Sandya Gita Komaning Bayu

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Feb 21, 2020
With a perfect combination of the sounds of gemlan (traditional orchestra), Kidung (a form of signing) and dance, Sandya Gita is a beautiful genre of Balinese performing art.The beautiful group, no the choir that is able to dance is a perfect mixture of both male and females. This time the troupe  was the Seka Gong Kebyar Manggeh Jayenggrat, performing a special composition by Desak Made Suarti Lakshmi and I Ketut Lanus.As the last performance we witnessed. The silence was broken...

Return of Ubud Food Festival in April 2020

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Feb 18, 2020
Annual Ubud Food Festival is all set to return for its 6th year on April 17 2020.The event will feature food tours, master classes, cooking demos and much more, this time the "Heroes" themed festival will take place at more than 30 venues across Ubud Bali.“One of the most significant aspects about the food on our table is the people behind it. When we’re eating, we tend to forget that there’s a story behind every food item, every meal, every cuisine,” said UFF founder and director Janet DeNeefe...

Amorous Honeymoon Escapes in Bali

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Feb 17, 2020
Capella UbudEnjoy the beautiful tailor made glamping experience in the rain forest of Ubud in Bali at Capella Ubud. Indeed an ideal getaway for the couples who appreciate and treasure architecture and history. nspired by the early European settlers from the 1800s, Capella Ubud’s meticulous design was conceptualised by architect Bill Bensley, whose style exhibits his remarkable attention to detail.Each tents has a beautiful collection of handpicked valuable artifacts, paintings, books, drawi...

Tumpek Krulut AKA Balinese Valentine

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Feb 16, 2020
While the majority of west celebrates valentines day as a symbol of romance inspired by Saint Valentine from Rome. Balinese has a totally different idea to honor love.They celebrate Tumpek Krulut, or Affection Day by the creation of Holy sounds that are manifested in the beauty of music. According to the Balinese calendar Pawukon, it takes place after every 210 days or after every six months in a Gregorian year.Tumpek means a holy day to show your thanks, Krulut means symbolise love an...

Bali Spring Festival Expected Return in End Of March

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Feb 15, 2020
The Island of the Gods is all set to welcome Bali Spriti Festival, the annual yoga, dance and music festival in the end of March between 29th March and April 5th.Reports state that over 140 yoga, musicians and dance instructors are participating across the globe in different scheduled events."The participants will also come [to the venue in Bali Purnati Foundation, Sukawati, Gianyar] from across the globe," added Gianyar Tourism Agency head Anak Aung Gde Putrawan on Sunday.Afro-Brazilian martial...

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