Where is Our Location
tanadewa is strategically located in Mumbul, giving you all the privacy you need to seek tranquillity for your mind, body and soul. Take in breathtaking views of Tanjong Benoa from the resort, and if you are adventurous and love water sports, it is just a 12-minute drive away. You will also be just 8 minutes away from thrilling your taste buds at the stunning stretch of seafood restaurants along Jimbaran Beach. Visit the mesmerising and secluded Nusa Dua Beach to enjoy the white sands and the crystal clear water, again only 8 minutes from your villa. Don’t forget to make a stop at Bali’s foremost tourist destination, the famous Kuta Beach, for its lively waves, downtown shopping and nightlife entertainment.
tanadewa provides a first class shuttle service for all our guests. Our own well-trained chauffeur is available 24/7 to pick up from the airport and extend a warm welcome in the form of gifts - fresh scented towel and a bottle of water – for each guest in the shuttle.
Other than the pick up and drop off service from and to the airport, our guests can choose to enjoy a scheduled shuttle service to take them to must-see destinations.
The UWRF, held annually in Ubud, Bali’s artistic and cultural heartland, has become South East Asia’s largest and most renowned cultural and literary festival.
In 2014 the UWRF will honour Saraswati, the Hindu patron goddess of learning, with the theme ‘Wisdom & Knowledge’.
Leading writers, thinkers, artists and performers from across Indonesia and all corners of the globe will come together over five 5 days of events to celebrate knowledge and the arts, education, wisdom and science. An innovative program of arts and music, panel discussions, workshops, literary lunches and dinners, book launches and much more will be revealed in mid-2014.
Ubud Writers & Readers Festival officially announced the names of the 15 emerging Indonesian writers who will be invited and sponsored to appear in the Festival on October 1-5, 2014 in Ubud, Bali.
The 15 writers were selected from a staggering 529 applicants who submitted their work to the committee, from 125 cities in 27 provinces.
The Festival is organized by Yayasan Mudra Swari Saraswati – a non-profit foundation started by Janet DeNeefe.
The 2014 Festival Program will be available online from August 2014. http://www.ubudwritersfestival.com/
1st – 5th October 2014
Hari Raya Saraswati, Saraswati day itself is celebrated by the Balinese people bringing offerings to their holy books and scrolls in their houses, while students celebrate it at school, usually in the morning, and the office-workers in their office. The philosophy of Saraswati day is that the most important thing for human life is knowledge.
October 4, 2014
Hari Raya Pagerwesi, Pagerwesi is the day when the Balinese strengthen their minds and souls against evil forces.
October 8, 2014