How To Spend A Day In Black-Owned Bali
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How To Spend A Day In Black-Owned Bali

black owned business , Bali , Indonesia
Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Jan 25, 2021

There’s an emerging Black expat community in Bali that has grown over the last few years. Subsequently, Black-owned businesses are popping up on the “Island of the Gods.”

If you’re planning a visit, be sure to spend a day supporting these Black-owned businesses in Bali

According to Black In Bali staff, Canguu Studio is a Black-owned health and wellness center.

From power yoga, barre tone, dance, and more, Canguu Studio offers various classes that will allow you to feel good.

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Deirdre Amola is the founder and owner of Black Travel Fest: a travel resource company that helps to plan trips and teaches people how to move abroad. Amola is based in Bali and has created a guide for the ultimate experience.

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Michael Taylor is the co-owner of Los Jefes, a tequila bar, and kitchen where every day is “Taco Tuesday.” The restaurant is described as “an adventure in meticulously crafted, locally sourced authentic Mexican dishes coupled with artisan cocktails.”

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Los Jefes co-owners said the restaurant offers uncomplicated authentic Mexican fare presented in a light-filled, contemporary space. Fun fact: it’s a favorite of Russell Simmons.

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This list is developing! Contact the author on Instagram if you know of any additional Black-owned businesses.

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