WARM WELCOME FROM OUR SENIOR BREAKFAST STAFFS

Re-introducing our Senior breakfast staff led by Desak Ariani with Darmi, Ratniti, Wati and Citra. Having enjoyed many years working at Bali Gardens they will be known by many for their service with a smile at breakfast. You will meet them every morning at the Coffee Shop for breakfast between 06.30am – 10.00am. Be sure to greet them as they will be sure to know you. They have also passed on their experience and knowledge to our newer staff members at breakfast who will also greet you with their beautiful Balinese smiles and friendly service Continue reading

BOARDWALK 12th ANNIVERSARY

One of our Restaurants, Boardwalk Restaurant just celebrated their 12th Fabulous Anniversary on the 24th November 2019! More than 85 people joined the celebration including all the Boardwalk staff and Bali Garden GM and FB GM and invitees.

The celebration was started early in the morning at 6am with Zumba to warm everybody up followed by fun games, staff performance competition, brunch and door prizes. The staff performance competitions were a surprising highlight where the staff gives all their best energy and creativity involving months of practicing There were 5 performances in total which are dance performances from the waitresses, from all the bartenders, then kitchen team, drama musical from Hostess/beach bar girls/ cashiers. Congratulations Boardwalk Team! Continue reading

Mama Jean is a lady who love’s to teach Swimming and Surf Life Saving

Jean Burling is her name and to us she is affectionately known as “Mama Jean”. She has been traveling to Bali since 1979 and taught swimming and surf life saving skills throughout Indonesia for over 25 years. Mama Jean first came to Bali Garden in early 2000.
Since 2016 she began teaching Agus (Front Desk Supervisor) and the security team in swimming and continues to do so every time she comes back to Bali. Mama Jean is hoping that all the staff can join in the swimming lessons, because for her “swimming is very important, as we live on an Island surrounded by the water” Continue reading

ANGGA – THE NEW BELL BOY STAFF


Introducing Angga, our new team member as Bell Boy at Front Office Department. He was a member of the Housekeeping Department from 2014 and has recently been promoted. He is young and energetic team member welcoming every guest with his warm smile. We welcome Angga to our friendly front office team who look forward to doing all possible to ensure you have a wonderful stay Continue reading

ANNIVERSARY SURPRISE

It was great to have the chance to surprise 2 of our loyal return guests Lydia & Werner Maes (above) & Judy & Ray Baker (below) who were each celebrating their wedding anniversary.. We greatly appreciate that you always choose Bali Garden for your holiday resort and we are pleased that you choose to celebrate with us. We look forward to your next visit.

Please feel free to contact us directly if you need any further assistance for your next booking. We do hope we have opportunity of welcoming you all back again and again ♥️😊

International Coastal Cleanup

September 21st, 2019

Harnessing the Power of People to Fight Ocean Trash

The International Coastal Cleanup began more than 30 years ago, when communities rallied together with the common goal of collecting and documenting the trash littering their coastline. The movement was catalyzed by the passion and spirit of two committed individuals. Back in 1986, Linda Maraniss moved to Texas from Washington, DC, where she had been working for Ocean Conservancy. She’d been inspired by the work her Ocean Conservancy colleague Kathy O’Hara was doing on a groundbreaking report called Plastics in the Ocean: More than a Litter Problem that would be published the next year.

Linda and Kathy reached out to the Texas General Land Office, local businesses and other dedicated ocean-lovers, and planned what would become Ocean Conservancy’s first Cleanup. They asked volunteers to go beyond picking up trash and record each item collected on a standardized data card in order to identify ways to eliminate ocean trash in the future.

The Cleanup has grown immensely in the 30 years since Linda and Kathy’s first Cleanup. Volunteers from states and territories throughout the U.S. and more than 100 countries come together each year and participate in a Cleanup event near them.

Bali Garden Beach Resort will join this event that held on 21 September 2019 start from 07.00 – onwards along to the Kuta beach until German Beach. Many hotels in Bali also participated in this annual event that will held on the beach close with their hotel.

You can release baby turtles!

Bali Sea Turtle Society (BSTS) is an organisation, run by local Indonesians for the conservation of endangered sea turtles. We work across the entire island of Bali with locals in different regions to protect sea turtles.

At the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Centre our mission is to protect nesting sea turtles and their eggs to increase hatching and release rates. We also aim to educate people about sea turtle protection, including the protection of natural habitats. Continue reading

WE SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE

Bali Garden Beach Resort always strives to improve our guest experiences in terms of communication and interaction with our guests. We are pleased to announce that: “We speak your language!” Our new tablet App is available at the Front Desk to help us speak your language such as Chinese, German, Dutch, Bahasa and many more languages. This goes both ways, so guests can be more comfortable in communicating their inquiries

MAYBANK MARATHON BALI 2019

8 September 2019.
The ultimate running and vacation experience in Indonesia.linktr.ee/MaybankMarathon

https://www.facebook.com/BaliMarathon/

Start Time : 5.00 a.m.
Number of Places : 2,100

As well as the Bali Marathon, other races taking place are the Bali Half Marathon and 10K.

Bali Marathon Route
The race begins and ends in front of the Bali Taman Safari and Marine Park in Gianyar. From there runners pass through the stunning scenery that is picturesque Balinese countryside and traditional villages. Along the route there will be marshals in traditional Balinese dress and orchestras, providing a very unique atmosphere. Continue reading