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Editorial

Tourists, Travelers & Adventure-seekers…

May is one of the best times of the year to come to Bali, where you can look forward to fantastic weather with less humidity and less rain. So expect clear blue skies and warm wind, breathtaking sunsets. Also, room prices and villa rentals are slightly cheaper this time of the year during the pandemic and will be all the way up to September. Aside to weather and low rentals, Bali it’s the beginning of kite season! Look up, and you might see colorful kites in all shapes and sizes fluttering about above you. Low season or no, there is always something to look forward to here on the Island of the Gods. The Balinese people are set for a busy month ahead with plenty of ceremonies taking place like Hari Raya Saraswati, Banyu Pinaruh and Pagerwesi. Keep an eye out, you might come across a ceremony or two while you’re out and about.

At Ritz Carlton Bali Create a memorable luxury getaway in Bali. Make the most of the holy season, with an unforgettable Eid holiday where you and your family are treated to The Ritz-Carlton Legendary Service during a fabulous staycation in Bali. Embark on a memorable family getaway with a special room package starting from IDR 3,500,000 ++ per suite per night with a minimum 2 nights stay, inclusive of daily breakfast or Sahur for two people, Shawwal Festive Brunch or your choice of an exquisite dining experience for 2 people Reserve now for a memorable stay from May 10th to May 15th, 2021 Contact us at 0361 849 8988 Connect on WhatsApp at 08191 849 8988 Email at rc.dpssw.reservation@ritzcarlton.com.

This month, we’ve reviewed the newly opened Bai Yun . The signature Chinese restaurant adds to the diverse culinary journey Another exciting dining experience has arrived at The Apurva Kempinski Bali. This time, the resort announces the opening of Bai Yun, a delightful Chinese hot pot experience. “Bai Yun” translates as “white cloud” in Chinese-Mandarin, and it reflects the dining concept of this restaurant. The inspiration comes from the way hot pots produce heat, which in turn creates the steam that floats in the air, resembling white clouds. From Mongolia, China, and, nowadays, South East Asia, hot pot is a popular dining style that is beloved for bringing people together. Playing an essential role, our talented chefs have crafted a selection of soup bases, such as the chicken herbal, pork collagen, and vegetarian. The restaurant also focuses on using fresh seasonal ingredients. Diners will indulge in a wide range of premium-quality meat, fresh seafood, vegetables, noodles, mushrooms, tofu, and meatballs. To further enhance the guest experience, each guest is able to select their preferred soups as this restaurant introduces an individual hot pot for its patrons.

Looking for the month’s hottest and most exciting deals in Bali? Flip to our Hot Deals pages, while in What’s New, you’ll find all the latest and greatest on the island. We’re always scouring for the freshest and the newest for you and rest assured these are top-notch experiences that will add to your Bali getaway. If you’ve had a wonderful time here in Bali, or have tried something exciting and new that you would like us to know about, contact us! We always love to hear from you. Reach us on Facebook (Baliplus Magazine) and Instagram (@baliplus). Tag us or send us messages with your favorite Bali photo and stories, and we might just share it on our feed. Meanwhile, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter via our website (www.baliplus.com) where you’ll find the latest updates, articles, and blogs to help you on your visit. Till next time, Om-Swastiastu and welcome to Bali!

The Baliplus Team

 

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