As Bali prepares to reopen its borders to foreign tourists in early 2021, Dajuma is delighted to welcome local families in the meantime who are taking full advantage of our facilities. They particularly like our Bendega infinity pool with its waterfall, its long swimming lane, its suspended whirlpool and… its slide. Not to mention the unforgettable sunsets that are so pleasant to contemplate while enjoying a delicious cocktail on the pool deck or on the beach directly. Get ready to join us for the end of year celebrations!
As an effort to help the tourism sector in Bali during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bali Provincial Tourism Office in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia is organizing Health Protocol Campaigns focused on Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability from October to November 2020. They started on October 7th 2020 with a total of 400 participants involved in 10 sessions, including the visit of tourist attractions and the conduct of tourist activities. They enjoy the uniqueness of each tourist attraction and stay overnight in the area. In addition they learn the protocols ensuring the Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environment protection (CHSE).
Puri Dajuma is one of the hotels where the participants of the Bali Bangkit program stay for 1 night. During October and November, Puri Dajuma accommodates 10 different groups with 10 participants in each group. On the picture, the 6th Bali Bangkit Group took a picture in the lobby before they leave the hotel, wearing a mask and maintaining a safe distance.
Not only are they delicious to eat, they are also great looking and very healthy.
They are served twice during the meetings’ coffee breaks, in the morning as a welcome dish and after lunch.
The pictures show 2 examples recently served to our guests: the first one consists of Japanese soybeans (kedelai edamme), dragon fruit pudding in a glass, and traditional Balinese cake (klepon) in purple color while the second one consist of 3 crackers, called melinjo (fruit crackers), balinese flower cake (apem), and rice cake (wajik) with palm sugar. Enjoy our snacks! Selamat makan!
This week, Dajuma was again trusted by the Jembrana Regency Government as a venue for training held by the Jembrana Tourism Department, with the theme of optimizing the quality and management of tourist accommodation (homestay/cottage). The training lasts for 3 days, with 2 days of seminars at Dajuma and the last day visiting tourist attractions in Belimbing Sari Village. The training participants were representatives of tourism awareness community, tourism business managers from 10 villages in Jembrana, with a total of 60 participants. This training aims to increase the role of the community in the tourism sector, as well as how managing tourist accommodation (homestay/cottage), how to manage and promote it in the digital era. All participants follow the training while still adhering to the applicable health protocols.
It did not happen for some months, a joyful party took place in Dajuma last week to celebrate the 50th Kellie’s birthday. 18 adults and 10 kids, mostly originated from USA, Australia, UK, Columbia, all being expats living in Bali for years, did participate in the party. But the best is to leave Kellie comment with inspiration the extraordinary situation we are going through: “I feel fortunate that my family can be here right now. Bali is a good place to be during the pandemic. The world is under stress, and Bali too, but here we (everyone) can take the time to slow down and start planning a better routed future. I hope that is the case. My family has been enjoying more places like Dajuma during these quiet times, we have spent time getting to better know our neighbors and community members. It is an excellent time to shop locally and support our communities. There is no place I would rather be.” Happy birthday Dear Kellie!