Adding to Bali's white sand, blue water aesthetic comes AZUL Beach Club, an all-encompassing epicurean experience, where the cocktails are playful & bold, the menu is unique and fresh.
You can hang and sun tan on the lawn from 11am onwards, while you watch the long board surfers slide along the Canggu waves, directly out front of the premises. Order bites and a carafe of sangria to share as you slip into another beautiful Bali sunset. Move indoors to wine and dine with your loved ones, and stay late into the night with cocktails and delicious food. What was lacking in Canggu before, is lacking no more. Sunday Sundowns have been taken to a whole new level, where casual meets classy and the ocean meets The Lawn.
The Savage Kitchen is another great location for you to check out in Canggu. One to add to your list of venues to visit in Canggu
Panama Kitchen & Pool is another great location for you to check out in Canggu. One to add to your list of venues to visit in Canggu
A new all in one cafe, working space and a bar in Berawa. A perfect place to hang out, dine in, relax, and work. A high speed fibre optic internet is available with several options of usage for co-working space.Â
Located within the estate of Bali’s renowned villa resort The edge, oneeighty° is a celebration of sophisticated beach culture set 500ft above the Indian Ocean. This game-changing cliff-top club is built alongside a series of cascading ponds, spilling into a jaw-dropping glass-bottom sky pool which extends 6 metres over the edge of the cliff. Guests of oneeighty° can relax on the cliff-side VIP deck, recline on a sunbed in the sand lounge or take a table at the enclosed bar, all overlooking the most breathtaking 180° panorama imaginable. By day, the menu reads like a playful ode to classic beachside food, prepared by renowned Balinese Executive Chef Nyoman Suasa, previously Sous Chef at The Beverley Wilshire on Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles. By night, the mood…
Nestled amongst the coco palms and glassy swells of Seminyak, Bali, lives the tropical oasis known as MOTEL MEXICOLA. Put your thinking shoes on and envision the lovechild of 1960s Acapulco and Ricky Ricardo (from "I Love Lucy") on a belly full of Huichole endorsed Peyote and seven lashings of Mezcal. Hopefully, you are not thinking of a motel in Miami with an all you can eat buffet?! Rest assured we are not your average Motel and if you want to sleep over, then try your luck. Renowned Veracruzano "Jarocho" chef, Steven Skelly brings his "espirítu salvaje" to the plate and straight into your cake hole. With modern takes on "Comida Mexicana" traditional plates, to modern attacks on humble tasty street food and morsels. This is…
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