The Purist Villas, Luxury Yoga Indulgence in Bali

July 29, 2017

Before this time in Bali I've stayed in many parts of the island of Gods and Goddess. Being an experienced traveller, surfer, yogi and ocean lover I used to have three big questions in my life. One, is there life on Mars? Two, is there life after death? And three, why do people love to stay in Ubud? On previous travels I've been there visiting temples and rice fields but never stayed. Well, this time I have the opportunity to find out the answer to my third question! 

As the Bali airport transfer brought me and my friend to our resort in Ubud we were immediately attracted to the cosy lobby with friendly Balinese staff. I know it's their job to smile but they really did make the welcome feel sincere and genuine. We checked in and the staff took us to our Jungle Suite.

The Purist Villas is a rather unusual resort. This eco friendly place offers modern comforts such as pool, spa, terrace for yoga, restaurant and much more, yet doesn't interfere with the spectacular Balinese culture and rustic charm. Their philosophy is pure and the visual delights that draw the mind to admire the art, canals, statues do nothing but wrap you up in the atmosphere like nothing else I've ever experienced.

Right under the lobby we saw a canal running through and have since discovered it's part of the Subak, the irrigation system that binds Balinese agrarian society together. 

When we walked into our large room the first thing that greets you is a large Batik picture, beautiful flowers and cool Balinese items all over, including amazing private pool! The integration of service and comfort made us feel like we'd come home; only we were surrounded by jungle. This was certainly not just another "hotel room". 

The hotel offers a special place on the second floor with a view over the pool to do yoga every morning; we took full advantage of this to feel a deeper connection with the atmosphere and experience. The pool looked so attractive we continued our acrobatics yoga there. 

We ate a healthy breakfast in the cafe which is located next to the second pool to refill after the mornings activity and prepare ourselves for the day of exploring our surroundings ahead.  

Ubud is a place where you become part of the Balinese ceremonies. It's perfect for Art lovers and it's also the heart of the island; from here you can easily reach most of the must-see attractions without spending exhausting hours on the road. After a day of exploring and activity it's a real treat for travellers to experience a Balinese massage right in the comfort of your own room! 

In conclusion I now understand why it is people stay in Ubud. What a truly amazing place. What's important is that you find a resort that compliments the authenticity and helps you feel the Balinese vibes and I can honestly say  The Purist Villas does just this.


Ubud is a town on the Indonesian island of Bali in Ubud District, located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. Promoted as an arts and culture centre, it has developed a large tourism industry and yoga practice.
Ubud has a population of about 30,000 people. It can be difficult for visitors to distinguish the town itself from the 13 villages that surround it.The area surrounding the town is made up of small farms, rice paddies, and dense forest.


The Yoga Barn

Opening Hours: 06:00 – 21:00 
Location: Jalan Hanoman, Padang Tegal 
Tel: +62 (0)361 970 992

Radiantly Alive

Opening Hours: 07:00 – 20:00 
Location: Jalan Jembawan 3, Padangtegal
Tel: +62 (0)361 978 055

Intuitive Flow

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 18:00 
Location: Jalan Raya Campuhan, Penestanan Kaja 
Tel: +62 (0)361 977 824

Taksu Yoga

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 17:30 
Location: Jalan Goutama Selatan 
Tel: +62 (0)361 971 490


Bali Spirit Festival 
Festival illustrates the Balinese Hindu concept of Tri Hita Karana
Ubud, Bali Apr 2 - Apr 8, 2018


The Purist Villas 
Jl. Tirta Tawar, Banjar Kutuh Kaja
80571 Ubud – Indonesia
Tel: +62 361 974454
Tel: +62 361 9000627
Tel: +62 812 3888201
Fax: +62 361 970949
The offer direct booking is the best deal value.

The Five Sacred Ceremonies in Bali

July 23, 2017

Bali is one of the islands of thousands of islands in Indonesia. Bali is famous for its attractions, such as Seminyak beach, Ubud, Nusa Dua and many more tourist spot.  In addition to nature, Bali is also famous with customs and culture. In Bali there are five sacred sacrificial ceremonies that must be done. 

The first ceremony is a sacred offering to the God, the offering with oil and grain before Lord Shiva and the God Agni in the worship of the God. Implementation of offerings to God can also be done in various forms, in daily activities can be realized into an offering ceremony by carrying out all activities based on awareness, sincerity, full responsibility and making the activity as an offering to the God

The second ceremony is the offering ceremony to the saint, that is, the offering by honoring the priest and reading the scriptures. Implementation of this ceremony as a form of gratitude for all the services that have been given by the saints. 

The third ceremony is the death ceremony in order that the deceased soul reaches the God of Shiva.The sacrificial offering to the deceased must be made to pay the debt of life to the parents and the ancestors. Without any ancestors and parents it is impossible for us to be born in this world. 

The fourth ceremony is the offering ceremony by giving food to the community which aims for the happiness of life. 

The fifth ceremony of the offering ceremony with the welfare of plants and animals in order to create peace and harmony of life in the world. In carrying out the five sacred ritual ceremonies, they should know the condition, which is based on sincerity which is accompanied by purity of heart, based on love which is manifested with sincere devotion, love to others, love to animals and love to the environment, and must be done according to ability. The purpose of this sacrifice ceremony is to purify, to improve the quality of self, as a means of connecting with God, as an expression of gratitude, and to create a harmonious life. 

From the above simple description can be concluded that in order to achieve the happiness and perfection of life then we must be willing to sacrifice some of our property. God will knit the pieces of our sacrifice and make it our way. Of course, this sacrifice must be based on love and sincerity. 

Without such a foundation a sacrificial ceremony would have no meaning. The sacrifice in this case is not only in material form, all aspects of human beings can be sacrificed as sacred sacrifices, such as; victims of mind, knowledge, speech, action, nature, and others.

Indian Tourists Love Come to Bali

July 12, 2017

This year in Bali 60% more Indian come in the Island Bali become the points of interest in Indonesia, for a international destination, Bali is the top spot in the list for Indian travellers, according to the Indian tourism board. Booking.com have tracking out the trends catching up this year during the rainy season.  27%  more trips are being made by Indians this rain season compared to last year.

Best Indian tourist destinations during this period are Goa, Manali, Mysore, Ooty, Shimla, Munnar, Kochi, Mahabaleshwar and Nainital while Havelock, Kasol, Neemrana, Silvassa and Lansdowne are few, fastest growing destination this season. Top international destinations continue to be Bali, Singapore, Thailand while the fastest growing international destinations during the monsoon period are a mix of short and long haul destinations. With highest growth seen for Bali, Krabi, Toronto, Seychelles and Seoul.

Indian now want go travellers planning their domestic holidays in Bali villas resort. Roughly 40 per cent of the travellers search for Kerala bookings. This can be derived from the serenity and
vastness offered by the beaches of Kovalam and Varkala and the lush hill retreats of Munnar and Vagamon. However Goa remains in the list of the Indian tourist during the entire season with approximately 25 per cent searches for this all year round destination.The general searches for domestic destinations have increased at an average of 30 per cent month on month.

Tourism in India is economically important and is growing rapidly. The World Travel & Tourism Council calculated that tourism generated ₹14.02 lakh crore (US$220 billion) or 9.6% of the nation's GDP in 2016 and supported 40.343 million jobs, 9.3% of its total employment. The sector is predicted to grow at an annual rate of 6.8% to ₹28.49 lakh crore (US$440 billion) by 2027 (10% of GDP)

Wisnu Statue is a Private Project

June 19, 2017

Overlooking Bali International Airport stands a hill. The top of that hill will be a gigantic copper and brass sculpture of Wisnu. Wisnu is a Hindu god. In this stature, Wisnu will be depicted riding Garuda, a mythical bird, who strongly grips a beautiful pedestal made of concrete. The statue comes in a remarkable total of $100 million thus far, and has been in development for over two and a half decades.

The project suffered many setbacks in its fruition. It endured multiple re-designs, problems with cash, and unsteady construction practices. But finally, the project seems to be in its final run as it progresses through its final stage of fitting the skin over the metal frame. The statue is predicted to be completely finished by next September.
Now that the project is in its final stages, designers, engineers, and all those involved reflect back on the challenges they faced in bringing this project to light. The initial problems were with fundraising. Since the Wisnu statue is a private project, finding funding from individuals proved difficult. There were also cost fluctuations along the way that made moving into construction impossible at the time.

Another feat was the engineering. This also had its moments of complexity and frustration, as a statue this large has never been built before. The challenges were unexplored until this point, making the engineers of the Wisnu project pioneers in their field. As the statue and his pedestal stand an incredible 120 metres tall, towering the Statue of Liberty by 30 metres, there were fears over whether Wisnu could even withstand future strong gusts, seeing as the plan is for Wisnu to last at least 100 years. 

With the project finally taking shape as it was conceived in the designer’s imagination, those involved in the massive project can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
Wind itself also posed a problem in the construction of the statue. Strong gusts of over ten knots slowed the construction timeline because cranes can’t operate if the wind is blowing strongly. Plus, maintenance workers can’t fully access the outer area of the statue because of its unusual girth. However, the team’s declared responsibilities keep them continuing strongly. Their goal is “to preserve the culture, develop it, and find new alternative cultures.”

It’s projected that the statue is going to do wonders for Indonesia and Bali’s hurting tourism industry. Indonesians hold culture very close to their heart, and for many, it’s the proudest aspect of their culture. Their creativity is what gets them through hard times when the economy struggles or tragedy erupts. Indonesians are hoping that the Wisnu statue will breathe new life into their global image, and drive tourists back to their beautiful country again for generations to come. 

Bali Drone Video Experience

February 25, 2017

Of course you have heard a lot about Bali, and you have probably heard about Uluwatu Beach. It is one of the most famous waves in the world, and now it is becoming one of the best places to party in all of Bali at the famous Single Fin Restaurant & Bar. With the Indian Ocean being the most active ocean in the world the Uluwatu surf break is blessed with perfect barreling waves almost everyday. One of the most unique ways you can experience this magic is by the aerial perspective. So feast your eyes on this Bali drone video by Indo Eye showing you an incredible tropical sunset, world-class surf, and south Bali’s number one spot to party!

Single Fin Bali Restaurant & Bar is situated Cliffside at the famous Uluwatu Beach has a two level facility with numerous bars, DJ & band areas, along with luxury lounge and bar viewing of the best panoramic ocean views Bali has to offer. The Uluwatu beach area hosts many little shops, restaurants, and even local Balinese massage services for tourists and locals to enjoy the true Bali lifestyle. The waves at Uluwatu have been famous for over 4 decades providing surfers from all over the world a premier destination for hunting the perfect surf. The way to enter the surf is through a narrow inlet cave that’s iconic to Balinese energy filled with lush vegetation, limestone natural beauty, ceremonial offerings by the Balinese, and an experience one is surely to never forget. Whether you are looking to eat a healthy delicious fruit and granola bowl from Nalu Bowls, indulge in a fresh seafood Poké dish from Coco & Poke, or drink a coconut with lime there’s a tropical paradise option to satisfy any craving.

You can do the search on the web for this location and find an abundance of images and video of the stunning paradise they call Uluwatu. Watching this Bali drone video will give you an unforgettable depiction of just a sample of what Uluwatu has to offer. With the growing amount of drone cameras buzzing around the sky there’s no question people love the aerial view of landscapes and their beauty. That is why Indo Eye has made it their goal to take the aerial perspective to the next level and provide a viewing experience like no other. I highly recommend you visit Bali, experience its culture, energy, and paradise. But if you want to take your trip to the next level, contact Indo Eye and set up a private Bali drone video shoot so you can capture memories like never before.

The Best of Seminyak Beach, Bali, for Japanese Travelers

January 19, 2017

Spas, shopping, endless beaches, and beautiful scenery--that is what is waiting for you in Bali, Indonesia. The Seminyak region of Bali is where travelers and tourists find relaxation, green space, and lively, upscale accommodations. With the recent renovations to Seminyak beach and the surrounding roadways, as well as wonderful improvements to the tourism industry, Seminyak is now a great destination for Japanese tourists.

More Japanese Visitors
In 2015, the Indonesian government made it very easy for Japanese tourists to obtain a free visa. This allows for the Japanese to enter without issues, unlike some other popular travel destinations. Plus, Indonesia is only 4,819 km away (or 5.3 hours by plane).

In 2016, Bali travel agencies reported that from January to August, over 154,000 Japanese tourists visited the island. A lot of these travelers are attracted to Balinese culture, including the activities that allow for the practice of Balinese instruments, like the tabuh, and traditional dances.

Additionally, Indonesia has maintained a large Japanese expatriate community since the early 19th century. This has allowed for visiting Japanese to feel more comfortable in the surroundings, because some of Japan’s culture and traditions have been assimilated into the identity of the island. Of course, the diversity of Indonesian culture is also a treat.

The Best Attractions of Seminyak
Because the area of Seminyak Beach is a late bloomer, so to speak, in the tourism industry of Bali, there is a lot of modern attractions and few cultural ones. That said, there is so much available for you to enjoy. Here is a look at what you will find around Seminyak Beach, Bali:

1. Seminyak Beach
Of course you going to want to visit the beaches of Bali, especially this one! Seminyak is open 24 hours, has gorgeous white, sandy beaches, and is just north of Legian Beach (another great destination). At Seminyak, the waves are high, and the water is deeping. This is the perfect location to go diving, snorkeling, or surfing. Along the 3 km of beach, you will find boutiques, hotels, public facilities, and international cuisine. Plan to go see Jalan Laksmana, nicknamed by expatriates as “eat-street.”

Many tours and adventures happen along Seminyak Beach, including Horseback Riding Excursions along the bay. Or you can take an elephant ride inland. If you want to learn how to surf, there are several schools open and taking students.

2. Petitenget Temple
Also known as “Pura Petitenget” is Seminyak’s only cultural landmark. Having stood in the area since the 16th century (1500s), Petitenget Temple is a very sacred and beautiful place to visit. The grounds are small, but the area is full of energy throughout most of the year. Expect to see spectacular ceremonies along the beach during anniversaries or dance groups rehearsing in the grand pavilion.

3. Biasa ArtSpace
Opened in 2005. If you love Indonesian fashion and know the name “Biasa,” then you will want to see Biasa ArtSpace. The gallery houses a collection of contemporary art. The collection ranges from paintings, photography, figurines and sculptures that will move all lovers of art and fashion. Here, Indonesian artists are invited to display their masterpieces to the public. Upstairs, you will find a tiny library that features magazines and books as well as seating to relax.
Address: Jalan Raya Seminyak 34, Seminyak, Bali
Tel: +62 (0)361-847-5766

4. Escape Challenge: Totem Room
Do you love puzzles? Bring your partner or a group of up to 6 friends to a fun time indoors. At Totem Room Escape Challenge, you are sent to rooms full of puzzles, clues, and mazes. With some collaboration, you must figure out how to move on to the next room all before the digital overheard timer runs out. If you win, you get free prizes and a commemorative photograph. 
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya 27, Seminyak, Bali
Tel: +62 (0)361-474-0071

5. Cultural Experiences
Many hotel and resort around this area like the Kayana Bali offer Baline dance lesson.Looking to try out the nightlife and dance at the same time? Head over to either Kudeta, the best dance club in Seminyak, or a Mexican-styled bar. Optionally, try an Indonesian food cooking class, like Maria’s Cooking Class, where you can book online, or go to a real Balinese Spa therapist use traditional therapies to re energize you body.

Ubud Villas Resort

November 26, 2016

The Purist Villas, is a family resort owned, operated and headquartered in Ubud comprises 23 magnificently crafted private pool villas. It’s situated majestically in Ubus. The Purist Villas is made popular because renowned international travelers use this resort as one of their top secret tropical ‘hideouts’. The Ubud villas resort is well respected for the numbers of repeat guests it has; and because the owner places much emphasis on clients’ privacy and comfort.  Some customers even named the resort a Bali “sanctuary for couples, honeymoons and weddings”

The Purist is owned and managed by an Holland and Spanish family that knows the essence of giving international guests a very good treat is acclaimed as one of the world's romantic, best tropical, pampering executive hotels in Ubud. The Purist Villas equates utmost privacy with maximum comfort and bliss.

The private pool villa bali honeymoon suites are furnished with the latest electronic amenities, an espresso machine, full mini bar, and king size bed with lush bedding. In each of the villas, you’d enjoy a spacious yet cozy outdoor space with eye-catching valley views.

High cuisine and Spa: a total experience of comfort
Our guests at The Purist  Bali also enjoy superb services and unequaled public facilities. These services and facilities include the distinguished restaurant and bar pool front, and luxuriant spa and beauty centre . These facilities have breathtaking vistas over Ubud's astonishing landscape. The guests are also allowed to have access to the boutique, valley-top infinity pool, complete and modern gymnasium and library.

Ubud, Bali: a heaven on earth

The Purist Bali is just a few minutes’ drive from Ubud, one of South East Asia's most pleasant villages. It’s got a leisurely pace and eccentric air, bric-a-brac shops, quaint galleries and comfortable cafes.    

Bali Pray Accomodation

March 26, 2016
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Bаlі Iѕlаnd еѕѕеntіаllу hаѕ еvеrуthіng fоr еvеrуоnе. Sо, іf уоu аrе рlаnnіng tо fly to Bаlі for vасаtіоn, уоu саn bе ѕurе thаt уоu wіll fіnd рlеntу оf thіngѕ tо to keep your self busy, wіll ѕurеlу іntеrеѕt уоu аnd lеt уоu hаvе а lоt оf adventure. Whеthеr уоu аrе trаvеlіng аlоnе оr wіth уоur fаmіlу, уоu wіll ѕее this special destination have еvеrуthіng fоr еvеrуоnе. Sо, іf уоu аrе рlаnnіng tо gо оn а Bаlі vасаtіоn, уоu саn bе ѕurе thаt уоu wіll fіnd рlеntу оf thіngѕ tо dо thаt wіll ѕurеlу іntеrеѕt уоu аnd lеt уоu hаvе а lоt оf fun.

Whеthеr уоu аrе trаvеlіng аlоnе оr wіth your friends уоu wіll ѕее thаt Bаlі Indоnеѕіа wіll bе аblе tо hаvе ѕоmеthіng fоr уоu tо еnјоу. Sо, јuѕt whаt аrе thеѕе thіngѕ thаt уоu wіll bе аblе tо dо іn Bаlі Iѕlаnd whісh wіll lеt уоu hаvе а lоt оf fun аnd rеаllу hаvе аn unfоrgеttаblе vасаtіоn? Wеll, fоr a big ѕtаrtеrѕ, уоu nееd tо thіnk аbоut thаt dіffеrеnt реорlе hаvе dіffеrеnt іntеrеѕtѕ. Whіlе ѕоmе реорlе mау fіnd а сеrtаіn асtіvіtу tо bе еxсіtіng, thеrе аrе аlѕо ѕоmе реорlе whо mау fіnd іt bоrіng. Bаlі саn саtеr tо еvеrуоnе'ѕ nееdѕ.In August 2010, the film version of Eat, Pray, Love was released in theaters. The movie was based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir of the same name. It took place at the spiritual Ubud and Padang-Padan, visit this places to feel the same emotions i garantee is a unique experience.

If аrсhіtесturе іѕ уоur thіng, thеn уоu wіll ѕее thаt Iѕlаnd іѕ а раrаdіѕе fоr реорlе whо аrе іntеrеѕtеd іn thіѕ tуре оf fіеld. Fоr еxаmрlе, уоu wіll bе аblе tо vіѕіt Wеrdі Budауа Art Cеntеr аt Dеnраѕаr whеrе іt іѕ knоwn fоr реrmаnеnt еxhіbіtіоn аnd Bаlі Art Fеѕtіvаl. Yоu wіll аlѕо bе аblе tо ѕее Tаmаn Aуun Rоуаl Tеmрlе іѕ tурісаl Bаlіnеѕе аrсhіtесturаl thаt уоu muѕt vіѕіt. personaly i like the modern tropical villa in Bali, betewn the massive number of villas Resort in Bali. If fооd іѕ уоur раѕѕіоn ( yummy!!!), thеn уоu wіll ѕее thаt Bаlі саn dеlіvеr. Hеrе, уоu wіll bе аblе tо ѕаmрlе а lоt оf fіnе сuіѕіnеѕ frоm dіffеrеnt раrtѕ оf thе wоrld. Whеthеr уоu lоvе Chіnеѕе, Itаlіаn, Frеnсh, оr еvеn Mеdіtеrrаnеаn fооd, уоu wіll bе аblе tо dіѕсоvеr рlеntу оf fіnе dіnіng rеѕtаurаntѕ аll оvеr Kutа. And, уоu саn еvеn ѕаmрlе thе аll lосаl fаvоrіtеѕ, whісh уоu wіll bе аblе tо fіnd аlmоѕt еvеrуwhеrе аrоund Kutа, Sаnur, аnd Ubud.

Shорріng іѕ аlѕо grеаt іn Bаlі. Yоu саn аlwауѕ gо tо Beack walk a new mega mall front ocean or be lost to the  Dіѕсоvеrу Shорріng Mаll in Kuta. Fоr fіnе аrtѕ, уоu саn gо tо Ubud, Mаѕ, аnd Cеluk. But, іf уоu rеаllу wаnt tо ѕреnd а lоt оf mоnеу іn уоur ѕhорріng аnd уоu rеаllу wаnt tо ѕрlurgе, thеn уоu wіll ѕее thаt Bаlі hаѕ hіgh еnd bоutіquеѕ. Thеѕе аrе јuѕt ѕоmе оf thе mаnу mоrе thіngѕ thаt Bаlі hаѕ tо оffеr. Bali is renowned for its diverse and sophisticated art forms, such as painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handcrafts, and performing arts. Balinese cuisine is also distinctive from the other area in Asia and Pacific. Balinese percussion orchestra music, known as gamelan, is highly developed and varied. Balinese performing arts often portray stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana but with heavy Balinese influence. Famous Balinese dances include pendet, legong, baris, topeng, barong, gong keybar, and kecak (the monkey dance)

Nude property sales in Bali

June 08, 2015

This week in the Bali Post we see a very interesting nude property for sale with out forniture and accessories, is my favorite nude property in Bali. The owner Diah Fatmawati build the house in 2004 but the style is modern and is look brand new. The relator show me the villa this week, i think you are treading the best house in Bali real estate industry it has been an absolute pleasure to deal with you and mr Diah Fatmawati let update the deal next month.
I think you are treading an innovative and very welcome path in the real estate industry.  It has been an absolute pleasure to deal with your whole team.

Cuca restaurant Jimbaran Bali presents Swig & Nibble ─ Starring Astrolabe wines

March 24, 2015

Bali (March 2015) – Looking to offer a truly memorable experience to its followers, Cuca restaurant has selectively partnered with award winning winemaker Astrolabe and together they plot “Swig & Nibble”, an evening (on May 10) that has all the makings of becoming the tastiest event of the year.

A sundown spent in the vast expanse of Cuca’s coconut grove, savoring mouthful after mouthful of signature bites, each served in a deliberate sequence and presented paired with a series of spectacular wines. An intimate gourmet celebration seasoned with superb music awaits the lucky few who are quick enough to grab one of the limited spaces.

Chef Kevin will  once again put his fearless creativity to the test to orchestrate a flowing menu tuned to the elegance of Astrolabe wines. Exclusively for that evening, Cuca’s entire team will devote itself to deliver an impressive array of 20 magically crafted nibbles that as always will religiously follow the restaurant’s philosophy of using 100% local ingredients.

Astrolabe’s role will  be to bring the best from the Marlborough region, wines known for capturing the essence, purity and elegance of their terroir. And boy, aren’t they determined to deliver.
About Astrolabe (www.astrolabewines.co.nz)

Astrolabe Wines was established by a group of friends in 1996, effectively to become a winemakers’ brand. Astrolabe produces a range of wines that express the purity and intensity of fruit flavours naturally afforded by the climate and soils of the Marlborough region. Simon Waghorn’s skill and experience combine to capture the essence of Marlborough in wines of purity, focus and elegance.

As the Managing Director and shareholder of Astrolabe Wines, Jason Yank is now in his 11th  year in the wine industry. His drive and commitment to the future of New Zealand wine, the regions, growers and the Astrolabe label aim to strive & maintain the success and integrity of the NZ brand. Linking the growers, wine companies and the market is a key strength – his enthusiasm and drive are infectious.

Istana Indah Wine is the exclusive distributor of Astrolabe wines in Bali - Indonesia.
About Cuca (www.cucaflavor.com)

Opened in Jimbaran, Bali, in July 2013, Cuca serves Signature cuisine made only from the best and freshest local ingredients thoughtfully curated from artisanal producers in Indonesia.

With nothing more than sheer passion and a resume jam-packed with extensive turns at some of the world’s best eateries including Arzak, La Broche and El Bulli  in Spain and Daniel Boulud in NYC, Kevin Cherkas and Virginia Entizne, the souls of Cuca, took the island by surprise when we boldly broke into the restaurant scene to offer a radicall different casul dinning experience.

Reservations: +62 361 708066 or family@cucaflavor.com

Date & Time: Sunday May 10, from 6pm to 8pm
Venue: Cuca, Jl. Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, Bali
Price: 480,000++ (free flow food and wine)

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