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Sundara – Four Seasons’ latest addition

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In contrast to the shores of Seminyak, Sanur, Nusa Dua, and even the remote Ungasan, Jimbaran is scarce when it comes to stylish beach clubs.

While it is true that the Muaya in Jimbaran area is already full of restaurants , these places do not offer comfortable all day often found at the beach club . This situation is reflected in the long line of people trying to get into the Spa Rock Bar at Ayana Resort .

So , when four seasons closed their dining PJ’s and came up with the new and more elegant version is Sundara , we thought it was a good move because it would certainly fill the gap luxury needs in the field .

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Sundara is designed by Koichi Yasuhiro, who also designed the Rock Bar in the same area where these are the one of the best places in Bali .

The hall is divided into several areas , including the main restaurant and mezzanine bar, al fresco dining area , and also the pool .

The sparing use of massive walls means that all these dining rooms offer a generous view of the ocean . Come at noon and you will see a clear view of the sparkling sea , or come late in the afternoon for the scenic sunset .

Food wise, the hotel serves as Jimbaran is known for : fresh seafood . Executive chef cook Greg Bunt has brought the luxury of fine dining at this establishment, which is actually quite laid back in many ways , and the combination works well .

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Many places in Jimbaran serving dishes such as mixed seafood and wood-fired pizza, which serves are quite similar to what Sundara . But people often complain of paying too much for too little taste at a dinner in many places in Jimbaran , while Sundara does not seem a place to create such a problem.

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Singapore Airlines increases flights route to Jakarta and Bali

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Starting from July 26, the Singapore Airlines has added one flight each to Jakarta and Bali so there will be nine flights to Jakarta and the four flights to Bali per day.

Previously, Singapore Airlines has only eight flights to Jakarta and three flights to Bali per day.

“Indonesia’s economy is still developing and it increases the demands for flights both on business and tourism sectors,” Senior Vice President Marketing Planning Singapore Airlines Lee Wen Feng said as quoted by Kompas.com.

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Lee said that Indonesia is one of the most important markets for Singapore Airlines as it is reflected by the increase of flight frequencies to Jakarta and Bali.

With the newly added flights, now the airlines serves 63 flights per week to Jakarta, while to Bali it serves 28 flights per week.

Meanwhile, the Singapore Airlines’ subsidiary, the SilkAir, has also launched their newest destinations to Semarang and Makassar.

“These new flights services will give various options for our customer. It will also give more convenient [for the customer] to go to Singapore and other destinations in our network,” he added.

By Edna Tarigan, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Jul 30, 2013