Bali Weekend Warrior: 5 cold things to do on a island this weekend (May 18-20)

DENPASAR: Get inked

Bali Tattoo Expo 2018

If you’ve been looking for an forgive to get a tattoo in Bali, there’s no time like this weekend. Head over to Denpasar for a island’s biggest annual tattoo eventuality with both internal and general artists prepared to glow their guns up. Tickets are IDR30k (USD$2.13) though opening is giveaway for a food and song area.

When: Friday, May 18 to Sunday, May 20, 10am-10pm
Where: Bali Creative Industry Center (BCIC), Jl. WR. Supratman Tohpati


CANGGU: BBQ and boogie

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Charachara will be portion adult a food splash BBQ combo for IDR100k (US$7) accompanied by a mink marketplace and a extraordinary combo of electronic and universe music, African beats, and genealogical vibes.

When: Saturday, May 19, 5pm-12:30am
Where: Charachara Bali, Jl. Bantu Belig, Gang 2


PETITENGET: Snazzy night out

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MÉTIS Lounge 4th Anniversary Party

Celebrate a fourth birthday of one of Bali’s excellent lounges this weekend with a night of drinks, shisha, and song from KAS, Ben Burgess, Scotty Cal, and Kaiser Waldon. Entry is giveaway though book forward if we wish a table.

When: Saturday, May 19, 10pm-3am
Where: Métis Restaurant Gallery Bali, Jl. Petitenget no. 6


ULUWATU: Recover from a complicated night of disco

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Sundays Beats Brunch 03: Carl Cox Eric Powell’s Mobile Disco

The Carl Cox Eric Powell Mobile Disco in Ulus is already sole out, though breeze down after a Saturday full of partying—whether we go to a mobile disco or not—and brunch during Ulu Cliffhouse for a family accessible brunch by a pool. DJs will start from 12pm and ticket-holders from a mobile disco will get 25 percent off their final bill. Entry is free, though book forward if we wish a daybed.

When: Sunday, May 20, 12pm-9pm
Where: Ulu Cliffhouse


SEMINYAK: Launch of large-scale flip call installation

lost soles

Shedding light on a ecological mistreat caused by elementary flip-flops, artist Linda Klaus as combined a large-scale designation from over 5,000 flip-flops, all scavenged from a beaches of Bali’s west coast. A rainbow-housed structure holding a figure of call will be commissioned during a opening during Potato Head, one of Bali’s many famous beach clubs. The design will go adult on May 19 and will be on arrangement by a 2018 summer season.

When: Saturday, May 19, from 5:30pm
Where: Potato Head Beach Club, Jl. Petitenget

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