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Jumat, 17 Maret 2017

KUTA HOTEL SPECIAL OFFER!


Why We Recommend you to Book Direct with us?
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   Our Promotion Offers you to be Entitled for :
Best Available Price | Daily Breakfast | 60 Minutes Balinese Massage | 1 Pitcher of Local beer OR 2 Box pizza | Free Airport Transfer (Pick-up & Drop) | Less pre-payment required (only 1 Night Deposit) | Complimentary | Honeymoon Setup for Honeymooners | 15% Discount for Food Purchase | 25% Discount Laundry | 50% Discount for spa
*Subject to the benefits and Terms/conditions of each promotion*
 
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Jl Wana Segara South Kuta Beach.
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Minggu, 26 Februari 2017

Nyepi Package | Risata Bali Resort & Spa

Kuta, Bali - Celebrate the "Day of Silence" at Risata Bali Resort & Spa. 3 Days and 2 Nights package include breakfast, lunch and dinner is available only at www.risatabali.com.

BOOK NOW to secure your space in 27 - 29 March 2017 and get The special offer for the extra night with stay longer pay lower!


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Selasa, 24 Januari 2017

Kuta Bali Resort | Pagerwesi Ceremony


South Kuta, Bali - Pagerwesi is one of Balinese Ceremony which held once every 6 months according to the Pawukon Calendar System. Pagerwesi day falls on Wednesday, Buda Kliwon Sinta (Balinese Calendar) which is the first week in Balinese Pawukon Calendar System. Etymologically, pagerwesi derived from the word pager (fence) and wesi (iron) which means a strong self – protection to our mind against evil or in Balinese language is known as “magehang awak”. Pagerwesi is also called as “rerainan gumi” by the Balinese and means the holiday for every background (caste). 

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Pagerwesi is ceremony dedicated to honor Siva, The God who is responsible to wipe out all the evil doing and bad entities in the world. Since Pagerwesi falls three days after Saraswati day, there’s continuity meaning between them that knowledge must be protected from bad influence. During Pagerwesi, Balinese held Tapa Brata or meditation to refresh and calm their mind. They will also held a ritual procession with pray at nearest temple or praying at Besakih or Jagatnata Temple.


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Kamis, 19 Januari 2017

Risata Bali Resort & Spa - FLASH SALE!

Bali – Risata Bali Resort & Spa is a 4 stars Resort located in TubanSouth Kuta Beach area. Situated near the Airport (Ngurah Rai International Airport),  just minutes walking to the exotic Segara Beach, within easy walking distance to the popular Waterbom Park, Discovery Mall Kuta, Kuta Art Markets and our resort is adjacent to the Lippo Mall Kuta. Stay and get direct access to the festive of Kartika Plaza street where you may find many of shops and delicious restaurant along the street.
Best 4 stars resort in a strategic location, stay in tranquility at our resort but the festive of Kuta is just within a sort steps.

Benefits :
Only 1 night non-refundable deposit is required | Daily Breakfast | Get 1 x 60 Minutes Balinese Massage for 2 persons for minimum stay 4 Nights | Free shuttle bus to Kuta Center (Based on Hotel Schedule) | Free airport transfer (pick-up and Drop) for minimum stay 3 nights | Welcome drinks on Arrival | Free wifi in all rooms and public area.

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*Valid until 5 February 2017* 

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Jl Wana Segara South Kuta Beach.
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Senin, 16 Januari 2017

Kuta Bali Resort | Balinese Traditional Food


Bali is known for a beautiful and aesthetic island for thousands of wonder lies on it. Aside from its beautiful scenery, authentic Balinese food is the must try one every time you visit Bali. Balinese food made rich by the heavy use of local herbs and spices, and often prepared for traditional ceremonies.
These days though, plenty of classic dishes are served everywhere from tiny warungs through to high-end restaurants, making it easy for travelers to savor the flavors of real Balinese cuisine. Here are the most popular foods in Bali 
  1.  Babi Guling (Suckling Pig)




Pork dishes are relatively hard to find across the mostly Muslim Indonesian archipelago, but Bali's famed suckling pig makes any roaming traveler's wait worthwhile. Spiced with turmeric then stuffed with “Base gede” (a basic Balinese spice paste made from white pepper, black pepper, coriander, cumin, clove, nutmeg, sesame seed, and candlenut) and roasted on a spit over coconut husks or wood to tender. A serving of Suckling pig contains sliced meat, a few pieces of satay, fried peanuts, and jukut ares.

   2.   Lawar




Lawar is a crunch-tender mix of vegetables, grated coconut meat and minced meat mixed with various heady herbs and spices, and often fresh blood -- every village has its own version. While it's the usual accompaniment to babi guling, lawar can stand as a dish in its own right -- lawar nangka, or young jackfruit lawar, is an example.

3.   Ayam Betutu (Slow Cooked Chicken)

Have you ever heard about Ayam Betutu? One of the famous Balinese cooking that you can’t miss over! This cooking needs to be cooked for so long to get the best taste and also to induce the seasoning onto the chicken.
Chicken washed and rubbed with tamarind puree to tenderize the meat. Then it’s washed off and stuffed with eggs, cassava leaves and rajeng spices, a spice mix specifically created for this dish. Once it’s ready to cook, wrap the chicken with banana leaves or upeh (betel nut husk) and slow cook the meat until it’s tender and soft. It has a spicy taste but with rich flavor of Balinese spices that you can’t deny its deliciousness.

4.   Sate Lilit



This kind of satay is different compared to another kind of satay where the meat is skewed into a stick, but this one the meat is twisted in a bamboo skewer or lemongrass. Grinded meat (either chicken or fish meat) mixed with Balinese spices are lumped onto stick made from bamboo or lemongrass to increase the flavor of satay. Once it’s done, satay is grilled over hot coals. This satay is a popular street food dish, so it can be found at any place even on higher – end places.

5.   Sambal Matah



Sambal matah or raw sambal is the best sambal and good for any kind of Balinese dishes. Made from chopped shallots, salt, lemongrass, chili pepers, and ginger all doused in lime juice. One ingredients for sure is shrimp paste which makes the taste even more authentic. 

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Rabu, 11 Januari 2017

Bali | Full Moon Ceremony

Today you may noticed many Balinese people in traditional dress.

Purnama, or full moon in Bali is a special day for ceremonies and festivities. Hundreds of temples all over the island celebrate this special day hosting splendid ceremonies.
 

Balinese believe that Purnama is a propitious day when Gods descend to the earth and give their blessing. On this sacred day, hundreds of ceremonies are held in all corners of the island to satisfy and honor the gods with offerings such as food, fruit and flowers. The Balinese themselves are then blessed by performing various rituals using holy water, incense smoke, petals and rice grains.

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