Chapung Se Bali Resort, Keliki, Ubud, a stunning retreat located high in hills above Ubud, unveils Junglefish, restaurant, pool, deck and bar. Inspired by all things organic, the man behind the vision is the elusive owner, Niki Nasr, a furniture designer who has a taste for Scandinavian design who isn't afraid to take risks when it comes to building. Together, Nasr and his architect friend Rob Sample, an Australian who now calls Bali home, created an aesthetic so unique, that design unfolds naturally resulting in a space that lends itself to be experienced by all who admire beauty and style.
Ubud – On Saturday, 11th April 2015, CasCades Restaurant hosted the inaugural Ubud Chefs’ Collaboration Lunch with great success, having sold out well in advance. The event gathered executive chefs from Ubud’s top 6 restaurants to showcase the area as a culinary destination. There was an emphasis on social responsibility and giving back to the Ubud community with Rp. 30 million going to Kupu Kupu Foundation, who help children with disabilities in the Ubud area.
Wow... it is really a new culinary delight. Have tried to taste the menu becoming the favorite of the king of Bangli? If you have not, it is not mistaken to come to Bangli. Bangli being famous for its cool weather, in fact retains a lot of cultural treasures, including culinary delights. One of the dishes becoming the favorite food for the king of Bangli in ancient times was the dashing chicken.
For those who want to enjoy brunch and dinner with a lover or with family in a special atmosphere, try pampering your appetite at Soleil Restaurant located at The Mulia Resort & Villas - Nusa Dua, Bali. The restaurant operating under a five-star hotel is now launching its Family-Style Dinner.
Ketongkol is a food commonly consumed by rural communities. It is synonymous with Nyepi Day because this favorite food becomes family food during the abstinence or implementation of catur brata penyepian. Ketongkol is almost similar to rice bag (non-perishable), since during the implementation of four abstinences devotees must perform amati geni (turning no lamp and lighting no fire), amati karya (no working), amati lelungan (no traveling) and amati lelanguan (no entertainment or enjoyment).
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