Bali Events Week 4 December 2018

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Dec 20, 2018
We are entering the last ten days of 2018 and the party scene in Bali is getting crazier. Kibarer Property has lined up the perfect events for you to attend this week.BEHROUZ AT RED RUBYDIMATIK AT LXXYSWIM INTO SATURDAY AT OMNIALET THE FESTIVITIES BEGIN AT KARMA PHOENIX SUNDAYS AT OMNIA

Caow Eng Bio Chinese Temple in Bali

Category : uncategorized | Posted on Dec 18, 2018
Caow Eng Bio is one of Bali’s oldest Chinese temples. Locally referred to simply as Klenteng Tanjung Benoa by locals, Caow Eng Bio is an impressive historical landmark that’s worth a visit while in Tanjung Benoa. Together with some local Hindu villages and sea temples, it’s one of the very few cultural and historical attractions of its kind in the area. The Chinese temple is an interesting local sightseeing spot, and offers a good break from the water sports that Tanjung Benoa is better known fo...

New Trends in Balinese Creativity

Category : uncategorized | Posted on Dec 14, 2018
Last month, at a Bongkasa high priest’s cremation, I saw a contemporary-cum-ceremonial dance performance staged around the funeral pyre. It resembled a chorus line from a very classy Balinese production of CATS.In a 1940s ditty, legendary songster and wit Noel Coward wrote, rather snidely, that the Balinese suffered from far too much creative endeavour.There can be no doubt, of course, that the Balinese culture is amongst the most dynamic in the world — continually reviving, inventing and enhanc...

Empowering Bali’s Women Artists: Futuwonder

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Dec 13, 2018
During the year a small, yet enthusiastic gathering of volunteers set out to make a very significant contribution to Balinese art. “Puan Empu Seni: Edit-a-thon”, was conducted on the 7th of July in Bali within a fun and learning environment at Rumah Sanur-Creative Hub. It was a part of a national drive to increase the amount of information on Indonesian female artists to be found on the Internet’s most go-to source of information – Wikipedia. It was the first exhibition ever to celebrate Ba...

2000 Ladies Perform Tenun Dance on Petitenget Beach

Category : uncategorized | Posted on Dec 12, 2018
If this is your first time visiting Bali, you may have gathered some information of several interesting dances to see during your stay. Two of the most famous ones are Legong and Kecak. However, there are many traditional dances in this island. Some are considered sacred and only performed in temples during religious rituals, while other classic dances are performed on stage for special occasions. Classic dances are mostly elaborated from the sacred dance, and their routines are choreographed to...

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