Welcome to the latest edition of Menjangan Dynasty Resort’s E-newsletter!
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As a local folk art and cultural event, the Pasraja Festival pays tribute to Balinese ancestors and the artistic traditional of a bygone era. It promotes community spirit and encourages the next generation of aspiring artists to remember their roots.
ACI - ACI Subak / 1st July 2020
Unique to Sudaji village, this traditional ritual symbolically honours local agricultural produce such as bananas, coconuts, yams, fruits and various handicrafts that are signature to the area.
Ngrebeg Tradition / 6th July 2020
Ngrebeg is a traditional ritual in Sudaji village that involves a barong being paraded through the streets from temple to temple at dusk accompanied by gamelan music.
Bukakak Tradition / 7th July 2020
Ngusaba Bukakak is a gratitude ritual where by the people of Sudaji village express their appreciation to Ida Sang hyang Widhi Wasa / Goddess of Fertility for her blessing of a bountiful harvest.
Buleleng Festival / 2nd – 6th August 2020
This colourful event highlights performing arts, particularly the traditional dances,that are related to the rich cultural heritage of Buleleng.
Buleleng Fesrida / 26th – 29th August 2020
Preserving the artistic and cultural heritage of Buleleng is the foundation of this event. It involves as mass performance of the Pendet dance by young girls from the Seririt sub-district.
Buleleng Aset / 18th – 21st September 2020
The aim of this event is to build community spirit within the various villages of Buleleng. It encourages the younger generation to take pride in where they come from through dance, music and other cultural traditions. Sustainable tourism practices in the area will also eventually lead to more employment opportunities.
Lovina Festival / 27th – 30th September 2020
The Lovina Festival is a community event devoted to welcoming yachts, seafaring vessels and other explorers of Bali’s northern coastline. All festival activities arecentred on the seashore around Kalibukbuk and Kaliasem villages.
Buleleng Mekorot Festival / 28th – 29th September 2020
The Buleleng Mekorot Festival is a kite-fighting event that dominates the skies of North Bali. The mekorot is a battle of agility with kite owners on the ground trying to out-manoeuvre and cut off their opponents. It is a cultural traditional that takes advantage of the Bali’s seasonal winds.
Pemuteran Bay Festival / 3rd – 6th October 2020
Pemuteran Coastal Village strives to be recognized as a model for Community Based Village Eco-tourism. This festival focuses on land, sea and cultural conservation.
Buleleng Bali Dive Festival / 21st -26th November 2020
This event aims to promote Buleleng as one of Bali’s best dive destinations, while also promoting community awareness about the importance of preserving coral reefs. It promises to be a lively week filled with art and cultural activities in the Teja kula and Buleleng areas.
Desa Pejarakan - Gerokgak, Buleleng, North West Bali