hellobali - - EDITOR’SLETTER -

I'm aware that in gen­eral peo­ple come to Bali to kick back, re­lax and en­joy a trop­i­cal break. As some­one whose spirit an­i­mal is the sloth, I can ap­pre­ci­ate this kind of hol­i­day. Hav­ing said that, it is sum­mer, and sum­mer in Bali is too gor­geous – clear blue skies and cool­ing breezes – to be wasted loung­ing be­side your ho­tel pool the whole day. We at want to en­cour­age you to get out, get ac­tive, and get your ad­ven­ture on! Our Is­land Life pages fea­ture a list of sporty and out­doorsy ac­tiv­i­ties for you to en­gage in. We also talk to a re­spected capo­erista and a triathlon ace to in­spire you.

Fur­ther­more, we un­der­stand that there are peo­ple who find their ad­ven­ture at the hippest and wildest sum­mer fes­ti­vals around (like yours truly does). So we also pro­vide a long list of par­ties in the High Sea­son High­lights page. It’s go­ing to be one cool sum­mer! Happy read­ing!

– RUNI IN­DRANI, Hi hel­lob­ali, I loved the Food Bi­ble is­sue in July. Turns out there were many great eat­ing joints in Bali that I hadn’t heard of be­fore read­ing the mag­a­zine. Great guide for a tourist like me!


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