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    See&Seen June 2017

      1-6-2017

    See&Seen June 2017



    It’s Friday Night!

    Start your weekend early at “ConneXion” at ZJ’s Bar in The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas. Starting from 9 p.m., you can dance all night long to R ‘n B and HipHop music with a glass – or more – of cocktail in your hand. Enjoy your first drink on the house – the bar also offers free drinks for the ladies who bring their men along. So, are you ready to party?

    See&Seen June 2017



    Shymphony of Love

    On April 30, Secret Garden Village hosted a remarkable drama musical performance titled “Simfoni Sore – Sounds of Archipelago.” Some of the stars on stage were Olivia Lin featuring Rumah Kecapi Indonesia, Gus Teja, Rio Sidik and Voice of Bali Choir as well as a number of traditional dancers. The performance was even more dramatic as the stage took place in the middle of the rice field during sunset. The aim of this event is to preserve Indonesian arts and culture.

    See&Seen June 2017



    Champagne Dinner

    It was a night not to forget as The Ritz-Carlton, Bali hosted a champagne dinner. Located at the resort’s Majestic Chapel, the dinner indulged guests with five course dishes, each one was paired beautifully with Taittinger champagne, one of them being Contes de Champagne.

    See&Seen June 2017



    Nature Lovers

    In conjunction with World’s Earth Day, Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort hosted “La Petite Terre”, a special activity that highlights sustainable planting and harvesting at the resort’s organic garden. Conducted by Ms. ‘Ayu’ Ni Made Sunari, the resort’s ambassador with the title of ‘La Petite Terre Mama’, and the resort’s chefs, “La Petite Terre” taught children and their parents all about sustainable practices, from planting seeds to cooking healthy dishes using fresh ingredients.

    See&Seen June 2017



    Mother Earth

    Commemorating Earth Day, Bali Safari and Marine Park invited children from several orphanages in Bali for a day full of fun at the park. The children were entertained with a lot of educational activities, such as creating handicrafts using recycled materials, watching The Safari Ranger Team making paper from recycled elephant dung, and learning other green initiatives at Bali Safari and Marine Park to honor Mother Earth.

    It’s Friday Night!
    See&Seen June 2017

    Start your weekend early at “ConneXion” at ZJ’s Bar in The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas. Starting from 9 p.m., you can dance all night long to R ‘n B and HipHop music with a glass – or more – of cocktail in your hand. Enjoy your first drink on the house – the bar also offers free drinks for the ladies who bring their men along. So, are you ready to party?

    Shymphony of Love
    See&Seen June 2017

    On April 30, Secret Garden Village hosted a remarkable drama musical performance titled “Simfoni Sore – Sounds of Archipelago.” Some of the stars on stage were Olivia Lin featuring Rumah Kecapi Indonesia, Gus Teja, Rio Sidik and Voice of Bali Choir as well as a number of traditional dancers. The performance was even more dramatic as the stage took place in the middle of the rice field during sunset. The aim of this event is to preserve Indonesian arts and culture.

    Champagne Dinner
    See&Seen June 2017

    It was a night not to forget as The Ritz-Carlton, Bali hosted a champagne dinner. Located at the resort’s Majestic Chapel, the dinner indulged guests with five course dishes, each one was paired beautifully with Taittinger champagne, one of them being Contes de Champagne.

    Nature Lovers
    See&Seen June 2017

    In conjunction with World’s Earth Day, Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort hosted “La Petite Terre”, a special activity that highlights sustainable planting and harvesting at the resort’s organic garden. Conducted by Ms. ‘Ayu’ Ni Made Sunari, the resort’s ambassador with the title of ‘La Petite Terre Mama’, and the resort’s chefs, “La Petite Terre” taught children and their parents all about sustainable practices, from planting seeds to cooking healthy dishes using fresh ingredients.

    Mother Earth
    See&Seen June 2017

    Commemorating Earth Day, Bali Safari and Marine Park invited children from several orphanages in Bali for a day full of fun at the park. The children were entertained with a lot of educational activities, such as creating handicrafts using recycled materials, watching The Safari Ranger Team making paper from recycled elephant dung, and learning other green initiatives at Bali Safari and Marine Park to honor Mother Earth.



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