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    Seen & Seen November 2017

      1-11-2017

    Seen & Seen November 2017



    Run In Ubud

    Hosted by Wanconvex and Running Explorer, “Ubud Run” that took place at ARMA Museum & Resorts was a big success with around 500 participants. This running event aimed to promote a healthy lifestyle by running through nature, to support Ubud as a tourist destination, and to highlight the importance of sharing with others by giving donations to the Bumi Sehat Foundation.

    Seen & Seen November 2017



    A Dollar For Love

    Hand in hand with Yayasan Solemen Indonesia, The Sintesa Jimbaran invited guests to give back to Bali by donating as little as US$ 1 and adopt the fluffy SoleTeddy at Rp. 150,000 for charity. The “Your $1 Helps” movement aimed to help give medical treatment, therapy and education to the disadvantage people on the island.

    Seen & Seen November 2017



    Happy Anniversary!

    Celebrating its 55th anniversary, Tandjung Sari hosted “Sanur untuk Indonesia” (Sanur for Indonesia), a lively musical concert that showcased the rich culture of Indonesian music. Traditional folk songs from across the country and Indonesia’s best love songs filled the event space that took place by the Sanur beach. The night was alive with Adra Karim as the music director and Indra Perkasa as the conductor, and a performance by singers; Dira Sugandi, Margie Segers, Matthew Sayerz and Rea Woworuntu.

    Seen & Seen November 2017



    A Movie Week

    The 11th annual Bali International Film Festival (BALINALE) went on with a lot of praise. Screening 108 films from 42 countries, this year’s BALINALE was even merrier with the first ever film competition with Michael Rowe, Jeane Huang and Erwin Arnada as the judges, aside from the festival’s annual Audience Choice Awards. Winners selected by the judges were “Cold of Kalandar” by Mustafa Kara for the Best Feature category, while “Nokas” by Manuel Alberto Maia and “Trespass” by Mirrah Foulkes won the Best Documentary and Best Short Subject respectively.

    Run In Ubud
    Seen & Seen November 2017

    Hosted by Wanconvex and Running Explorer, “Ubud Run” that took place at ARMA Museum & Resorts was a big success with around 500 participants. This running event aimed to promote a healthy lifestyle by running through nature, to support Ubud as a tourist destination, and to highlight the importance of sharing with others by giving donations to the Bumi Sehat Foundation.
    A Dollar For Love
    Seen & Seen November 2017

    Hand in hand with Yayasan Solemen Indonesia, The Sintesa Jimbaran invited guests to give back to Bali by donating as little as US$ 1 and adopt the fluffy SoleTeddy at Rp. 150,000 for charity. The “Your $1 Helps” movement aimed to help give medical treatment, therapy and education to the disadvantage people on the island.

    Happy Anniversary!
    Seen & Seen November 2017

    Celebrating its 55th anniversary, Tandjung Sari hosted “Sanur untuk Indonesia” (Sanur for Indonesia), a lively musical concert that showcased the rich culture of Indonesian music. Traditional folk songs from across the country and Indonesia’s best love songs filled the event space that took place by the Sanur beach. The night was alive with Adra Karim as the music director and Indra Perkasa as the conductor, and a performance by singers; Dira Sugandi, Margie Segers, Matthew Sayerz and Rea Woworuntu.

    A Movie Week
    Seen & Seen November 2017

    The 11th annual Bali International Film Festival (BALINALE) went on with a lot of praise. Screening 108 films from 42 countries, this year’s BALINALE was even merrier with the first ever film competition with Michael Rowe, Jeane Huang and Erwin Arnada as the judges, aside from the festival’s annual Audience Choice Awards. Winners selected by the judges were “Cold of Kalandar” by Mustafa Kara for the Best Feature category, while “Nokas” by Manuel Alberto Maia and “Trespass” by Mirrah Foulkes won the Best Documentary and Best Short Subject respectively.



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