Welcome to the latest edition Menjangan Dynasty Resort’s e-newsletter!
Even though the festive season is now over, we hope that you still have plenty of energy to welcome the Balinese New Year, which is a one-of-a-kind occasion.
Celebrate Bali’s annual Silent Day next month at Menjangan Dynasty Resort by taking advantage of our extra special deal. Find out more below
Have you made plans for Valentine’s Day yet? Don’t miss the chance to enjoy a romantic break at Menjangan Dynasty Resort with your loved one. We’ve prepared some fabulous inclusions for a memorable glamping getaway.
Come along to Pasir Putih Beach Club to taste our new food and beverage promos. You are also invited to take pleasure in an array of privileges as part of our exclusive day pass deal.
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Celebrate Silent Day in Pure Serenity
For a New Year celebration with a real difference, check out how the Balinese honour this annual tradition!
This year, the Balinese will celebrate Nyepi, also referred to as Silent Day or Nyepi on 7th March 2019. This auspicious occasion always falls on the day following the dark moon of the spring equinox and it is really quite unique in that the entire island of Bali literally shuts down for 24 hours.
If you are planning to experience Silent Day at Menjangan Dynasty Resort, we have created the perfect getaway package for stays from 6th to 8th March 2019. This exceptional offer includes accommodation for 2 nights in a Beach Camp Tent inclusive of breakfast, one time 2-course dinner for 2 people, one time 60 minutes massage for 2 people, daily afternoon tea, one bottle of wine upon arrival and free use of the exercise room during your stay. It is available for only IDR 4.330.000 net.
Visitors to Pasir Putih Beach Club can now savour Chef Maleachi’s delicious take on Taglietelly. This flavourful pasta dish comes with Balinese pesto, mushroom, and a prawn skewer topped with ginger sauce.
Priced at only IDR 165K nett per portion, it is available for lunch and dinner.
Our creative bartenders at Pasir Putih Beach Club also invite you to try their newly crafted cocktail called Rum Runner. Made from Grand Marnier, coconut liqueur, banana liqueur, dark rum, pineapple juice, orange juice and lime, this exotic blend is priced at just IDR 150K nett/ glass.
Nyepi is one of the most significant events on the Indonesian calendar and it should top your list of things to experience in Bali in 2019. Nyepi is the first day of the Saka New Year and is a vivid celebration of traditions, spirituality and rebirth. This annual event sees entire communities come together to welcome in the New Year. On the eve of Nyepi, the Balinese people take to their local temple for quiet prayers, warning away any negative spirits for the year ahead. At around 7pm villages become filled with colourful papier-mâché models known as Ogoh-Ogoh. These bright and frightful puppets represent omens and are paraded through streets across Bali to celebrate their departure. The next morning, Bali welcomes the Day of Silence. All activity on the island comes to a complete stand-still. Visitors are expected to stay indoors and respect this sacred tradition.
If you are a Chinese temple enthusiast, visit Lin Gwan Kiong Temple to feed your curiosity. This old Chinese temple, dominantly painted in red, takes only a 15-minute drive from Lovina Beach to reach. The “klenteng” (the local name for Chinese Buddhist temple) has a historical connection to the Chinese dynasty of Ching. The small gardens surrounded by mural walls are captivating and so are the carved gates. Gwan Kiong Temple is located at Jalan Erlangga No.65, Kampung Bugis, Buleleng. Put it on your list for whenever you are in the northern part of Bali.
Absolutely beautiful setting. The infinity pool was a little slice of heaven. Our tent room was beyond fun. The staff couldn’t have been any better or friendlier. We enjoyed the food very much and one night had some fish for dinner that was beyond delicious! Well worth going a little out of your way for! JeffnLiz V, USA
This is a part of Bali that we were looking for. We drove from Umalas along the coast and were greeted at the resort with welcoming smiles, super fast check-in and a lovely tented room. We couldn't believe how peaceful it was. The design is simple and neutral - similar to properties we've stayed at in Mozambique: open air, natural palette, no unnecessary detailing, very comfortable. We categorise Menjangan Dynasty Resort in the middle-up to exclusive resort and very approachable. It's well-priced, on compact grounds, well-designed and without unnecessary frills. There are so many good things to say about the stay: the staff were very friendly and informed, the food was good, the activities were diverse (SUP, kayaking, snorkelling, day trips etc), the room is gorgeous, the view is incredible. We stayed two days, one night. It felt like a week, we were so instantly relaxed. A great place for a couple to visit - the quietness is perfect for passing the day on the beach, reading at the poolside, doing water activities. Overall, an excellent stay. Highly recommended! Clee Browne, CHINA