‘Apa Khabar’ in Bahasa Indonesia means ‘How Are You’ in English. This greeting is used in most of daily conversations and a first greeting to be learned by foreigners upon the arrivals
HIGHLIGHT on Lifestyle: Holiday with a lifestyle. Keramas Beach is a beautiful black sandy beach. A Surfing Spots located east side of Denpasar town featured by the great and powerful wave. Just in front of Keramas Beach Set on the lush and unspoiled East Coast of Bali, is blessed with a hypnotizing view of the world famous Keramas surf break. … With its pristine volcanic beach, this Villa beach front offers a wonderful Bali features a relaxed atmosphere with two outdoor pools.
The three BedRooms capacity is a perfect secret place for long term stay or holiday to start with views surrounded by lush gardens, this tropical-chic beachfront private villa is 7 km from Bali Safari and Marine Park. …more
Villa Clarashiva is an artistic newly renovated Javanese antique bungalows, located in a heart of Seminyak area.
Superb location within few minutes walking distance to Bali Deli Super market, Prana Spa,The Villas, Warung Italy and the famous Made’s Warung Seminyak, also the hip shopping street of Seminyak Raya. Easy access to sunset road, 30 minutes from Ngurah Rai international airport.
Bali Kids Fest 2013 beachwalk Shopping Center – Kuta Bali Menghadirkan berbagai kegiatan untuk anak-anak dengan tema besar Bali Kids Fest 2013. Bali Kids Fest 2013 didedikasikan untuk merayakan “quality time” bersama keluarga di beachwalk Shopping center.
Semua kegiatan yang diadakan sejak 2 November – 7 Desember 2013 ini melibatkan anak-anak dan orang tua dalam berbagai kegiatan menarik.Halloween Spooktakular membuka rangkaian kegiatan Bali Kids Fest 2013, diadakanpada 2 November 2013, mulaipukul 4 sore hingga 7 malam di Kids Area beachwalk lantai 3.
The Ubud Village Jazz Festival, as part of their community commitment, will be flying the eco-friendly banner by only using LED lighting, home-made torches, bicycles for musicians to ride to and from venues, recycling bins and a no-plastic bags policy. Tree-planting will be a planned daytime activity.
Up to 100 renowned international and Indonesian jazz musicians will converge on the hillside town of Ubud, 9 and 10 August, to appear in the inaugural Ubud Village Jazz Festival.
The Ubud Village Jazz Festival is a Bali-based initiative. “The event is run by those who wish to offer something to Bali but not solely for commercial purposes. We see it as a meaningful way to align the creative industries and tourism in an ongoing sustainable way “, said Anom Darsana.
When: 9 & 10 August 2013
Venue: Arma Museum Ubud Village Bali
Yoga for kids is a great way for children to develop important skills in a fun, healthy, non-competitive environment. Even at a young age, children often feel pressure at school academically and socially, plus the added pressure of competitive organized sports.
It is easy for girls and boys to become overly self-critical, and lose confidence in themselves, as they grow and change. Yoga is a great remedy; there is no judgment in a yoga class about how a child does a pose or plays a game.
Doing a pose ‘perfectly’ is not the aim of yoga – The aim is to nurture a child’s inner strength and self acceptance. This nourishing atmosphere encourages children to relax and have fun while they develop not only strength, coordination, flexibility and balance, but also body awareness, better focus and concentration, and self confidence.
The Supply Chain Management (SCM) field covers the planning, execution, and control of strategic, tactical, and operational decisions involved in the movement of materials, services, resources, and information among and within organizations.
Demand for SCM graduates has grown significantly in recent years and faculty salaries in the area are highly competitive. Mark your calendar.
The Kecak Recital Dance is a window into the musical and artistic culture that make the Balinese a special to everyone’s heart. A wondrous experience and a must to any visitor to Bali.
Waving hands in the air to simulate fire and reposition themselves around the stage to represent Rhythm of a chanting ‘monkey’ chorus, wind and fire, no musical accompaniment and unseen hand of protection from the Gods. These polyrhythmic sound of the chanting provides the name ‘Ke-chak’.