The Hindu Day of Silence or the Hindu New Year in the Balinese Saka calendar. The largest celebrations are held in Bali as well as in Balinese Hindu communities around Indonesia. On New Year’s Eve the villages are cleaned, food
Nyepi Day in Bali is a New Year celebration unlike anywhere else on the planet. Bali’s celebrates the Saka New Year as the Bali Day of Silence, an ultimately quietest day of the year, when all of the island’s
Happy Lunar New Year! Welcome to the year of the fire rooster, when all your dreams could come true. Based on the Chinese lunar calendar, new year falls on January 28 in 2017, with festivities continuing for up to two weeks.
Usher in the Year of the Rooster with a sumptuous reunion meal with your family and friends at our Restaurant on 27 & 28 January 2017. Gather your family and friends for a tantalizing Chinese New Year meal at our
If you plan to be in Bali in February, your timing couldn’t be more perfect! The Chinese New Year – the year of the Sheep, is on the 19th and 20th of February this year and it would be a
On the other hand, the gado gado was like an Indonesian salad. Among the culinary delights of Indonesia recommended is gado gado, a dish of steamed bean sprouts and other vegetables served with a spicy peanut sauce. Granted, gado gado
Dining, dancing and happily ever at Blue Heaven swimming pool.
Saniscara (Sabtu) Kliwon wuku Wariga disebut Tumpek Wariga, atau Tumpek Bubuh, atau Tumpek Pengatag, atau Tumpek Pengarah jatuh 25 hari sebelum Galungan. Pada hari Tumpek Wariga Ista Dewata yang dipuja adalah Sang Hyang Sangkara sebagai Dewa Kemakmuran dan Keselamatan Tumbuh-tumbuhan.
When we picture our next break from work, we think we’ll spend our time unplugged and slowly refreshing from our day-to-day. But sometimes, the stress of missing work or planning the perfect itinerary can leave us more stressed than when
Tumpek Landep: The Aspicious Ceremony for Sharpening Metallic Objects, Hearts and Minds. At least four times a year visitors to Bali will bear witness to cars and motorbikes cruising the streets of the island decorated with ‘sampian’ and ‘lamak’ –