Siat Sampian – Part 1


‘Siat sampian’ or sampian war is one of the oldest Balinese Hindus’ sacred tradition that is performed annually at Samuan Tiga temple in Gianyar. In this war, dozens of premas – or women – worshippers to the temple’s Gods, attack each other using young-coconut leaf arrangements (sampian) in an almost unconscious state of mind. After them, the same sampian war is also performed by no less than three hundred of the parekan – or men – devotees. The war and its related ritual begins at 9 am. This more than eleven centuries old tradition is very unique and cannot be found in other parts of Bali.

Hotel Celuk Agung


Is good for snorkeling and nice sunset. Celuk Agung Beach is also know as good spot to see a beautiful coral and fish/sea garden. It’s close restaurants, shopping centers and nightlife centers in this area.

The room are available in Balinese style with Balcony, Living room. Other room facility is fan, AC, Refrigerator, Private bath tub running Hot and Cold water, Shower and Satellite Television, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Ping Pong Table, Billiards, Safety Box, Diving, Dolphin and Snorkeling Counter.

Bar and Restaurant with Chinese & Indonesian food, Laundry Service, Meeting Room, Transportation are available.