Some of Bali’s best dining experiences have been packed into a deck of cards with the release of compact guide Bali Eats & Drinks by niche travel company Luckie.

Bali with its lush landscape, rich cultural traditions and deep-rooted spirituality has long lured those in search of the exotic. Emerging in recent years as a bona fide gastronomic destination, it now also draws those looking for food and memorable dining experiences. Chefs from around the world have descended on Bali, bringing the secrets and the exhilarating aromas of the spice islands with them, while international chefs are so married to their jobs they take on a beach restaurant instead of a beach house. Destination Editor Alison Bone has been a long-term resident, documenting the ever evolving dining scene as a Food Writer and Editor for Bali Eats & Drinks.

Bali Eats & Drinks is a compact guide, presented as a deck of cards revealing 52 of the best culinary experiences across a myriad of styles, cuisines and prices. Two additional cards also detail the most spectacular sunset spots and tastiest local warungs. It is a go-to guide made easy. “Bali has become a true world-class dining destination,” said Alison. “Not only are we spoilt for choice when it comes to so much fabulous food, but we are also treated to incredible venues, from bohemian beach clubs to old school Balinese restaurants in the rice fields, to the coolest cliff top bars boasting the latest in cutting-edge design. These days Bali has something for everyone, and this guide has been carefully compiled to point you in the right direction. Life is too short for ordinary dining experiences.”

Alison harnessed the wisdom of local hospitality experts to help select the finest 52 dining and drinking experiences across the island. The guides are 100 per cent independent and curated with quality and innovation in mind.

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