The festive season is coming up, so there’s a lot to do in Bali this December. If you’re in for making unforgettable memories to end 2018 in the lead-up to Christmas and the New Year, here are some of the ways you could do it.
A Culinary Journey Through Tribal Lands, December 8
After journeying through the culturally rich country of Thailand, Chef Will Meyrick is bringing back a piece of his travels to his restaurant Som Chai. Inspired by the hilltribes and other Thai culinary traditions, Chef Will is teaming up with Chef Ben McRae to serve a one-of-a-kind dinner menu and photo exhibition.
The Grand Gala, December 8
Ending the year with a glamorous gala never hurts—especially one that benefits others. Enjoy a delectable seven-course dinner menu and attractive room rates at the W Bali – Seminyak for the Grand Gala, the proceeds of which will go to Pansophia Nusantara Indonesia, which is aimed at providing toddlers with education and nutrition.
Spiritual Awakening Course with Punnu Singh Wasu, December 17-18
While partying the night away might be fun from time to time, there’s something to be said about growing more mindful as you grow older. Offering all kinds of courses and workshops, one of The Yoga Barn’s highlights this December is a two-day workshop by Punnu Sing Wasu, the spiritual master who can teach you how to be more fulfilled in life.
An Acoustic Evening with Trevor Hall, December 23
The end-of-the-year music experience doesn’t end with Djakarta Warehouse Project. Treat yourself to a serene night of Trevor Hall’s music performance and a delectable vegetarian Christmas buffet and drinks at Soulshine Bali.
Whispers on the Grassland, November 25 to February 15
The year 2018 marks one joyous year for Indonesian textiles with the rise of ikat, the traditional textile from Sumba and its likes in the fashion industry. To celebrate this cultural victory, Padma Resort Legian is holding “Whispers on the Grassland”: an exhibition to showcase these iconic textile.