JACK FRUIT SEASON Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

JACK FRUIT SEASON

The jack fruit is one of these mythic tropical fruit almost unknown from westerners. It has not really a good appearance neither a good smell outside and, however, it is absolutely delicious after being well prepared. With a long history behind him – it was already cultivated in India 3000 years ago – the jackfruit is today much appreciated in various culinary uses either as a main course or as a dessert.
On the picture, Udi one of our cook is receiving a ripe jackfruit which he will use in one of his delicious recipes. Selamat makan!

SUMMERTIME RELAX AT DAJUMA Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali Dajuma

SUMMERTIME RELAX AT DAJUMA

Where is the best place  to unwind during summertime after a long and hectic professional year? The answer is definitively here at Dajuma, far from the hustle and bustle of big cities, where our staff will have thousands of attentions to make your stay unforgettable.
Let’s take an example of a perfect day in paradise: wake-up in the morning not too late to see the dawn while strolling on the beach for one hour. Around eight, time for breakfast in the garden just in front of the spectacular cape where hundreds of birds are playing with the tide. After that, it’s time for activities such as yoga, sporting or touring around the nearby authentic West Bali. After the lunch taken in one of our 3 restaurants perhaps would you like to make a break like this nice lady on the picture or join our wellness center for a revigorating massage. The dusk coming around 6:30 p.m. it is time to savor a delicious cocktail  before dining in a romantic atmosphere either on the beach or in front of one of our Teppanyaki cook. A day fully occupied, perfectly balanced between physical and cultural activities, where the master word is “relax”!

CONGRATULATIONS TO YVES AND ARI FOR THEIR WEDDING! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

CONGRATULATIONS TO YVES AND ARI FOR THEIR WEDDING!

Last week took place a sympathetic wedding party at Dajuma with more than 90 guests. After receiving the Hindu blessing in the priest’s house in Griya, the just married Yves from Belgium and Ari from Pekutatan invited their respective families and friends to a joyful party in Dajuma gardens where a delicous buffet, a traditional Jegog orchestra and Balinese dances enchanted the guests. On behalf of Dajuma, we would like to congratulate Yves and Ari and wish them an everlasting happyness!

CHILDREN ORCHESTRA

CHILDREN ORCHESTRA

One among many other facets of Balinese culture is the importance of learning music and dance in each and every family. From their youngest age, Balinese children are used to learn from their parents how to play music and perform these beautiful ritual dances. Once they are skilled enough, they start playing in their own children orchestra. How proud they are to show their art on Dajuma stage from time to time ! On the picture, the children orchestra from Pekutatan village, mostly composed of our staff ’s children.
Congratulations guys !