Beats & Beach Clubs In Bali: What to expect at the inaugural CASSIA Festival

Beats & Beach Clubs In Bali: What to expect at the inaugural CASSIA Festival

A lush hotel experience soundtracked by some of Australia - and the world's - finest DJs.

So it's getting to the end of the year and that Christmas holiday break is so close you can almost taste the Christmas turkey. But you know how the old saying goes, the closer you get to a desired destination the further away it seems? Well why not help get there a little quicker with a cheeky little five day getaway at the inaugural Cassia: Bali Festival?

Set in and around the lush surrounds of The Mansion Resort in Ubud, Cassia: Bali will play host to 220 dance enthusiasts for a hedonstic week away from the real world, soundtracked by some of this country's finest beatmakers and DJs. Just getting away seems fine, but how about spending with this lot:

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With top tier talent bringing the beats at night, there's plenty of activities to keep you busy during the day (if sitting around the pool ain't doing it for ya), including massages, jungle trekking, quad biking and zip-lining.

There's a bunch of different (and v-nicely priced) packages available via the Cassia: Bali WEBSITE, some of them all-inclusive, including flights from your homebase in Australia, along with transfers, drinks and food covered during your stay at The Mansion, which looks insane:

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Head to the Cassia: Bali WEBSITE now to find a package that suits you.

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