In recent years, Indonesian government pays more attention in some disasters that occurred in Indonesia. Some ways has been being done by the government. Verification of Disaster Preparedness has been doing by the government as one of the ways to be ready for the disasters. Bali Garden Beach Resort was also had turn to be verified on November 2016. The result was Gold Certificate for the Verification of Disaster Preparedness. The second way was the government set the date of Disaster preparedness on 26th April 2017 which was the first National Disaster Preparedness Day in Indonesia. Continue reading


Impressions of some of Bali’s most important archaeological sites, the 11th century Gunung Kawi temple in Tampaksiring, and the stone reliefs at Yeh Pulu in Bedulu, along with dramatic landscapes depictions from remote East Bali, went on display at the Bali Artists Camp 2016 Exhibition.

Open from April 8 at the Made Budhiana Gallery, Ubud, featuring more than 30 paintings, sketches, and installations by local and foreign artists, the exhibition marks the fifth year of Bali and Eastern Indonesia’s engagement with the Northern Territory of Australia.


An art and cultural engagement initiative that began in 2012, the Bali Artists Camp’s vision evolves around engagement with the landscape, nature and the rich Balinese culture. The event brings together artists from Bali and Indonesia, with their counterparts from Australia, and other foreign countries, to visit inspiring sites throughout Bali, to work on location in a visual art and cross-cultural exchange exercise.

The fruits of the 2016 Artists’ Camp, themed engagement with monumental Bali, produced on separate occasions in May, June, July and September 2016 (collectively a period of seven weeks), will be displayed until May 22, 2017. The vibrant collection includes works by renowned Balinese artist Made Budhiana, along with Made Sudibia and Gede Gunada also from Bali, and paintings by Freddy Sitorus, born in South Sulawesi, and East Javanese painter Nanik Suryani.

The foreign artists’ contributions reflect different artistic approaches and backgrounds. Japanese artist Rie Manadala’s offerings are delicate works in ink on paper. Well-known Australian artist Michael Downs’ compositions have both surreal and abstract sensibilities, fellow countryman Ivor Cole prefers to works in oil, in his realism paintings, while Australian Mary Lou Pavlovic’s presentations are forged from an array of media, including timber and plastic, with the addition of paint and other decorative media.

Ivor Cole said of his experience, “the cultural divide between the artists is quickly wiped away. There is no separation, we are here to absorb and translate the best we can through the visual image, the emotional, spiritual state of this place and this time.”

“The Northern Territory – Indonesia relationship has a long history of trade and cultural exchange,” said Michael Gunner, the chief minister of the Northern Territory, who is one of the co-sponsors of the event.


For many countries around the world, the second Sunday in May is a day we dedicate to Mums. It’s important to remember that maternal figures in our lives might not only be our biological mothers, but also step mums, foster mums, adoptive mums, grandmas, aunts, big sisters, teachers, or even friends who have become role models. Whatever the form of your special Ibu, Sunday May 14th is the day to show her just how much she means to you.


Renowned for their Sunday evening dinners, The Smokehouse at Bistro C is carving up some succulent serves of their famous roasts for lunch as well as dinner this Mothers Day and there’s even a free glass of bubbles in it for mum too! Continue reading


This month, Bali Garden Beach Resort celebrated the birthday of all the staffs within the quarter (Jan – Mar).

We also took the opportunity to acknowledge one of our staff, (name) from Kori Lounge, as the Staff of the Quarter. We gathered, we sang, we ate and we gained new spirit to serve better as one big happy family, the Bali Garden Family.




Join us on the grounds of The Garden Early Learning Centre for a wonderful Easter Fun Day family picnic on Sunday 16th April from 4pm.
There will be lots of fun and exciting activities for little sprouts such as:
– The Great Garden Easter Egg Hunt
– Face painting
– Easter craft activities and more
Sprout’s delicious food and beverage stands will offer a variety of tasty creations perfect for a Sunday family picnic, including our very popular artisan-style hot cross buns.

Ticket information:
Adults : FREE
Children : IDR 50,000 (under 1 years free entry)
Event contact :

Event Details
Event Name : Easter Fun Day
Date : Sun, 16 Apr 2017
Venue Name : The Garden Early Learning Centre, Jalan Raya Semat 18A, Canggu
Ticket : IDR 50,000 for children. Adults and under 1 years free entry

Annual Members Day Golf Tournament 2017


New Kuta Golf presents:

Annual Members Day Golf Tournament 2017

For members only.

Saturday, 22nd April 2017 at 12:30 pm

Tournament fee: IDR 325.000
Rate includes: cart fee, caddy fee, lucky draw prizes, dinner, player’s insurance & tax.

For more information & registration:
+62 361 8481 333
Whatsapp / sms 081945112232

More information :

Event Details

Event Name : Annual Members Day Golf Tournament 2017

Date : Sat, 22 Apr 2017

Venue Name : New Kuta Golf, Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort – Jimbaran

Ticket : IDR 325,000



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The Ubud Food Festival (UFF) returns to Central Bali on 12- 14 May 2017 with a new theme of “Every Flavor is a Story” reflecting the rich cultural stories behind the many culinary traditions found across the Indonesian Republic.


Janet DeNeefe, the Founder and Director of UFF explained “every flavor is a story” is a theme that celebrates Indonesia’s rich culinary heritage where very dish, recipe and tradition have its own story and unique historical, geographical and cultural nuances.


As in years past, the UFF will offer unrivaled Indonesian culinary adventures over the three days of Festival. In keeping with its reputation as Indonesia’s biggest culinary festival, UFF is inviting iconic representatives to appear and share their insights and kitchen secrets.

Visitors will also be able to join forums, cooking demonstrations, workshops, special events, food markets, musical performances and film showings.


International cooking celebrities expected at UFF are Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones the inspirational leaders of the Bo.Ian Restaurant in Bangkok – now ranked among the 50 best restaurants in Asia by S. Pellegrino & Acqua Panna. A lot more popular chefs will participate on this event to be sure not to miss this.


For more details check out their website at:


For your seafood lovers out there, we offer you the best value of our fresh seafood plate. With only Rp 175,000++ you will get fresh water fish, baby octopus, prawn and grilled clam with our special homemade barbeque sauce, served with steamed rice and completed with Balinese Sambal Matah.


Warung Damar

Jalan Kartika – Bali Garden Beach Resort