Hello from Honeycombers Bali! We’re a digital lifestyle platform and video production house that was first founded by Chris Edwards in sunny Singapore way back in 2008. Yes, we’ve been around for over a decade (we’re looking pretty good for our age, right?) and we’ve even expanded to Hong Kong. And if you’ve got kids? Our sister website, HoneyKids has got your back.
But lets get one thing straight first: we love our jobs. We take special pride in what we do and we only write about things we believe in. We’re constantly working to bring you the latest and raddest happenings around the island, even if it means frequent hangovers courtesy of Bali’s best bars and beach clubs.
And just like our cocktails, we don’t endorse discrimination in any form. We’re a team of different colours and sizes, and that’s the way we like it.
Yes, we do have advertising on the site, but the difference between editorial and advertorial content will always be made clear. And like we said, we don’t write about things we wouldn’t endorse ourselves (and that includes our work for clients).
Lastly, we’re real people just like you – we’re locals and expats, working mums and young professionals. But the one thing we all have in common? We love where we live, and we love sharing it with you.
Chris Edwards, Founder
Our fun and ballsy leader is the queen bee. She traded Sydney for Singapore 10 years ago and launched Honeycombers because there was no publication that she felt ‘spoke to her’. Honeycombers was born out of her desire to connect expats with the abundant local culture, and today Honeycombers is all about showing locals and expats how to live the good life. She now has Singapore firmly ‘in the palm of her hands’ according to the Australian Financial Review, (yes that’s true!).
Louise Newsham, Editor of Honeycombers Bali
Louise is a die-hard island addict and committed vino-phile. With an English Degree in her back pocket, she packed her bags, booked a flight and moved to Bali almost eight years ago. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found beachfront with a slightly chilled, full-bodied Merlot in hand, her Bali dog at her feet and the Spice Girls playing on repeat.
Sophie Cullen, Editor of Honeycombers Hong Kong
Sophie traded mountains, sheep and hobbits for East Asia back in 2004, and she’s never looked back. After K-popping through South Korea, she landed in Hong Kong in 2013, where her weekends are spent scouring the city to add to her vinyl collection and trying to locate the perfect vegetarian dumpling.