Nyepi Religious Day
Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels. March 23, 2012 | March 12, 2013 | March 31, 2014 | March 21, 2015 | March 9, 2016 | March 28, 2017
Balinese Dance Class
Experience the splendor of Balinese dance presented by esteemed dance instructors. This class is designed to provide an insight into the significance of art, dance and music to the Balinese, both in everyday practice and in a spiritual context.
Waroeng Djamoe Spa
Hotel Tugu Balis Waroeng Djamoe Spa connects you to the secrets of the ancient mystical East: authentic treatments from old Indonesian traditions that combine aspects of spirituality with the art of physical healing to achieve the ultimate balance of mind, body and soul.
Djamoe is an ancient art of herbal healing from Java. To preserve the knowledge of this traditional medicine, the tightly guarded recipes have been handed down through generations. Set in an authentic and mildly dramatized Javanese kitchen, the Djamoe Class is a step back in time to the days where kitchen and backyards also served as pharmacies.
Floral Arrangement Class
Learn the spiritual art of gebogan (Balinese floral arrangements) and get creative with dulang (Balinese clay) and native Indonesian fruits and flowers each variety and color is positioned on compass points according to the deity they represent. Take home your work of art as a keepsake of your stay at Hotel Tugu Bali.
Indonesia is a blessed country rich in history, arts, cultures and traditions. Its diverse cuisine is a celebration of this wealth. Iboe Soelastris Cooking Class in Hotel Tugu Bali introduces a unique hands-on kitchen experience that exposes guests to centuries-old tradition in Indonesian gastronomy, specifically Javanese and Balinese cuisine, embracing authentic, indigenous cooking techniques and ingredients. Glimpse into the beautiful simplicity and exotic richness of Indonesian cooking and dining culture with Iboe Soelastri, Hotel Tugu Balis chef of fine Indonesian cuisine.
Cultural Evening with Tugu
Hotel Tugu Bali strives to stay true to its mission in bringing back to life the art, soul and romance of Indonesia. To show our commitment, we proudly present Cultural Evening with Tugu, a special performance designed to revive and preserve the almost forgotten stories from the past, surrounding the disappearing cultures, especially the traditional dances, music and costumes of Bali.The show is taken to the stage at Hotel Tugu Bali's majestic Bale Agung, giving visitors and residents and opportunity to witness genuine Balinese dance performances in an authentic Balinese atmosphere. Spoil your senses as you indulge in a lavish Tugu style dining experience that transports you to the romantic eras of Indonesian history, whether you're dining as a king from Majapahit or as a humble villager from the Balinese countryside. Every Thursday, 7.30 p.m.