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4 restaurants in Bali you must try this Easter weekend

4 restaurants in Bali you must try this Easter weekend
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4 restaurants in Bali you must try this Easter weekend


During Easter many hotels, villas and

resorts offer special activities. Egg hunts, church ceremonies, egg painting and Easter decorating are some of the many activities organized by hotels and of course there are also many other activities or places that are always nice to visit during Easter. Here’s some of the places you should check out this weekend:

Gather for a Festive Easter Celebration

sakala bali

At the Chedi Sakala, our award wining team, combines fresh and flavorful seasonal ingredients to innovate an old classic. Bring your family and friends to enjoy our sumptous Easter Beach BBQ brunch, offering an array of mouthwatering delicacies; rack of lamb, pork spare ribs, and chicken wings amongst the others. A fresh shellfish and Crustance station will tantalize your eyes and palate. A luxuriious desert selection will complete our dining offer.

Sweet cotton candy, freshly made popcorn, a visit from the Easter bunny, plenty of fun and games will delight your little ones.

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Supporting Bali’s local community of cocoa farmers, Pod is a home-grown brand with big credentials and one of the few places in the world where chocolate is made only minutes from where it is grown. But you’re not skimping on taste or quality, as this premium product is found in Bali’s finest hotels, restaurants and resorts. Book a Pod Chocolate tour through their farms, factory and of course kitchen located in Ubud. Complete with exquisite tastings, and an elephant ride of course! Tours start hourly, 10am-3pm daily. Adults $45, kids (12 and under) $25.

Address: Jalan Tukad Ayung, Carangsari, Petang, Bali 80353


Unwind at Nikki Beach Bali


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Nikki Beach Bali’s world-famous beach club and restaurant is host to one of the best Sunday brunches across the island. Aside from the superb menu, this glamorous brunch venue makes it too easy to settle in for the afternoon. Simply move your epicurean food coma when you’re done across to their divine beach club, and you’re sorted!

You need those plush white sun beds as their global brunch menu has over 50 food choices, including a sushi and raw bar, rotisserie and carvery, live action pasta, soup and wok stations, a charcuterie and gourmet bread station, Chef’s salads, wood fired pizzas and flatbreads, fresh fruits, and petit fours and desserts. Delish.

With Easer themed specialty cocktails and an adult egg hunt with luxurious surprise prizes, reservations are essential. Prices from 350,000 IDR ++ per person. Buffet from 11am to 3pm,
the party and entertainment continues until sunset.

Address: Kawasan Pariwisata BTDC Lot 5, Nusa Dua, Bali 80363


Potato Head Beach Club



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Bali’s ultimate Sunday session.

Potato Head Beach Club are expanding their legendary Sun Down Circle – Bali’s number one underground music event – into a full carnival event spanning music, art, food and culture on Easter Sunday.

Taking over the iconic beach-side venue for the whole day, the free carnival runs from 11am until late and features international and local live acts and DJ’s playing on the club’s 500-meter emerald lawn overlooking the ocean. Guests include Philadelphia house legend King Britt, off-kilter production genius Maurice Fulton and New York disco pioneer Eric Duncan.

Sunday 5 April, 11am – late.

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