Lifestyle&Leisure


    A Playful Beginning

      1-1-2017
    Let’s begin 2017 by lounging at three of the most trending places on the island!

    To help you start the New Year in the most fun way, our team has chosen three playful hangout places that we think you should visit. Not only are these places Instagram-worthy spots, but they also offer delicious food and tropical cocktails – and one even has a plunge pool to make your day even better.

    A Playful Beginning



    Ay Ay, Captain!

    Bali is full of tropical vibes, and Sea Vu Play takes that opportunity to bring a nautical theme as an addition to the all-year summer feelings on the island. A nautical escape in the heart of Seminyak? Not a bad idea! Especially when the place also offers delicious cocktails, seafood dishes, games by the sea and a chance to get free drinks! Open from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Sea Vu Play will let you chill on their outdoor summer lounge with the view of Petitenget Beach. Your time here will be more perfect with one of their signature cocktails like the Castaway (a mix of vanilla rum, Kahlua, Frangelico, espresso coffee, and vanilla sugar) and some mouthwatering dishes like pizzas, burgers, sliders, fish and chips, and churros! Expect some maritime crew to hang out around you – they may also invite you to kick off your sandals and play some games by the beach.

    This place also hosts a lot of parties and fun events, so be sure not to miss any of them. And don’t forget to wear your sailor attire or simply your beach outfit. So, are you ready to drop your anchor? A little tip; sip one of their Perfect Storm cocktails when the night is still young as the refreshing mix of gin, grapefruit soda, and lemon juice will make your night go smoothly fun!

    Sea Vu Play
    Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
    (0361) 473-6576
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo

    A Playful Beginning



    Melting Pot

    The coffee culture is growing in Bali, and Titik Temu is a new addition on the island that offers high-quality coffee drinks. “Titik temu” actually means a meeting point, and this place is meant to be a melting pot for coffee enthusiasts. But coffee is not the only highlight here, as Titik Temu is also committed to bringing you the best range of international food with a touch of Indonesian spice that makes this place truly worth a visit.

    In the old days, people used to sit at a communal table and have coffee together while talking about their daily lives or current trends and politics. Titik Temu found that habit had been gone for a little while, therefore their crew is trying to bring that habit to life again – and of course in the company of their refreshing coffee. A talk over a coffee – or more – at Titik Temu will also be more fun if you sit on their signature stairs that function as a seat and a table. These stairs, which are really eyecatching as they look like a seating plan in a stadium, are to break the barrier between tables and chairs, so everybody can sit or mingle around with coffee in their hands or place it on the stairs. Who knows if you will meet new business partners or simply new friends to hang out with.

    Titik Temu also has a bale bengong on their second floor. The bale bengong allows guests to sit on the ground or lesehan as we call it in Indonesia. In the middle of this hip cafe lies a garden that completes the casual experience at Titik Temu. And did we mention that they not only serve Filter Coffee, Black Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate but also a refreshing Pineapple Coconut Breeze that consists of coconut water, frozen pineapple, and lime juice in one glass?

    Titik Temu Coffee
    Jalan Kayu Cendana No. 1, Seminyak
    0821-4411-2489
    Instagram: @titiktemubali
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo

    A Playful Beginning



    The Beach House

    If today is not a Sunday, no worries because Panama Kitchen and Pool will make each day feels like one. This newest spot in Berawa will make you feel as if you were not in Bali but somewhere in the West Coast of North America. And not only do they have a pool for you to take a dip in, Panama Kitchen and Pool will also have you traveled back through time to the 1960s era where American-style beach houses, red and white sun loungers, Cajun shrimp, striped straws, headband accessories and a Motown playlist were the trend.

    Order one of their signature cocktails such as the Sun of Panama, which contains a lot of orange to freshen you up. Or opt for the Hey, Nona! (which literally means, “Hey, girl!” as the term “Nona” used to be popular in Indonesia during the ‘50s to ‘70s), the vodka-based pink-colored cocktail that is perfect by the pool. Are you feeling hungry? Try their Panama’s Net Catch, a basket full of sauteed garlic butter shrimp, roasted baby potatoes, chunks of fish, Bedugul-grown corn and fried onion rings. You can also choose a big meal like their Tropical Pulled Pork, which will please your tummy and also your eyes with the pink color that comes from the beetroot-pineapple coleslaw that is served between the burger bun together with the slow-cooked pork.

    To make you blend in with the Panama scene, why don’t you wear a classic-style swimsuit, which is in line with the restaurant’s interior and exterior? As for the ladies, put on a headband and your round shape sunglasses to get the most of the old-school vibe.

    Panama Kitchen and Pool
    Jalan Pantai Berawa No. 13, Canggu
    0899-0156-666
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo
    Ay Ay, Captain!
    A Playful Beginning

    Bali is full of tropical vibes, and Sea Vu Play takes that opportunity to bring a nautical theme as an addition to the all-year summer feelings on the island. A nautical escape in the heart of Seminyak? Not a bad idea! Especially when the place also offers delicious cocktails, seafood dishes, games by the sea and a chance to get free drinks! Open from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Sea Vu Play will let you chill on their outdoor summer lounge with the view of Petitenget Beach. Your time here will be more perfect with one of their signature cocktails like the Castaway (a mix of vanilla rum, Kahlua, Frangelico, espresso coffee, and vanilla sugar) and some mouthwatering dishes like pizzas, burgers, sliders, fish and chips, and churros! Expect some maritime crew to hang out around you – they may also invite you to kick off your sandals and play some games by the beach.

    This place also hosts a lot of parties and fun events, so be sure not to miss any of them. And don’t forget to wear your sailor attire or simply your beach outfit. So, are you ready to drop your anchor? A little tip; sip one of their Perfect Storm cocktails when the night is still young as the refreshing mix of gin, grapefruit soda, and lemon juice will make your night go smoothly fun!

    Sea Vu Play
    Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
    (0361) 473-6576
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo
    Melting Pot
    A Playful Beginning

    The coffee culture is growing in Bali, and Titik Temu is a new addition on the island that offers high-quality coffee drinks. “Titik temu” actually means a meeting point, and this place is meant to be a melting pot for coffee enthusiasts. But coffee is not the only highlight here, as Titik Temu is also committed to bringing you the best range of international food with a touch of Indonesian spice that makes this place truly worth a visit.

    In the old days, people used to sit at a communal table and have coffee together while talking about their daily lives or current trends and politics. Titik Temu found that habit had been gone for a little while, therefore their crew is trying to bring that habit to life again – and of course in the company of their refreshing coffee. A talk over a coffee – or more – at Titik Temu will also be more fun if you sit on their signature stairs that function as a seat and a table. These stairs, which are really eyecatching as they look like a seating plan in a stadium, are to break the barrier between tables and chairs, so everybody can sit or mingle around with coffee in their hands or place it on the stairs. Who knows if you will meet new business partners or simply new friends to hang out with.

    Titik Temu also has a bale bengong on their second floor. The bale bengong allows guests to sit on the ground or lesehan as we call it in Indonesia. In the middle of this hip cafe lies a garden that completes the casual experience at Titik Temu. And did we mention that they not only serve Filter Coffee, Black Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate but also a refreshing Pineapple Coconut Breeze that consists of coconut water, frozen pineapple, and lime juice in one glass?

    Titik Temu Coffee
    Jalan Kayu Cendana No. 1, Seminyak
    0821-4411-2489
    Instagram: @titiktemubali
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo
    The Beach House
    A Playful Beginning

    If today is not a Sunday, no worries because Panama Kitchen and Pool will make each day feels like one. This newest spot in Berawa will make you feel as if you were not in Bali but somewhere in the West Coast of North America. And not only do they have a pool for you to take a dip in, Panama Kitchen and Pool will also have you traveled back through time to the 1960s era where American-style beach houses, red and white sun loungers, Cajun shrimp, striped straws, headband accessories and a Motown playlist were the trend.

    Order one of their signature cocktails such as the Sun of Panama, which contains a lot of orange to freshen you up. Or opt for the Hey, Nona! (which literally means, “Hey, girl!” as the term “Nona” used to be popular in Indonesia during the ‘50s to ‘70s), the vodka-based pink-colored cocktail that is perfect by the pool. Are you feeling hungry? Try their Panama’s Net Catch, a basket full of sauteed garlic butter shrimp, roasted baby potatoes, chunks of fish, Bedugul-grown corn and fried onion rings. You can also choose a big meal like their Tropical Pulled Pork, which will please your tummy and also your eyes with the pink color that comes from the beetroot-pineapple coleslaw that is served between the burger bun together with the slow-cooked pork.

    To make you blend in with the Panama scene, why don’t you wear a classic-style swimsuit, which is in line with the restaurant’s interior and exterior? As for the ladies, put on a headband and your round shape sunglasses to get the most of the old-school vibe.

    Panama Kitchen and Pool
    Jalan Pantai Berawa No. 13, Canggu
    0899-0156-666
     
    By Suhartina Sindukusumo


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