Mozaic Beach Club
Jl. Raya Sanggingan. Tel: +62361975768
A new classic beach venue in Bali, Mozaic Beach Club at Batu Belig already boasts a burgeoning reputation as a quality spot for cocktails and more. Sunset is the time for drinks on deck; then to the restaurant for some legendary and fabulous food from Chef James.
Prima Medika Hospital (Outpost)
Banjar Nyuh Kuning, Mas. Tel: +62361972374 www.primamedika.com
A hospital favoured among longtime expats, Prima Medika’s main facility is in Denpasar, approx 45 minutes by car. Open from 8am-8pm.
Sayan Aesthetic Institute
Jl. Penestanan, Sayan. Tel: +62361972648 www.aestheticbali.com
Bali joins the rest of the world on the age reversal, rejuvenation and appearance optimization stage. Sayan Aesthetic Institute, an Australian-developed aesthetic clinic located on the stunning grounds of a luxury resort in Sayan, offers all visitors to Bali the complete range of one visit procedures. Also on the beauty enhancement side, the high-tech dental studio is a must. CEREC from SIRONA Germany is a world leader in beautiful, restorative dentistry and most procedures can be done in one visit. Compare the cost of treatments in other Asia Pacific destinations and you will find yourself pleasantly surprised. A recent addition is a women’s medical spa offering ozone treatments, basic pre-med check ups and a variety of feminine hygiene treatments.
Beduur Restaurant Cooking Class
Ubud Hanging Gardens, Payangan. Tel: +62361982700 www.ubudhanginggardens.com
Part nature walk, part culinary experience. Walk along the Ayung River and up to a village where the locals grow spices and vegetables. Then come to what is described as the hotel’s ‘indigenous outdoor kitchen’, located amongst the rice fields. The chef will inform and guide you through the creation of three traditional recipes (which will also be your lunch!) A gentle wander back to the hotel grounds with views of Mount Batukaru is as much of a gift as the recipes you created that day.
Bumbu Bali Restaurant
Jl. Suweta No. 1. Tel: +62361974217 www.bumbubaliresto.com
Half-day cooking programs with Balinese chefs teaching a wide variety of traditional island food.
Casa Luna Cooking Classes
Jl. Raya Ubud. Tel: +62361977409 www.casalunabali.com
Join Casa Luna’s own Janet De Neefe and team and discover the exotic spices and ingredients of Balinese food. Explore cooking techniques, alternative ingredients and fascinating kitchen myths of this unique culture. Each session includes a lavish Balinese feast with complete class notes. Guests of the Honeymoon Guesthouses receive a 10% discount on all cooking classes.
Kupu Kupu Barong
Kedewatan. Tel: +62361975478 www.kupubarongubud.com
Balinese cooking secrets revealed in one of Ubud’s most charming resorts. Learn to cook a classic three-course Balinese meal of Soto Udan, Pepes Ikan and Dadar Gulung which make up the delicious lunch to follow.
Maya Ubud’s Cooking Class
Jl. Gunung Sarim Peliatan, Ubud. Tel: +62361977888 www.mayaubud.com
In one easy hour, Maya Ubud’s master chefs will teach you five traditional Balinese dishes and then invite you for lunch. Take home a complimentary recipe book to continue your Balinese culinary education.
Mozaic’s The Workshop
Jl Raya Sanggingan, Ubud. Tel: +62361975768 www.mozaic-bali.com
So not your average cooking class! Award-winning chef Chris Salans (think Table du Monde) will invite you into his ultra-modern Miele kitchen where you can choose to take a workshop that will enhance your culinary craft in either local or Mozaic-style cuisine. The Workshop space is also open to Chef’s dinners and private cocktail parties.
The Secret Garden Cooking School
Penestanan Kaja. Tel: +62361979395 www.balisecretgarden.com
One and two-day hands-on intensive courses will allow you to learn, understand and appreciate Balinese cooking at its best.
Jl. Raya Tebongkang-Sayan. Tel: +62361978250 www.omangallery.com
‘Modern Art – Design – Ethnic – Antiques’ aptly describes this well laid-out gallery shop – from antiques or lamps to knick knacks there is something for all kinds of interiors. Situated on the hill that leads to cocktails or culture – just steps away from Naughty Nuri’s and the Neka Museum. You’ll find a wide range of arts and antiques of Indonesia, from temple artifacts to teak furniture, original as well as reproduction made to order using only special aged teak wood
Jl. Hanoman #44B, 106.786141. Tel: +62361970581 www.tegungalleri.com
Like Aladdin’s cave, the Tegun Galeri unfolds before your eyes with magic in room after room of exotic treasures. There are carvings, textiles, masks, furniture, jewelry and an infinity of finely hand-crafted collectibles. Woodcrafting for the home and garden are also a feature here. A unique collection of inspiring traditional Folk art from across the archipelago. Each item also has a history of where it came from and how the traditional art form each region came about. An enchanting place to visit.
Threads of Life
Indonesian Textile Art Center, Jl. Kajeng 24. Tel: +62361972187 www.threadsoflife.com
While Threads of Life Gallery mostly displays and sells natural dyed traditional textiles made by the 1200 weavers on the 11 islands that Threads of Life works with, the gallery also features a variety of fine crafts made by traditional artisans, including fine traditional basketry, pottery along with homewares such as pillows and tablerunners, and wearable art.