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.
On Java and Bali, flying kites is a form of gratitude to the Creator.
“So there are term Lare Angon on Java and Rare Angon (shepherd) in Bali. They are the ones who fly kites in the fields.
The fading of this tradition in Java, because too many cultures entered the land of Java after the Majapahit feast collapsed. “In Java because it also entered Islam, the tradition faded and there was no regeneration. While in Bali, it is still sustainable until now because Hinduism, which was a royal religion, is still victorious.Read More
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
Ubud Village Jazz Festival is a music festival situated in the artistic surroundings of Ubud Bali, Indonesia.
Since 2010 Yuri Mahatma, a musician, a composer and a music teacher, and a founder of Underground Jazz Movement together with Anom Darsana, the director and owner of ANTIDA Music Productions, had worked together for some routine projects of jazz concerts, each time with different theme.Read More
Galungan is a sacred ceremony that gives a spiritual strength to be able to differentiate which life force from adharma and from budi atma which is a sound of the truth (dharma) in human’s soul.
Kuningan Day which falls on Saturday (Saniscara), is the day when Gods and Goddesses accompanied by the holy ancestral spirits (pitara) come down to earth again to bless the people and the universe.Read More