Natamagazine.co – It’s on the southernmost point of Bali that you’ll find the soon-to-launch Minoo Beach Club. Meaning ‘heaven’ in Persian, Minoo Beach Club is a slice of paradise in the Bukit Peninsula. Settled alongside Melasti Beach in the pristine Ungasan region, the beachside venue is heavily inspired by the bohemian. The Sendi A-designed venue will launch on May 15. ...Read More »
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Presents An Afternoon of Talks, Trend and Tea in Celebrating Women.
Natamagazine.co – In honor of International Women’s Day, an annual undertaking that raises awareness about gender equality, as well as a prelude to Kartini Day, a national day in April marking the empowerment of Indonesian women, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua will be hosting an inspiring afternoon gathering on Saturday, 28th March 2020. This engaging event will be an opportunity for ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – Keep Saturday April 4th free – it’s the evening of Motel Mexicola’s 7th birthday and the much-loved Latin venue has plenty up its sleeve to celebrate. Promising the party of the century, the vibrant Mexican venue will kick things off from 6pm with the festivities set to last well into the early hours. Lively is an understatement – the ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – Nyepi, known as the “Day of Silence,” is an important religious event in Balinese Hindu culture and marks the celebration of the New Year in the Saka Lunar calendar. Discovery Kartika Plaza welcomes the guests to experience the mystical beauty of the Silent Day in Bali. One day before the day of silence, a spectacular parade of ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – The Ogoh Ogoh is an enormous monster doll normally built out of wood, paper, tied on a bamboo platform. They are shaped in the form of a demonic mythological being to represent evil spirits and the negativities in life. Preceding the day of Nyepi, the locals roam through the streets while carrying the Ogoh Ogoh around town, accompanied by ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – This year, Nyepi 2020 in Indonesia will begin at 6:00 AM on Wednesday, March 25 and ends at 6:00 AM on Thursday, March 26. All times are in Central Indonesia Time. Nyepi is a Balinese “Day of Silence” that is commemorated every Isakawarsa (Saka new year) according to the Balinese calendar. It is a Hindu celebration mainly celebrated in Bali, Indonesia. Nyepi, a public holiday in ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – One of Indonesia’s most unique holidays is Saka New Year. Saka New Year is also known as Silent Day. Silent Day is a day of silence and self-reflection and celebrated on the first day of the Saka lunar calendar. Experience the magical celebration of Saka New Year in Hard Rock Style. Witness the Ogoh-ogoh Parade and watch Melasti Ceremony. Special rates ...Read More »
Gubernur Bali, I Wayan Koster Mengajak Siapapun Mencintai Bali Dalam Program “We Love Bali” Movement.
Natamagazine.co – Sebagai tujuan wisata dan kawasan yang paling diminati para wisatawan, Bali merupakan destinasi pariwisata terbaik dunia karena memiliki kekayaan dan keunikan budaya serta kearifan lokal masyarakat yang didukung oleh keindahan alam dan keramahtamahan masyarakatnya. Dengan karakteristik alam dan budaya itu, masyarakat dari berbagai belahan dunia sangat mencintai dan mengagumi Bali yang juga dikenal dengan sebutan Pulau Dewata dengan auranya ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – Escape to the realm of peacefulness where a secluded black sand beach, a tropical atmosphere and exotic Balinese traditions blend harmoniously to create the ultimate Nyepi Day retreat with your special one. Nestled above the dazzling seashore of Lebih beach, Rumah Luwih immerses within the tranquil ambience of lush tropical garden, sea, rice field, and lines of hills evoking a perfect picturesque ...Read More »
Natamagazine.co – Nyepi Day this year will be held on 25 March 2020 at 06:00 WITA to 26 March 2020 at 06.00 WITA, “The Silent Day” – is a special moment for Hindus in Bali to celebrate the Hindu New Year especially in this island of the Gods. Celebrated every Saka New Year, this Balinese Hindu public holiday has becoming ...Read More »