In the streets: Jalan Petitenget

In the streets: Jalan Petitenget

By Janet Nicol/Instagrams by Janet Nicol and Mirjam De Ruiter. In the heart of Seminyak, bordering on Kerobokan, lies a two-kilometer long and winding street called Jalan Petitenget (petty-teng-it). As central Seminyak shows clear signs of having passed its heyday,...
Annapurna

Annapurna

Words and photos by Alison Bone SET on a quiet back street in Sanur, Annapurna is a welcoming and informal space for gathering, playing mu- sic and inspiring creativity. At its heart is the notion that food is for sharing and to this end, it is the first café in Bali...
Cash for trash

Cash for trash

By Amit Janco ONE Friday evening in the middle of November, I was waiting for Startup Weekend to begin. Startup Weekends—a meeting place for digital entrepreneurs to launch start-ups around the globe, in cities like Auckland, Amman, Tokyo, Washington and Ulaan Baatar....
A day in Bali to EAT RICE

A day in Bali to EAT RICE

By Clare Harrison | Cover photograph by Glenn Chickering       Rice may be the food of the gods in Bali but it’s the maligned enemy of low carbohydrate dieters in the West. And few recent fad diets have put rice on centre stage, with the exception of...
In the streets: Sanur

In the streets: Sanur

  Written by Sam Rice | Photographs by Mirjam De Ruiter and Richard Rice       SANUR was traditionally overlooked as an inspiring and innovative destination. Nick named ‘snore’, it was an unlikely contender for Bali’s‘ must visit’ towns.Once...
A day in bali

A day in bali

By Wendy Kassel | Cover photograph by Carol Da Silva We’ve all experienced too much stress as a result of too many family obligations, looking after an elder parent, a newborn baby, 60+ hour work week, and of course the one that tops the list, financial worries....