Surrounded by the blue waters of the Indian Ocean, Bali always becomes one of the best destinations around the world, whether for business matters or holiday. This Island is also known as the perfect place for honeymoon, especially for the couples who want to spend a romantic time in tropical paradise island. Looking for the best plan of having a honeymoon in Bali? Here are some ideas to spend your honeymoon in Bali:
1. Romantic Picnic Lunch for Two
Picnic in a botanical garden is a simple yet romantic thing that you can do while you are in Bali. Go to the famous Botanical Garden of Bedugul, roll out the carpet or silky throw and enjoy lunch under the trees. If you stay in Canggu or Kuta, better to have a driver or rent a car rather than go with motorbike. From Denpasar, you will need approximately 1 and half hours to get to Bedugul. It’s a little far away, but it’s worth it!
Bali Time Spa
Unwind and relax after a long day of adventure. Drop by Ruby Spa and pamper yourself with our lulur treatment – a Javanese exfoliates rituals that usually done by the Javanese royalty. Our lulur product consists of rice, turmeric and honey that helps to rejuvenate skin and relieve the stress. Get other treatment afterwards and wrap it all with plain yogurt shower.
3. Lovely Beachfront Dinner under the Star
Have you ever dreaming for having romantic dinner in front of the beach or under the sky full of stars? If so, then it’s time to make your dream come true! Not only to celebrate honeymoon, it’s also a perfect way to celebrate special moment like marriage proposal with the love one.
So there you have 3 things to do for your honeymoon in Bali. We are Ametis Villa Bali, a villa in Canggu Bali that is designed to provide a wonderful day for honeymooners, who are coming from all over the world. At Ametis Villa, you can do many romantic things including the three romantic activities mentioned above. Book or plan your romantic journey at Ametis Villa now!
It brought our attention
that the awareness of dental health in Indonesia is still low compared to other
As a part of this year’s CSR
program with the concept of “We grow together with local community”, we held the dental event for children at Widya Puspita
Kindergarten, on Friday, 27 September 2019 in order to increase the awareness
of dental health from early age.
Supported by other establishments, Mandiri Health Care and Bhakti Vedanta Medical, and Dr. Gede Agung Wirakrama or Dr. Doni, we educated kindergarten students to understand the importance of daily dental care. 63 students who attended this event received a pack of tooth brush, paste, and a small toy (to make them happy and funJ) before Dr. Doni started introducing how and why brushing tooth is important, and gave a practice to the students on brushing the teeth correctly.
Before ending the dental class, students had quiz from Saviestri-Human Resources Manager of Ametis Villa Bali, to test their understanding. Winners received tumblr as gift. As one of our luxury lifestyle private villa in Canggu, Ametis Villa Bali will bring more positive ambiance and influence people to improve better future. Start from small thing to the big things in the future.
Bali is renowned for its bright and richly cultural ceremonies, and any visitor who spends more than a few days on the island will be certain to see some kind of temple festival, a colorful procession, or might be a ritual. There are also numerous island-wide religious festivals to mark sacred days according to the Balinese calendar, together with family rituals such as birth celebrations, tooth filing ceremonies, weddings and cremations.
The Odalan itself, or temple anniversary celebration, is a lavish ceremony commemorating the founding of the temple, and as each Odalan date varies from one temple to another. All kinds of religious icons and precious objects, parasols, effigies, and huge ‘wayang landung’ puppets are paraded around the temple in a feast of bustle and colour, while decorations ranging from the bizarre to the brilliant adorn the temple walls. The women create astonishing temple offerings in the form of soaring pyramids of fruit, rice cakes and flowers, ornamented with coconut-leaf decorations. These are brought to the temple in long and spectacular processions with the women carrying the offerings on their heads.
On 30th of August 2018, Ametis Villa Bali celebrate The Odalan, all of department has involved to create a pyramid of fruit, we called as “Gebogan”. The day before, all of staff sends one of them to do cleaning blitz around the villa area. At the end of the ceremony they pick up the offerings and bring them home to share them with their family.