Regent Vacation Club (RVC) Bali
A lovely spacious sea front resort wide panoramic ocean view located in the tranquil Candidasa Beach of eastern Bali surrounded amidst lush tropical gardens ultimate peace and tranquility a complete sanctuary for the restless ones. With private ocean frontage and a beach terrace above, the resort offers tranquility, ocean breezes, and a romantic atmosphere for nature lovers. Accommodation is in well appointed air-conditioned bungalows or the main wings, with a total of 80 units. All are artistically furnished and decorated with contemporary Balinese décor and modern facilities, and secluded balconies offering views over the ocean, pool, or garden.
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Management & Staff Regent Vacation Club Bali wish you “Happy Galungan & Kuningan Day“
Make sure you are prepared for Galungan day. According to the Balinese calendar it will fall on March 27, 2013. The 10-day feasts ends with Kuningan day (April 6, 2013), a period of time during which it is believed that all the Balinese Gods will visit the earth. In order to welcome and appease the Gods, ancestral temples are cleaned, special prayers and offerings are made and dances are presented. It is also believed that the ancestors of the family descend to their homes at this time, congregating in the family temple. Those whose ancestors have not yet been cremated must go to the graveyards and place their offerings there.
By late March 26, the streets of Bali will be fully decorated with giant bamboo poles Continue reading
Ready for holiday and preparing to pack your stuff ? Do you really need to pack all that stuff ? A little planning, and research can help you reduce what you need to pack. It’s simpler than you think, and a lot lighter on you. Here are the tips :
Do your homework
Call the hotel, motel, friend’s house where you are staying, and check if they provide : Continue reading
• Show respect and wear a sarong when entering a temple.
• Be patient when you are caught in a religious procession.
• Bring a water bottle with you at all times to hydrate yourself.
- Be sure to make time for a performance of the captivating Legong dance and Wayan Kulit puppet theatre. The main venues for these performances are the Ubud Palace, Padangtegal dance stage, the ARMA open stage and Pura Dalem Puri in Peliatan.
- Gain an appreciation of Balinese art by strolling through an Ubud Art Gallery – Agung Rai in Jl Peliatan and Neka in Jl Raya – or Museum -Neka Museum or Museum Puri Lukisan
- Meet up with a guide from Continue reading
Speaking tourist centers, the most popular area that people see when arriving in Bali is Kuta. Just a short taxi ride away from the airport, Kuta is crowded mix of hotels, restaurants and night clubs to suit all budgets backed against the iconic Kuta beach. Some tourists find it quiet easy to spend weeks in Bali without ever leaving the Kuta area as all of their daily needs are there and within walking distance from their hotel.
A day trip up to Ubud is a favorite among tourists in Bali as there are so many great things to see. A little over an hour from Kuta, Ubud is known as Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded the prestigious “Gold Crown Award for 2013” from RCI. Mr. Asril Abdullah from RCI came for a visit to personally give us our award and also gave awards to our Member Services team members Mr. Lendra and Ms. Yuli for Exceptional Customer Service and Service Excellence for 2012!
On your trip to Bali, you will see Balinese at every turn placing “Canang”, offerings to the Gods made of folded banana leaves and filled with colorful flowers and sometimes small snacks, coins or cigarettes, topped off with a burning incense stick. This in essence shows Continue reading