Bali Children Foundation (Yayasan Samiarsa Seminyak) is a not for profit organisation, founded in 2002 by Margaret Barry, OAM, DSJ after the Bali bombing. Marg believed the tragedy was a consequence of poverty and inadequate educational opportunities and saw the situation as a chance to make a lasting difference.

A year into starting the project Marg suffered her own personal setback. As a result of an accident, she suffered a spinal injury which resulted in total paralysis. After an extremely fortunate but slow process of rehabilitation, Marg eventually found herself back on her feet. During her recovery period, she used her good days to rapidly advance her charity work. As she recovered over the next 3 years, Margaret worked with children’s homes in North and West Bali and concluded that a more sustainable model was well overdue. “Through Children’s Homes, we could only impact a limited number of students, and there were so many villages where the children were just as poor, if not more poor, than the ones in the children’s homes.”

In 2007, Margaret, Bali Children Foundation chairman, Agung Sutama and founding Board member Mike Dolbey, launched their first community-based project in Corot, North Bali, supporting a total of 40 students. The program, with funding support from Paul Wheelton and Lyndsay Beer was a huge success. Over the next 10 years despite a myriad of challenges the Foundation forged ahead to empower thousands of disadvantaged children’s lives.


The BCF English program is delivered into communities via a ‘student centric’ curriculum. Our classes emphasise spoken and listening English which are important skills for future employment in Bali. The BCF curriculum is enhanced with videos and presented to the students via a 55 inch smart TV. This exciting use of technology provides students with previously undreamed of opportunities. BCF employ and train teachers via a unique training program enabling teachers to develop skills and become better teacher practitioners. Curriculums are tailored depending on location, cultural sensitivities and issues pertinent to that specific location. Environmental studies have been introduced into the curriculum over the recent years beginning with the islands of Nusa Lembongan. Here it has been vital to build awareness among the children who will inherit this island and the challenges they face. In other areas, especially ‘rain shadow’ districts with unreliable water supply, hygiene and health messages enter the curriculum.


Jalan Raya Kesambi No 369, Kerobokan, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Phone : +62 85 100 648 400

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INDONESIA TATLER is the online brand extension of the renowned Indonesia Tatler magazine, producing exclusive online content. From the latest in lifestyle trends and the world's leading luxury brands, to the city's most influential personalities to the most glamorous soirees, is the one-stop lifestyle platform with daily updates on everything luxury. As the premier luxury lifestyle and high society website in Indonesia, we constantly strive to expand our reach and to showcase all things luxury in a wide range of topics, from design, arts, high-end fashion, watches and jewellery, travel, beauty to etiquette. We are also the parent brand of Indonesia Tatler Dining, the leading online fine dining guide in Indonesia.

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E-Trade Building, 8th - 9th floor

Jln. KH. Wahid Hasyim No. 55, Menteng, Jakarta 10350, Indonesia

Phone : +62 21 3190 6838, Fax : 6221 3190 6839

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Tango Lovers Jakarta was established in 2009, by all of us - Tango community in Jakarta. Mercy F. Ogotan was the lady who pursued to make this community existed. Now, we are maintain Tangueras and Tangueros community to keep practising our passion in Tango, and to share any information , event, lesson or anything with all of us.

Tango Lovers Jakarta is a non-profit organization, which aims to promote tango to the community in Indonesia. It organize by some ladies who dedicated their passion for tango, the mission of the organization is to grow a healthy tango by organizing workshops and other activities, such as “practicas” (to practice), “milongas” (to dance), and also special events by inviting maestros from abroad such as Argentina, Europe, and other country of the world.Ratih Soe Kosasie is a lady who really in loves to dance tango, with her passion in tango she established Tango Lovers Jakarta in December 2008, and work together with some friends to make the community bigger.Within of its formation, Tango Lovers Jakarta has indeed set a new trend to create a new environment for social dancing. The tango fever is now raging on, in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta.Come and share their passion for it takes more to tango.

Jl. Kemang Selatan V, No. 3, Jakarta

Phone : +62 21 7179 2629 (Gita Ramawati)

Facebook : Tango Lovers Jakarta


Kumala Pantai Vision

Being the fifth member of the prestigious GK Group Hotel chain, we take pride in our world class management team of competent and responsive key players. Our name “Kumala Pantai”, which literally translates into “The Crown of the Beach”, reflects this dedication to deliver you only the best service and hospitality.

The Garden of Statues

Take a stroll back in time through ravishing collection of flora and hundred year old trees and statues in our gardens. Our collection of rare stone or wooden carvings of characters and figures in Balinese and Hindu culture, numbers nearly a thousand. Each figure bears a name and legend as different as the next. The interaction of man made structures and nature create a most curious synergy of beauty and art. We nurture nearly a thousand types of exotic native flowers including Anggrek Bulan, Irian Flame and Wijaya Kusuma. Legend has it that those who are lucky enough to witness a Wijaya Kusuma in full bloom before 9 at night will have many years of good health and fortune. In the manner of Balinese believes, some trees are considered sacred and are thus clothed with special sarongs. Going around the premise is made easy with carefully thought off disabled access.

The Architecture

The design of the suites gathers inspirations from century old Balinese culture with hints of European touches, symbolising a marriage of community from the East and West. We have five main buildings assembled strategically to frame the gardens, which together tell the legend of the Pandawa Lima. The Pandawas are the five brothers of deified warriors from an ancient Hindu literature, Maha Bharata. Our buildings take on the character and the name of each warrior; Yudhistira, Bima, Arjuna, Nakula Sahadewa and finally their mentor Semar. To us, the sense of closely linked community, family integrity and achivements through the lives of these warriors are the foundation of Hotel Kumala Pantai.

Jl. Werkudara - Legian Kaja Kuta, Bali 80361 Indonesia

Phone : +62 361 755 500, Fax : +62 361 755 700

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Bali, A word that conjures up magical images of a truly unique island culture.

Think of Bali and you’ll be imagining spectacular scenery, rich, emerald green rice padi fields, fabulously fragrant food, majestic mountains and sun soaked poolside chilling out moments. All this coupled with the legendary welcome and outstanding hospitality that the Balinese are famous for around the world,

Whatever your personal dream of Bali, there’s no finer place for your dream to come true than The Ayung Resort, Ubud

Ubud is historically the spiritual and bohemian centre of Bali. The Ayung Resort and Hotel Ubud is set in a dramatic, eight-hectare private tropical rainforest estate, and is the perfect venue for relaxing, romantic holidays, special occasions or the stage for a highly memorable corporate event. The unforgettable, natural and award winning setting of The Ayung Resort Ubud is only one aspect of this totally unique resort.

Our remarkable signature art collection, displayed throughout the resort, represents our founder's passion and lifetime achievement of collecting dramatic and rare artefacts from Asia and beyond. For those who appreciate such things, our art collection represents a once in a lifetime opportunity to view a number of very special sculptures and rare paintings. A unique property of significant local importance and prominence.

Banjar Begawan, Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia 80572

Phone : +62 361 9001333

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Situated in the middle of the lively and stylish area of Seminyak. A convenient 10km away from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport and strategically situated within easy reach of Seminyak eat street, designer boutiques, shopping centre, and only a 10-minute drive by free shuttle service to Seminyak beach, the resort is committed to set the bar high of providing guests with distinctive Indonesian hospitality and services as a world-class resort.

Immerse into a tropical paradise by staying at The Trans Resort Bali. Features 184 exceptionally appointed guest rooms and suites with Jacuzzis, and 16 palatial villas with private pools, each room is complemented with luxurious amenities, exclusively designed bedding with 100% goose-down pillow and customized linen made of luxurious Egyptian cotton, offering unparalleled comfort and luxurious experience. The facilities are just as inviting, with an outdoor sandy beach pool, on-site spa and wellness centre, kid’s club, dazzling grand ballroom and personalized services, there is no place like The Trans Resort Bali.

Sunset Road, Seminyak-Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia

Phone : +62 361 8981234 , Fax : +62 361 8981233

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