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Family house temple ceremony Bali

Family house temple ceremony in Tarukan Mas ubud bali. Angel House A little rain doesn't dampen a good ceremony in our community of Mas Ubud! Indeed, rain is considered auspicious as it is Rain from the Gods and is thus blessed 🙂 or air (water) tirta (blessed. The...

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Balinese Temple Lingo :)

Balinese Temple Lingo 🙂

Bali's Hindu Temples Talk to someone for any length of time about life in Bali and it won’t be long before one of its 11,000 Hindu temples will have been name-dropped. Which can hardly come as a surprise in a country where every village is required by ADAT (customary...

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Balinese cooking; fun experience for everyone :)

Balinese cooking; fun experience for everyone 🙂

Balinese cooking classes have become increasingly popular with our guests. Not only do you get to experience a traditional market tour, you also learn how to prepare many Balinese and Indonesian specialities in a traditional Balinese kitchen (Paon). Balinese cooking...

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Welcome to the village of Mas Tarukan, Ubud Bali

Mas, Tarukan  was declared a 'Designated Tourist Village' in 2014 with a halt put on any large scale hotel, villa or any building that would destroy the unique characteristics and style of Balinese village life. Tourists who want to experience traditional Balinese...

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Free Visa to Indonesia and Bali for Australians !

Free Visa to Indonesia and Bali for Australians !

It is now official! Free Visa! Australian citizens travelling to Bali and Indonesia are now able to enter for free 🙂 This was a long time coming but here it is and, as long as you are only in Indonesia for 30 days, entry is free, effective from 20th March 2016!...

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In House Massage? YES Please 🙂

We now are able to offer guests a range of in-room treatments from massage, pedicure, manicure or a creme facial. Take advantage of not having to leave home to feel pampered by our fully trained masseuse!

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Odalan at Pura Bedji Mas (Temple birthday celebration)

Hindus in Bali,  celebrate the birthday of their local temple every 210 days. Odalans commemorate the anniversary of a temple's consecration. Because the Balinese Pawukon calendar is 210 days long, this happens roughly every seven months according to the Gregorian...

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