Book and Stay – Casa Mateo Early Bird 2018

August 1, 2017 Leave a comment

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We have special Early Bird Promotion for period stay: 15th January – 30th June 2018

Booking period: Immediately – 28th February 2018

Enjoy our Rate:
Low Season Rate: US$ 850.00 net/night
High Season Rate: US$ 1,050.00 net/night
Minimum stay for 5 Nights

Booking Period: During period of March 2018

Enjoy our Rate:
Low Season Rate: US$ 875.00 net/night
High Season Rate: US$ 1,100.00 net/night
Minimum stay for 5 Nights


Inclusive:
All inclusive 5BR villa with private pools & Sauna for 10 persons
Daily housekeeping and professional chef
A refreshing welcome drink and canapé on arrival
Return airport pick up& drop
Free Wi-fi

Complimentary:
Daily breakfast
1x 30 minutes Massage per person (Max 10)
1x Asian BBQ Dinner (Max 10)
Afternoon Tea

SEASON:
Low season period: 6th January to 30th June (Excluding Easter) and September 16 to December 19.
High season period: 30th March to 6th April (Easter Period) and 1 to 31 July and September 15.
Peak season period: 1 to 30 August and December 20 to 6 January (Christmas and New Year).

Please contact  us at info@balicasa.net for more detail information

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BALINESE WEDDING | NGANTEN CEREMONY

September 15, 2017 Leave a comment

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Balinese Wedding (Nganten) ceremony is belonging to the last Manusia Yadnya ceremony that most Balinese are likely to experience is that of marriage, Pawiwahan, less formally called Nganten. The most common form of marriage in Bali is elopement “Ngerorod or Melaib. The man and women arrange to meet somewhere out of sight of the girl’s parents and spend the night together at a friend’s house, with sufficient publicity that people find out what is going on.

Under these circumstances the girls can not return to her parents and resume her normal life. In almost all cases the girl’s parents are not in the least surprised. They pretend to be outraged at the impoliteness of the boy and his family for plotting the downfall of their daughter. But usually the whole thing is planned to avoid the very expensive ceremonies that would have to have been put on had the couple been married by the mutual consent of the two families.

This “arranged” sort of wedding is called Memadik, and it is expensive because of the large ceremonies and offering involved. An elopement usually requires only modest ceremonies. The morning after the event a local Pemangku performs a simple ceremony called makala-kalaan, which is something like a small civil wedding in the west. It is a very private affair, and the couple wears only the simplest of traditional Balinese clothes.

They are now legally married. Normally, however, the family of the boy puts on a more elaborate and formal wedding ceremony in which everyone dresses up in traditional Balinese clothing and a Balian or Pemangku presides. This ceremony is not as important as the private one, and is devoted mostly to purification. But it does involve a mandatory offering called “Jerimpen tegeh”. The name means different things in different part of Bali.

The boy’s family generally has a reception for friends of the couple who were not invited to the traditional ceremony. The reception is strictly western style. Everyone wears ordinary clothes, there is socializing and good fun, presents are brought by the guests, and buffet dinner is served. The family of the girl in not invited to either of these ceremonies-of course they are mad at the boy for stealing their daughter.

Three days after the wedding the family of the boy visits the family of the girl, at whose house the Ketipat Bantal ceremony is performed. At this ceremony, the two families “make up”. The general philosophy of a Balinese wedding ceremony is not much different from that of one held in the west. The priest or Balian in charge asks Ida Sang Hyang Widhi to witness the union of the couple.

Have a great weekend everyone

September 9, 2017 Leave a comment

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Have a Nice Weekend

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Casa Mateo – Last Deal Promo 2017

September 1, 2017 Leave a comment

CM_Main Building_Pic 2You have plan to Bali with big group or Family??? We are still available for 5 BR villa rental Casa Mateo Seminyak:
date available:
7 – 16 September 2017 with special rate US$ 900 net/night
7 -19 October 2017 with special rate US$ 825 net/night
29 Nov – 19 December 2017 with special rate US$ 825 net/night
All rate include daily breakfast, airport transfer, tax & service, free Wifi, chef in charge, and daily housekeeping staff.

Please contact us info@balicasa.net for further detail

Regards,
Casa Mateo Management

Canang Sari

August 29, 2017 Leave a comment

Canang sari often used by people of Bali to worship in any place. Canang sari is the principal component in the making of offerings. Made from a wide range of interest, with varying colors and interesting shapes.

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When viewed from the exterior, visible only canang sari composed of a series of relationship and leaves a circular or box shaped, with a slight fragrance. However, if the surgery is in, canang sari actually composed of various materials. The materials that make up a canang sari have meaning in every part.

The materials forming the essence cymbals consist of leaves, flowers, lime, fragrance, and stick. If ordinary people who see only canang sari menila in terms of appearance alone. But if the people of Bali who have had a good understanding of the spiritual, then every canang sari will be assessed based on the completeness of the materials used, not only the outer appearance alone.

All offerings are made ​​and intended for worship must be gnashing canang sari. Without canang sari each offering not have any meaning, it has no meaning whatsoever, and will not function optimally meaningful.

Every time people making canang sari, they will make it very much. Perhaps more than ten. Used for more than one place offerings. Not only for the gods, also for ancestral spirits, evil spirits and good spirits. All life is given to maintaining harmony between humans, gods, and ancestral spirits.

Once created, canang sari usually stacked on a large baking sheet. Stacked and arranged so as not to fall and easy to carry for the offerings to the gods, ancestral spirits, and demons.

Canang sari very easy to obtain, can be purchased in traditional markets across the region in Bali. Make canang sari and selling it is an economic activity. Canang sari first made ​​independently, but now can be obtained in the market with some money. In fact there are some people who are willing to make canang sari based orders.

Happy Monday & Happy Working :) Start your day with smile..

August 28, 2017 Leave a comment

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Book and Stay – Casa Mateo Early Bird 2018

August 24, 2017 Leave a comment

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We have special Early Bird Promotion for period stay: 15th January – 30th June 2018

Booking period: Immediately – 28th February 2018

Enjoy our Rate:
Low Season Rate: US$ 850.00 net/night
High Season Rate: US$ 1,050.00 net/night
Minimum stay for 5 Nights

Booking Period: During period of March 2018

Enjoy our Rate:
Low Season Rate: US$ 875.00 net/night
High Season Rate: US$ 1,100.00 net/night
Minimum stay for 5 Nights


Inclusive:
All inclusive 5BR villa with private pools & Sauna for 10 persons
Daily housekeeping and professional chef
A refreshing welcome drink and canapé on arrival
Return airport pick up& drop
Free Wi-fi

Complimentary:
Daily breakfast
1x 30 minutes Massage per person (Max 10)
1x Set Menu Dinner (Max 10)
Afternoon Tea

SEASON:
Low season period: 6th January to 30th June (Excluding Easter) and September 16 to December 19.
High season period: 30th March to 6th April (Easter Period) and 1 to 31 July and September 15.
Peak season period: 1 to 30 August and December 20 to 6 January (Christmas and New Year).

Please contact  us at info@balicasa.net for more detail information

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