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After a long-awaited re-opening, Bali is back in business with quarantine-free stays and visas on arrival for international travellers. To welcome returning guests, Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort is striving to ensure that their arrival and stay is as seamless and safe as possible with the new ‘Back to Bali’ package.

A scenic drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Anantara Uluwatu offers a complimentary airport pick-up to the resort where guests can stay with peace of mind knowing it is fully certified with the Indonesian government’s Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE). Upon arrival a traditional Balinese blessing welcomes travellers back to the island.

Perched atop a dramatic cliff, Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort’s contemporary luxury reveals sensational ocean views of the world-renowned Impossible Beach right in front of the resort. This beach is one of the most famous surf points in Bali where surfers can descend through the resort’s beach elevator to the beautiful rocky beach. From there, it’s only 300 metres to paddle out from the aptly named beach to the break that is suitable for surfing pro’s all year round.

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Few destinations evoke visions of paradise like Bali. With its stepped terraces of rice, dramatic highland gorges, beaches of volcanic sand and omni-present Balinese dance-drama, the name of the place is a panacea.

There’s one corner of Bali that remains largely untouched and truly delivers on these visions of paradise. Still a pristine, culturally vibrant and spiritually charged local preserve that slips under the majority travellers’ radars.

Welcome to the fertile Tabanan Regency.

A vast patchwork of blazing green and gold rice fields blankets the area’s 839 square kilometres, nurtured by an irrigation system, known as the Subak, that was developed in the 9th century and is now recognised by UNESCO as a cultural asset.




The most scintillating jewels in the Subak crown are the beautiful Jatiluwih rice fields. The UNESCO protected rice fields step down from volcanic Mount Batukaru in a series of iconic terraces.

Reaching 2,275 metres above sea level, its top often obscured by cloud, Batukaru dominates the Tabanan. Unlike other mountains in Bali, it is rare to encounter other trekkers on a nine-hour ascent of the island’s second highest volcano. You’re much more likely to encounter Kijang (small deer), Pangolin (ant eater), and Macaque (monkeys). Its summit is worth the challenging hike, offering a sweeping vista of Mount Agung, Bali’s tallest mountain, Lombok Island and Java Island.

Authentic, quaint villages, where the warm, industrious Balinese people’s centuries-old way of life remains intact, are scattered throughout the picturesque countryside. Smiling women and men stroll along narrow streets lined with frangipani, bougainvillea and coconut trees, balancing offerings of fresh fruit on their heads and shoulders respectively.

The regency’s secluded south-west is bordered by black diamond sands punctuated by volcanic rock cliffs jutting out into the Indian Ocean. The Tabanan is home to one of Bali’s most sacred sites, Tanah Lot Temple, a 16th-century Hindu sanctuary perched on a offshore rock cradled by craggy cliffs.

This is Bali, as it should be. The rice bowl of Indonesia.

On the edge of a black diamond sand beach surrounded by rice fields, the independently owned and operated Soori Bali was conceived as a private vacation home for the family of the renowned architect, Soo K. Chan. Yet the setting was so breathtakingly beautiful, and its feng shui so compelling Soo expanded his original vision from a private retreat to a more public experience. All of Soori Bali’s 48 villas feature private pools with sweeping vistas of the ocean or rice fields under the gaze of Mount Batukaru. The EarthCheck Gold-certified resort’s expansive facilities include an infinity pool, gymnasium, library, spa, helipad, two gourmet restaurants serving Indonesian and European cuisine, leisure concierge and butler service, and round-the-clock room service.

The recently relaunched resort boasts a genuine connection to its local community and environment. Its holistic design respects the integrity of Subak, with villas located around irrigation channels and village processional routes. A total of 10 temples are situated on site in accordance with a design developed by a local religious leader. Beach parades, onsite prayers and blessings and the artistry of visiting local musicians and dancers also open windows to Balinese culture.

Guests are regularly treated to lively, colorful dance rehearsals and performances in the late afternoon and evening, by a local traditional dancing school for the Kelating village girls supported by Soori Bali. The resort’s special new menu features farmyard chicken, Muscovy duck, quail, freshly caught fish and organic vegetables. It’s slow cooked with authentic Balinese spices on a traditional pit using black volcanic sand from Soori Bali’s beach and served as a complement to a performance of Balinese dancers moving to the strains of live gamelan players.

One of the most iconic gamelan instruments is the rindik, a bamboo version of a xylophone. The soft, subtle notes - sounded as the traditional instrument’s bamboo tubes of varying widths and lengths are struck with mallets in both hands - are ubiquitous across Bali. It may look effortless to play yet mastering the rindik takes years of practice.

The traditional Kecak dance, a dramatization of the epic story of King Rama rescuing his wife Sinta with the help of an army of monkeys led by Hanuman, is a welcome assault on the senses. Typically about 100 men sit in concentric circles around an oil lamp, chanting and chatting until they fall into a trance.





As Soori Bali started out as a private family vacation home, the resort’s innovative “journeys” program is built around authentically-enriching experiences including visits to the onsite bat cave, kite-making, cooking classes with the chef, horseback riding on the beach, and indigenous fishing. You can even try your hand at learning to play the rindik.

A team of onsite practitioners and visiting wellness experts offer physical alignment and massage therapies, acupuncture, meditation, neurotherapy, and longevity procedures among many bespoke techniques.

Soori Bali, the newest member of Leading Hotels of the World, is remote yet accessible. Just over an hour's drive from Denpasar, and 20 minutes from Tanah Lot, Soori Bali’s location allows travellers to discover the Tabanan, Bali’s last wild frontier.

The ‘Bali of old’ remains intact. You just need to know where to look.

See the story of Soori Bali: https://vimeo.com/185705175
For reservations and more information: www.sooribali.com

Soori Bali is surrounded by rice fields under the gaze of Bali’s second highest mountain, Mount Batukaru.

Interesting aspects of Balinese Culture

Bali’s naming system: The Balinese name their children based on the order they are born, with the same names for both males and females. The firstborn child is named Wayan, Putu or Gede, the second is named Made or Kadek, the third child goes by Nyoman or Komang, and the fourth is named Ketut.

Day of silence: On New Year’s Day, known as Nyepi, the Island of the Gods completely shuts down for 24 hours. No one leaves their home on this day of contemplation, meditation, fasting and reflecting on the past year. Shops, restaurants and beaches are closed, electricity use is kept to a minimum and even the airport closes.

In a trance: A form of Balinese dance and music drama, Kecak is performed by more than 100 men sitting in concentric circles and percussively chanting “cak” as they move their arms about. Also known as Ramayana Monkey Chant, this piece draws inspiration from Sanghyang, a trance-inducing exorcism dance.

Touching Earth: For the first three months of their lives, babies are carried everywhere. Why? They are not ready to touch the ground to keep their connection to spirit intact. Once babies are three months old, they are blessed at a ceremony and their feet touch the ground for the first time.

Reaching adulthood: The Balinese mark the transition from child to adult with a ceremony that includes filing of the filing of the incisor teeth, which are deemed uncouth and need to be filed down. In addition to helping one become stronger, it is also believed the ceremony helps mitigate evils such as greed and jealousy.

Check out our videos of life at Soori Bali on Instagram here.
Soori Bali overlooks a stunning stretch of black diamond sand volcanic beach.

Some helpful Balinese lingo

Thank you Suksma
Excuse me Sugra nggih!
How much? Aji kuda niki?
What time is it? Jam kuda niki?
Good morning Rahajeng Semeng
Good evening Rahajeng Wengi
Goodbye Pamit Nggih
My name is … Wastan tiang …
How are you? Punapi gatra?
I am fine Tiang becik-becik
Where have you been? Dija mara?
Where are you going? Kal kija?
I am from (country) Tiang uling (country)



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WESTIN HOTELS & RESORTS SALUTES THE EARLY RISING RUNNING COMMUNITY , 
STUDY REVEALS TRAVELERS ARE UP BEFORE THE SUN TO RECLAIM THEIR WELL-BEING ROUTINE

Beginning on Global Running Day, Westin Pilots Reflective Gear, Adding to the Brand’s Popular & Pioneering Gear Lending Program

Bethesda, MD., June 7, 2017 – In celebration of Global Running Day, Westin Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR), today announced an addition to the brand’s game-changing Gear Lending program, which offers guests access to New Balance® shoes and workout apparel during their stay for only $5.00 USD or the local currency equivalent. For the month of June, reflective wristbands and light-up sneaker clips will be included in the Gear Lending offering, allowing guests to pack light, stay fit, and now, rise earlier.

“Travelers today are over-scheduled and always-on; in response, we are seeing people realign their priorities to put their well-being first,” said Brian Povinelli, SVP and Global Brand Leader, Westin Hotels & Resorts. “Whether at home or on the road, often the only time guests have for themselves is the morning. Fueled by our guests’ passion for running and the brand’s promise to empower travelers to move well, we hope this extension to our Gear Lending program will inspire travelers to rise early and own their morning on Global Running Day and beyond.”

Global Study Sees a Surge in Travelers Sweating Before Sunrise

With less time and more disruptors on the road, 3 in 4 people have trouble maintaining their wellness routine while traveling: sleeping less and exercising less with increased stress levels, even when on vacation. In response, guests around the globe are increasingly getting up before the sun to own their morning through well-being and regaining control of their routines on the road.

A global study conducted in partnership with StudyLogic revealed that almost 40% of global respondents are most in control of their wellness routine between 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Surprisingly, nearly 25% of respondents specified that they are most in control between 4:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. And many of those wellness routines include running: 45% of global respondents intend to run while traveling.

“As someone who travels throughout the world bringing to life the brand’s renowned running program, I have never met a guest who wakes up early to run and regrets it,” said Chris Heuisler, National RunWESTIN™ Concierge. “There is magic in the early morning hours that fosters a sense of comradery, broadens your perspective and reframes your day. With a strong commitment to the running community, we are delighted to shine a new light on running for travelers and support an event that has quickly become a global phenomenon celebrated around the world.”

Rise & Shine: Westin Hotels & Resorts Celebrate Global Running Day around the World

Today the brand boasts nearly 200 Run Concierges globally, who host group runs for guests and encourage runners of all levels to grab a runWESTIN™ map and explore their destination. Whether it is millennials, who view fitness activities to be more social than competitive; business travelers who are shifting their preference from country clubs to running clubs; or even honeymooners, who are increasingly running together as a way to decompress, disconnect and be a tourist at the same time; Westin continues to evolve its offerings to support the running community.

To celebrate Global Running Day, Westin hotels around the world will host empowering runs enlisting guests and associates to rise early and own their morning. Equipped with the brand’s new reflective gear, Run Concierges will lead runners through the scenic routes of cities, along beachfronts and amid rural landscapes to experience sunrise through Westin’s well-being lens.

In “the City that Never Sleeps,” guests and locals will hit the pavement before Manhattan wakes up with a run beginning at The Westin New York at Times Square, along the scenic Westside Highway and culminating with a fresh and refueling breakfast downtown. In Mexico, the newly built Westin Cozumel has partnered with New Balance Ambassador and Olympic Medalist Ismael Hernandez to lead an inspiring morning run along the coastal beach town; while in Germany, The Westin Hamburg has partnered with Mourad Bekakcha, the fastest runner in the region, to run and train with travelers along the waterfront of the famed port city.

Many Westin hotels around the world will join the celebration in markets including: Austin, Beijing, Boston, Costa Rica, Cairo, Cape Town, Vancouver and Jakarta among others.

Brand Campaign Challenges Travelers: “Will You Get Up, or Will You Rise?”

This initiative follows on the heels of the brand’s launch of its new multi-million-dollar campaign, Let’s Rise, which takes on the disruptions, distractions and unpredictability of travel while empowering travelers to embrace well-being as a way to regain control of their routines and be their best while on the road.

Because morning is the first and best opportunity to take control of the day ahead, the campaign uses morning light as a consistent creative device to speak to the potential that the morning holds. Overall, the campaign calls consumers to answer a simple question, “Will you get up, or will you rise?” The Let’s Rise mantra will continue to serve as an anchor for the wellness programs and partnerships that roll out for guests and associates throughout the year.

To learn more about Westin and its fitness offerings visit westin.com/letsrise or westin.com/movewell.






THE WESTIN RESORT NUSA DUA, BALI CELEBRATES WORLD SLEEP DAY, JOINING MORE THAN 200 HOTELS AROUND THE GLOBE IN A MOVEMENT TO #SLEEPSTRONG

WHO: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali team (Managing Director, Senior Leadership Team, Westin Bali Yoga Club, Media, Guests of Bali Collection, Marriott International associates in Bali.

WHAT: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Celebrated World Sleep Day 2017

This event follows on the heels of the announcement of Westin’s commitment to the World Sleep Society as part of a larger effort to put ‘sleep shaming’ to bed.

In celebration of World Sleep Day, Westin is encouraging an emerging pro-sleep movement and pledging to support the World Sleep Society for those who use the #SleepStrong hashtag to showcase their “best rest” on Instagram and twitter.* The World Sleep Society is an esteemed non-profit organization whose mission is to advance sleep health worldwide and who shares the Westin brand’s commitment to raise awareness about the benefits of a better night’s sleep.

Beyond social media, Westin continues to find new ways to empower guests to regain control of their well-being and get their best rest while on the road. The latest in a series of sleep offerings, Westin is rolling out a “Bedtime Call” at more than 200 hotels around the globe, giving travelers the option to schedule a restful reminder for when they should turn-in and power-down to get a great night’s sleep. Guests can opt in upon request through the Westin Service Express team.

Whether travelers share their #SleepStrong moments on social media or schedule a bedtime call, Westin takes the stress out of sleeping well on the road. From the brand’s signature Heavenly® Bed and the new Sleep Well Lavender Balm bedside amenity, to the Sleep Well in-room dining menu, guests will undoubtedly rise feeling rejuvenated and perhaps return home with a new #SleepStrong-inspired routine.

For more information about Westin’s pro-sleep movement and the brand’s partnership with the World Sleep Society, please visit: http://worldsleepday.org/multi-country-2017-westin-hotels-resorts

WHERE: Bali Collection, Lobby A – ITDC Complex Nusa Dua, Bali
WHEN: Friday, 17 March 2017

Follow @Westin and @WestinBali on Facebook, Instagram and twitter and join the conversation at #SleepStrong.







PREGO GETS COOKING AGAIN

Chef Alessandro Molini unveils the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine with a fun interactive cooking class.

Nusa Dua, Bali, March 2017… Prego at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali is delighted to announce the relaunch of its cooking class program. This activity will be commenced on Saturday, 18 March 2017 and will be held twice a month during weekends led exclusively by Italian Chef Alessandro Molini, also known as Chef Alex. During each session, he will be sharing his culinary secrets about the preparation of authentic Italian cuisine with audiences of enthusiastic participants.

This interactive classes will provide an opportunity for guests to learn new skills under the expert guidance of a seasoned professional. Chef Alex grew up surrounded by good food cooked with love in his hometown of Montecrestese, Italy. He has a particular passion for baking and is keen to motivate aspiring home cooks. With aprons and hats on, participants will gain a whole new appreciation for a number of classic dishes. Classes held in March will focus on fettuccini. Chef Alex will also be explaining how the Italian tradition of gathering around the table and sharing dishes brings family members together. The experience is priced at just IDR 360,000++ per person including a certificate and Chef Alex recipe card.

For more information, please visit the website www.westin.com/bali or follow the resort’s social media channels Facebook www.facebook.com/westinbali and www.instagram.com/westinbali.
Please also follow Prego social media on www.facebook.com/pregobali and www.instagram.com/pregobali.