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Bali’s main international airport in Denpasar reopened late Sunday afternoon, allowing airlines to begin the mammoth task of clearing a huge backlog of passengers that had been stranded in recent days due to a volcanic-ash cloud that had grounded ...
From India to Indiana, yogis around the world are preparing to celebrate the first ever International Yoga Day on Sunday, June 21st—the summer solstice. The holiday will be recognized in 175 countries as thousands gather at events across the globe...
In the early ’90s, in the Balinese village of Ubud, one of the most fashionable expat hangouts was Casa Luna, an airy, thatched roof cafe on the main drag that served just the right mix of ambitious, home-cooked Indonesian and Mediterranean dishes...
In the early ’90s, in the Balinese village of Ubud, one of the most fashionable expat hangouts was Casa Luna, an airy, thatched roof cafe on the main drag that served just the right mix of ambitious, home-cooked Indonesian and Mediterranean dishes...
In the early ’90s, in the Balinese village of Ubud, one of the most fashionable expat hangouts was Casa Luna, an airy, thatched roof cafe on the main drag that served just the right mix of ambitious, home-cooked Indonesian and Mediterranean dishes...
Bali is a favorite among American tourists—thank in no small part to the city’s reputation for being gorgeous, rejuvenating, and soulful (see also: the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love). Here visitors can stroll through the laid-back town of Ubud, sh...
Bali is a favorite among American tourists—thank in no small part to the city’s reputation for being gorgeous, rejuvenating, and soulful (see also: the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love). Here visitors can stroll through the laid-back town of Ubud, sh...
Bali is a favorite among American tourists—thank in no small part to the city’s reputation for being gorgeous, rejuvenating, and soulful (see also: the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love). Here visitors can stroll through the laid-back town of Ubud, sh...
Bali is a favorite among American tourists—thank in no small part to the city’s reputation for being gorgeous, rejuvenating, and soulful (see also: the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love). Here visitors can stroll through the laid-back town of Ubud, sh...
Bali is a favorite among American tourists—thank in no small part to the city’s reputation for being gorgeous, rejuvenating, and soulful (see also: the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love). Here visitors can stroll through the laid-back town of Ubud, sh...
“Can you believe this place?” asked James McBride as he led the way to the beach. “It sort of endorses your lunacy, in a funny way.” In his pink shirt and straw fedora, McBride was hopping over rice paddies like a giddy schoolboy. Every 50 yard...
Editor’s Pick: The Visionary Jochen Zeitz, Founder of Segera Retreat, Laikipia, Kenya Former Puma CEO and chairman Jochen Zeitz is on a multiple-front crusade for ethical commerce across the globe. Tasked with overseeing the sustainable-developm...
Rudi Limas surveys his new restaurant, R. Aja’s, in the upscale town of Seminyak, on Bali. The airy, second- floor space stretches more than half a football field in length, and on this April night, at the beginning of tourist season, holds just a f...
The Trip Bali’s mystic charms are timeless, but now the island’s resorts are making cultural relevance a priority, promising unique entrée into local art and architecture, cuisine, and traditional medicine. The trend of conveying “Bali-ness” argu...
Four Seasons' famously comfortable beds have some new competition, now that Westin has introduced its trademarked heavenly bed and W Hotels has added linens from Portico. Laura Begley goes to the mattresses to find out who's the best among the maj...