Get off the beaten track with a bicycle tour of the Bali countryside. The ride takes in volcanic landscapes, lush rice paddies, coffee plantations, temples, and opportunities to learn about local culture. The “Bali Bike Baik Tour” lasts from 8am to 4pm and includes an 8-course Balinese lunch. The tour costs IDR400,000 (USD46) for adults and IDR250,000 (USD29) for children under 12.
Jakarta’s best brunch happens every Sunday from 11:30am to 3pm at Asia Restaurant in the Ritz Carlton Hotel. The lavish spread includes salads, sushi, pastries, cooked-to-order eggs, noodles, roast meats, seafood and more. Brunch costs IDR268,000 (USD31) per adult with free-flow of coffee, tea, soft drinks and fresh fruit juices or IDR398,000 (USD46) with alcoholic beverages.
Bali Discovery Tours now offers canyon tours around Bali’s spectacular mountains and waterfalls. These fun and challenging adventure tours include all climbing equipment, lunch, and a professional guide. Rates start from USD110 per person for a full-day tour and adrenaline junkies can save 10% by booking online. A minimum of 2 participants are required. Quoted prices are accurate until March 31, 2011.
The theatrical show “Regalia – The Enchanted Forest” debuted on June 4th and will be delighting audiences at the Bali Theater until December 30, 2011. The show lasts about 1.5 hours and features an international cast of acrobats, dancers, singers, and actors. Performances take place every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and doors open at 6:00 pm. Ticket prices start from USD25 per person.
The St. Regis Hotel’s iconic afternoon tea may have originated in New York, but the experience is also available in Bali. The King Cole Bar at the St. Regis Bali now offers an afternoon tea buffet every day from 3:00pm to 5:30pm. The meal costs IDR350,000 (USD39.50) per adult and includes a selection of hot and cold delicacies, desserts from their French pastry chef, and gourmet coffee or tea.