Work/ Play in Kuta

Right after Siem Reap, I flew into Bali for work.

I was very excited to go back to Bali now that this time to Kuta.

My previous visit to Bali was a very leisure trip, one I spend on my own resting, reading and taking time to see the cultured things that make up Bali. I stayed in Ubud, didn’t move an inch while I was in Ubud, and didn’t even bother to explore any other place except... for Tanah Lot.

Now that I’m back!! And in the infamous Kuta!!

I stayed in the newest Starwood property in Indonesia; Four Points by Sheraton Bali Kuta. I’ve worked with them previously and was just so excited to meet the awesome people behind this beautiful property.

Look at how beautiful this hotel is. 

The swimming pool stretches from the entrance right up till the end (it’s right smack in the middle of the rooms) and if you take a look from the top it’s almost like a postcard… and I’m not done yet, they also have a friggin roof top pool !! Surrounded by trees, and attached to a pool bar……. I mean, seriously, who needs to go out anymore? 

These beautiful tree barks that make up tables were some of my favourite furniture in the hotel. I forgot how beautiful the deco in Bali is … it’s so effortless, like they don’t even have to try. Seriously, they don’t.

Must. Resist. Taking. Food. Pictures. In the. Hotel. 

Okay, can't. Too pretty. Love bacon, bacon loves me. 

Located minutes away from the famous Kuta Beach, there was one that almost gave me a heart attack when we were transferred in from the airport to the hotel… like how skilful the drivers there were! The hotel was located right in the centre of it all, you see cars, scooters, surfboards, passerbys all going different directions in such an intimate space.


Working by day, and probably the only time to look around Kuta by night – I was happy to join the rest of my friends exploring famous spots and restaurants around Kuta (because really, I would have no time to search around).

We tried a beautiful retail/ art cafĂ© called Livingstone in Seminyak 

We tried the Wild Hogs which was previously called the Naughty Nuri’s (LOVED IT) 

We also tried the fancy Potato Head, great for lounging and seeing sunsets

I stayed indoors and called it a night early in most nights because work, and wanted to keep myself hydrated and make sure my biological time is in place after traveling in and out of planes.

This was such a good trip of friends, work, and food - glad I took it easy, wouldn't want it any other way :)



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