In Bali, Art (and Nature) is Life.

About Bali

Handmade art is everywhere you turn when visiting this extraordinarily beautiful corner of the world.  Along with breathtaking canyons, waterfalls, sea temples and caves; both plush and rustic accommodations, including cliff-side villas, bamboo treehouses, and safari lodges; and some of the world’s most spellbinding infinity pools, Bali is rich with undiscovered geological sights accessed only by those daring enough to wander off the well-worn tourist trail. There are also plenty of extreme sports for those who can’t sit still, as well as hiking paths and long stretches of beach for those who like their nature, and holiday, a little less physically adventurous. Bali’s indigenous, sweet and savory street food is also not to be missed. Exotic spices, succulent meats, fried concoctions with bananas or rice, and our favorite on-the-go grab, satay—are all made with local ingredients and undeniably mouthwatering. Everything in Bali will arouse each one of your senses; it’s just that pretty. For a sneak peek, take a look at the fun video Chloe made after her trip to Bali.

What to do in Bali

Entertainment & Events

OmbakBali Surf Film Festival

Sept. 13-15

A 3-day festival celebrating the year’s best surf documentary features, action films, shorties, animations and art. All screenings are free of charge and take place open-air, under the stars next to the sandy shores of Canggu beach in Bali, Indonesia. All films at the festival are World, International or Asian premieres.

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The 3rd Annual Bali Vegan Festival

Oct. 6-8

Taking place in Ubud, Bali, this unique festival unites world-class vegan chefs, yoga teachers, healers, musicians, comedians, environmentalists and vegan lifestyle enthusiasts from all walks of life and all across the globe. Open to vegans and the vegan curious, the community-minded festival will celebrate all things cruelty free and aims to unite the community and spread a message of kindness, compassion and love for animals and the earth.

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Dining and Shopping

Resto Apung

Located on the shore of Lake Batur in Kintamani, Resto Apung offers beautiful views, a serene ambiance and Indonesian cuisine that’s simple, healthy and ridiculously affordable. The only right choice is to eat on the gazebo, which is built on a platform that skims the lake’s surface, connected to the restaurant by a walkway.

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Promise yourself that one day, you will wake up in Bali.



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