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20 March

4.1
12 PM

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.

21 March

4
12 PM

Elevate your wanderlust. Ulu Cliffhouse brings effortless elegance in a unique oasis to indulge the senses and cater every desire. From cutting edge design by award-winning Shed London, food by world-class South American Chef Diego Muñoz, drinks by Albie Barratt and the Operation Dagger Team as well as the legendary music producer Neil McLellan leading the in-house studio; Ulu Cliffhouse is set to become Bali’s hottest destination. Harnessing the energy and boldness from the rolling waves and vast expanse of ocean below, Ulu Cliffhouse embraces the raw natural beauty of the Bukit Peninsula with its stunning location and a design that combines intimate spaces and tantalising experiences in a cliff top playground. Not a restaurant, a hotel, or a bar and more than just the…

22 March

4.4
12 PM

Nestled in the heart of the Balinese landscape where the jungle meets the ocean, La Plancha opened its doors in 2010 and was the original (and the first) Chiringuito styled restaurant and bar in Seminyak. The brightly coloured, vintage inspired structure was designed to bring something different to Bali.