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ISSUE 234

 

FESTIVE FEASTS... WHAT’S ON FOR CHRISTMAS!

Christmas is a special time for sharing with family and friends, enjoying great food and festive cheer. In this issue we bring you the best places to celebrate Christmas on Lombok!

Asmara Restaurant is a favourite with both visitors and expats, and to celebrate Christmas the popular eatery is offering its famous ‘Roast Turkey served German-style’ with spiced red cabbage, sweet potato and carrot crush or rosemary potatoes, topped with gravy and cranberry sauce.

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THE YAK AWARDS 2016

The who’s who of Bali turned out for ‘The Yak Awards 2016’ held on Friday, 2 December at Vue Beach Club, LV8, Berawa.

Each year for the past 12 years, The Yak – Bali's leading lifestyle magazine –  runs a poll on their website (www.theyakmag.com) asking readers to vote for Bali’s outstanding businesses and noteworthy individuals.

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What's Hot

A little birdy told us (well, actually a very large birdy) that Pepito is coming to Lombok!

The Pepito chain operates the popular Pepito Supermarkets throughout Bali, as well as Pepito Express, Bakers Corner and Pepito Deli. They retail fresh produce, bakery items, dairy products, meats and seafood, deli goods, as well as canned and packaged foods, and imported goods.

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NEW DIRECT LOMBOK-SURABAYA FERRY SERVICE

Lombok has a new ferry service connecting the island directly to Surabaya and by-passing the previous route via Bali.

State-owned ferry company4894, PT ASDP Ferry Indonesia commenced the service this month with the maiden journey on 1 December.

The new ferry service operates twice each week: departing from Tanjung Perak Harbour in Surabaya on Mondays and Thursdays and from Lembar Harbour on Lombok every Wednesday and Saturday.

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LOMBOK AND BEYOND…. With the Empress

Flores, Alor, Ambon, ‘The Spice Islands’, ‘The Forgotten Islands’… the exotic names conjure up images of far-away places steeped in history.

Lombok is the gateway for those wishing to explore these islands – including the famous island of Komodo, home of the ‘dragons’.

With more than 18,000 islands in Indonesia, the islands east of Bali are mostly unspoilt and rarely visited. Located between the Pacific and Indian Oceans, they also provide exceptional dive sites with an amazing diversity of marine life.

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