There is one thing our staff loves above all, it is to create the surprise to our guests by decorating the bedroom on the occasion of specific celebrations such as anniversaries. This is particularly the case for honeymooners who are always amazed, when opening the door of their room, to find on their bed a lot of beautifully arranged flowers creating a very romantic atmosphere where colors and scents enchant their senses. On the picture Agus has just finished one of them. Hopefully our young honeymooners Deborah and Markus from Switzerland will like it!
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Another beautiful tradition in Dajuma consists in sophisticated floral decorations which are prepared by all the staff on the occasion of specific events such as anniversaries, honey moons, romantic dinners, wedding ceremonies and Balinese shows on stage.
Most of the staff on duty participates in the preparation of these nice decorations. Here on the picture, is Suadewi, one of our kitchen supervisors, who knows as well how to assemble beautiful floral compositions and prepare savorous dishes!
Dajuma welcomes every year many honeymooners and other guests celebrating specific events. One must say that the location as well as the garden of the resort are particularly suited for celebrations : nice rooms delicately decorated with flowers, romantic dinners in the garden or on the beach and a lot of attention of our staff, all this creates a warm atmosphere around the guests who celebrate their honeymoon or another important anniversary. On the picture, a nice decoration made of natural flowers gently disposed on the bed awaits honeymooners in their room. You should try!
One of the most fascinating tradition in Bali is the preparation of decorative arrangements, generally made from flowers, bamboo and palm leaves. Everybody in a Balinese family is skilled enough to invent these decorations sometimes very complex. They are used as offerings to the Gods and decoration in the temples and houses.
Dajuma staff does not escape this beautiful tradition. Every day, our staff collects flowers in the garden and prepares nice floral decorations which enchants our guests, especially honeymooners!
Here on the picture, Setha from Germany made this beautiful decoration, trained by Erly our HR Manager.
The traditional Balinese rice barn is emblematic of the Island of Gods. Tourists who are visiting Bali for the first time are always impressed by this small hut, well planted on its 6 pillars, so beautiful with its thatched roof amidst the rice paddies. The farmers are used to store their rice crop in it, well protected against rats and other rodents. Dajuma recently renovated its rice barns with a new thatched roof on the top but, at the difference with local farmers, they are not used for storing the rice but for offering the most exotic and romantic stay to honeymooners. Young kids also love sleeping in it with the feeling to be like Robinson Crusoe. Try it: we are sure you will adopt it!