Bali Eats

Gourmet Garage has long been the major produce supplier to the best restaurants and hotels in Bali. The Jimbaran premises have been continually updated by the Lotus Group over recent years and are now an amazing place to visit. The small café at the front has always been popular for a coffee during shopping trips […]

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Bali Eats

Aperitif, the fine diniong restaurant at Ubud’s The Viceroy continues to present interesting and different dining options. This time it is a one night marriage between Kilo Bali and Aperitif. Kilo originates in Singaopore but has since spread to Jakarta and Bali [Jln. Drupaadi].Owners Joshua and Javier have American –Puerto Rican backgrounds and present a […]

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BaliCore: Relief for Remote Villages

Lucky readers who are perusing this issue of the Bali Advertiser, poolside in Canggu, or in an Ubud home office overlooking a grove of shimmering palms. You did it! You found a way to get fresh coconuts for a song, you’re surfing beautiful breaks, and maybe you’re having a tough time not gloating about it […]

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Dr. Angga Joins Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset

On February 22, 2021, Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset [RCBUS] welcomed its newest member, Dr. Angga. He was sponsored by Sue Bishop. The entire membership is pleased to welcome him into our Rotary Club. Dr. Angga was born in Surabaya, Java, the second largest city in Indonesia and the capital of East Java. From 2002-2006, […]

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How Do 14 Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset Members Synchronize Projects With Over 1,2 Million Other Rotary International Members?

Rotary International, with over 1,2 million members worldwide, focuses its action on 7 areas: peace and conflict prevention/resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy, economic and community development, and protecting the environment. So how do 14 Balinese and expat members of Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset […]

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Local News

Bali governor designates Ubud, Sanur, and Nusa Dua as COVID-19 ‘green zones’ for foreign tourists Three popular tourist destinations in Bali have officially been designated “green zones,” the governor announced yesterday, as Indonesia appears to be moving forward with plans to reopen the island to foreign visitors in the near future. As previously hinted, officials […]

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Local News

Bali Has Three Phase Plan To Reopen Borders For Tourism By August Bali government officials expect to reopen international borders by August of this year. The plan consists of three phases: The first is the mass distribution of vaccines; the second, preparing tracing and testing applications; and the third is arranging quarantine accommodations. The Head […]

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Planning a Financial Recovery From Covid-19

The deserted streets, empty hotels and closed businesses have become a familiar sight in Bali and other places around the world that rely heavily on tourism for survival. Initially there was disbelief, then for a short time, hope that the pandemic would be short-lived. But soon reality set in and many despaired that this situation […]

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Stunning Floors

Terrazzo is used extensively as an attractive, hardwearing floor surface in places such as banks, hotels, railway stations, supermarkets, public buildings and private homes all across the world. While mostly used for floors, terrazzo is a versatile material often used in Indonesia for walls, kitchen benchtops, washbasins, shower cubicles, baths, planter boxes and tubs, tables, […]

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