Hari Raya Kuningan is a Balinese Hindu holy day which is held ten days after Galungan, celebrating the victory of dharma (good) over adharma. It is believed that on Galungan day, the gods and deified ancestors descend to the world to give their blessings and that they return to their world on Kuningan at noon. Therefore the prayers on Kuningan are held before 12 pm.
If you are interested in the development of Balinese painting, you will have heard of Arie Smit (15 April 1916 – 23 March 2016). He was a Dutch-born artist who spent much of his long life in Bali, and was influential in the founding of the "Young Artist" school of painting in the early in 1960s.
A perfect way to taste lamb in a favorite Indonesian dish. Nasi goreng—fried rice—is a dish famous all over the Indonesian archipelago. It makes a hearty breakfast, a good choice for lunch, and great value for dinner.
The swimming pool is the perfect escape in tropical Bali — great for exercise, of course, but also excellent for just relaxing. How pleasant it is to linger in the water and order a refreshing cocktail from the pool bar. But how about something to eat? Now, Komaneka at Bisma lets you a hearty snack right by the poolside.
Who doesn't like dreaming about a marvelous wedding? Many people, when they start planning their wedding, dream of a splendid wedding gown, a beautiful venue to exchange their sacred wedding vows, and perfection in everything.