KUKUL ANOTHER INTERESTING TRADITION OF BALINESE CULTURE Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali dancing music

KUKUL ANOTHER INTERESTING TRADITION OF BALINESE CULTURE

Kulkul is a traditional communication tool of the Balinese people. It is a big wooden bell installed at the top of decorated towers erected in the middle of each village in Bali. Inherited from the ancestors one can find it … Read More

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Very festive atmosphere this December 31st in Dajuma to celebrate the new year! Around a delicious “Babi Guling” (grilled pig) more than 70 guests shared the last hours of the year in a varied musical atmosphere, alternating Jegog, modern songs … Read More

AN AMAZING ANNIVERSARY Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

AN AMAZING ANNIVERSARY

Friday night, our guests could hear a nice music in the garden coming from an unusual place close to our Spa. When approaching, they could see an amazing arrangement: the Gazebo entirely decorated for a romantic dinner, closeby, a celebration … Read More

CULTURAL EXPERIENCES AT DAJUMA Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

CULTURAL EXPERIENCES AT DAJUMA

Because of its proximity to the cradle of Jegog music, it was natural for Dajuma to invest in one of these beautiful Jegog instruments, made entirely by hand from bamboo and teak wood by skilled craftsmen from the nearby villages. … Read More

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali Dajuma West Bali

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Big party under the moon last night in Dajuma to celebrate the new year. Our guests have discovered the magic of Balinese dances performed by the young people of the village dance school. They were accompanied by several musicians, the … Read More

MERRY CHRISTMAS Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

MERRY CHRISTMAS

This year, the celebration of Christmas at Dajuma was particularly joyful and animated: large flags at the entrance of the resort, laser show in the garden, Rindik Balinese orchestra, surprise gift to our guests and – cherry on the cake … Read More

JOGED BUMBUNG DANCE AT DAJUMA Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali dancing gamelan jegog music tradition Dancing - Music People

JOGED BUMBUNG DANCE AT DAJUMA

Last week in Dajuma took place an evening show featuring the famous traditional Balinese dances accompanied by the Gamelan Jegog orchestra. Born in West Bali a few kilometers from Dajuma, the gamelan jegog is one of the most impressive sounding … Read More

HAPPY NEW YEAR! SELAMAT TAHUN BARU! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali 1

HAPPY NEW YEAR! SELAMAT TAHUN BARU!

The festivities of this end of the year were particularly warm in Dajuma. Around a delicious buffet with its traditional Baby Guling and Ayam Betutu and 3 orchestras including 2 traditional (Gamelan and Jegog) a young dance troupe (photo), all … Read More

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 … Read More

Congratulations to Eka! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali 1

Congratulations to Eka!

Putu Eka Rahayu Damayanthi is the eldest daughter of three sisters of our late Indra. Since her early childhood, led by her mother Kadek Anggrayani, herself talented dancer, Eka studied the Balinese dances so beautiful to look at but so … Read More

Welcome Back dear Agung! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali 1

Welcome Back dear Agung!

Bali is renowned worldwide for the wealth of its culture, among which dancing is occupying a privileged position. Each village of the island supports as much as possible a dancing group as well as a gamelan or jegog orchestra. This … Read More

Happy New Year! Selamat Tahun Baru!

This New Year celebration has been particularly festive at Dajuma. More than 50 guests enjoyed a delicious typical Balinese dinner served in the garden while 3 orchestras (Jeggog, Gamelan and Gongs) accompanied by Balinese dancers were playing. When midnight approached, … Read More