FEATURES AND FITTINGS
Yak Fashion: Where Angels Fear To Tread . . . dreaming in the shadows with our summer fashion fanfare.
Omnibus: Andrew E. Hall ruminates on the true bond between men and women in The Book of Om.
Cut Throat Biz: Jack The Knife goes for a close shave in Bali’s newest man-love craze – the wet shave.
Foreplay: Golfer Monty West keeps his head down and takes a swing on Bali’s best courses. Awas!
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La Finca brings the Basque country to Bali.
Turning Japanese at Shinto Spa.
Sarah Douglas dines in style at St. Regis Resort.
A little bit street, a little bit sea and a little bit rock and roll.
The house that built Steve Palmer.
Katie Truman visits a trio of passionate places to stay.
Paul W. heads to the beach and finds contemporary Bali.
James Watling and friend go for a gourmet gallivant.
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The Yak visits the beat generation with Little Dragon, Vermont, Kelis, BadBadNotGood and Atos.
Will Meyrick of Sarong Restaurant fame is on a mission to educate people about the subtlety of Indonesia’s coffees.
All The Pretty Things: Pearls of wisdom from Salvador Bali on this island’s beautiful jewelry outfits.
Paul W. raps about style, comfort and distinctive architecture with One Eleven futurist Michal Tyles.
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Single Malt: If drinking good whiskey is your thing there’s a place to indulge your passion…
Susan Hu goes grand and gets in some pomp and pampering at The Pan Pacific.
Bali has emerged as a global party mecca – greater Seminyak its nerve centre – and the party season is always upon us.
Paul W. heads to the beach and finds a resort that resonates with contemporary Bali: WakaGangga.
Jenja: A grown up club and diner makes its debut with Middle Eastern cuisine and a down to earth spaceship vibe.
Merah Putih puts a new spin on traditional Indonesian cuisine, writes Ondy Sweeting.
The Yak’s Cuisine Correspondent visits Zibiru, a place that’s so good she’d rather not talk about it.
The Yak checks out six of the best spots to while away your Happy Hours . . .