Oh, to live that Bali life, eh? Whether you’re a first time visitor or have been roaming around this magical island for awhile, this guide is for you. From bars to restaurants to events and exhibitions, this list includes a plethora of suggestions for you to live your Bali life to the fullest. We update this page every Thursday – so feel free to bookmark it.
Savaya weekend with DJ Marlo
Previously known as Omnia, this Uluwatu venue has marked another weekend of special guests on their Instagram calendar. Have a drink overlooking the gorgeous cliffside as DJ Marlo sets the atmosphere this Friday. Make your weekend complete, as Saturday brings along Late Nite Tuff Guy, and on Sunday, the Southern Tribe featuring Sun El Musician.
Mewali Festival by Mari Beach Club
Mari Beach Club’s Mewali Festival showcases its three Cs: culture, creativity, and culinary accompanied by live music. Indulge yourself in the Mixmag Asia showcase on Friday, live music from DJ Harry Romero on Saturday, topped with the Mewali closing party on Sunday, with workshops for healing and intricate batik creation.
Celebrate creativity at the Rise of Indonesian Artists exhibition
A collaboration between Terupa by TAT, Robomot, and Superlative Secret Society. This exhibition is taking place at the Superlative gallery, featuring creations from TAT Art Space, digital NFTs from Robomot, and many others. Spend time with like-minded creatives on the talk show happening this Saturday, or indulge yourself in the venue’s crafts.
Sanur Village Festival
The annual beach festival is back in full swing, bringing you the perfect swirl of culture and entertainment for the weekend. Enjoy delectable food from the bazaar, watch the international kite festival as colors flood the clear skies, or give a helping hand at the beach cleans. The festival nights are tied together with a wide range of performances on the main stage, with dances and music from a wide variety of artists from all around the island.
‘LELAKI JANGAN MENANGIS’ ART EXHIBITION
Check out the art exhibition titled Lelaki Jangan Menangis (Don’t Cry, Men) presented by Titik Dua x Lanö Art Project and produced by the latter. The art exhibition aims to respond to the patriarchy and masculine cultures in many aspect of our lives. The event runs until Aug. 28.