Alam Ubud Villa is nestled secretly within the valley and surrounded by the tropical forest, Alam Ubud Villa is a resort that took more than pure effort to build. Perched atop wooden pillars and hugging the rugged hillsides, these beautiful villas give you stunning panoramic views of the gorgeous green landscape. Alam Ubud Villa forms the new cultural heart of Ubud located in the Village of Tegallalang.
Cherishing and celebrating the rich natural and cultural heritage of Indonesia, every corner of the Alam Ubud Villa is filled with a priceless collection of a museum antiquities dating from the 14th century. A verdant, cultural oasis, Alam Ubud Villas occupies a spacious 3-hectare site on the banks of the sacred Petanu River affording breathtaking jungle river views.
Nusa Dua Fiesta presents a colourful week of art exhibitions, cultural performances and sporting events to the namesake beach resort area on Bali’s south-eastern coast. First held in 1996 as Nusa Dua Festival, it opens up the otherwise exclusive tourism complex to the general public, with different events held in various venues throughout the area.Read More
RUN ACROSS THE SEA-CHASING THE SUNRISE
INTERNATIONAL NIGHT RUN
It is the first night run event to be held in Bali by presenting Full Marathon, Half Marthon (21K), 10K and 5K which will be followed by 3,000 International and National runners.
To increase International participants will be rewarded 500 million prizes from various categories
Collaboration with ITDC as a Developer of The Nusa Dua area will further provide International value in this organization.
Denpasar, the tourist hub and transport centre of Bali, welcome tourists and travellers from across the globe to experience the diversity and cultural richness of the beach city during The “Denpasar Festival”.
With an array of events, exhibitions, seminars, talk shows, and art and cultural entertainment, the Denpasar Festival introduces visitors into the authentic land of the North Market; Denpasar.
Like many of the Festival’s previous themes, this year’s is drawn from a Hindu philosophy, but this time it’s one that is known universally. For many in the West, karma is a simplification of justice served. For Balinese Hindus, Karma Phala is the spiritual principle that each action has a consequence equal in force, and similar in form. “Karma Phala nak cicih” describes the belief; cicih means certain and swift.
“As actions in their previous life affect their present, and deeds committed in the present affect their future, Balinese Hindus are aware their fate is not divine in origin, but in their own hands,” commented UWRF Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe.Read More