LAKA-L?K? means ?hideaway? in Balinese, is the sister restaurant of Caf? Wayan and Bakery on Monkey Forest Road, Ubud. The name ?LAKA-L?K? is appropriate since the restaurant is literally ?hidden away? between two well know places in UBUD, the famous Monkey Forest and the unique wood-carving village of Nyuh Kuning. Since it first opened, Laka-Leke has become known for its attractive, spacious design, with separate, tree-shaded pavilions offering beatiful views of gardens, lily ponds and rice fields. Fine food, friendly service, and a aromantic atmosphere in the midst of Balinese culture all serve t make Laka Leke a place to visit and experience.
Have an adventurous day out in Bali on the full day, small group tour. You will experience a 2 hour ATV ride through rice fields, local plantation, traditional villages and challenging well designed tracks in the jungle. You will have nice views of the Balinese landscape while having fun and sharing laughs with others on your tour.
Overlooking the beautiful Tjampuhan Ridge in the cultural heart of Bali, we established ourselves in 2013 with the hope of creating delicious, healthy food in a conscious and sustainable manner. We strive to be an ethical business and are recognised by the slow food movement for our environmentally aware and socially fair work practices. Our food is 100% vegetarian and we aim to be at least 104% awesome in everything we do. Many of our dishes are easily adjusted to become vegan and gluten free ? please feel free to just ask. Offering a relaxed but stylish atmosphere ? not to mention the great views ? the Elephant makes a fantastic venue for larger events and functions.
Join us to see the Klungkung's historical courthouse called Kertagosa with its artistic ceiling painting, Goa Lawah with its free-roaming bats, and the most famous mother temple of Bali called Besakih Temple just near Mt. Agung.You will be picked up from hotel and we will depart in the morning for Klungkung in the eastern part of Bali. You will get ? Read more from the booking link!
Mozaic Restaurant is a fresh oasis of ingenuity in the world of gastronomy. It is the uniqueness of the experience that has become the hallmark of its reputation, encompassing the quality of the ingredients, the perfect execution, the sheer multitude of flavours and the quality of the service, all to be enjoyed in a lush tropical setting.
Seminyak Square is a restaurants and shopping arcade which located at the main district of Seminyak, Jl. Laksamana Oberoi/ Kayu Aya, Bali. It is the first commercial area which equipped with many restaurants and branded shopping center and also a Hotel. Seminyak Square provides a comfort atmosphere for families and friends for shopping and dining experience including wide garden area with free benches and tables and also free Wi-Fi.
This happening beachside restaurant -- a Seminyak pioneer -- is lovingly referred to as 'La Looch' and looks out onto one of the prettiest stretches of Seminyak beach. The new Italian chef offers classic Mediterranean fare with a touch of Asian spice. The pan seared fillet of coral trout with pancetta, marinated artichokes, wild rocket, and preserved lemon dressing is a firm favorite. Finish with a lemon and vanilla bean souffl? and a bracing expresso. The only way to get to the restaurant is through the parking lot of the famous Petitenget Temple next door -- the laughter will lead the way. For further information booking and reservation mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the heart of Seminyak, BO$$ MAN is a badass burger joint that?s all up in your grill. We?ve carefully crafted six signature burgers with the best ingredients, featuring 60-day dry-aged chuck steaks shaped in-house daily, premium quality pork cooked low and slow over 18 hours until juicy and tender, as well as 100% homemade sauces. No bulls**t, just great quality food. Firing up the grill 17 hours a day, 7 days a week, including take away and delivery, BO$$ MAN is droppin? it like it?s hot to your crib. We?re open ?til 4am errrrrryday, because the BO$$ ain?t got no time for sleep!
Their operator's guide will pick you up from your hotel in South Bali at approx. 16.30 in the afternoon and drive to the beautiful Uluwatu Temple, which is perched 30 meters above the cliff facing the Indian Ocean, offering dramatic view of the surrounding areas. At 18.00 the Kecak Dance performance begins on a nearby stage with the setting sun as the background. Accompanied by the chanting of 50 male performers, the dance tells the love story of Rama and Shinta. They will transfer back to your hotel after the performance.
On this stunning stretch of white sandy beach on the Bukit Peninsula, every day is Sunday, and Sundays Beach Club offers a memorable experience like no other. Relax to the cool tunes and enjoy friendly Balinese service. Take out a kayak or stand up paddle board at low tide. Swim or snorkel in the crystal clear lagoon. At Sundays Beach Club restaurant, they select the freshest ingredients to create a varied menu of local, international and fusion cuisine for you to enjoy in this relaxing beachside setting. Enjoy light snacks, international menus and everything in-between. Gourmet sandwiches, burgers, seafood and fresh salads await, or grab an authentic pizza straight from the stone pizza oven, fire up the beach bonfires daily at sunset so pull up…
Indonesia invites you to experience the unsurpassed world of Ku De Ta in Seminyak, Bali, a highly acclaimed beachfront destination that has opened its doors to sun-seeking travelers from around the globe for more than a decade. Set on the Southern Coast of the island, Ku De Ta's idyllic tropical setting is an excuse to visit at any time of the year, as sunshine reigns all year round. Surrounded by the fragrance of fresh ocean water, Ku De Ta's elegantly designed spaces seamlessly transition into a lively backdrop for music, dancing, lounging and dining as the sun sets into the evening. Whether over a meal or casual cocktails, Ku De Ta's picturesque setting provides sweeping views of the cerulean Indian Ocean that will simply take…
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