As one of Bali's most respected fashion retailers, Chenti Pangesthi from the Simple Koncept Store (SKS) shares her favourite local restaurants and nightlife places in Bali.
BEST HOTELS Whether you’re looking to relax at a hotel on the beach, escape into the wilds of the jungle or party late into the night, Bali is a magical destination that offers many beautiful hotels & resorts for everyone. Here are a few of our favourite places to stay in Bali right now:
1. The Best Resort - Como Shambhala Estate, Ubud
2. The Best Design Hotel - Anantara Seminyak Resort
3. The Best New Resort - Karma Kandara
BEST RESTAURANTS Bali’s restaurant scene is characterised by an eclectic mix of glamourous fine dining restaurants, globally-inspired trendy restaurants, local Indonesian “warung” eating houses and casual international cafes. Here is our selection of some of the best restaurants in Bali right now:
1. The Best Restaurant - Sarong Restaurant
2. The Best Fine Dining - Metis Restaurant
3. The Best Local Cafe - Warung Ibu Oka
BEST NIGHTLIFE Bali’s nightlife scene offers a mix of glamourous beachfront lounge bars, trendy cocktail & champagne bars, authentic local cafes and several late-night clubs for the party crowd which offer fantastic beachfront views. Here is our selection of some of the best nightlife places in Bali:
1. The Best Beach Bar - Ku De Ta
2. The Best Poolside Bar - Hu'u Bar
3. The Best Wine Bar - Sip Wine Bar
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A. Seminyak - Seminyak is one of the most jet-set destinations in Bali, where you’ll discover an exotic mix of luxury beachfront resorts, local shopping boutiques, and a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene.
B. Ubud - Ubud is the cultural heartland of Bali, where you’ll find spectacular landscape of lush green jungles, soaring mountains and verdant rice paddy fields which cascade down the mountains edge.
C. Jimbaran Bay - Jimbaran Bay is a popular beach town and fishing village in the southern area of Bali where you’ll find an exotic mix of exclusive 5-star luxury hotels & resorts mixed in with a vibrant local scene of local seafood warungs on the beach.
D. Mount Agung - Mount Agung is Bali’s highest volcanic in the eastern area of Bali which soars to heights of 3,148 meters, and last erupted in 1963 where the lava flows narrowly missed Bali’s most sacred temple, Pura Besakih, which is located on the mountain’s edge.
E. Kuta - This tacky, touristy area is generally best avoided unless you want to indulge in some bargain shopping, where you’ll find Bali’s tourist masses.
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