March 28, 2018

Bali Spirit Festival (2 – 8 April)

Timed nicely after Easter, here it is, one of the most famous festivals in Bali! Yoga, music and dance from around the world will be celebrated in this week-long festival which really has something for everyone. More than 200 seminars and classes are available each day, from personal development to health and well-being. Food, shows and entertainment are happening every minute the festival is open. Check out the website below for times, events and the cost as there are different prices depending on how many days you plan to visit. This is where passion, talent, inspiration and the community gather for a week long extravaganza like no other.

Where     : Ubud

Contact   :


Belly Dance Night (29 March)


If you are planning a journey up to the north of the island then this is going to be well worth booking. If you live in the north part then this is so close. From the ancient shores of North Africa to Bali an evening of belly dancing is guaranteed to transport you into another world with belly dancing in its finest form. Belly dancing takes place in many different forms depending on the country. Costumes vary but are bound to capture the undivided attention of the audience. Entertainment will accompany dinner.

When       : 7 pm

Where     : Spice Beach Club, Jl Raya Singaraja Seririt No 225, Kaliasem, Lovina

Contact   : 085 100012666


Easter Fun Day (1 April)

This is another fun event for the kids and young at heart. Easter arts and crafts, face painting, games, Easter egg hunt and more on offer for children that will keep them happy and busy as they celebrate this special day. The Sprout café on the premises will serve delicious Easter snacks and drinks

When       : 4 – 7 pm

Where     : The Garden Early Learning Centre, Jl Raya Semat 18A, Canggu

Contact   : 8585 7222941


Easter Sunday Market (1 April)

This market will definitely entice children to go along and enjoy all that Easter has to offer. An Easter bunny will be hiding eggs around the market so children must bring their Easter baskets to collect egg treasure. An eclectic mix of stalls will sell products consisting of clothing, beauty products, housewares, handicraft and lots more. The sort of stuff that you would expect at a Sunday market and always a great place to stock up on presents while grabbing a few bargains. There is a lot for the kids to do with face painting and many games. A Tarot card reader will be present ready to tell you what is pictured on the cards for you. Of course, any event wouldn’t be the same without some entertainment which will be brought to you by DJs Utha and Krisna. It really is a family event so bring everyone along for a fabulous Easter event.

When       : from 3 pm

Where     : Sea Vu Play, Jl Petitenget, Seminyak

Contact   : 473579


Flamingo Race (31 March)

This is a charity event organized by the Solemen. Yayasan Solemen Indonesia is a registered non-profit foundation formed in 2010 to raise awareness and provide funds to support the disadvantaged in Bali. Solemen’s first walk to raise awareness was a 535 km barefoot around Bali holding health education checks and presentations in schools, orphanages and villages together with a medical team from Anak Anak, Bali. These guys definitely deserve our support! The community is invited to go along to the biggest ‘floaties’ race in Indonesia, join in or simply make a donation to this worthy cause. We wish the Solemen the best of luck on their latest venture.

When       : 2 pm – 7 pm

Where     : Hard Rock Hotel, Jl Pantai, Kuta


Kid’s Day Camp (2 – 6 April)

In a single day at the camp, children will be able to experience the Green School and learn the basics of sustainability and leadership. The programme is aimed at exploring and enhancing environmental awareness, self-confidence and resilience outdoors and leadership as well as teamwork skills throughout the camp. This is a great day out for children and the opportunity to learn valuable, transferrable skills that will serve themselves and others as well as learn the tools that will help to make an impact on the environment that will contribute towards making the world a better place. Do check out the comprehensive website for further details. A family camp is also available from 30 March to 1 April with further details at the website below.

Where     : The Green School, Jl Raya Sibang Kaja, Banjar Seren, Abiensemal

Contact   :


Naughty Easter Bunny (1 April)

A naughty Easter bunny does sound like a bunny for adults only but there are plenty of treats going on down at the Kids Club. From 10 am, kids can enjoy Easter egg hunting, crab hunting and crab races, lunch at 12.30, pass the egg games, a very special appearance by the Easter bunny himself followed by a magic show and a balloon twister. That takes care of the kids! Now for the adults! You can get into the groove in the afternoon from 1 pm with Fran Tinez followed by Silicone Soul and then Jon Sa Trinxa taking you through the evening and all the way until the very end. Food, honey bunny cocktails, wine-paired seafood dinners and down on the beach suckling BBQ lamb will appeal to the appetite. Easter bunny dirty dancing and lots more will keep you active and entertained from the moment you walk through the door. Karma Beach Club has everyone covered for an awesome Easter!

When       : from 9 am – 10 pm

Cost         : IDR 500,000 (includes IDR300,000 food and beverage credit)

Where     : Karma Beach Bali, Jl Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan

Contact   : 8482205


Salsa Night (29 March and 5 April)

If you are a fan of anything Mexican then this venue is definitely worth a visit just to enjoy food from the Mexican food stall. Live music and salsa are the entertainment for the evening with 2 for 1 Margaritas and Mojitos. The atmosphere is fun and the dance floor gets busy! Artotel is a venue worth checking out with a stylish restaurant and bar.

When       : 7 pm

Where     : Artotel, Jl Kusuma Sari No 1, Sanur

Contact   : 4721000


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