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Best Mother's Day Ideas in Bali

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by Lesley Mitchell (subscribe)
Author/lecturer/Intuitive/Natural Therapist/Artist/Soap-Maker/Chef. WEBS: or Also find us under RenascentBathBody or RenascentCollege on eBay, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, Instagram
Published March 25th 2018
You won't believe where these are located
If you happen to be lucky enough to find yourself in Bali for Mother's Day, lucky you! Here's how to make a holiday even more special!

Mother's day is the one special day of the year where mum gets to be pampered and if you are looking for somewhere special to take her, here are some of my favourites.

High Tea at Biku will have you feeling like you have stepped into the olde-world romantic era (or maybe an ancient shed).

At Biku: They specialise in Tea, with their tea list of over 50 different varieties around the world. High tea is served from 11am-6pm every day, with traditional afternoon tea, or Asian high tea. There is also a children's high tea with cupcakes, gingerbread men, and sandwiches.

Click HERE for the Biku High Tea Menu and bookings.

Angelita Tea Salon & Patisserie - This place is certainly a respite from the crazy busy streets of Seminyak, step inside, feel the cool breeze and white surrounds and you'll feel like you can take a breather again.

Whether you pop in and collect some treats to take home (hotel) for mum or have tea, here at Angelita's are some lovely treats. Click HERE for menu choices.

Gardin Tea Conservatory, Restaurant, Bistro & Patisserie - Elegant, gourmet food in a beautiful Garden conservatory-like environment.

Click HERE for Gardin's current offerings and events or just to book a table.

Gardin - Away from the tourist hustle and bustle whilst still being right in it *Image copyright Lesley Mitchell

Over to you - do you have some great suggestions for places in Bali Mum would love, we would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. Use the comments box at the bottom of this article to share with WN readers.
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Why? As special as Bali is, we can make it even more so!
Where: Bali
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