Hellobali unwrapped the secrets of six star chefs that graced the cover. These cover stars are Will Meyrick of Sarong Group, Maurizio Bamboni of Mauri, Jethro Vincent of Bikini Restaurant, Benjamin Cross of Mason, Kevin Cherkas of Cuca, and Indonesia-born Mandif Warokka. These chefs have single-handedly put Bali on the culinary map of the world. Also enjoy our exclusive interviews with skilled master chefs of the world from the likes of Luca Fantin, Julien Royer, and Balazs Enzsol.
Everyone is always dreaming of a good island destination, and that is why exclusively on this issue, we are going to take you on an island hopping around Indonesia. First off, see the beauty of The Robinson House at Gili Meno through the lens of Australian-based photographer Nikole Ramsay. Secondly, take a trip to Bawah Reserve, dubbed as the mini Maldives of Indonesia with stories and visuals by Germaine Ttran. Bask in the experience of the true private island destination in Indonesia. Lastly, Indonesia's own talented photographer Livia Kurniadi shares her beautifully captured photograph with a title 'Silence is Golden'. Enjoy!
In this issue, we scoured through the whole island of Bali and beyond to find the 'IT' list destinations in 2019 for you to enjoy and explore. We are also taking you on a colorful journey of magnificent Chiang Mai in Thailand using the words and experiences of avid traveler Stefanie Wich-Herrlein (@smile4travel). Last but not least, immerse yourself on the majestic beauty of Four Seasons Sayan through the lens of lifestyle photographer, Michelle Chu (@michutravel). Enjoy!
As we say goodbye to 2018, we look back to some of Bali's biggest accomplishments. From the opening of the first ever OMNIA Dayclub in Asia to the Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue completion, Bali now serves as a world-class destination that will provide oncoming tourists a different kind of new experience. In this issue, we also give you a detailed list of where to go to celebrate the festive season with your loved ones. From hotels, beach clubs, to bars, find the detail information inside. Let's all welcome the new year with a bang!
The Indonesian culture has been long shaped and influenced by the interaction between original indigenous customs and multiple foreign influences. Located centrally along ancient trading routes between the Far East, South Asia, and the Middle East, this resulted in many cultural practices that make Indonesia a one-of-a-kind nation. With more than 200 million people still living in it, Indonesia is filled with more than 300 ethnic groups making it the most diverse in the world.
It is not a secret that Indonesia is a place that is filled with different cultures and traditions. And with that, comes endless options of culinary experiences that can make your mouth waters. On this issue, we take you back to Balinese truest culinary journey which made this little island a true foodie destination. We also dig deep into the minds of Indonesia's top 5 most influential bloggers.