Villa Rental Bali

October 30, 2008





Bali Hotels Resorts real estate overview

The resent years tremendous growth in the Balinese villas rental market continues, with a large number of developments coming up chattering for this fast growing market. Tourism arrivals and villa rental growth was at a all time high 2007, so fare the figures for 2008 is up with another 24% in an average. The Bali real estate developer for villa rental market also sees a much wider spread in the market than before, whit virtually all markets wanting more and more villa rental. The obvious high value for money and the most inviting holiday experience a private villa rental can produce is something the market becomes more and more aware of. The privacy and space that private villa rental market offers compare to the traditional hotel market for almost same prices is hard to match. Now also more and more private rental villas structure them self with reasonable and good additional facilities with in F & B, spa and others, allowing same convenience as with in 5 star hotel premises. The villa rental market therefore not only grows its numbers in new markets, but also competes more and more with the 5 star hotels. With then also a higher number of these rental villas in central and wanted locations it is an easy choice for a already loyal Bali real estate markets as well as first time arrivals to Bali. Some of the up market rental villas now also offer full in house butler service taking care of any and all needs. Rental villa companies is now also creating more and more packages around their guests stay, making the villa rental business now also much more attractive to larger travel companies ensuring a even larger volume for the villa rental market and Bali property.

Japanese Restaurant in Bali

July 18, 2008



A small authentic Bali Japanese restaurant, styling its menu mostly on sushi and sashimi that tastes so unique and delicious you would be forgiven to get that sweet surrender feeling on each visit. This is no such fancy place of a fine dining concept neither does it stress on the interior décor. It’s simply a small eatery with great food, great taste and great value that would put any big names to shame. It serves only the real, the careful, the best from all other Japanese restaurants in Bali .

The owner Chef, Hideo Yamamoto started his career in INAGIKU in 1980s, Tokyo’s most prestigious high-end restaurant. He then moved to foreign countries and in the end. decided to settle down in Bali where he set up SUSHI BAR TEMPURA TSUKIJI TEI in Jl. Kartika Plaza (KUTA CENTER) & a couple of years back with a local partner. And just recently, they opened a second SUSHI BAR at Bali’s greatest commercial complex, the Discovery Mall (SOGO DEPARTMENT STORE KUTA) .with two new upcoming outlets scheduled in August by the name of: Sushi Bar Teppanyaki ‘’TSUKIJI TEI’’ at Bali Collection (SOGO DEPARTMENT STORE NUSA DUA) and Sushi bar Tempura ‘’TSUKIJI TEI’’ on jl:Danau Toba 7. Sanur

It doesn’t matter if you are not familiar with Japanese cuisine, at least you have the desire to try something delicious; then ‘Yamamoto food’ would be perfect. For gourmet lovers, SUSHI BAR is second to none to discover your own latent tastes. With indoor tatami-style and outdoor seating, you have a choice that suits your mood. Open for lunch and dinner, all the friendly staff will greet and serve you with their heart, or ‘kokoro’ as they say in Japanese. , styling its menu mostly on sushi and sashimi that tastes so unique and delicious you would be forgiven to get that sweet surrender feeling on each visit. This is no such fancy place of a fine dining concept neither does it stress on the interior décor. It’s simply a small eatery with great food, great taste and great value that would put any big names to shame. It serves only the real, the careful, the best from all other Japanese restaurants on Bali island.

The owner Chef, Hideo Yamamoto started his career in INAGIKU in 1980s, Tokyo’s most prestigious high-end restaurant. He then moved to foreign countries and in the end. decided to settle down in Bali where he set up SUSHI BAR TEMPURA TSUKIJI TEI in Jl. Kartika Plaza (KUTA CENTER) & a couple of years back with a local partner. And just recently, they opened a second SUSHI BAR at Bali’s greatest commercial complex, the Discovery Mall (SOGO DEPARTMENT STORE KUTA) .with two new upcoming outlets scheduled in August by the name of: Sushi Bar Teppanyaki ‘’TSUKIJI TEI’’ at Bali Collection (SOGO DEPARTMENT STORE NUSA DUA) and Sushi bar Tempura ‘’TSUKIJI TEI’’ on jl:Danau Toba 7. Sanur


It doesn’t matter if you are not familiar with Japanese cuisine, at least you have the desire to try something delicious; then ‘Yamamoto food’ would be perfect. For gourmet lovers, SUSHI BAR is second to none to discover your own latent tastes. With indoor tatami-style and outdoor seating, you have a choice that suits your mood. Open for lunch and dinner, all the friendly staff will greet and serve you with their heart, or ‘kokoro’ as they say in Japanese.

Joglo house Bali

January 20, 2008







Today i was in Uluwatu near to the oldest temples in Bali, Pura Uluwatu. Being a popular surfing spot for the very experienced, so i walk in the middle of nothing in the border of the cliff this Joglo a traditional house from java and i take some shot,enjoy the view.

The joglo roof is the most complex of all Indonesian house






House of Bali environment

January 04, 2008



TRADITIONAL BALINESE HOUSETraditional Balinese architecture has Javanese, Chinese, and South Indian elements, all laid over a strong ancient Indonesian/Polynesian base--the Balinese love to absorb, adopt, and adapt. The simple longhouses and terraced sanctuaries of the ancient pre-Hindu Balinese have become highly stylized hybrids of both Hindu and Chinese parentage.TRI ANGGATri angga means "three parts" ; high middle,and low and can be represented in the human body,bulding structures,town planning and the environment in wich the Balinese live amongst.The tri Angga of Bali as a wole place are divided as follow:the high-sacred mountains wichform a ridge from east to west through the center of the island,the middle-is where most of the Balinese live,the low-is the sea.
BALI LANDNatural forest area 18,1 % ,Protect forest area 963 km 2,rice field nearly 30 %,non irrigate field 30 % ,garden of cash crops such as coffe 17 % ,temperature average 29 degrees , in mountainous area 10 degrees .Wet season from November to March.The population of Bali is over 3 milion , with density of 522 people per km 2.Total area of Bali is 5,561 km 2.Bali is located betwen 8 and 9 degrees south of the equator,114.5 and 115.5 degrees of longitute east.
Geographically, Bali is the end of Asia: Wallace's line.
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