Janet DeNeefe


Country: Australia/Indonesia

Melbourne, Australia-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder and Director of Ubud Writers & Readers Festival and Ubud Food Festival, has lived in Bali for over three decades. Her latest book Bali: Food of My Island Home followed her memoir Fragrant Rice. She also owns Casa Luna, Indus Restaurant, and Honeymoon Guesthouse and Bakery in Ubud.

Kelahiran Melbourne, Australia Janet DeNeefe, Pendiri dan Direktur Ubud Writers & Readers Festival dan Ubud Food Festival, telah tinggal di Bali selama lebih dari tiga dekade. Buku terbarunya Bali: Food of My Island Home mengikuti memoarnya Fragrant Rice. Ia juga merupakan pemilik Casa Luna, Indus Restaurant, dan Honeymoon Guesthouse and Bakery di Ubud.

 

Appearing in

Main Program | Festival Welcome

Join us as the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival begins with a traditional Balinese welcome dance, a warm welcome from our Founder and Director Janet DeNeefe, and two keynote speeches. …


Main Program | How Can Bali Survive?

A small island of 4.3 million, Bali received almost 16 million tourists last year. Tourism-related business makes up 80% of the economy, making it an indispensable source of livelihood and …


Special Event | Gala Opening & Writers Dinner

Join our Gala Opening at the Ubud Royal Palace, featuring key Festival speakers and traditional Balinese dance. Then, head to Casa Luna where you’ll rub shoulders with the Festival’s stars …


Special Event | A Foodie’s Lunch with Yotam Ottolenghi

“I want drama in the mouth,” is his cooking philosophy. Yotam Ottolenghi has reset the table and reinvented the way many home cooks get creative. In a UWRF first, Festival …


Special Event | Cocktail Hour with Yotam Ottolenghi

As the sun sets over Campuhan Ridge, Festival foodies will gather for one of UWRF’s most anticipated Special Events. For an intimate cocktail hour, chef, restaurateur and food writer Yotam …