Hottest New Things in Bali: 14 October 2019

Oct 14, 2019
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Here’s a sneak peek on what to see, do, and experience in Bali this week. Our full list is available here: Whats hot in Bali this week


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SIPPY SATURDAYS PRESENTS MO'FUNK

Glitterbox’s Ibiza resident Mo’Funk will be dishing out some seriously dope house beats and disco grooves by the pool at Mrs Sippy this Saturday, 19 October 2019. Come prepared to party hard—he’s going to bring his A-game, blending that Ibiza sound with some Bali flavour.


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SCORE PERKS AT THE KAYON JUNGLE RESORT BY PRAMANA

If you’re after a luxurious nature retreat in Bali, you’ll want to add this to your list. The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana offers an intimate selection of suites and villas surrounded by beautiful rice terraces and lush jungle, plus top-notch personal services. Book a minimum of 2 nights in a Jungle Suite through us and get incredible inclusions like daily brekkie, yoga classes, high teas, and more.


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UNI RESTAURANT & BAR

This Canggu newbie just opened this October and we’re already loving it. The self-described “casual fine diner” serves up fresh, locally-sourced ingredients elevated through Japanese and French influences. Think decadent crab lasagna served with soft herbs, ginger emulsion and lobster bun, and savoury doughnuts accompanied by brandade and beetroot. Don’t even get us started on their impressive array of sake, wine, and homemade creative concoctions.


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PISON UBUD 

Synonymous with great coffee, live music, and an equally addictive Asian-Western fusion menu that mixes the best of Bali with Sydney faves, Pison now brings all of that to the heart of Ubud. Yep, they’re offering all your favourites, from the signature Espresso Avocado made from house-roasted Sumatran beans, to the classic affogato, a popular choice during Bali’s hot steamy days.







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