A picture’s worth a thousand words 🙂
If you ever visit to Bali, certainly no stranger to hear the word “Om Swasti Astu”
a common Balinese greeting, something like “shalom” or salaam. The traditional Balinese greeting is, naturally, a Hindu one – the hands are clasped in front the chest in a relaxed prayer position and the person says, “Om Swasti Astu”, meaning ‘peace and greetings from God’
Sanur Kite Festival – When the wind blows, size really does matter in Bali. The Balinese are crazy about kites, As with every facet of Balinese life, kite flying is steeped in religious symbolism. It was originally used as a way to pass on messages to the Gods, and traditional kites, which take the form of fish (Bebean) and birds (Janggan) depict Hindu deities. the festival has started on 18-20 June 14, Another festival will started at 11 Aug 14. come and see it.
Nestled in 5 acres of coconut palms and lush tropical gardens, Rare and refined, this is what we call paradise in tropical beach. Relax with fresh drinks and snacks on the white sand pool day by day.
Did you know ‘Segehan’ is one of Balinese ritual, an offering for another realm to cast away all the negative energy or avoiding disturbance. You will find #Segehan throughout the island of Bali every morning
Our General manager : Mr. Simon has serving the associate – Welcome to Work (21 August 2014)
Young kids are naturally curious and will always want to take part in what their see.
This morning our chef @Yasa Nyoman allowing the children to do a fun activity of donut-making 🙂 . something special for Georgia and Callum, had a terrific time to enjoy it
Discover something new “ Mandira’s Tepi sawah” Has definitely unique & new experience, unseen for a decades in Legian. Counting down until the end of August.