemara 27, Sanur : 0361-287882 Sanur Map L-4 Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta : 0361-765674 Kuta Map F-3 Mal Bali Galeria : 0361-764076 Kuta Map G-8 Jl. Petitenget 88x, Kerobokan : 0361-8476726 Seminyak Map C-3

FLYING FISH

Great seafood dining right next to the beach on Blue Ocean strip. Jl. Arjuna No. 88x Seminyak : 0361- 737400 F : 0361-737408 Seminyak Map K - 4

FIRE @ W

This inviting grill restaurant features fire cooked prime meats and sea-fresh seafood. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner every day. :0361- 738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

Gabah

Balinese and other Indonesian traditional foods Jl. Bakung Sari, Kuta : 0361-751864 Kuta Map H-4

Garpu

Wide ocean view and a private terrace, ambience outdoor verandah and lavish appointed dining room Jl. Raya Sengkidu, Karangasem : 0363- 49174

Golden Lotus Chinese

Bali’s best Chinese Restaurant. Opens Tuesday - Sunday for Lunch & Dinner. Dim Sum Sunday Lunch Buffet from 10am to 2.30pm On weekdays enjoy our extensive Dim Sum Lunch Menu with a selection of over 40 items Bali Dynasty Resort Jl. Kartika, Tuban, Bali : 0361-752403 Kuta Map J-2

Happy Falafel

Jl. Dyanapura, Seminyak - Kuta, Bali, Indonesia : 0361-738052 Seminyak Map I-5

HARD ROCK CAFE

International and American style food while rocking your socks off.


RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.Com) Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 0361-755661 Kuta Map G - 3

the restaurant at hu’u

Serving fine dining cuisine in elegant garden surroundings. Open for lunch and dinner. Jl. Oberoi Petitenget : 0361- 736443 Seminyak Map F - 3

IFIORI

Never Been In Italy? Dont Worry... CHEF LUIGI will take you there. Ifiori is the place for authenthic Italian Food. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta next to Waterbom : 0361- 750 175/750 158 Kuta Map J - 3

JEMME CAFE

International lunch & dinner with a quirky stylish decor. Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan : 0361-732392 Seminyak Map C - 3

JP’S WARUNG CLUB

This central Seminyak restaurant serves international food at very reasonable prices with nightly live music. Jl. Dhyana Pura 6 : 0361-731622 Seminyak Map H - 6

Jazz Café Ubud

The first live Jazz venue on the island with premier live music destinations. Great bands play Jazz, Blues, Latin, Funk, Soul and World Music from 7.30 to 11pm every night (except Mondays). Jl Sukma, Tebesaya, Ubud Facebook: Jazz Café Ubud Email:info@jazzcafebali.com : 62 361 976 594 /+62 812 383 3800 Free pick up service from hotels in the Ubud area.

Johnny Rockets Restaurant

The original hamburger restaurant Beach Walk Kuta, Jl. Pantai Kuta, Banjar Legian Kelod, Kuta 80361

Kafe Betawi

Jl.Kayu aya Laksamana Oberoi Unit C 03 - Seminyak Square : +62 361 736765 e.mail : kafebetawibali.com www.kafebetawi Seminyak Map F-2

KAIZAN

Japanese, Korean open for lunch and dinner Jl. Lesmana, Oberoi Seminyak Map F - 4

KARMA LOUNGE, KARMA JIMBARAN

Great steaks and other meats on offer in stylish surroundings Jl. Bukit Permai, Jimbaran Bay : 0361-708848, F: 708801 www.karmajimbaran.com

KHAIMA

Morrocan restaurant, Shisa Lounge & Bar, open for lunch & dinner, belly dancers every Friday & Saturday from 9pm. Jl. Laksmana : 0361-7423925 Seminyak Map F - 4

KLAPA

New Kuta Beach Blvd, Pecatu Indah resort Bali, Pecatu Bali 80364 : 0361-8484581 fax : 0361- 8484558 www.klapa-newkutabeach.com e: info@klapanewkutabeach.com

KOKOYA

Sushi Restaurant Jl. Kayu Aya (Oberoi) No 6 Lt 2, Kerobokan-Bali : 0361-734742 Seminyak Map F - 5 Jl. Danau Tamblingan No 178, Sanur-Bali : 0361-289252

KOPI BALI HOUSE

Great International style cafe bistro in Sanur. Modern facilities meeting room. From 7.30am-11pm. Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 405E, Sanur : 0361- 270990 Sanur Map L - 3

KOPI POT

Watch the world go by from our garden terrace or sip a cold drink after shopping at our friendly LONE PALM BAR. Enjoy our brand new menu and those famous homemade cakes and desserts. 8 am till midnight. PRIVATE PARKING Jl. Legian near The Golden Arches North Kuta : 0361-752614 Kuta Map A - 5

KORI

An international restaurant right in the middle of Kuta with all your favourites dishes. Poppies Lane 2 : 0361-758605 Kuta Map E - 4

KUNI’S

Japanese restaurant. Fresh and delicious. Jl. Laksmana 80 : 0361-730501 Seminyak Map F - 3

KUDETA

Fine dining on the beach with a world class act. Jl. Oberoi 9, Seminyak : 0361-736969 Seminyak Map G - 2

LA PERGOLA FUSION & LOUNGE BAR

Excellent International & ASIAN FUSION CUISINE, set in a serene ambience.Open 11 am-Midnight Deliveries available. Jl. Petitenget 99X Kerobokan, Kuta,Bali : 0361-8042027 Seminyak Map D - 2

Laughing Buddha BaR

A Cozy, vibrant and fun place to share a set of tapas or if you are in the mood for some local fare, The little sister of Jazz Café, the music is a treat, with great playlists to soothe the soul and live gigs on Monday with Bali’s own Blues Brothers, Wednesday with Kacir Acoustic, Thursday with TuDe & friends and Saturday with Buena Tierra - from 8 to 11pm. Open all day every day. Free fast WIFI 9am to 12pm. Monkey Forest Road, Ubud (opposite Café Wayan) FB Laughing Buddha Bar Bali E: info@laughingbuddhabali.com : +62 361970928

LA SAL

Spanish Food & Lounge serving excellent tapas and authentic Spanish cuisine. Specialising in great grilled meats. Open for lunch and dinner. Jl. Drupadi II no 100, Seminyak : 0361-738321 Seminyak Map H - 5

Le Spot @ Bali Deli

Jl. Kunti 117X, Seminyak 80361 0361 – 738 686 Seminyak Map F - 5 Jl. Danau Tamblingan 174, Sanur

L’ENTRECOTE

Jl Laksmana 7 Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia : 0361 – 734533 E : lentrecottebali@yahoo.com Seminyak Map F-4

Lime Restaurant and Bar @ Favehotel Seminyak

Jalan Abimanyu ( Dyana Pura ) No.9 A, Seminyak Bali - Indonesia : 0361-739 000 F : 0361- 730 476 Seminyak Map I - 5

THE LIVING ROOM

Jl. Petitenget 2000 XX Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali : 0361 – 735 735 E : info@thelivingroom-bali.com www.livingroom-bali.com Seminyak Map E-1

MACCARONI

A stylish and energetic atmosphere with the finest contemporary Italian cuisine, live music and funky tunes. Jl. Legian No.52 : 0361-754662 Kuta map F - 5

MA JOLY

Fine dining experience on the beach featuring French cuisine. Jl. Wana Segara Tuban : 0361-753708 Kuta Map K - 1

MAMA SAN

New Asian cuisine Jl. Raya Kerobokan : 0361-730436. mamasanbali.com Seminyak Map E - 6

MANNEKEPIS

Belgian Jazz-Blues Bistro Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 2 : 0361-8475784. F : 0361-8475785 Seminyak Map G - 6

MANTRA

Vegetarian and Seafood Jl. Petitenget Seminyak Map D -1

MAYA SAYANG

Japanese cuisine, Sushi and various drinks. Jl. Mertasari No. 1 Seminyak-Kuta : 0361- 732230 F : 0361- 730587 Seminyak Map F - 4

METIS Restaurant and Gallery The new location for Doudou and Said’s Kafe Warisan serving delicious fine dining French. Petitenget No.6 Kerobokan : 0361- 737 888 Seminyak Map C-4 MEZZANINE RESTAURANT

Excellence International cuisine Exceptional Flavors for Authentic Thai, Sushi Bar, Teppayaki Daily open from: 6pm-11pm Jl Cemara 35 Sanur - Bali : 0361- 288 009 Sanur Map G-5

MOZAIC

Famed throughout the land this restaurant is a must for all foodies. Jl. Raya Sanggingan : 0361- 975768 Ubud Map A - 7

MYKONOS

Greek restaurant. Jl. Laksamana 52 Oberoi, : 0361- 733253 Seminyak Map F - 3

NAUGTHY NURI’s

Jl. Batubelig 41, Kerobokan : 0361- 3622901

Seminyak Map C - 1

NERO BALI

Mediteranean restaurant in downtown Kuta,20+ Pasta Dishes Grill Meat Fillets and seafood Original Mediterranean dishes - Dipsand Breads - Dessert Cocktails and Illy Coffe Cigars and Desert Wines Jl. Legian 384 : 0361-750756 Kuta Map C - 5

NEW YORK Sports Bar

HOME OF SPORTS AND THE BEST IN The Best Burger in Bali. Classic American Food & Drinks, Free WIFI Open daily 08:00AM – 11:00PM Discovery Shopping Mall MG #47 Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta – Bali 80361 : 0361-769822 Kuta Map I-2

NURI’s WARUNG

Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill Ubud, Bali : 0361-977547 Ubud Map A - 7

OCEANS 27

Beach Front. Live DJs, Best Sunset View. Cabanas. Swimming Pool This restaurant can boast ultimate views overlooking some of the best surf waves in the world. Open daily 11:00AM – 01:00AM Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta – Bali 80361 : 0361-765027 Kuta Map I-2

Oregano Greek Grilled

Jl. Werkudara 520 Legian Kaja : 0361-763181, Seminyak Map K-6

PANDORA

Ristorante Italiano - casual and cool dining in the garden setting. Jl.Petitenget,Bali : 0361- 7474637 Seminyak Map D - 1

PARADISO

Italian, Japanese, American Jl. Kartika Plaza 8X,Kuta : 0361- 758880 Kuta Map I - 4

PAVONE Bali

Fine-Dining Bar-Entertainment Jl. Padma Utara No 4, Legian - Bali Reservation : : 0361-756030 Kuta Map A - 3

Pavilion

grill bar international favourites in modern funk ambiance jl batu belig 106 batubelig bali : 03614737634 W: www.pavilionbali.com E: info@pavilionbali.com FB : www.facebook.com/ pavilionbali Seminyak C-2

PIDUH

Italian, Japanese, American Jl. Petitenget 18D,Kerobokan : 0361- 738472 Seminyak Map C - 3

POPPIES

Heaven in the heart of Kuta since 1973. Dine out beneath a canopy of flowers, amidst pools and waterfalls, anytime between 8 am-11 pm. Jl. Poppies Lane I, near Kuta’s Bemo Corner : 0361-751059 Kuta Map F - 4


RESTAURANTS Bali offers all styles of dining options from budget to fine-dining. (Send us you’re latest regular events info at the end of each month to be included here. Whatson@beatmag.com)

Potato Head Beach Club

International cuisine (Potato Head Restaurant), Asian cuisine with live seafood (LILIN) & French Fine Dining (Tapping Shoes: Tel; 0361 300 7979). Jl Petitenget. Petitenget, Seminyak : 0361473 7979 www.ptthead.com Seminyak Map E-1

RUMOURS

International flavours at great prices with a fantastic and vibrant atmosphere. Catch up the new fresh remarkable setting. Jl. Laksmana 100 Oberoi, : 0361-738720 Seminyak Map F - 4

ROOFTOP, At THE 1O1 LEGIAN

Jl. Legian No. 117, Badung Bali, Indonesia : +62 361 3001 101 Fax : +62 361 3002 101 Web : www.the101bali.com Kuta Map D - 5

ROSSO VIVO

Fine Italian dining & lounge. Special offer: Sunset Grill &Cocktail, Start 5pm-7pm. Happy hours Local Beer & Bali Moon Cocktail (Buy 2 Get 1 Free) Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta : 0361-751961 Kuta Map F-4

RYOSHI RESTAURANT

The longest established Japanese restaurant in town Ryoshi Bali Mall Galeria Jl. ByPass. Kuta : 0361-751684. Map G - 8 Ryoshi Seminyak Jl. Raya Seminyak #15 : 0361-731152 Map J-6 Ryoshi Kuta Bali Garden Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza Map I - 3 : 0361-766 302i Ryoshi Sanur Jl. D. Tamblingan #150 Sanur : 0361-288473 Sanur Map G - 4 Ryoshi Ubud Jl. Raya Ubud : 0361-972192 Ubud Map G - 4

SALT RESTAURANT @The Stones

2nd floor, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Banjar Legian Kelod, Kuta 80361, Bali : 0361 766100 F: 0361 768100 W: www.thestones-kuta.com Kuta Map C - 2

Sandpit

Double Six Beach E : Sandpit@hotmail.com : 0361 - 9600910 Seminyak Map K - 3

SaRONG

Every night is a total ‘Yum’ night featuring Will Meyrick’s delicious tastes and twists on South East Asian Cuisine in the opulent setting of this fine dining restaurant. : 0361-737 809 - 0819 3601 8034 Jl. Petitenget No 19x Kerobokan Kuta Bali Seminyak Map D - 2

SANG RIA GRILL

Serving barbeque Ribs and much more Jl. Werkudara No. 5 Legian Kaja : 0361-2150404 Seminyak Map K - 5

SATE BALI

Jl. Pratama No. 91/B Tanjung Benoa Nusa Dua : 0361-772512 Jimbaran Map N-7

SEGARA ASIAN GRILL

Jl. Kartika Plaza Kuta, Bali 80361 Located Beach Front Behind Discovery Mall : 0361 –769755 Kuta Map I-2

SEGARA FRESH SEA FOOD

Dine on authentic Indonesian cuisine under Balinese gazebos with beachfront and sunset views. Discovery Shopping Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Bali : 0361 – 769613 W: www.segarafreshseafood.com Kuta Map I - 3

SEAFOOD HOUSE

Cantonese style and Chinese Cuisine, Imported live seafood restaurant with Malaysian chefs. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Complex Kuta Sidewalk, Kuta Phone: 0361-763900 Kuta Map I-4

SEASIDE

Cool spot by the beach, serving a wide variety of great food. www.seasidebali.com Double Six Beach : 0361-737140 Seminyak Map L - 4

Sidewalk, Kuta : 0361- 763100 Kuta Map H-4 Jl. Cemara 27 Sanur : 0361-287882 Sanur Map L-4

eatery. Menu changes daily. Next door enjoy lunch and pizzas. Jl. Laksmana, Oberoi , Seminyak : 0361-737082 Seminyak Map F - 4

STARBUCKS CAFE

Fine Dining Indonesian and Chinese cuisine in luxurious traditional surroundings. Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong Canggu : 0361-731701 Canggu Map P - 9

Now brewing strong coffee in Bali Discovery Mall Jl. Kartika Plaza-Kuta Kuta Map G - 4

STARZ DINER

The Hotel’s hip all day dining restaurant is inspired by the glamour Rock n Roll and serves contemporary Asian and downhome American cuisine Jl. Pantai Kuta : 0361-761869 F : 0361-761868 Kuta Map G - 3

STARFISH BLOO @ W

Starfish Bloo overlooks the Indian Ocean and beach. Chef Jack Yoss shares a culinary vision inspired from his adventures and life experiences, evident in his unique approach to Pan Asian cuisine. Lunch, Dinner every day + Sunday Brunch : 0361- 738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

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SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANT

Jl. Pura Batu Mejan Echo Beach - Canggu : 0361-80 90 90 3 www.stickyfingersbali.com Canggu Map P - 8

SIAM SALLY

Classic Californian Mexican. This is an old time Mex favorite in Kuta and still going strong. Gg. Poppies 1, 24 Kuta : 0361-751093 Kuta Map F - 4

SKY BAR @ All Seasons Legian

A new cozy east meets west restaurant and bar with live jazz every Friday from 7pm onward. Jl. Petitenget 88 Kerobokan-Bali : 0361-735933 Seminyak Map C - 4

SKY GARDEN

Authentic Japanese Cuisine Jl. Patih Jelantik, Legian Phone: 0361-759745 Kuta Map B-5 Jl. Padma Legian, Kuta : 0361-750760 Kuta Map A-3

A wide selection of favorites and entertainment amongst one of Bali premier golf courses. Jl. Hangtuah 58 Sanur : 0361-287733 Sanur Map C - 4 Fresh homestyle Thai in funky surroundings. Jl. Hanoman, Ubud. : 0361-980777 Ubud Map I - 11 OPEN : 24 hours 7 days Young atmosphere with Asian and International favorite’s cuisines. Happy hours from 5pm to 9pm JL. Padma Utara Legian : 0361-76 76 88 F: 0361-756201 Kuta Map ref. A - 3 Irish dining downstairs on the street level with ESC takeaway burgers and salads next door. George’s Sports Cave out the back and on the third floor Jl. Legian 61 Kuta – Bali : 0361- 755423 Kuta Map - E5

SOS SUPPER CLUB

Dine under the stars from the spectacular Heights of Seminyak Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 0361-737773 Seminyak Map I - 3

Spizziko

TJ’S

SUKA SUKA

TAKE

THE DECK RESTAURANT @ Semara Resort and Spa

Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak : 0361-847661 Seminyak Map E - 1

TULIP

First and only authentic Turkish cuisine and Shisha lounge serving interesting combinations of Shisha flavors such as milk, juice or alcohol. Open daily from 11am – 00am Jl. Petitenget No 69 Badung-Bali : 0361-2158787 Fax : 0361-8475468 Seminyak Map C - 3

ULTIMO

Excellent Italian food at value for money prices. Garden and air conditioned settings and intimate dining area in the rear. Live music most nights. JL. Laksmana 104X : 0361-738720 Seminyak Map F - 4

UMALAS RESIDENCE

De Bistro, De Corner - the new outlet with beer - garden concept. JL. Umalas 2/83 Umalas kerobokan Kuta-Bali www.umalasresidence.com : 0361-737 500 Seminyak Map A - 3

UNICO ITALIAN REST.

UNICO ?? ..... EXPERIENCE WHY jl. Kunti no 7 Seminyak Bali Indonesia : 0361-735931 Seminyak Map G - 7

VIVAI

Jl. Kayu Aya Laksamana Oberoi No. 1 - 80361 Seminyak Square : 0361 738016 e.mail : info@vivaibali.com www.vivaibali.com Seminyak Map F - 2

WARISAN

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No.38 : 0361-731175, 7492796 Seminyak Map C - 5

WAROENG ASIA

Jl. Double Six / Arjuna 23 Legian Kuta 0361-7420202 Seminyak Map K-5

WARUNG EROPA

THE JUNCTION

European and Indonesian food swerved in the newly renovated restaurant. Jl. Petitenget No.9D Kerobokan : 0361-7471771 Seminyak Map C - 3

THE STRUDELS

@ Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa Bali Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 7am until 11pm Enjoy TASTE of ASIA every Wednesday night With special Balinese dance performance Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : +62 361 737773 Seminyak Map I - 3

Street side cafe serving sandwiches and salads and stylish evening dining. Renovation in full swing. Jl. Laksmana(corner of Laksmana and Cendana) : 0361-735 610 Seminyak Map F - 3

Jl.Laksamana Oberoi Seminyak square : 0361 7809374 e.mail: maxbali70@yahoo.it Seminyak Map F - 2

JL. Petitenget no.110X, Kerobokan : 0361-738388 Seminyak Map B - 4

STADIUM CAFE

Jl. Kartika Plaza No. 127 South Kuta Beach, Kuta, Bali : 0361-765700

The best sports bar in Bali. Fast quality food spot with live sports on the big screens every day of the week. Jl. Kartika Plaza, Complex Kuta

TUGU HOTEL

THE VIRA BALI

TRATTORIA

Cucina Italiana and very popular

WILD ORCHID


Live Music Venues APACHE BAR

Live Reggae music from some of Bali’s most righteous Rastas .Get down & toke the vibe! Bands start at 11pm, 20.000 entrance. Hours: 6pm – 2am Jl Legian 146, Kuta. : 0361-761212 Kuta Map F – 6

BALI ROCK CAFÉ

Top 40 bands get down and grind at this fave for the Kuta tourist. Jl. Melasti : 0361-754466 Kuta Map B - 3

bistro batu kali

LIVE MUSIC Every friday night with Asazi band ,australian singer ms.donna live music ,Every wednesday 8.00 to 10.30 pm Saksofon ,At Bistro Batu Kali Jl. Laksmana, Oberoi Seminyak Bali

BOSHE VVIP CLUB BALI LOUNGE & RESTAURANT

Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai no. 89x Tuban – Kuta – Bali CLUB : : 0361 – 8235507 MOBILE RSVP : : 081933023111 BLACKBERRY PIN : : 261D5D35

CENTERSTAGE

The Hard Rock Hotel bar and Centerstage has live Top 40 music every night as well as bringing in big name international acts with dancers, fire shows, fashion etc. Hard Rock Hotel Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 0361-761869 Kuta Map G - 3

CUBANA BAR & GRILL

Live music every Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat and DJ for ladies on Weds night Jl. Raya Petitenget no.12B, Seminyak : 0361- 211 6567 email : info@cubanabali.com www.cubanabali.com Seminyak Map D-3

Deus ex Machina Jl. Batu Mejan No. 8 0361 3683395 id.deuscustoms.com

ESPRESSO BAR

a long time popular live music spot in Kuta Main street Jl. Legian 83 : 0361-752576 Kuta Map F – 5

Gracie Kelly’s Irish Pub

Bali’s first original Irish Pub. Opens daily for Lunch & Dinner. Enjoy wholesome home cooked food whilst being entertained by live band from Rais Paddy’s &

Kelly Clan Bands every nights. Pool tables, Darts, Karaoke and free Jukebox. Tuesday and Thursday is charity Quiz Night. Bali Dynasty Resort Jl. Kartika, Tuban, Bali :0361-752403

HARD ROCK CAFÉ

If it rocks, it’s here. Intl. regional and national acts grace the Hard Rock stage every night of the week. One of the biggest live music venues in town. Jl. Pantai Kuta. : 0361-755661 Kuta Map G - 3

JAYA PUB

Jaya Pub is one of the ol’ bastions of live music and good sounds in Seminyak. Fun & good times await in this classic venue Jl. Legian Kaja 2 Seminyak : 0361-730973 Seminyak Map J - 7

JAZZ BAR & GRILL

For years, this place has been the place for fine food & jazz it’s a cool spot for music lovers with live bands every night & regular performances by Indonesia’s Jazz legends Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 15 - 16 : 0361-285892 Sanur Map A - 3

JAZZ CAFE UBUD

Live jazz venue, restaurant, bar and store. Great bands play jazz, blues, Latin, funk, soul and world music from 7.30 to 11pm every night (except Mondays). Free pick up service from hotels in the Ubud area. Jl Sukma no. 2, Tebesaya, Ubud Facebook: Jazz Café Ubud Email:info@jazzcafebali.com Phone:+62 361 976 594 /+62 812 383 3800 Ubud Map F - 12

JAZZY CAFÉ

Does just what is says on the label...jazz & easy listening with an international menu Jl. Danau Tamblingan 27 : 0361-289138 Sanur Map F - 5

JP’S WARUNG CLUB

Poppies lane II legian Kuta : 0361-758605 Kuta Map E - 4

Laughing Buddha BAR

A Cozy, vibrant and fun place to share a set of tapas or if you are in the mood for some local fare, The little sister of Jazz Café, the music is a treat, with great playlists to soothe the soul and live gigs on Monday with Bali’s own Blues Brothers, Wednesday with Kacir Acoustic, Thursday with TuDe & friends and Saturday with Buena Tierra - from 8 to 11pm. Open all day every day. Free fast WIFI 9am to 12pm. Monkey Forest Road, Ubud (opposite Café Wayan) Facebook: Laughing Buddha Bar Bali Email: info@laughingbuddhabali. com Phone:+62 361970928

MANNEKEPIS

Live Jazz-Blues Bands Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 2 : 0361-8475784. F : 0361-8475785 Seminyak Map G - 6

Pavilion

SUNDAY chill&grill every sunday from 4 pm Monday night Every monday live performance show start at 8 pm jl batu belig 106 batubelig bali : 03614737634 W: www.pavilionbali.com E: info@pavilionbali.com FB : www.facebook.com/ pavilionbali Seminyak C-2

PEANUTS

Been around for ever and popular with the older Aussie tourists who like Bali the way it was Jl. Legian / Melasti Kuta Kuta Map B-4

Jl. Legian No. 117, Badung Bali, Indonesia : +62 361 3001 101 Fax : +62 361 3002 101 Web : www.the101bali.com Kuta Map D - 5

SOS Lounge & Bar

Every Sunday from 5.30 pm– Afternoon Delights offers with Special Cocktails Promotions Indulge and be taken on a magical culinary journey all part of a tasteful food concept at Anantara. Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 737773 Seminyak Map I - 3

SUNKEN POOL BAR At THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

Guests can swim up to our Pool Bar and order their favourite beverage or snack. Open: 9.00am until late, for snacks, lunch coffee, ice cream and other refreshments. Everyday we have BINGO cheerful game from 6pm onwards. Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66, Seminyak Kuta - Bali : 0361-730573 Fax : 0361- 733 018 Seminyak I - 4

THE CAT AND FIDDLE

“English/Irish Pub with live music. Every night.Live Irish band,every Sunday and Tuesday.” Classic pub food Jl. Cemara, Sanur : 0361-282218

THE SUNSET

You can learn the tango or some yoga and Hip Hop for Children in this pleasant garden restaurant. Jl. Sari Dewi 17 : 0361-736750 Seminyak Map G - 3

Y Sports Bar

PLANET HOLLYWOOD

Jl.Padma utara no 4 Legian, Kuta : 0361-763259 Fax : 0361-753265 Email :Y_bar@ymail.com

SANTA FE

Jl. Dhyana Pura No 6, Seminyak 0361 731-622 www.jps-warungclub.com Seminyak Map H-6

Live Top 40 bands four nights. Jl. By Pass Galeria : 0361-757827 Kuta Map G - 8

This central Seminyak restaurant serves international food at very reasonable prices with nightly live music. Jl. Dhyana Pura 6 : 0361-731622 Seminyak Map H - 6

Been there for years with live music every night.9pm-1am Jl. Dhyana Pura : 0361-731147 Seminyak Map I - 5

KORI

Bar and Resto with business lounge, Pro Shop, and Live Music. Bali Beach Golf Course Jl. Hangtuah 58, Sanur : 0361-236260, 0361-287733 Sanur Map C - 4

Kori offers live unplugged music two nights a week. Great stuff in a laid back space with tasty international cuisine.

Sky Pool Bar, Lobby Lounge Bar, ROOFTOP, Dine & Music Lounge At THE 1O1 LEGIAN

SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANT

JP’s Warung

Twice Bar

Jl. Poppies Lane II, Kuta 0361 7444843 Kuta Map G-4


ClUB . MUsic . Bars This is a list of music bars and dance clubs supplying drinks, music and comfortable surroundings. AKASAKA

Karaoke & Music Club Jl. Teuku Umar Simpang Enam Denpasar : 0361 238 551

BAHIANA

This Rhumeria is the place for all things Latin, with music from Salsa,Latin Jazz, Bossa, Merengue, Samba and Afro. Great, south of the border cocktails. 16:00-Late Jl. Dhyana Pura 4 : 0361-738662 Seminyak Map H - 6

BOUNTY CLUB

Pump up the jam! R&B and Hip Hop take over upstairs with big crowds of shirt-off-tourists. Downstairs later it booms to House music. Free of charge for contestants from 11pm – Midnight Fridays and Saturdays. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl Legian, Kuta. : 0361-752529 Kuta Map F - 5

BOSHE VVIP CLUB BALI LOUNGE & RESTAURANT

The First And The Only Official Super Club In Bali One Stop Entertainment Area ( Club, Karaoke, Lounge & Restaurant) Best Soundsystem & Largest Club In Bali Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai no. 89x Tuban – Kuta – Bali Club / Cafe : 0361 – 8235507 Karaoke : : 0361 – 8235508 Office : : 0361 – 3603980 Mobile Rsvp : : 081933023111 Blackberry Pin : 2249A399

Cubana Bar & Grill

Jl. Raya Petitenget no.12B, Seminyak : 0361- 211 6567 email : info@cubanabali.com www.cubanabali.com Seminyak Map D-3

DEEJAY CLUB

For those who party way beyond dawn...peaks at 8 or 9 in the am. For the headstrong... Hrs : 11.00-Dawn Jl. Kartika Plaza : 0361-758880 Kuta Map I - 4

EIKON

Restaurant - Bar - Lounge Jl. Legian No.178 Kuta Bali : 0361-750701 F : 0361-756412 Kuta Map E - 5

Evo @ The Banjar

Jl. Raya Kuta No. 46A Br. Abian Base, Kuta Bali 80361 : 0361 757725 www.thebanjarbali.com Kuta Map B - 8

GRACIE KELLY’S IRISH PUB

Bali first original irish pub open for lunch and dinner Jl. Kartika, South kuta,Bali : 0361-752403 F: 0361-752402 Kuta Map J - 2

hu’u BaR

PADDY’S

Hu’u Bar has come into a world of its own in recent months as the party venue in Petitenget. Great parties and good vibes as locals and visitors mix it up. Hrs: 12:00-Late Jl. Oberoi, Petitenget : 0361-4736443 Seminyak Map E - 1

Paddy’s supplies the latest Top 40 and pulls big crowds of touros every night. Hrs: 18:00-Late Jl. Legian 166 Kuta : 0361-758555 Kuta Map E - 5

ICE BAR @ W

Great place to play bowling and billiard with music from DeeJay Cafe. Hrs:All day-02:00 Jl. Kartika Plaza No.8x, Kuta : 0361-758880 Kuta Map I - 4

Artisan cheeses, imported and house-made chacuterie with more than 40 selections of wines to pair. Mingle with fellow jetsetter and be part of the sensual transition into night over fresh iced cocktails and champagne. : 0361-4738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

KLAPA

Sunsets and late night clubbing at a beachside venue. New Kuta Beach Blvd, Pecatu Indah resort Bali, Pecatu Bali 80364 : 0361-8484581 fax : 0361- 8484558 www.klapa-newkutabeach.com e: info@klapanewkutabeach.com

KUDETA

Legendary venue that defies category - DJ led with downbeat sunsets, picking up later on. Watch out for the seasonal parties that attract a jet-setting cosmopolitan crowd. Hrs: 07:00-Late Jl. Laksmana 9, Seminyak : 0361-736969 Seminyak Map G - 2

M BAR GO

Re-defined the Kuta landscape with its sophisticated industrial urban decor on two big floors. Packs them in every night with hip hop, R&B & Dance. Hrs: 20.00-Late Jl. Legian : 0361-756280 Kuta Map E - 5

MACCARONI

Funky resto lounge bar on two floors with quirky Italian styling. Regular live music and contemporary/traditioanl dance performances. Hrs: All Day Jl. Legian 52, Kuta : 0361-751631 Kuta Map E - 5

MINT

Great sounds and times Thurs Saturday nights. Jl. Raya Petitenget 919 Seminyak Kuta 80361 : 0361 - 4732884 e. info@ indomint.com www.indomint.com Seminyak Map D - 1

NAMMOS BEACH CLUB

Jl. Villa Kandara, Br Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan : 0361-8482200, F: 8482244 www.karmakandara.com

OZIGO BAR UBUD

VVIP Room, Cozy Bar, Dance Floor, Sexy Hot Dancer, Live Music, DJ Performance, Romantic Outdoor Terraces Hrs: Till Late Jl. Sanggingan Ubud, Bali : 081 23679736 Ubud Map A – 7

PARADISO

Pyramid

Jl Dewi Sri No. 33 Kuta : 0361 – 8500 300 Kuta map B - 7

Potato Head Beach Club

Resident and guest DJs 7 days and nights a week. Jl Petitenget. Petitenget, Seminyak : 0361473 7979 www.ptthead.com

Rock Bar

Award winning sunset venue and bar on the rocks. AYANA Resort and Spa Bali Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Bali, 80364, Indonesia : 0361-702222 F : 0361-702455 W : www.ayanaresort.com Jimbaran P-1

SANTA FE

Been there for years and continues pulling big crowds with the space out back with live music every night.Hrs: 24hrs Jl. Dhyana Pura : 0361-731147 Seminyak Map I - 5

SKY GARDEN

Four floors of the clubbing, bars and dining in the centre of Kuta. 61 Legian Street, Kuta Bali, Indonesia : 0361- 755423 Kuta Map - E5

Sky Pool Bar, Lobby Lounge Bar, ROOFTOP, Dine & Music Lounge At THE 1O1 LEGIAN

Jl. Legian No. 117, Badung Bali, Indonesia : +62 361 3001 101 Fax : +62 361 3002 101 W : www.the101bali.com

SOS SUPPER CLUB

With three alluring lifestyle zones, the SOS Supper Club entices the world’s jet setter crowd with its sophisticated shoreline entertainment. Opening Hours: Sun – Tues 5pm until 11pm Wed – Sat 5pm until 2AM (not PM) Jl Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak Bali : 737773 Seminyak Map I - 3

STADIUM CAFÉ

Fun place and good food. Once in a while they have special music events. Live sports on the the big

screen. Hrs: All day-Late Jl. Kartika Plaza : 0361-763100 Kuta Map H - 4

SUNKEN POOL BAR at THE BREEZES RESORT & SPA

Guests can swim up to our Pool Bar and order their favourite beverage or snack. Open: 9.00am until late, for snacks, lunch coffee, ice cream and other refreshments. Everyday we have BINGO cheerful game from 6pm onwards. Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66, Seminyak Kuta - Bali : 0361-730573 Fax : 0361- 733 018 Seminyak I - 4

TEQUILA BAR at Grand Istana Rama

Enjoy the famous Kuta Beach sunset with our exotic cocktails and selected international wines, accompanied with live entertainments. Open daily 24 hours. Jl Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Bali, 80361 : 0361-752208 E : fbm@grandistanarama.com Kuta D-2

THE STONES ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

Club and bar with an outdoor and indoor area. Resident and visiting DJs. Jl Pantai Kuta, Banjar Legian Kelod, Kuta 80361, Bali : 0361 766100 F: 0361 768100 E: info@thestones-kuta.com W: www.thestones-kuta.com Kuta Map C - 2

TWICE BAR

An underground bar where all local original bands practice and perform. Hrs: 18:00 - 24:00 Jl. Poppies Two,Kuta Kuta Map E - 4

VI AI PI

Resto, Tapas Bar & Lounge Jl. Legian 88 Kuta-Bali : 0361-750 425 Kuta Map E - 5

WOOBAR @ W

Eat, drink, flirt and play here – a three-storey epicentre of partly alfresco fun in the sun – or at sunset. Sightsee and sip from the sky deck atop the club and boogie to international DJs spinning mixes. : 0361- 4738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

W LOUNGE @ W

Share some gossip, catch-up for an afternoon tea or enjoy a cool Martini, as the bold and the beautiful catwalk their way across the room! : 0361- 4738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

Y Sports Bar

Jl.Padma utara no 4 legian, kuta : 0361-763259 Fax : 0361-753265 Email :Y_bar@ymail.com


bali shops

Oakley 3 SECOND & GREENLIGHT

Clothing Store Jl. Teuku Umar 84 Denpasar-Bali

69 SLAM

69 slam Underwear & Swimwear 69slam Oberoi Jl. Kayu Aya no. 30 : 0361-9604170 69slam Seminyak Next to Bintang Supermarket Jl. Raya Seminyak 24A Seminyak Map I - 6 : 0361-9604172 69slam Legian Jl. Legian no. 58 In front Ground Zero : 0361-9604173

ANTIBEAUTY

Prepare for next freeze season... Jl. Waturenggong No.118 Denpasar www.anti-beauty.com

APHRODITE

Fashion & Design Jl. Nakula Blok 3, : 0361-737717 Legian-Bali Jl. Laksmana No. 38B : 0361-734 929 Oberoi www.aphroditebali.com

BAMBOO BLONDE

Jl. Laksmana 61, Jl. Raya Seminyak 63, Jl. Raya Legian, Bali Collection, Surfer Girl, Discovery Mall, Sogo Discovery Mall, Bali : 0361-742 5290 Seminyak Map F - 5

BALI DELI

Jl.Kunti 117X Seminyak,Bali : 0361-738686 F : 0361-738687 Seminyak Map F - 5 Bali Deli Sanur Jl. Danau Tamblingan 174, Sanur Sanur Map H - 4

BALI INKED

Australian owned tatto studio, come to our airconditioned sterilized studio and have Bali Number 1 tattooist FROGGY design your tattoo Jl.Kartika Plaza Kuta-Bali : 0361- 8055816 Kuta Map K - 2

BALI SURF OUTLET

Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 9 Kuta – Bali - Indonesia : 767248 Facebook: Bali Surf Outlet (BSO) Kuta I-7

BECIK Good

Jl. Dhyana Pura No.4X Seminyak Bali : 737816 Seminyak Map H - 5

COCO SUPERMARKET

Cotton, Silk, Jewellery, Silver Jl. Seminyak : 0361-730945 Seminyak Map F - 6

JL. Laksmana 65-67, Seminyak : 0361-735616 Seminyak Map F - 5 JL. Hanoman, Ubud : 0361-972 744 Ubud Map A - 11 Bali Collection Blok A5 - A13 JL. Kompl BTDC NusaDua : 0361-773 846 Jimbaran Map O - 7

BLACK BERRY CITY

CONFESSION

BIASA

Jl. Teuku Umar No. 84 Blok 3 : 0361-255 465

BLUE GLUE

Linen Clothing Centro Shooping Mall Bali confession_id@yahoo.com

CULT

Lady’s bikinis & swimwear, retail, wholesale. Available in surfshops around town. Jl. Double Six 10x : 0361-732607 www.blue-glue.com Seminyak Map G - 6

Jl. Pantai Kuta 39 Banjar Pande Mas - Kuta : 0361 - 763 983 Jl Legian 193 - Kuta : 0361 - 751 849 Kuta Map G - 5, C - 4

BODY & SOUL

DEUS EX MACHINA

Women’s casual wear, New Collections Arriving every two weeks. Jl. Legian 162 : 0361-750541 Jl. Raya Seminyak 16c : 0361-733011 Kuta Square D27 : 0361-755227 Kuta Map D - 4 Seminyak Map I - 15

BY THE SEA

Resort Wear for Women, Kids & Men, Sandal Havaianas from Brazil Jl. Laksmana 20c-Oberoi DFS Bali Galleria-Simpang Siur Kuta Sogo Dep Store (Bali Collection & Discovery Shopping Mall) Centro depot store-Discovery Shopping Mall(Only Kids) Jl. Legian 186 Kuta Bali : 0361-757775 Kuta Map E - 5

CASA GOURMET

Seminyak Square Blok-E1 Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak 80361 Bali : 0361-9649096, 9604149 F: 0361-738026 Seminyak Map F - 1

CELLULAR WORLD

The Biggest cellular shop in Bali. Selling mobile phones, PDA, accessories and gadgets with competitive prices. Make sure to buy mobile phone with original warranty and protected from damage and water splash Jln. Teuku Umar no 60 Denpasar : 0361-239757

Temple of Enthusiasm Jl. Batu Mejan No.8, Canggu

DISCOVERY SHOPPING MALL

New Shopping Mall right on the beach in Kuta, featuring top brand shops, department store, supermarket, restaurants, games for kids Jl. Kartika Plaza : 0361-769629 Kuta Map I - 2

FS MANAGEMENT

Catwalk Models, Photo Models, Host Jl. Tukad Unda I Barat No.9 Renon-Denpasar-80235-Bali : 0361-8043339 www.fsmanagementbali.com

HAVAIANAS

Jl. Sunset Road No 6 Seminyak – Bali 80361 – Indonesia Seminyak Map J-8 Oberoi Jl. Laksmana No.5 Seminyak – Kuta : 0361 733 036 Legian Jl. Legian No. 133 D Legian – Kuta : 0361 936 6677

HIPPI CHIC LONDON

Hippi Chic Store Bali Jl. Raya Legian Kelod No. 396 Kuta Bali : 0361-763563

JERK WARDROBE

Jl. Dewi Sartika No.2B, Tuban Kuta –Bali : 0361 – 753048 Kuta Map L - 2

JUNGLE SURF

DSX Record & DJ Course

Surfwear, Boards, Skate, Shorts, Bikini, etc Jl. Legian, Jl Pantai Kuta Map B - 4, C - 3, H - 4

DUCATI BALI

LITA GUNARDI & THE BACKYARD LOUNGE

Jl. Dewi Sri 11C Kuta : 0361 3614150

Sales, Rental, Service, Apparel Jl. gatot Subroto Timur 17 Denpasar, Bali : 0361-465909

EMILY THE STRANGE

Jl. Seminyak, Bemo Corner Jl. Pantai Kuta Seminyak Map H-6, Kuta Map G-6

EXTREME PRODUCTION

Extreme Production Art show entertainment Jalan Raya Semer No. 5 - Kuta Utara Kerobokan - Kuta Bali : 087860804852 : 081934343987 e-mail: extremproduction@ yahoo.com

Jl. Raya Kunti I, Seminyak-Bali : 0361-738 000 Fax : 0361-738 102 Seminyak Map G - 7

MERMAID

Surfer Girl Jl Legian 138 Kuta and Surfer Girl at Bali Collection,Nusa Dua Surf Factory Outlet at Simpang Siur Kuta

MOD

Lifestyle Jewelry Designed & Crafted Jl. Legian 1 & 2, Legian Arcade, Kuta : 0361-763 483 Kuta Map C - 4


bali shops OAKLEY

Jl.Legian, Kuta Square Jl.By Pass Ngurah Rai No 774 Bypas Nusa Dua : 0361-8480471 Kuta Map D - 4

ODYSSEYS

Jl. Blambangan no. 67, Kuta, : 0361-762380

RENTALIKA

Sound System & Lighting, Jl. Pulau Ayu Gg Ayu gg Baru no 2, Denpasar : 0361-8215758

RENEGADE REPUBLIC

Surf School Mercure Kuta Hotel Jl. Pantai, Kuta-Bali 80361 : 0361-767411 ext. 199 odysseysurfshcool@yahoo.com www.odysseysurfschool.com Kuta Map G - 3

Fashion-Footwear & Accessories Retail & Hwolesale Jl. Legian 480 Legian ,Bali : 0361-8087385 Jl. Laksmana 69, Seminyak : 0361-276 3115

PAUL ROPP

RIP CURL

Hand Loomed Garments in Cotton, Silk, Embroidery, Beading and Primitive Design for men and women. Jl. Raya Seminyak Seminyak Map I - 6

Surf Clothing and Accessories Jl. Legian, Kuta Square, Jl. Melasti, Jl. Sunset : 0361-754455 Kuta Map C -4

PAUL’S PLACE

RUSTY

Offering fashion for the fuller figure in resort wear, as well as an eclectic array of artefacts and gifts Jl. Petitenget 147X next to Villa Lumbung Petitenget,Kuta : 0361-733886 Seminyak Map D - 3

Surf Clothing and Accessories including Trucker Caps, Beanie Hats, Belts, Key Rings, Lanyard. Jl. Legian

SEMINYAK SQUARE

Jl/ Kediri No. 36A Tuban-Kuta : 0361-759112

Jl. Kayu Aya (ex Laksmana/Oberoi) Seminyak, Bali : 0361-732106 Seminyak Map F - 2

POWER/BALANCE

SKIN

PEPITO

Power/Balance Has now arrived in south east Asia! Jl. Basangkasa 32 : 0361-750 393

PURA VIDA

Caftan Etno, Elephant sketch, Mini Dress Jersey puravidafashion.com Jl. Raya Seminyak 38B : 0361-743 1914 Jl. Raya Pantai Kuta 29 : 0361-766 627 Jl. Basangkasa 32 : 0361-732 582 Kuta Map G - 5 Seminyak Map F - 3

QUIKSILVER Jl. Raya Legian

REEF INDONESIA The Garage,

Paul Ropp

Jl Abimanyu, Dhyana Pura, Seminyak : 0361-8475794 Seminyak Map H - 4

STUSSY

Surf and Street Wear. Jl. Seminyak, Bemo Corner Jl. Pantai Kuta Seminyak Map H - 6 Kuta Map G - 6

SUICIDE GLAM

Collection of Rockabilly and Punk style clothing made for all dem punkers. Poppies Land Kuta Map E - 4

SMART CENTER BALI

Istana Kuta Galeria Blok Valet I No.03 Jl. Patih Jelantik, Bali : 0361-769 098 Kuta Map E - 4

SURFER GIRL

Every girl’s dream. All the top surf wear labels under one roof including the signature Surfer Girl brand. Jl. Legian 138 Kuta Map G - 6

SYNERGY MMA ACADEMY

Unisex Clothing in Cotton, Silk and Linen, Silver Jewellery, Shoes and Bags Jl. Pantai Kuta No 29B Jl. Laksmana - Oberoi : Kuta-0361-730065 : Seminyak-0361-733588 Seminyak Map H - 14

Mixed Martial Arts teaches you how to effectively defend yourself against a bigger and stronger aggressor. www.synergymma.com Jl. Nakula, Kawan Building 2nd floor, Kuta : 0856-1808804 Seminyak Map. K - 8

SKUNKY CLUB

THE WINE HOUSE

Jl. Raya Legian No. 40 Seminyak, Bali : 0361-735649 Seminyak Map I - 7

Jl. Kerobokan No 66 Kerobokan : 0361-737217

STUDIO 5 LIFESTYLE BOUTIQUE

Jl. Raya Muding Indah 24X Gatot Subroto Barat Kerobokan : 0361 - 418108 - 418109 081330700331 info@temanbaikselfstorage.com

Natural soap bar,imported wedding dresses, photo studio,custom floral art Ruko Goza Plaza

TEMAN BAIK

THE LOFT

Men’s fashions in chic simple designs. Jl. Laksmana 18B, Around The Corner From KU DE TA Seminyak, Kuta : 0361-736910 Seminyak Map G - 2

TRE SHOP & FASHION POINT

JL. Raya Seminyak No. 64 : 0361-7919842

tropical life style

Jalan Raya Seminyak 32 :0361- 8475745 Raya Basangkasa 30 Seminyak :0361- 730510 20c Kayu Aya ( Oberoi) St., :0361-732198 off price: 186 Legian St. Kuta, : 0361-757775 Duty Free Galleria, Sogo Nusa Dua. Sogo Discovery Mall, www.bytheseatropical.com

ULUWATU

Handmade Balinese Lace Kerawang, Ladies Wear and Embroidery Jl. Legian, Jl. Bakungsari Jl. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur

VOLCOM

Clothes n Accessories for Board Riders Kuta Square Jl. Legian Map ref. H - 4

W THE STORE

Stylish items ranging from pieces out of W’s own Global Glam collection, or exotic gift sourced from around the world. : 0361-738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

YESBALI CREATIONS

Less 10%, 20%, 30% in all collection in August. Ladies and mens, before new collection in September Jl Mertanadi 52C Kerobokan : 081-210632431 Seminyak Map D - 7

ZO mart

Jl. Pantai Kuta Jl. Kediri Jl.Dewi Sartika : 0361 935 3048 kuta Map - G-6 , L-5, L-3


bali salon & spa ANANTARA SEMINYAK RESORT & SPA BALI Anantara Seminyak offers a Bali spa resort experience that soothes, pampers, rejuvenates and revitalises in an inimitable, beautiful surrounding. Opening Hours: 10.00am till 10.00pm : 0361- 737773 Email : bali@anantara.com Seminyak Map I - 3

ANDHI & DIMAS MALE MASSEUR Smooth in texture, Intense in taste, subtly perfumed N elegant to behold. : 0878 57296273 0858 15867999

ANTIQUE SPA Jl. Lestari Banjar Semer Umalas, Kerobokan : 0361-7423580 F : 0361-737 830 Seminyak Map A - 4

Atma Spa at THE 1O1 LEGIAN Jl. Legian No. 117, Badung Bali, Indonesia : +62 361 3001 101 Fax : +62 361 3002 101 Web : www.the101bali.com Kuta Map D - 5

Away Spa Glam up for the evening with a facial or beauty treatment or recover after a long night at WooBar with signature AWAY massage. Open 24/7. : 0361- 738 106 Seminyak Map D - 1

BUNGA BALI SPA @ The Casa Padma Suites An aromatic and relaxing spa

Ambiente Spa at Amadea

Jl. Yudistira, Legian : 0361 - 753073 fax: 0361 - 755925

CHILL The Villas Jl. Kunti 118x, Seminyak : 0361-734701 Seminyak Map G - 7

COOL SPA

: +6281 3383 19947 +6281 3377 89599

M’SPA

LUXE Lounge Spa @

M’Spa at Paul’s Place Jl. Laksamana 18B : 0361-736 910 Seminyak Map F - 2

sentosa private villas and spa, bali Jl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali 80361, Indonesia +62 361 730 333 | Fax: +62 361 737 111 Website: www.balisentosa.com Seminyak Map E - 1

meng spa

Jl. Petitenget 147X Jl. Kayu Cendana C 001, Seminyak Next to Villa Lumbung Petitenget – Kuta : 0361-7871494 Seminyak Map F - 2 : 0361-4733886

COZY Jl. Sunset Blok A/3, Kuta : 0361-766762 or 766743 Map F - 8

DEVIRA MASSAGE Jl. Batu Belig 2, Kerobokan Seminyak : 0361-7446747 Seminyak Map B - 2

NEW MASSAGE MALE SERVICE Open daily 24 hours 081 353 225 659 agusmassage@hotmail.com

PRANA SPA Jl. Kunti : 0361-730 840 Seminyak Map G - 7

GLO DAY SPA

PUSPA AYU SPA

Nail Art & Salon Kunti Plaza Jl. Kunti 119 Seminyak info@glo-day-spa.com : 738689 Seminyak Map G -7 Jl. Danau Poso, Sanur, Bali. reservationsanur@glo-day-spa. com : 0361-282826 Sanur Map L - 4

@Bali Ayu Hotel : 0361-731263 Seminyak Map D - 2

la beaute Enter a world of Beauty and Relaxation Jl. Pengubengan Kauh No. 18 Kerobokan : 0361-8476074 Seminyak Map B - 8

MALE MASSAGE A Special massage from a Dream Boy

: 0361-755455 Map A - 6

REBORN HEALTHCARE “Tui Na” Therapeutic Massage Pertokoan Dewa Ruci A.1 Jl. Sunset Simpang Siur, Kuta : 0361-76 71 71 or 766 744 Wanna be REBORN? Come to Us! Kuta Map G - 8

SICILLIA SPA Jl. Double six, Seminyak : 0361-736292 Seminyak Map K - 4

Sweet Orange SPA Jl. Dewi Sri, Kuta Komplek Lotus Kav. 3-5

STUDIO 5 SALON & SPA CURE Nail art & Jeweled nails, Head spa Ruko Goza Plaza Jl. Abimanyu, Dhyana Pura : 0361-738730 Seminyak Map H - 4

SUNSET PILATES STUDIO Reshape,rebalance,reform Jl Dewi Sri No.98 Legian Kelod (off sunset road) : 0361-7914127

TALAGA SPA Graha Ganesa Blok A,B,C Jl. Dewi Sri Lc 16 Sunset Road, Kuta Bali-Indonesia : 0361-8733831

The ROYAL Spa Bali Jl. Mahendradatta 11 - 15 Denpasar – Bali : 0361 - 7839646

The Spa Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66 Seminyak – Bali : 0361 - 730573 Fax : 0361 - 730518 Seminyak Map I - 4


bali accomModation log on www.beatmag.com for full reviews and contact details of reasonably priced bali accommodation.

kuta

seminyak

All Seasons Legian Bali

Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa Bali

Jl. Padma Utara, Legian, Bali : 0361-767688 or 0807-1-777-777 info@allseasonslegian.com | www.allseasonslegian.com Kuta Map A - 2

Jl. Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura) Seminyak – Bali : 0361-737773 E-mail : bali@anantara.com

Amaris Hotel

Jl Double Six : 0361-733486

Jl. Padma Utara, Legian, Bali : 0361-756 021 Fax : 0361-755 090 E: bali.legian@amarishotel.com | www.amarishotel.com Kuta Map A - 1

Bliss Wayan Hotel

Bali Subak

Jl Petitenget 99X info@baliayuhotel.com Jl Legian Kaja Beach : 0361-730289

Kuta Map B-5

CLIO

Grand Istana Rama

Seminyak Jl Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Bali, 80361 special rate for deluxe room Studio Twin Studio : 0361-752208 IDR 900k nett valid for domestic market, Deluxe www.grandistanarama.com KITAS & KIM must show valid ID Card Kuta D-2

La Walon Bungalows

www.cliobali.com Rp 550,000 night Loft 1 Rp 650,000 night Loft 2 Rp 750,000 night Loft 3

Rp 120.000 Rp 130.000

Rp 950,000 night Rp 950,000 night Rp 1,050,000 night

Favehotel Seminyak

Poppies Lane 1 : 0361-757234 0361-765896

Single fan Rp 130.000 Double fan Rp 160.000 Single a/c Rp 160.000 Double a/c Rp 225.000

Jl Padma Legian : 0361-751182

Std Single a/c Double a/c Deluxe Single Double

Poppies Lane 1 : 0361-754944

Single a/c Double a/c

Rp 100.000 Rp 150.000

Single Double

$ 25.00 $ 36.00

Legian Village Hotel Lima Satu Cottages Un’s Hotel

Jl BeneSari 16 Legian : 0361-757409

Rp 140.000 Rp 180.000 Rp 250.000 Rp 300.000

Jalan Abimanyu ( Dyana Pura ) No.9 A, Seminyak Bali - Indonesia : 0361-739 000 F : 0361- 730 476 Website : seminyak.favehotels.com Seminyak Map I - 5

Kumala

Jl Werkudara Legian : 0361-732186

Pelangi Bali Hotel Jl Dhyana Pura : 0361-730346

Puri Naga

Jl Double Six : 0361-730761

Puri Duyung Hotel

Single fan $ 17.00 Double fan $ 20.00 Single a/c $ 30.00 Double a/c $ 35.00

Sayang Maha Mertha

Jl Melasti /Lebak Bene : 0361-751249

Single fan Double fan Single a/c Double a/c

$ 8.00 $ 10.00 $ 25.00 $ 30.00

The 1O1 Legian

Jl. Legian No. 117, Badung Bali, Indonesia : +62 361 3001 101 | Fax : +62 361 3002 101 www.the101bali.com Kuta Map D - 5

The Banjar Bali

Jl. Raya Kuta No. 46A, Banjar Abian Base-Kuta : 0361-757725 | www.thebanjarbali.com Kuta F-8

ubud

Jl. Dhyana Pura No. 15X www.puriduyung.com

Standard Superior Deluxe

Rp 175.000 Rp 200.000 Rp 250.000

Single/Double Deluxe

$ 90.00 $ 110.00

Standard Deluxe

Rp 300.000 Rp 400.000

Standart Room a/c Rp 200.000 Delux a/c Rp 250.000

Semara Resort and Spa

Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak : 0361-847661 Seminyak Map E - 1

Sentosa Private Villas And Spa, Bali

Jl. Pura Telaga Waja, Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali 80361, Indonesia Phone: +62 361 730 333 | Fax: +62 361 737 111 Website: www.balisentosa.com Seminyak Map E - 1

The Green Room Seminyak

Jl. Camplung Tanduk Gang Puri Kubu 63b 80361 Seminyak – Kuta , Bali - Indonesia

The Breezes Bali Resort & Spa

Jl. Camplung Tanduk 66, Seminyak , Kuta - Bali Phone : 0361- 730573 Fax : 0361- 733 018 info@thebreezesbali.com | www.thebreezesbali.com

Villa Diana Bali

Uma ubud

Jl Kresna, Legian Deluxe Room | Luxury Room email: villadiana@dianagrouphotel.com : 0361-7441282/7451600

Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Banjar Lungsiakan Kedewatan, Ubud Gianyar 80571Bali Indonesia : 0361 972448 www.uma.ubud.como.bz

Villa Kresna Tropical Jl Sarinande 19 : 0361-730317

Aston Legend Villas

Villas from Opening Rate fr

Standard Suite

W Retreat & Spa Bali Seminyak

sanur

Jl Cemara 33 : 0361-270567

Small fan Large fan

Kawasan Wisata Tanah Lot, Kediri - Tabanan Bali, Indonesia email: cocohoteloprmgr@cocogroupbali.com : 0361- 819 158 / 0819 167 38488

Boutique Hotel & Spa Jl. Melasti 3 Kuta : +62 361 747 2687 | www.jocelynebali.com Kuta Map B - 4

Jl Melasti /Lebak Bene Legian : 0361-752281

Standard room / Pool Villas Superior Room

Coco Hotel

Jocelyne

Puri Tanah Lot

Rp 150.000

Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas Blue Ocean

Jl. Sriwijaya 88 Legian, Bali : + 62 361 767 222 : + 62 361 762 100

Standard a/c

$ 300.00 $ 117.00

$ 49.00 $ 69.00

Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia : 0361- 738 106 www.whotels.com/baliseminyak Seminyak Map D - 1


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beat down

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he focus of the Beat Down party presented by The Beat Jakarta at Otel Lobby last weekend was on the fashion show presented by the birthday girl, Tutus Kurniati and her celebrity Jakarta friends sashaying elegantly down the red catwalk in a collection of Italian summer inspired kebayas. With drinks from the sponsors Ciroc Vodka (somewhere), a few snacks and tunes from Mikey Moran and later Jeremy Jay, Otel Lobby proved to be quite the spot for fun, games and pre-clubbing drinks. And where’s the next Beat Down or Beat Up Party you may ask? Good question, we’ll let you know soon.


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The Beat Lex BBQ Groove out

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he Beat was back at Liquid Exchange last Sunday afternoon with The 8th edition of The Sunset BBQ Party at Lex in Epicentrum Walk, Kuningan. Beats were supplied by Venus in Transit guest DJ, Lee Getts with an eclectic mix of deep dance goodies which had the mutli-aged and faceted participants grooving in the aisles with their dishes of BBQ goodness. The New Year energy is looking good.



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