UBUD: Taste some of Indonesia’s best food at the Ubud Food Festival
Stuff your face at the Ubud Food Festival, a three-day event bringing you the many rich flavors from around the archipelago, fresh local produce, and culinary stars on the rise and those already well established. This year’s theme is “Generasi Inovasi,” which will highlight innovative and sustainable ideas in Indonesia’s food industry.
When: Friday, April 13 to Sunday, April 15
Where: Various venues across Ubud with festival hub, Taman Kuliner (Jl. Ray a Sanggingan)
ULUWATU: Lap up the good vibes in Bukit
Head to Drifter on Friday the 13th for some live music by Samuel J on his No Plastic Oceans Tour, whose sound has been hailed as heavy, soulful, and breathless by BBC.
When: Friday, April 13, doors open at 6pm
Where: Drifter Surf Shop and Cafe Uluwatu, Jl. Labuan Sait
SANUR: Drink all the drinks
Artotel has kicked off the “first and longest all you can drink cocktail offer in Bali ever!” That means free flow cocktails for IDR125k (US$9) for two hours, which also includes bites and live music performances. Bang for your buck right there.
When: Friday, April 13, 6-8pm
Where: Artotel Sanur, Jl. Kusuma Sari no. 1
BUKIT: Celebrate Songkran, Bali style
If you can’t make it to Thailand for Songkran, no worries because Karma is bringing Songkran to Bali. Celebrating the Thai New Year will be a beach party full of dancing, drinking, dining, and dousing.
When: Saturday, April 14, doors open 9am
Where: Karma Beach Club
Entry: Regular entrance of IDR500k (US$36) which includes IDR300k (US$21) of f&b credit
CANGGU: Rock out at Deus’ backyard
The Ruiins, an Aussie collab of raw blues and indie rock will be rocking Deus’ backyard on Friday. Drink specials will be available all night long.
When: Friday, April 13, from 7pm
Where: Deus Ex Machina, Jl. Batu Mejan no. 8
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