This tropical fruit specific to Southeast Asia – its name comes from the Malaysian Duri, which means thorn – is very special. First of all by its shape (a rugby ball surrounded by spines) but above all by its smell – let’s say the word pestilential – when it has reached maturity. Tourists who love strong cheeses generally love it, as do all Bali residents. This year, the season starts earlier than usual and looks promising. An experience not to be missed on your next visit to Dajuma!
MESSAGE FROM THE MANAGEMENTALIT & RONDY After an 18-month desert crossing, we are delighted to announce the reopening of Bali airport. For now, only nationals of 19 countries will be welcome: From Europe: France, Hungary, Italy, Liechenstein, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden. From Middle East: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates. From Asia: […]
The good news has finally arrived !!! Yes, Bali airport reopened its doors and airstrips to international flights on October 14th.
For now, only nationals of 19 countries will be welcome:
- From Europe: France, Hungary, Italy, Liechenstein, Norway , Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
- From Middle East: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates,
- From Asia: China, India, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea.
Hopefully, the list should grow quickly.
We hope that lovers of our beautiful island will be happy and many to come back. Dajuma has remained open throughout this pandemic period and will be able to welcome you in the coming weeks, respecting the necessary sanitary standards without deviating from the best practices of hotel hospitality which have made the reputation of our establishment.
Please come back soon and have a good trip!
This week, Dajuma welcomed nursing staff from Negara general hospital, as a reward for their commitment for 18 months in the fight against COVID 19. For both the Indonesian Ministry of Health and the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy at the origin of this initiative, they have become leading heroes in the management of the health crisis. After struggling to cope with covid 19 for nearly 18 months, the government hopes, by giving this award to health workers, that they can refresh their minds and souls to keep themselves enthusiastic in the fight against all kinds of diseases. This weekend, they made a special entertainment program with all the members, and enjoy a lot their stay with us. They cooked a barbecue dinner and did personal performances. Congratulations guys for your outstanding achievement!
Who has not kept the memory of a good bonfire from his childhood? So why not take advantage of your vacation to make one at the hotel where you are staying? With us in Dajuma it’s easy: just ask!
This is what the photo shows this week. Our guests Diana and Marra with their little kid had a great evening by the fire. They even roasted mashmallows which delighted the children around.