Penjor – a curved bamboo pole

Penjor  is one of the media used by Hindus in Bali as part of almost every important ceremony, especially for the anniversary temple celebrations.

The basic material of a penjor is a curved bamboo pole. The pole is then decorated with yellow coconut leaves, pala bungkah (roots – sweet potato or cassava), pala gantung (fruit – cucumbers, oranges, bananas), pala wija (cereal – rice, corn), plawa (leaves), traditional cakes, 11 Chinese coins, and a small shrine with some offerings.

our new SIGNATURE COCKTAILS LIST!

Wet and wild as the paper might be, it is all the rage and glamour at the moment in and around the pool: our new SIGNATURE COCKTAILS LIST! And there you have it, ten great cocktails: Tropicalizm, Indiana Jones, Mandira Mojito, Coconaughty, Liquid Tiramisu, Fireball, Starfruit Tarragon, Lychee Passion Martini, Gypsy Queen and Tom Gin Mojito. Have you had any yet?

Daily life in Bali Mandira