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Bali Wood Slabs Manufactur and Supplier
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Bali wood Slab is a unique kind of wood for home decoration, this wood is on demand for those whos like unusual design for home decoration, often natural shaped by nature, so its very rare and limited, one of its kind  items. We are manufactur and supplier for this kind of art and home decoration, we have wide range of collection and size. Please contact us for appointment to visit our warehouse as our location is Off from the main road, but we assure you, our items are special the prices are amazing !

Bali wood slab for Dining Table

This is the common items and very special for your dining table, slab wood, size availabel for 1,00 Meter - 6,00 m lenght and width vary from 80 cm - 2,00 m or more dpends on availbility. Natural polished and natural cut will make your dining table the only one and special. you need one ? Please email us for current stock and wholesale prices at WA +6281338667808 


Tamarind  wood for Dining Table

Tamarind Wood Slab Dining Table made from one solid piece of Tamarind Wood that is handcrafted in Bali, Indonesia. All of our Tamarind Wood Dining Tables have a unique shape, size and finish. The slab lengths range from 1.5 - 4 meters long. The slabs thickness is 10cm. Please email us for current stock and wholesale prices at WA +6281338667808 

Unique Natural Cutting Board

design is unique and will be not similar then others, we have plenty of these items for bulk order and special price contact us .


Bali wood slab warehouse

Feel free contacting us for site inspection, fast responce WA +6281338667808

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Besakih temple Entrance Ticket update 2017
Friday, February 24, 2017

Entarnce Ticket at Besakih temple 2017 Valid from 1st march 2017

Besakih temple is the icon for temples in Bali island, known as the mother for all temple around bali island, even in Indonesia. This temple is amazing temple, based on the size and have very important role for hindu balinese people. Besakih temple become one of the most visit temple in Bali and the view also stunning. 

Besakih temple entrance ticket IDR 60.000/person, this price will include following services 

  1. Local guide during visiting besakih temple area
  2. Sarung and sash 
  3. Local motor ride if necesary 

This statement is issued  for better guest experience during visiting the temple. For detail of the besakih tour during your holiday in bali you can contact us at WA +6281338667808 or visit our site our service highly regard on world travel forum Tripadvisor. We have won certificate of excellence for our service 2014,2015,2016 and more to come. Enjoy bali with us !

 Besakih Entrance Ticket detail 

besakih temple entrance ticket

Besakih Temple Overview 

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Besakih Temple Tour 

Inquiry for besakih temple tour, book at or FAST RESPONSE WA+6281338667808 this tour program can combine with Tirtagangga water palace, virgin beach, Traditional Balinese Village or other places based on your wants and need, consultation. Contact us ! 


Balinese New Year 2017 ; Procession for Nyepi Day !
Saturday, February 18, 2017

Nyepi Day 2017

Nyepi or Silence Day In Bali 2017, You should Know !

Nyepi is the new year's commemoration Balinese Saka calendar based. This calendar is a calendar modification Saka calendar that comes from India with additional elements of the local community. In the Gregorian calendar, Nyepi always falls between March and April. For this year, Nyepi is celebrated on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (1 Saka 1939). As preparation to the build-up to Nyepi Day, are a series of rituals conducted in literally every part of the island. However, Balinese New Year is celebrated for 6 days with Nyepi - the day of silence, being only one aspect of it. There are several rituals that stand out:

The first is The Melasti (Melis or Mekiis) on 25 march 2017

Ritual which is dedicated to Sanghyang Widhi Wasa and performed 3–4 days beforehand to acquire sacred water from the sea. The ritual is performed in Pura (Balinese temple) near the sea (Pura Segara) and meant to purify sacred objects such as Arca, Pratima, and Pralingga belonging to several temples. Similar rituals are performed at the Balekambang Beach on the southern coast of Malang, East Java, it is the ritual of Jalani Dhipuja.

The second is The Bhuta Yajna Ritual on 27 march 2017

Ritual which is performed one day before Nyepi, in order to vanquish negative elements and create a balance with God, Mankind, and Nature. The ritual is also meant to win over Batara Kala by the Pecaruan offering. Tawur Kesanga and Caru are sacrifice rituals that take place one day before the Nyepi Day.
Different levels of sacrifice are held at villages and provinces by sacrificing animals such as chicken, ducks, pigs or even cows and bulls. Various plants and crops are additionally used as part of the offerings. Devout Hindu Balinese villages start making ogoh-ogohs about 2 months before Nyepi. These are demonic, giant statues made of bamboo and paper, symbolizing negative elements or malevolent spirits. At sunset, between 5-6pm, the ritual of Pengrupukan takes place (ogoh ogoh parade). At this time the Balinese parade the streets with the ogoh-ogohs, passionately playing a deafening mixture of the kulkul (traditional bamboo bell), claxons, gamelan music and drummers music.
The basic idea is to scare of evil spirits by making unbearable amounts of noise as is humanly possible. Although these rituals take place over the entire island, one can experience the best processions either in Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Sanur and other popular beaches. Each village makes at least one spectacular Ogoh-Ogoh and take pride in the entire process. Areas such as Sanur, Kuta, Denpasar, Ubud usually hold contests for the best Ogoh-Ogoh. In the evening the Ogoh-ogohs will be ceremoniously burnt in the main ritual of Ngrupuk, where they are totally engulfed in flames. The burning of the ogoh-ogoh symbolizes the eradication of any evil influences in life. This is followed by more dancing, drinking and feasting in a rather chaotic fashion, all with the aim of driving evil spirits far away from the Island. Not every ogoh-ogoh will be burnt these days, so ask the locals whether thier village still follows htis custom or not.


The third are the Nyepi Rituals. Nyepi Day! on 28 march 2017

This day is strictly reserved for self-reflection anything that might interfere with that purpose is strictly prohibited. The inner and outer world is expected to be clean and everything starts anew, with Man showing his symbolic control over himself and the "force" of the World, hence the mandatory religious control. Nyepi expects a day of absolute silence, based on the four precepts of Catur Brata: Amati Geni: No fire or light, including no electricity. Prohibition of satisfying pleasurable human appetites. Amati Karya: No form of physcial working other then that which is dedicated to spiritual cleansing and renewal. Amati Lelunganan: No movement or traveling. Amati Lelanguan: Fasting and no revelry/self-entertainment or general merrymaking.

The fourth is the Yoga/Brata

Ritual which starts at 6:00 a.m. on the day of Nyepi and continues to 6:00 a.m. the next day. The faithful Balinese spend this day in meditation.

The fifth, is the Ngembak Agni/Labuh Brata Ritual which is performed the day after Nyepi and is the official New Years Day. Ngembak is the day when Catur Berata Penyepian is over and the Balinese Hindus visit families, neighbours and relatives to exchange forgiveness. They also conduct the Dharma Canthi, activities of reading Sloka, Kekidung and Kekawi (ancient scripts containing songs and lyrics). The youth of Bali practice the ceremony of Omed-omedan or 'The Kissing Ritual' to celebrate the new year.


The Sixth are The Dharma Shanti on 29 march 2017

Everything back to routine, normal activites and air is very fresh  then Rituals which as performed after all the Nyepi rituals are finished and is the closure of this very sacred week in the Balinese Calendar.

For those who stay in kuta, please note there will be road blocked as their will be big procession prior silence day. If you have plan touring, you might to postpone your trips for next couple of days. This big procession falls once a year, that will be good appurtunity to witness and be apart of the festival. Nyepi is special day and let earth rest for one day and ready for the next day. Enjoy !