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MoVida AND AKADEMI LAUNCHING WITHIN THE KATAMAMA HOTEL, OPENING JANUARY 7TH 2016.


MoVida

PTT Family, the group behind the renowned Potato Head Beach Club are opening its first hotel venture, Katamama. As a culturally led hotel, we believe in innovative timeless design. Every aspect of Katamama is personally designed by using the finest local artisans, architects and artists. A modern interpretation of Indonesian culture and craftsmanship. The hotel is scheduled to open in February 2016.

As part of the experience we have invited two independent brands into the neighborhood, opening January 7h. Bringing whom we consider to be some of the best in the mixology and culinary world. A great addition to the island, and to our local neighborhood.



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RIP CURL CUP CLOSING CEREMONY PARTY – DAMN NEAR BRINGS THE ROOF DOWN!

4.RIP CURL CUP

For a contest that was not even held this year, the Rip Curl Cup closing party should get some sort of award for party throwing. Huge, as usual and costume themed, as usual, thanks to the costume ball obsessed CEO Jeff Anderson, we weren’t sure if this thing was a party or a benevolent riot. “The 80’s” was the theme and from the first shot of Curevo gold at the door until the last strains of the Tom Curren Band, everyone there was caught up in the glare of the lights and deafening music swirling on a dance floor in the mud and the blood and the booze.

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THE TOM CURREN BAND ROCKS THE CASHEW TREE CLUB AT BINGIN!

3.THE TOM CURREN BAND ROCKS

It wasn’t the fact that the band did not play any of the songs they promised or rehearsed that made it a great night. Nor was it the fact that Tom Curren mostly hid in the shadows and gave stage to the electrifying guitar riffs of Rick Battson. Nor was it the fact that it was the biggest night ever seen at this venue. No, what made it a great night was, well, the vibe.

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JAPANESE WITH A FRESH TWIST

Japanese cuisine, who doesn’t love it? Travel to any major city around the globe and you’ll be sure to find a few outlets to satisfy your craving for the immaculate taste of the orient. But when looking for Japanese food to enjoy whether for lunch or dinner, Ryoshi is a must try. It is the first Japanese restaurant to open in Bali 20 years ago, and takes the top spot in presenting patrons with delectable Japanese cuisines that comes with a fresh new twist. Ask anybody you meet while you’re in Bali; mention “Japanese cuisine” or “Japanese restaurant” and the name Ryoshi will automatically pop up.

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