The traditional Balinese buildings follow a feng shui system and has been intricately carved from sandstone and wood.
The 3 main traditional buildings that are usually used for ceremony are:
The family Temple, Bale daja (Balinese Suite) and the bale dangin – an open building at the centre of the compound that is used in Balinese family ceremonies for death, marriages and baby blessings.
The Homestays accommodation
In the main compound grounds is the Bale Daje or Balinese Suite located beside the family temple. In the old days they used this for the bride and groom during marriage process, so you could call it our honeymoon suite!
There are 8 rooms in total located in the family compound grounds.
One on the ground floor, the Balinese suite, three on the second floor and four other rooms on the top level. Each room is named after the most popular flowers in Bali and most commonly used flowers in Balinese offerings.
From the top floor rooms of the homestay you can see the sacred mountains to the west of Bali. The sunrises and sunsets are exquisite! On clear early mornings on the top floor you will be able to see Mount Agung.
Additionally on the property we have 2 villas across the river located at the back of the homestay. One is a traditional Balinese building and the other is a traditional Javanese house which is called a Joglo. Inside 2 villas are traditional Javanese and Balinese carving and furniture, a small kitchen and en-suite bathroom.
There are 3 additional rooms apart from the Homestay, Retreat Centre, and our 2 Villas. These 3 rooms are located close by the Retreat Centre.
Underneath our 2 yoga shala's we have the Riverside Suite with a grand Balinese wood carved King bed, the Superior twin share and the Bidadari room with a double four posted bed located just down by the Retreat Centre.
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