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Buto Ijo and the Legend of Petitenget

The Dances of Bali | Nov 18, 2018

On the 14th of September, when the big yellow sun was slowly crawling down the western sky, the opening of Petitenget Festival was held at Petitenget Beach. The festival, involving almost all member of the community of Kerobokan Village, was the first festival conducted in the area. Hundreds of people filled the beach from noon […]

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Treasure of The Ocean

Indulge | Aug 27, 2018

Among the many ocean riches that have been popularly known for their immaculate beauty are pearls. Throughout history pearls have always been fascinating as treasures of myth and legend. Long known as the queen of gems, pearls possess a history and allure far beyond what today’s wearer may appreciate. Throughout much of recorded history, a […]

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Atlas Pearls: Treasures of the Ocean

Shopping | Aug 23, 2018

Among the many ocean riches that have been popularly known for their immaculate beauty are pearls. Throughout history pearls have always been fascinating as treasures of myth and legend. Long known as the queen of gems, pearls possess a history and allure far beyond what today’s wearer may appreciate. Throughout much of recorded history, a […]

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Sendratari : Balinese Art, Theatre and Dance Rolled into One

The Dances of Bali | Jul 23, 2018

In Bali, we also have musical dramas, a combination of dance and theatrical performance that also contains dialog in the Balinese language. The performance is called Sendratari, which is actually an abbreviation of Seni, Drama and Tari which translates to English as “art, theater and dance”. Sendratari is an all Balinese favorite. It is both […]

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