From 30th September to 1st October, the international music festival Bestival comes to Bali’s Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park. The stunning venue will set the scene for two days of fun, music, food and dancing to some of the world’s biggest acts and local talent.
Ubud’s first museum, Museum Puri Lukisan, is a must-see for anyone with an interest in Balinese art and culture. Embracing the past and present and surrounded by stunning gardens, many pieces in the museum’s collection are available for sale.
Bali’s best-known film festival returns for its thirteenth year this 24th to 30th September.
Drawing filmmakers from the region and all over the world, the festival promises a lively mix of works including feature length films, documentaries and shorts. It tends to be a showcase for up-and-coming talent, making it a must for true cinemaphiles.
Fans of theatre and dance must make time to see Devdan Show: Treasure of the Archipelago, a new performance “spectacular” that combines traditional Indonesian dance with modern dance, aerial acrobatics, extraordinary costumes and breathtaking special effects. The 90-minute show takes the audience on the whirlwind tour of the Indonesian archipelago, ...