The Essential of Balinese Dance
Balinese dance is one of the offerings created as a ritual for the gods who visit at certain times in the Balinese temple. The melodious music, luxurious costumes and exquisite dance moves never fail to entertain guests, both guests of the saints that cannot be seen by the naked eye or by spectators from the local village. In some parts of the show the dancers are often even possessed by spirits so that they are in a semi-conscious condition when dancing.
Many types of semi-modern traditional dances began to emerge so that it slightly degrades the sacred elements of a dance into a more secular nuance. Maybe we can still catch a glimpse of the sacred devil that is still implied in the dancers’ movements, but some elements that contain mantras or prayers have been removed.
In this list, we provide you, our recommendation for the Best Brunch cafe in Bali! Apart from the fact that the food has proven delicious, the interior is very up-to-date and Instagram-able, also, in these cafes you can enjoy your time by playing online gambling at agen bola online terpercaya like Arctic Website. Anyway, this is the best of the best!
Even though you haven’t come to the place in person, you must have heard the name Sisterfields Cafe often from friends.
The initial impression upon entering the restaurant: cute! With semi-indoor architecture, you will see adorable turquoise and white chairs in various corners of the restaurant.
Apart from being a cute place, it turns out that the food at Sisterfields deserves five thumbs up.
All kinds of burgers (especially Dirty Burger) that they serve are pretty good (personal experience), and almost nothing beats in Bali!
So if you are confused about what to order, order the burger first. The others, later when you try one of the burgers.
But if you visit Sisterfields, be prepared to spend more on brunch than usual. Each person will spend approximately IDR 200,000 for one food and beverage menu.
However, the food portions here are large for Indonesians. So, get ready to be full until evening! If you go in three of you – especially gangs of girls, you can share up to 3 servings of one meal! Save right … Hehehehe …
The Jimbaran area has a cute vintage brunch spot and is a must-visit if you have extra funds.
Decorated with antique collections, Balique – a restaurant owned by a Belgian couple, looks serious but has a relaxed atmosphere.
Balique, according to most people, is rather difficult to find. But as a benchmark, you just have to look for the InterContinental Resort – Jimbaran, because the restaurant’s location is opposite this hotel.
Its location, which is close to the beach, makes Balique easy access to get quality and fresh seafood.
No wonder there are many menus with the Mediterranean, Asian and European nuances.
No wonder there are many menus with the Mediterranean, Asian and European nuances.
Grilled Red Snapper and Tom Yum Jumbo Prawn are favorites of visitors. You can imagine how delicious it is to eat seafood, especially if the place is also pleasing to the eye.
Who here really likes traveling to the Sanur area? Certainly not as many as other areas. But believe it or not, there are lots of cute cafes in Sanur with super generous portions of brunch! One of them is Canvas Cafe, which is located on Hang Tuah street – close to the port.
This is suitable for those of you who have plans to travel to Nusa Penida, and you can have breakfast first here in the morning before leaving from the port. They also have a takeaway menu!
The theme of western and eastern food is an attraction for visitors who like to change their minds when visiting cafes.
From Smoothies Bowls, pasta to Asian Style Pork Porridge you can try it here. Uh, but wait, don’t leave here without trying their signature menu – the Sanur Rice Bowl!
Kembali ke Bumbak
When I heard the news that there was a new brunch place in Umalas, Mimin had doubts. Not bad thinking at that time,
“Who wants to open a cafe in the Umalas area? Isn’t this just the area of the villas? Not sure the place is good”.
It turns out I was WRONG, viewers! Again, Bumbak is very different from other places. The glass-walled building at Kembali Bumbak is equipped with a bohemian themed courtyard decor. Suitable for spot photos.
Back Bumbak is a brunch place that is perfect for relaxing, working, or even lazing around.
The favorite menu at Kembali Bumbak is their smoothies bowl variant, one of which is the Dragon Berry Bowl. In addition to the many variants of vegetables and fruit, it’s also fresh for brunch time.
But, the Return Scones is a must-try. Everyone’s favorite peanut butter and vanilla strawberry jam cake. No wonder this place makes people want to COME BACK!
Milk and Honey Ubud
Milk and Honey made its debut first in the Canggu area before expanding into Ubud.
This place, which means milk and honey, is indeed famous for its all-day-breakfast pizza menu.
What I love about the Milk and Madu Ubud building is that it resembles a greenhouse! The sunlight that penetrates the glass walls keeps the restaurant alive in all conditions, and of course, the photos will always look great!
Apart from food, the main attraction of Milk and Honey Ubud is a live band performance.
It would be a shame to enjoy it alone. Come on, come together here!
The island of Bali is very attached to women’s breasts. Not because in Bali many foreign tourists are sunbathing with minimal clothes or walking around in makeshift clothes, no. However, in the 1950s, traditional clothing for Balinese women did not recognize breastplates. In accordance with the traditional customs, all Balinese women appear topless.
In the past, the Balinese people’s traditional clothes were not the same as those seen today. The clothes used by the Balinese are only simple body covers. Both men and women wear kemben like a skirt. Balinese women do not cover the top of their chest, aka shirtless. Part of the hair is very smooth because it is smeared with coconut oil. Several flowers were pinned to the hair and ears.
Such a scene became commonplace at that time. The Balinese people started getting to know clothes after Bali became known to the world as a tourist destination. Miguel Cavarrubias, in an article entitled Bali Binasa: A Speculation, explains how Balinese people are getting to know clothes in their daily lives. The Dutch Colonialism Government in Buleleng issued a rule that every Balinese woman must wear clothes.
This regulation was issued in 1848 to protect the morale of Dutch soldiers serving in Bali. Since then, the wives of Balinese princes wore clothes that suddenly inspired a proper dress style. Three years after the regulation was issued, Balinese women no longer leave the house without wearing a top cloth.
The custom of Balinese women not wearing clothes ended in the 1990s. Now, Balinese women who do not cover the top of their chest are considered uncivilized mountain people. Without realizing it, this also influenced men’s habits in Bali, until finally the traditional Balinese clothes were created as they are nowadays.
History of Balinese Breast at the Blanco Museum
For those of you who are curious about Balinese women’s style of dress when they are still unfamiliar with the breastplate, it can be seen at the Blanco Museum located in Ubud, Bali. The museum, which was founded by a Spanish artist named Antonio Blanco, contains paintings of ancient Balinese women. Antonio was given a piece of land by the King of Bali at that time, which was used as a residence as well as a painting studio.
Antonio died in 1999, and now the Blanco Museum is under the management of his son, Mario Blanco. This museum tries to create an authentic Balinese atmosphere. Balinese women’s paintings are drawn in various poses, and some are dancing, sleeping, and even masturbating. Mario explained that the paintings were not made on purpose to highlight the beauty of a woman’s body. He said his father only perpetuated Balinese culture at that time.
In the name of preserving Balinese culture, Antonio used to decide for his female employees not to wear a breastplate while working at the Blanco Museum. However, due to an incident, it was finally decided that a woman should wear a shirt when a guest visited. Now under Mario’s management, since 1999, all-female employees have been wearing Balinese kebaya.
Nusa Penida is an island in Bali that is popular as a tourism destination. Located on the southeast side of Bali Island, Nusa Penida is separated by the Badung Strait. Its natural beauty is extraordinary, has a beautiful maritime panorama as a world-class diving area, including in Batu Meling, Malibu Point, Crystal Bay, Manta Point, and Batu Lumbung.
Before becoming the most popular tourist location in Bali, Nusa Penida had a dark and terrible history. From the inscription with the number 835 Saka (913 AD) in Blonjong Village, it is known that Nusa Penida is the territory of Sri Wira Kesari Warmadewa, which is used as the basis of Balinese trade. At that time, the island was inhabited by people from Lombok who had built their own government system.
The King of Bali, Sri Wira Kesari Warmadewa, made Nusa Penida a symbol of victory over Lombok, which was currently in conflict with Bali’s Kingdom. When he was defeated, Bali’s King placed his trusted people to occupy the Nusa Penida government. Bilateral relations with the Kingdom of Bali continued until the 11th century AD.
Nusa Penida As a Place of Exile
In European literacy, Nusa Penida and the two surrounding islands are also known as Pulau Bandit, Bandit island, or Bandieten Eiland. The kings of the Klungkung, Gianyar, and Bangli Kingdoms agreed to make the Nusa Penida area a place of exile for problematic people, aka convicts from Bali’s main island the royal court has sentenced with a life sentence.
The rulers chose Nusa Penida because it has a landscape that is considered to torment the convicted. At that time, the island was very dry with a long dry season, plus the presence of a sea fort around it, which was fast flowing and accompanied by big waves. The kings are sure that no one will survive here long.
In addition, in Balinese spiritual belief, Nusa Penida is considered to be the place of the unseen forces that attack Bali every year. The prisoners convicted in Nusa Penida are also sacrifices and offerings to the supernatural powers to soften. However, Nusa Penida has become a production field for a number of Bali’s export commodities.
Hundreds of years have passed, Nusa Penida is now not a place of exile or a Bandit Island. He was transformed into Bali’s most popular tourist destination. The tourism centers in Nusa Penida are in the west, such as Kelingking Beach and Broken Beach. Hills and limestone reefs are the dominant soil conditions on the island. The highest point is Mount Mundi, which is located in the Nusa Penida district.
If you have visited Broken Beach attractions, there’s nothing wrong with taking the time to visit Angel Billabong attractions. The location of Broken Beach is next to Angel Billabong. To get to your destination, you can walk for about 5 – 10 minutes. Angel Billabong is a tourist attraction that is always crowded with tourists. According to its name Angel Billabong, this object has its own characteristics, which means a place in the form of a dead-end river and empties before reaching the open sea. This river is very calm, and the water’s clarity makes it look so beautiful that it makes tourists feel at home in this place.
Not only is there a beautiful river, but Angel Billabong also has a very unique rock that you can make as a photo spot against the background of the high seas. The sound of the waves crashing against the rocks makes this place so amazing.
At Angel Billabong attractions, you can do fun activities, such as swimming or bathing. Swimming at Angel Billabong certainly seems different from other beaches because you can feel the water’s clarity with a sea view, which is an added value. However, to swim at Angel Billabong, you also have to pay attention to the tides. If the seawater is high, tourists cannot do swimming activities because seawater will enter the river.
Crystal Bay Beach, a tourist attraction located in the western part of Nusa Penida. The beach, which has beautiful open sea views and underwater scenery, is a favorite spot for divers. Crystal Bay Beach is a popular tourist attraction with tourists, especially tourists who want to do snorkeling or diving activities. The underwater scenery of Crystal Bay is really very beautiful and amazing, which is the main attraction.
The beach has clean and clear water like crystal, calm waves, and white sand that makes this beach look beautiful and very attractive. The coral in the form of a small island hill in the middle of the sea is the main attraction for Crystal Bay photos. Some of the activities that you can do in this place are sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and diving.
Apart from the beauty of the sea, you can also watch the sunset in Crystal Bay. If you are a sunset lover, it is highly recommended to visit this beach, because you can witness the beautiful sunset sky at sunset.
Bali, famous as a traveler’s paradise, is famous for its beach tourism.
Apart from the beach, many travelers visit Bali just to spend time relaxing. Usually, these travelers will choose interesting places to sit back while enjoying the atmosphere of Bali. This is what causes cafes and clubs to flourish in Bali.
Getting here, many cafes have their own characteristics both in terms of menu and decoration and what is clear is that these places will make it difficult for you to move on.
Woobar at W Bali Seminyak
Because it is located in the W Hotel complex in the Seminyak area, this bar has relatively expensive food and beverage prices. The theme “From daytime to nighttime” offers a “special menu” for its guests.
Woobar by Day
This session is made for guests to start the day while enjoying the poolside facilities and the food and beverage menu here. This session is available every day, starting at 10 am until late at night. If you want to play on the beach, here there is also direct access to the beach.
Sunset at Woobar
This session is specifically for those of you who want to relax while waiting for the sun to set, accompanied by soothing music. Also, get special discounts for certain drinks and foods on selected days.
Sunset & Latenight Session
Woobar is one of the mainstay clubs in Bali that many tourists are aiming for. If you want to meet many rich foreigners, this is the place to be. Many foreigners spend their time relaxing here because it is a comfortable place, and also its location is located in one of Bali’s prestigious hotels.
La Plancha, Seminyak
This beachside café is not only great for its food, but this place is also perfect for enjoying a relaxing time while waiting for the sun to set. Usually, visitors will choose the location of the outdoor part of this café to enjoy the sunset. The outdoor location of this café is equipped with colorful beanbags, which are the icon of this café.
Another uniqueness of this café that is interesting for me is the nuances of the colors, starting from the paint in the room and the beanbags used as outdoor seating. These colorful beanbags are the icon of this café because that’s where you sit to enjoy the sunset.
This place, which is famous as a café and bar, is located in the Uluwatu area near Suluban beach or also known as Blue Point Beach. In my opinion, Suluban Beach is one of the phenomenal beaches in Bali, because apart from being not easy to reach, this place also offers a very beautiful view.
Single Fin is located on a cliff that directly faces the open sea, which is still in line with Suluban Beach. One thing I like about this place is the sensation of seeing the sunset from a high place while looking out at the open sea. If it’s just for a drink while sitting around, the pocket that has to be digested is still comparable to this super sight.
Restaurant in the middle of rice fields, that’s how I usually describe this place when someone asks about this place. The restaurant’s decor is very simple but attractive. In this restaurant, you are free to choose whether you want to sit on a chair or sit on a chair on the edge of the building. What is clear is that both of them are Instagram-able, especially with the view of the rice fields around the restaurant.
At first, I came here because of a recommendation from a friend who mentioned that the food here is delicious, at a reasonable price. The point is that the food prices here are not as high as other eating places in the Seminyak area.
La Laguna, Canggu
La Laguna has a unique decoration because a Gypsy and Bohemian style dominates it. This cafe has an open-air café concept with almost all of the seating in the outdoor area surrounded by trees on grassy pedestals. Apart from that, there are also wooden houses on stilts which add to the Bohemian impression!
If you go to La Laguna, you can sit around while enjoying the various special drinks that are provided while waiting for dusk. In addition, this place is often used as a spot for just beautiful photos of its visitors. Here, a wooden bridge is one of the favorite photo spots for those who visit here.
Having a vacation to Bali is less than satisfying if you don’t hunt for Balinese food. However, most of the famous restaurants always offer a variety of pork culinary. Some readers of Balitheatre have asked us to provide recommendations for Halal food in Bali.
On this occasion, we will tell you 5 Halal foods in Bali that you must try when visiting Bali.
* Even though we’ve done some research, it’s a good idea to double-check about halal certificates and other things needed before visiting the places below!
This unique Balinese culinary is quite unique and still rarely heard by most tourists, Nasi Tekor. It is rice served in a kettle or pincuk, a traditional container made of banana leaves used since ancient times.
Located in Kertalangu Cultural Village, East Denpasar, you will also enjoy an atmosphere like eating in an old house complete with ornate knick-knacks that will bring you nostalgia to your childhood. Oh yeah, the ones selling here are the grandparents’ couples, it’s so sweet, right!
The menu sold here is actually simple: Balinese mixed rice with a dish of lawar biu batu, chicken serapah, Balinese chili sauce, fried peanuts, grilled chicken, and ares sauce.
Bu Mangku Kadewatan’s Chicken Rice
If you visit the Ubud area, you must try the most halal food there, namely Bu Mangku Kadewatan Chicken Rice. With the capital of a typical Balinese house pavilion, here you can also enjoy a traditional Balinese atmosphere with a large yard.
As the name implies, this place only serves food made from chicken. A portion of Chicken Rice will be completed with satay curls, eggs, sisit chicken, fried chicken, and lawar vegetables, as well as super spicy chili sauce! The price is cheap, only Rp. 25,000, – only
A pioneer for the Crispy Duck menu, aka Krispi Fried Duck, this restaurant is never empty of visitors. Yesterday, the Bali Vacation Team also tried Bebek Bengil at The Bay Nusa Dua recently. Indeed, the Crispy Duck has to be thumbs up!
With a similar Ubud atmosphere, Bebek Bengil in Nusa Dua also provides a beautiful atmosphere surrounded by trees and a Balinese gazebo. The difference is, here you will not find views of rice fields, but you will enjoy the typical white sand of Nusa Dua.
In addition to the superior Crispy Duck menu, Bebek Bengil also has delicious menus such as Nasi Campur and Bebek Sambal Ijo, which are no less delicious! Duh, this while writing while drooling ..
Ibu Oki’s Chicken Rice
Not far from Bebek Bengil, still in Nusa Dua, you can also find other halal culinary, namely Ibu Oki Chicken Rice. Almost the same as other Chicken Rice, Bu Oki also serves a portion of mixed rice with various chicken preparations such as fried chicken, sisit chicken, betutu chicken, twisted satay, eggs, and vegetables. The difference is, at Ibu Oki, you will get a spicy sauce that is guaranteed to make you sweat but want to keep increasing. The record here we added three plates!
Ibu Oki’s Chicken Rice also has a branch in Jimbaran. A plate of mixed rice costs Rp. 25,000 only.
Teba Café Jimbaran
The Jimbaran area is known for its rows of seafood restaurants that are ready to pamper your tongue. Actually, almost every restaurant here has a variety of grilled seafood menus, which are served complete with vegetable plecing and sambal matah. But usually, the Bali Vacation team often visits Teba Café Jimbaran than the others because we think the spices here are more kicking.
The most interesting thing about eating at Jimbaran beach is that you can enjoy a candlelight dinner “ala-ala” by the beach with acoustic music accompaniment. Perfect for those of you who want a romantic dinner with your beloved partner! If you plan to eat here, we recommend that you stand by from 5 pm, so you can get the best seats to watch the super beautiful sunset here.
Kebanyakan orang mengerjakan perjalanan dunia untuk empiris yang mengolah hidup atau untuk menyaksikan kehidupan dari perspektif yang berbeda. Bagi tidak sedikit orang, bepergian ialah eksplorasi diri. Dulu mempunyai sifat sementara, namun tren terbaru mengindikasikan bepergian atau berpariwisata di Bali sudah menjadi gaya hidup dan unsur dari identitas canggih kita, terutama semenjak Instagram memungut alih hidup kita. Memang benar bahwa bepergian dapat menolong kita mengolah diri anda sendiri. Tetapi pernahkah kita beranggapan tentang bagaimana kehadiran anda sebagai seorang musafir dapat dominan dan mengolah tempat dan orang-orang yang anda kunjungi?
Ambil Ubud, misalnya. Bagi semua pelancong, Ubud barangkali adalah ibukota kesehatan, namun eksplorasi cepat sejarahnya akan mengindikasikan bahwa lokasi tersebut sudah berkembang seiring waktu. Pada 1980-an dan 1990-an dulu dikenal sebagai ibukota kebiasaan Bali di mana seni dan peragaan tradisional berkembang. Namun, orientasi bisnis di wilayah mulai berubah secara bertahap.
Itu dibuka dengan praktik permakultur yang dibuka pada akhir 1990-an. Selama bertahun-tahun lebih tidak sedikit pertanian permakultur perlahan muncul, menghasilkan tidak sedikit pasokan sayuran organik yang memicu pembukaan semakin tidak sedikit restoran organik. Kemudian, kesehatan menjadi tema kesayangan setelah krisis bom Bali menghantam pulau itu. Itu ialah strategi untuk unik pengunjung yang bertolak belakang jenisnya, supaya bisnis bertahan, dan melalui krisis.
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Semua ini bertujuan untuk menaikan turis dari negara Jepang untuk ke Bali. Sangat gampang untuk menyalahkan pariwisata, pemerintah, dan evolusi ekonomi global, tetapi semua pelancong pun mempunyai tanggung jawab individu untuk menanam diri mereka dengan benar, khususnya dalam urusan memaksakan perspektif mereka.
Di masa lalu, saya sudah mendengar begitu tidak sedikit pelancong mengeluh tentang semua pengembang di Bali yang telah membina lebih tidak sedikit dan lebih tidak sedikit bangunan canggih daripada yang tradisional. Sebagian besar datang dari negara-negara barat, semua pelancong ini percaya bahwa Bali mesti tetap rendah hati dan tradisional, memberi mereka karakter yang menarik dan eksotis di destinasi wisata opsi mereka.
Saya mengejar perspektif barat-sentris ini lumayan bermasalah; akademisi menyinggung ini sebagai Orientalisme. Diciptakan oleh Edward Said pada tahun 1978, istilah ini mengakui pembagian Barat vs Timur, perspektif umum yang dikembangkan pada abad ke-18 sampai ke-19 di negara-negara barat. Pandangan, yang mewakili Barat sebagai maju dan canggih dan non-Barat sebagai tradisional dan mundur, hadir sebagai dampak dari perluasan kolonial Eropa. Namun, tidak sedikit antropolog berasumsi bahwa ini dapat membuat pemisahan dan usulan tentang superioritas dan inferioritas yang membingkai interaksi orang-orang dari kedua budaya.
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Semakin anda bepergian dan berinteraksi dengan orang yang berbeda, semakin kita mengetahui kesamaan salah satu kita. Kita bisa menghapus batas-batas yang menciptakan kita bertolak belakang sebelumnya, kita menjangkau tujuan. Mengakui perbedaan ini dan representasi salah dari “yang lain” dapat menjadi tahapan kesatu. Langkah selanjutnya ialah terlibat. Melalui menciptakan interaksi ini, anda bertukar identitas dan membangun keserupaan antara yang beda dan diri anda sendiri, sampai “kita” hadir dalam proses.
Nightlife spots in Bali present the atmosphere of the Island of the Gods in a different beauty. As is known, it is not only the charm of its natural beauty that makes Bali attractive to many tourists, but also its friendly culture and society.
You can hang out in various places of interest when walking at night in Bali. In fact, beautiful beaches during the day you can also enjoy its beauty at night with a different atmosphere and feel. Nightlife spots in Bali are very interesting to explore. When vacationing in Bali, you will certainly feel at home and want to stay for long. Moreover, the atmosphere of a vacation in Bali is certainly very much felt by the number of tourists passing by. If you are interested in visiting Bali, you can get a free trip ticket to Bali by winning the most exciting (backlink) online casino game, and it’s a very recommended apps for you to download while wandering in Bali!
Zero Kilometer Denpasar
The first night tourist spot in Bali is Zero Kilometer Denpasar. Located in the Puputan Badung area of Denpasar City and has a very strategic location in front of the Denpasar mayor’s office, making it visited by many people.
Not only tourists, many locals also visit one of the night spots in Bali. The main attraction of Zero Kilometer Denpasar is the presence of a Chess Face Statue with a fountain pool that can emit water with large and small variations.
Treat the view of the fountain in Zero Point Denpasar is more spectacular at night because it has been fitted with lighting in the form of beautiful colorful spotlights. No wonder this place is one of the places where many people gather at night in Denpasar.
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The next night’s tourist spot in Bali is the Yellow Bridge. This yellow bridge is located in Jungutbatu, Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali, close to Nusa Lembongan. This place is the best spot to take pictures with sunset or sunrise. This bridge is open 24 hours, so you can come here at night to enjoy the beautiful view near the bridge, while breathing in the fresh air, gentle breeze, and make sure you take pictures in this place.
Turning to nature tourism, you can visit Kuta Beach and Seminyak Beach which are in a straight line as night spots in Bali. Along the coastline you can find a variety of cafes with interesting and unique concepts that can be a hangout with friends. Bali is famous for its unique cafes, call it a rice-themed cafe, swimming pool cafe, a cafe on a cliff and don’t miss a gaming cafe. The last order from the list was one that was booming in year 2020, this was due to the fish shooting game that penetrated online, so many people were reminisced about this game while gathering with family or friends. The online fishing service provider is Joker388 which is the largest online slot platform in Asia.
You can choose to sit in one of the cafes while watching the enchanting sunset on this beach. Many of the hits of the cafe are famous among tourists that you can visit along this beach.
Uluwatu and GWK
Uluwatu is a temple which is located at the end of a very high hill. One of the interesting activities that you can do at this place is watching the Kecak dance against a very beautiful sunset background.
Usually you will be asked to buy or order tickets to watch the Kecak dance first a few hours before it starts because the tickets are limited. Just don’t miss out on watching Kecak dance in Uluwatu when sunset comes because you will definitely be very sorry.
Night attractions in Bali this one in the form of a tourist area that is very interesting to visit. You can walk around the pedestal and take pictures in this very iconic statue of the pedestal. Besides seeing the splendor of the GWK statue, you can also see traditional Balinese dances that invite admiration. This place is located on Jalan Uluwatu, Ungasa Village, South Kuta-Badung.
Bali is a very beautiful island, although seen from various sides. Both of its natural beauty, culinary, and culture that has never been left behind by the people. Well, one culture that is still fragrant today is the Pendet Dance. So, how the heck is it still developing until now? Let’s see our review.
Pendet Dance History
Pendet dance was originally a worship dance that was mostly staged in temples. The movements in this dance are a symbol in welcoming the descent of the gods to the world of nature and also as gratitude. Along with the times, some Balinese artists turn this culture into a dance of welcome. But it still does not leave the hallmark of the sacredness and religiosity of this dance.
The dance was first established in 1950. A Balinese artist named Wayan Beratha reprocessed the dance to the current pattern, including adding the number of dancers. In 1967 a choreographer named Wayan Rindi created a modern form for this one dance but still did not reduce the sacred and religious elements of the dance. Wayan Rindi is known as a dance artist with the ability to change and preserve Balinese dance through learning for the next generation both in the family and around it.
The Dance Function
In terms of functionality, Pendet Dance has two purposes. First, as a guardian dance that is usually performed in a temple during a traditional ceremony. Then the second function is as a traditional dance, which is traditionally performed as a reception for the guests.
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Although classified as sacred, Pendet Dance is different from other ceremonial dances that require specialized trainers. Anyone can dance this dance, both those who have been trained and those who are still a newbie. Basically, this dance only follows the movements of the senior dancer in front of him, who understands and can set a good example. So, this dance does not require that the trainer has experienced for many years. And if you want to try something else, you can try online gambling site called: situs judi online. Trusted online gambling site that can be done by anyone even as a newbie you can play and get a lot of money easily. Just click on the link and follow the instruction and winning a lot of money to travel to Bali anytime you want!
Becoming a Record-breaker at Mangupura Anniversary
Besides being used for important events, this beautiful dance was never acted as a record-breaker. Precisely at the celebration of the ninth anniversary of Mangupura on November 16, 2018, then. At the event, dances were performed by Balinese mothers/wives in the entire Badung region, amounting to 2621 dancers. Therefore, the colossal Pendet Dance scored the Indonesian Record Museum with the most number of dancers.
Thus a little info about this very famous dance from Bali. Apparently, there are some things that are rarely known by the public. Starting from its history to become a record-breaker. Yes, We hope this Pendet Dance can be an example of the culture in other areas so that it can be preserved well.
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Bali has several unique traditions that are not carried out all the time. However, because it is colossal and involves all elements of society, this tradition can be witnessed by the public. For you traveler, who likes to document unique and rare traditions, here are 7 Balinese cultural traditions that you must witness.
1. Perang Ketupat/War Ketupat/Siat Tipat
This tradition is held in the Traditional Village of Kapal, Mengwi, Badung. As the name suggests, this tradition uses diamond tools. The goal is to express gratitude to God for the blessings that have been given.
Before the ritual is carried out, the villagers begin with joint prayer. Then, residents divided themselves into two groups. The Ketupat War was carried out in front of the Temple of Lan Puseh Village, precisely on the Jalan Raya Ship. The diamond used earlier was presented in a ceremony called ‘Ngusaba Jelih Lambih’.
The Ketupat War did not last long, which was around 15 minutes. The implementation is carried out once a year, precisely on the Full Moon Kapat Day, or around September to October.
2. Ogoh-ogoh Parade/Pawai Ogoh-ogoh
The parade, which is held the day after Nyepi, usually falls in March. After sunset, Ogoh-ogoh will be paraded around the village accompanied by a gamelan. In some places, parades were also held, which were the highlight of the event between the Banjar Ogoh-ogoh race. Especially for the Denpasar area, ceremonies are usually held around the Chess Face Statue.
Omed-omedan is a Balinese cultural tradition that is specifically carried out in Sesetan Village, Denpasar. The implementation was on the Shoot Geni day, which is one day after Nyepi Day.
This tradition is unique because it involves young people who are not married and come from Banjar Kaja, Sesetan Village. They will be divided into groups that will later attract each other while doused with water.
This one Balinese tradition is carried out in Munggu Village, Mengwi, and aims to refuse reinforcements. The traditional form is in the way of a group of villagers carrying wooden sticks and formed into a cone. Particular residents will go up to the top of the stick to give instructions. The collection of sticks will be pitted with other groups.
The Mekotek tradition is held every Kuningan Day, which usually falls once every 210 days. Determination of the Kuningan Day uses the Balinese calendar, so it cannot be converted to a certain Christian calendar.
This ritual is a special ceremony that aims to purify the pratimas or holy symbols of God that are usually in temples. In general, this ceremony is performed by all Hindus. The implementation itself is done once a year, namely several
the day before Nyepi, around March.
In this Melasti tradition, people will flock to the beach while carrying sacred symbols in the temple. The accompaniment was followed by the Balinese gong gamelan and also other facilities such as banners and buildings. One of the most photogenic locations for taking photos of this tradition is at Melasti Beach, Ungasan.
6. War Pandan /Perang Pandan
This unique tradition is carried out in the Traditional Village of Tenganan Pegringsingan, Karangasem. As the name suggests, the culture of the Pandanus War involved two men who fought using thorny pandanus leaves accompanied by a sacred gamelan typical of the local village called Selonding.
This celebration is held to honor Lord Indra, known as the god of war. The implementation itself is carried out every year, which is around June or July for two consecutive days. Not only local residents, but outsiders can also follow this tradition.
This ceremony is a sacred tradition and is loaded with magical elements that are carried out in Pengrebongan Temple, Kesiman Village, Denpasar. After a series of ceremonies, residents will make a kind of movement around the temple area.
At this time, mass trance usually happens. Residents who experience it will do various kinds of things such as dancing, screaming, crying, or more extreme, jabbing a dagger into the chest or commonly called Ngurek. Despite using sharp objects, the residents concerned were not injured.
If you want to witness this tradition, make sure you are present before 3:00 p.m. The implementation itself is once every 210 days, on Sunday Pon, Wuku Medangsia, precisely about two weeks after Kuningan Day.
Thus a brief review of 7 Balinese traditions that you should not miss—interested in watching it?
Accommodation in Bali offers a variety of exciting activities that can be done during the staycation. Like resorts in the Ubud area that offer Balinese dance classes. It is no longer a secret that the Ubud area is a tourist spot in Bali, which still has a very thick traditional value, so here are some resorts in Ubud that offer Balinese dance classes. So Friend Traveler can take a break to learn culture through his signature dance. Do you want to know? Check out these following review.
1. Kupu Kupu Barong Villas and Tree Spa
Kupu Kupu Barong Villas and Tree Spa introduces Balinese culture, one of which is dance class. If you are a traveler who wants to take part in the activity, you can go to La View Bar every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Classes take place at 16.00-17.00. This activity is complimentary for guests who stay overnight.
Kupu Kupu Barong Villas and Tree Spa itself offers a luxurious stay experience with a capital of around Rp2.5 million. This place to stay is located in Kedewatan, Ubud.
2. Komaneka Resorts
When staying at Komaneka Resorts, you can try out this Balinese dance class. Later it will be accompanied by, but first, we must register by filling out the form available on the official website.
Komaneka Resorts has several branches in Bali, one of which is located in the Ubud Monkey Forest area. Prepare a fee of approximately Rp. 2.7 million if planning a staycation at this luxury accommodation.
3. COMO Uma Ubud
A resort in Bali that also provides Balinese dance classes is COMO Uma Ubud. This activity is held every Thursday at 16.00-17.30. Prepare a cost of approximately Rp. 200 thousand.
Other exciting activities during the staycation here are cooking class, afternoon yoga, and silver jewelry making class. COMO Uma Ubud itself offers the sensation of a luxurious stay with a room rate of around Rp.4 million. This place to stay is located on Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Kedewatan, Ubud.
4. The Kayon Resort
The Kayon Resort is also one that offers Balinese dance classes in the Ubud area. The activity takes place every day at 13.00-14.00 at the Yoga Pavilion. This Balinese dance class is complimentary for guests staying at The Kayon Resort.
If you plan a staycation at this luxurious place to stay, provide a budget of approximately Rp. 4.5 million. There are various facilities, including jungle pool & bar, restaurant, and museum. One that is quite popular here is the wedding chapel. The Kayon Resorts is located in Banjar Kepitu, Tegallalang, Ubud.
That’s at least four resorts in the Ubud area that offer Balinese dance classes. So when you will have a vacation again to Bali?