Astari (Front Desk Officer) and Juliarta (Restaurant Supervisor) are happy, on behalf of the entire Dajuma team, to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas. Made from driftwood collected from the beach, our Christmas tree was created again this year by our staff. Due to the resurgence of the pandemic, this year like last year, Christmas will be limited to a minimum of festivities. However, all Dajuma staff are more than ready to welcome you in the best conditions of safety, comfort … and fun, so necessary in this troubled period. So, merry Christmas and see you soon in our little paradise!
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This year the celebrations of Christmas and New Year’s Day will be very special. They will be limited to the strict minimum by order of the authorities: no gathering of people and no festivities because of the risk of contamination by the corona virus.
We wish you a Merry Christmas!
On behalf of the entire Dajuma staff, Lely and Erik on the picture would like to wish you a very merry Christmas!
This year our Christmas tree is really special: it is made of driftwood collected on the beach. To show the snow, we picked up some kapok from the kapok trees of our neighbours. The result is this beautiful and so special construction particularly appreciated by our guests. It is also a modest part of our effort to limit our carbon footprint.
This year, both events will occur almost together, Galungan being on December 26th. By celebrating the victory of Dharma over Adharma, Galungan marks the time when the ancestral spirits visit the Earth. The last day of the celebration is Kuningan 10 days later, when they return. Galungan also marks the beginning of a new year in the 210-day Balinese calendar.
On the picture, Hendrah, Lely, Dina, Astari and Agus are happy to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Galungan on behalf of their 44 colleagues!
This year, Dajuma will celebrate with a lot of festivities, not only Christmas and the New Year but also Galungan and Kuningan which are almost at the same dates respectively December 26th for Galungan and January 5th for Kuningan, 10 days of celebration of the Balinese New Year which lasts 210 days in the Pawukon calendar.
Nice decorations all around the resort, live music, Balinese dances, fireworks, romantic atmosphere in a dreamy setting, and, above all, 2 gastronomic menus which will enchant your palate. Don’t wait until you book your Christmas/Galungan or New Year/Kuningan party at Dajuma!
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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 – a gastronomic dinner served under the stars and prepared by our kitchen brigade under the guidance of Paul, a young and talented French chef.
Just to tempt you, here is what was the menu:
Mouthing: Sweet corn, curry & coconut velouté topped on grilled vegetables
Starter: Fresh red snapper tartare with passion fruit seeds, avocado & bergamot cream
Seafood: Seared tuna in roasted sesame crust, crunchy vegetables in brunoise and pineapple sauce
Meat: Special roasted duck in Dajuma style
Dessert: Exotic fresh fruits & Christmas spices.
All this for only 245,000 Rp. Who says better?
Another unforgettable Dajuma experience! Merry Christmas!
Why don’t you join us for the New Year Eve. We are preparing another magic night with 3 orchestras, a live singer, dancing, fireworks and one more unique gastronomic dinner. Don’t forget to make a reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our “tiger team” at the front desk, always ready to welcome and help our guests during their stay wishes you a Merry Christmas!
From left to right Dyna, Assistant Marketing Manager, Astari, Front Desk Officer, Agus Front Desk Supervisor and Mira Front Desk Officer.
Dajuma family wishes you and your family a beautiful new year filled with peace, happyness and good health.
We look forward to seeing you again in 2017!
2016 has been a year full of challenges for Dajuma: after 2 years of intensive work, we opened our new Bendega villas on May 1st, increasing our capacity by 50% with now 35 rooms in total. In parallel we opened a new restaurant with a brand new menu composed of original and tasty dishes, we changed the decoration of most of our traditional cottages while accentuating the protection of our exceptional environment. By listening carefully the Voice of our Customers through outside reviews and our own satisfaction surveys we also improved the quality of our service without loosing the very specific link which exists since the beginning between our guests and our staff.
Nothing would have been possible without the support of our guests and partners. On this specific occasion we would like to thank them again and wish them and their families every happiness, success and good health throughout the New Year and beyond!
This year is particular in Bali as the the celebrations of Galungan and Christmas fall almost at the same time : 17th and 25th.
Perhaps a sign that religions are sometimes converging. In any case it makes sense for Bali to celebrate Christmas as there are a lot of christians around the island.
For the night of Christmas, Dajuma will drive its guests willing to participate in the Christmas mass to the nearby christian church. Then after this moment of praying, they will be offered a delicious dinner (Peking Duck!) with a live orchestra.