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Newsletter: GIVEAWAY! I The Best Bakeries | Bali's Nyepi Deals

Newsletter: GIVEAWAY! I The Best Bakeries | Bali's Nyepi Deals

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Given its bustling array of restaurants, coffee shops and bars, it should come as no surprise big cities also boast an impressive list of bakeries. No need to worry about finding one, check out this guide to find the best bakeries in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, and Surabaya. Discover your new favourite morning meal, afternoon snack, or maybe your new go-to spot to grab a loaf.

For Jakarta, old-school bakeries have endured the test of time. They stand as enduring landmarks amidst the surge of new bakeries in town. To taste a timeless indulgence, there are some of the best legendary bakery shops in Jakarta. Jakarta is also blessed with the flavours from delis and boulangeries which serve up next to none. We suggest checking out one of these iconic delis and boulangeries in Jakarta.

As Bali gears up to celebrate Nyepi, the Day of Silence. Several luxury resorts have crafted exclusive Nyepi packages, promising a blend of tranquillity, cultural immersion, and indulgent experiences. Here's a curated list of the best Nyepi packages in Bali. Please check it out regularly as we will keep updating the list.

For our weekly cultural article, this week we highlight The Virtuous Melasti Ceremony: Embracing Sacred Purification for Nyepi Day in Bali. Read the full article here.

What's New Bali is holding a giveaway contest right now! Head down to our social media here and stand a chance to win fabulous prizes from Grand Seminyak.

For Bandung, we have the top nature destinations. And for Surabaya, we have the best barbershops and the best omakase places.

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno targeted the development of 6,000 tourist villages throughout 2024 to boost national economic growth. Click here for the full story.

Meanwhile, Indonesia’s Minister of Transportation has announced that the targeted groundbreaking for the construction of Bali’s Light Rail Transit (LRT) is set for September 2024. Click here for the full story.

On that note, we hope you have a fruitful week ahead. Thank you for reading.

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