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Golfing in Bali

Written on November 5th, 2011 | Category: Advertorial | 2 Comments | 4,046 views

Do you want to feel a best Bali Golf Club ever in paradise island?. Here they are, The Bali Beach Golf Course set in an environment of very mature, tall trees, has been given a face lift, with the introduction of lakes, mounding and features, including newly designed and constructed greens all of which add to the aesthetic beauty of the course. It is a course that will provide challenges to all golfers of all skill levels.

The greens are designed to provide a fair good putting surface, without severe undulations. The subtle breaks on the greens will always keep the golfer guessing. The greens are also well – bunkered, with little room for errant shots. Read More »

For those who love fashion and jewelry

Written on October 2nd, 2010 | Category: Indonesia | 12 Comments | 24,386 views

For those women who love fashion, Bali definitely is a great destination for holiday. Bali is becoming one of most powerful fashion tractors in Southeast Asia region. It was in late 70s when groups of surfers and hippies from western countries started settling down on this charming island. They were enchanted by this beautifully exotic island blessed with nature and rich culture. For the last few decades exchanges between many nationalities not only western communities but worldwide and this island had made a rich background for art and creation.

Indonesia is very rich in natural resources, vast land and boundless water around it. It is famous for thick rain forest and wild animals.  We are fortunate to be in this blessed environment.  Plus inspiration that fills up all over Bali.  Blend of these factors made up Bali today.

Sri Gati is based on such wonderful island.  We are wholesaler of Bali fashion accessories and Bali costume jewelry. We focus on design and fashion trend using natural materials. Seashells and wood are our signature accent to bring out the ethnic touch of resort fashion and relaxing stylishness. Read More »

Fundraising for Documentation of Rare Gamelan and Dance via Online Store

Written on July 2nd, 2010 | Category: Indonesia | 6 Comments | 26,949 views

It is festival time in Bali at the moment, and the highlight of June and July is the Bali Arts Festival which runs through to July 10th at the Arts Center in Denpasar. Most of the performances are free and there are normally at least four a day, in the morning at in the evening. There are both traditional and modern performances of music and dance, from all different villages in Bali as well as other parts of Indonesia and even overseas.

Private organizations or clubs, known as sanggar in Indonesian showcase their specialties with 1-2 hour performances. A highlight of the classical legong performances was June 25th last week, when Mekar Bhuana Conservatory presented quality legong music and dance on the Ayodya Stage, featuring the rarely performed legong jobog. You can see photos and video of their performance on Facebook on the Pesta Kesenian Bali page and also on their website: www.balimusicanddance.com Read More »

LURIK, JAVA HAND WEAVING CRAFT

Written on February 5th, 2010 | Category: Indonesia | 13 Comments | 8,730 views

Lurik is traditional hand woven cloth from Java with uniqueness of stripes motive and bright colour. Different with Batik which is made by drawing and painting on a piece of material, Lurik comes from hand loomed and weaved of colorful yarn.

And now days as one of Indonesia heritage, a few numbers of Lurik producers can be found around Bantul, Yogyakarta and Klaten, Central Java – Indonesia.

Daughter of Klaten as JAVA HAND WEAVING CRAFT wish to play a role of lobby for creativity and channel for talent of Indonesian women precious crafts. Read More »

Take action and help the people of Haiti | DROP HAITIAN DEBT

Written on January 16th, 2010 | Category: Haiti | 0 Comments | 3,627 views

Like millions of people around the world I’ve been shocked by the terrible events in Haiti.

Only now is the true scale of the disaster emerging. Reports now suggest as many as 50,000 people may have died, with hundreds of thousands made homeless.

The work ahead to recover from this tragedy is immense. So here’s our goal: $890 million for Haiti. That’s how much Haiti owes to the International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank, and a handful of others.

Sign the petition below to ask Haiti’s creditors to act quickly and cancel Haiti’s debts:

http://one.org/international/actnow/haiti/index.html?rc=haitipaste

As Haiti begins to rebuild we can help by lifting this debt.

Together as ONE we can make a difference!

Thanks!

Accommodation in Bali

Written on November 7th, 2009 | Category: Indonesia | 28 Comments | 21,894 views

When people want to have their holiday, an accommodation will be on their mind as a place to stay and take a rest. Many options for choosing an accommodation bases on their budget and also its capacity. It can be choose to stay at a hotel, villa, apartment, condotel, home stay and so on.

Mostly hotel has a vary room packages, less facilities and its too expensive for plenty of people who gather in a group. They should be considering to choose villa, apartment and condotel. Read More »

Sunrice at Sanur – Bali and Apartments

Written on October 27th, 2009 | Category: Indonesia | 5 Comments | 8,856 views

Sanur originates from two words, “Saha” and “Nuhur” which literally means the passion to visit a certain place. Located in the southern part of Bali, Sanur is famed for its beautiful strip of pure sandy beaches across the coastal line.

It is also famed for its’ spectacular sunrises which literally marks a new day in the life of the Balinese. A talented laid back atmosphere is what is unique about the village of Sanur where hospitality is intertwined with the traditions of Balinese culture and religion. Read More »

The Sira Lombok

Written on October 25th, 2009 | Category: Indonesia | 22 Comments | 24,239 views

Sira Beach : White Sand, Azure Sea

Sira is a pristine white-sand beach backed by lush coconut groves. The beach commands one of the best sunset panoramic views in the archipelago, encompassing the Lombok Strait, Bali’s towering Mount Agung and other marine activities.

The Sira Lombok : Your home for a weekend, a month, or the rest of your life

The Sira Lombok is a profesionally managed luxury beach resort comprised of hotels, villas, and residences. The resort includes sailing, diving, and snorkelling facilities, an international beach-front restaurant and spa. The resort includes an on-site PADI-certified dive center and private jetty, while the bay provides safe anchorage for yachts. Read More »

North Bali Villas and Property

Written on July 15th, 2009 | Category: Advertorial | 10 Comments | 5,449 views

Far away from the maddening crowds the north of Bali has a lot to offer, here the days are hot and dry, life is quieter, the traffic slower and the nights cool and fresh in the hills.

The Regency of Buleleng (which stretches from Tembok in the east to Permutaran in the west) is a comfortable three-hour drive from Kuta and the most popular scenic routes are via Kintamani or Bedegul both of which will lead you to Singaraja.

Singaraja was the former capital of Bali and it still sports a Dutch colonial presence with this being evident in a lot of the local architecture. Take the time to leave the main road and venture into some of the smaller streets and leafy lanes, you will find it well worth your while. Read More »

Visiting Laos, People and its Culture

Written on May 18th, 2009 | Category: Laos | 26 Comments | 33,924 views

Laos has a rich history stretching back 10,000 years. At its height, it ruled over present day Laos and much of neighbouring northern Thailand. Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia and the thickly forested landscape consists mostly of rugged mountains, the highest of which is Phou Bia at 9,242 feet (2,817 m), with some plains and plateaus. The Mekong River forms a large part of the western boundary with Thailand, whereas the mountains of the Annamite Chain form most of the eastern border with Vietnam.

69% of the country’s people are ethnic Lao, the principal lowland inhabitants and the politically and culturally dominant group. The Lao belong to the Tai linguistic group who began migrating southward from China in the first millennium AD. 8% belong to other “lowland” groups, which together with the Lao people make up the Lao Loum. Read More »

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