Tis Villas Seminyak.

Tis Villas Seminyak. New name Villa Jalamati.

Open layout centered around the pool with lounge room, balé, self contained kitchen and dining area and 3 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms.

09/02/2023
09/02/2023

Bali is one of the best foodie destinations in the world and we listed down Bali dining destinations that you should add to your bucket list.

New name - Villa Jalamati and newly renovated ! 😍
07/02/2023

New name - Villa Jalamati and newly renovated ! 😍

22/01/2023
Bali time 💙💙💙
15/10/2022

Bali time 💙💙💙

19/06/2022

In times of ceremony in Bali you will see many penjor bamboo poles lining the street. They might be beuatiful decoration, but what are they for?

26/05/2022

An absolute gem in East Bali is Taman Ujung Water Palace 🌴🌴 Constructed by the late King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Djelantik, it was built to welcome and serve visiting dignitaries and kings from neighbouring countries, besides for the pleasure of the king and his royal family. Loosely translated to “the garden on the far end”, the ground features manicured gardens, giant fish ponds and pavillions of Dutch-Balinese architectural blends. Whilst no longer in use by the royal family, the site conserves the history of the empire of Karangasem in East Bali. 📸 .gordie

25/05/2022

Some interesting facts about Bali and the Balinese people.

Many of us tourists have no idea or realize how fascinating and interesting the Balinese people are and here are just a few examples.

You will find a lot of people called Wayan, Made, Nyoman or Ketut. Actually, most Balinese people are given one of these four names, male or female. It simply means ‘first born’, ‘second born’, ‘third born’ and ‘fourth born’. So, what do they call their fifth child, you may ask? Simply start over again and name him or her ‘Wayan’ again!

Balinese babies are carried everywhere the first few months of their lives, this is because they are not allowed to touch the ground. They are considered little angels, their connection to the spirits is kept intact by not touching the earth. When the time comes that they are allowed to touch the ground, a big ceremony is held.

Did you know that the Balinese New Year starts in silence? The first day of the new calendar is called Nyepi; and no one is allowed on the streets. Noise and light are to be kept at a minimum and these rules apply to everyone who is on the island including foreigners. This happens usually in the month of March and everything shuts down for one day including the airport. You cannot fly in or out on Nyepi day.

Balinese culture is rich with traditions and ceremonies. They have ceremonies for just about everything that is a part of their life. Most Balinese people truly believe that these ceremonies and blessings will bring them luck and keep them safe in traffic.

The tooth-filing ceremony is one of the most important religious ceremonies for the Balinese people that must be performed at least once in someone’s lifetime. This ceremony is symbolic for the Balinese Hindu teenagers who are ready to enter the world of maturity and adulthood. The purpose of implementing this ceremony is to remove impurities and passions in the human body and soul so that they can discover the true nature of humans.

The process begins with a Sangging offering mantra and then participants pray to God and ancestors for salvation so that the ritual runs smoothly. In the main ritual, the participants are asked to lie down, open their mouth showing their teeth. The filing ceremony of the six teeth is a symbol of filing six human natures which are considered an enemy of the human being. The participants then must put their saliva into a small coconut fruit. Three days after the ceremony the coconut fruit that contains the saliva must be thrown into the sea or river. All Hindu parents in Bali must provide and arrange this ceremony for their children.

When we visit Bali we think about the beautiful beaches, waterfalls, rice terraces, great night life in the streets of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak, the pubs, the restaurants and the delicious local cuisine.
Maybe we should show a little more interest in how truly amazing the Balinese people are and how much we can learn from them and their values of being a human being.

05/05/2022

Since the reopening of Indonesian borders for travelers in February 2022 numbers of visitors have risen consistently.

Time to relax 🙏💙
03/05/2022

Time to relax 🙏💙

Excellent driver, we have been using Big Boo and his associates for many years in Bali. Very reliable, clean car and spe...
03/05/2022

Excellent driver, we have been using Big Boo and his associates for many years in Bali. Very reliable, clean car and speaks great English. 🤩🤩

01/05/2022

Good morning ❣️

So good to be back in Bali ! 😍
30/04/2022

So good to be back in Bali ! 😍

16/04/2022

Situated just a short 10 minute stroll from Seminyak Beach and popular dining options, Tis Villas Seminyak features contemporary Balinese-style villas with open plan living and dining areas overlooking each villa’s private pool allowing our guests to enjoy the soothing breeze against the tropical ...

Bali has re-opened to international tourists. Now, you can enjoy a quarantine-free holiday with a simple visa on arrival...
16/04/2022

Bali has re-opened to international tourists. Now, you can enjoy a quarantine-free holiday with a simple visa on arrival!

To ensure you have the safest and the most comfortable trip, the Island of the Gods prepares for your arrival by maintaining the island's status as the place with the highest vaccination rates and providing Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certifications for your convenience.

Get ready to be reunited with the wonders of Bali as the island is open for tourism again! Now, !

Situated just a short 10 minute stroll from Seminyak Beach and popular dining options, Tis Villas Seminyak features contemporary Balinese-style villas with open plan living and dining areas overlooking each villa’s private pool allowing our guests to enjoy the soothing breeze against the tropical ...

Indonesia drops on-arrival PCR test from 6th April for ASEAN nationals.
06/04/2022

Indonesia drops on-arrival PCR test from 6th April for ASEAN nationals.

Great news for Bali trips, with fully vaccinated travellers now facing no on-arrival PCR test or isolation, and ASEAN passport holders also saving a S$50 VoA fee.

27/05/2019

Premier Hospitality Asia

Today we have Odalan in on of our villa, Tis Villa Seminyak.

The Odalan celebrations are a social occasion among Indonesian Hindus, and have historically contributed to the rich tradition of theatre and Balinese dance forms. An Odalan marks the founding of a particular Hindu temple, and is celebrated on its birthday according to the Pakuwon – the 210 day Balinese calendar.


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24/04/2019
Make A Change World

Make A Change World

This fish in Bali is helping clean up the beach!

04/02/2019

Beautiful afternoons and sunsets - even though the pics are blurry (I took them on the back of a moving motorbike !) the sunsets have been magic ! 🌄

28/12/2018
Make A Change World

Make A Change World

We couldn’t be more in favor of this GOOD News for Bali!

The ban starts January 1st in the city of Denpasar in all modern retail stores.

02/08/2018

Love our heliconias !

23/07/2018

Beautiful, peaceful evenings 💕

23/07/2018

I Love Bali Street Dogs

Another day at Mt Agung feeding the dogs (and chickens). Without BAWA's daily trips since September last year these dogs would have died. Thank you so much BAWA!

28/06/2018

Bali Animal Welfare Association

IGNORANCE IS NO EXCUSE, BE A RESPONSIBLE TOURIST

Did you know that more than five million tourists visited Bali in 2017? With many of these people still visiting tourist attractions that exploit animals. When you visit such places, your money supports animal cruelty. So, while holidaying in Bali, please choose the places you visit and support with caution. Ignorance is no excuse.

If in doubt, please contact BAWA on 0811-389-004 or email [email protected]

For more information on Bali's wildlife attractions, please click on the link: https://www.worldanimalprotection.org/news/bali-horror-wildlife-tourist-attractions-are-living-hell-animals

16/06/2018
Honeycombers Bali

Honeycombers Bali

Shopaholics, we hear you! 🛍️
So we've combed Seminyak's best boutiques to bring you Bali's most popular fashion stores around! 😍



Featuring: Bali Boat Shed, Auguste The Label, uma and leopold, Magali Pascal, Little Joe Woman by Gail Elliott, Paulina Katarina, The Bali Tailor, Mrs Sippy Bali, Lulu Yasmine, Seafolly Australia, 2.1.6 Boutique, Lily Jean, Lost in Paradise, Palma Australia, BIASA, Natasha Gan, Bamboo Blonde, Gooseberry Intimates, Beachgold, Little Island Store, Thaikila Bikinis, Body and Soul, Souq, Kiosk Collective, Niconico, Indigo and Rose, 69Slam, Puravida, Frockk, Uluwatu Handmade Balinese Lace, Mimpi mannis, JetsetGypsy Bali & more!

03/05/2018

Tis Villas Seminyak by Premier Hospitality Asia

We pride ourselves to making you feel warmth and happy ❤❤❤
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19/11/2017
UNILAD Adventure

UNILAD Adventure

Here are the top 10 things to see in Bali!🌴☀️

🎥Lost LeBlanc

20/06/2017

The Bali Dog Halfway House

WE ❤️ BALI DOGS!
As Animals Australia exposes the very real, graphic and barbaric issue of the illegal dog meat trade in Bali, we want to let you all know we will continue to fight for our canine comrades. Our rescuers, staff, visitors, supporters and adopters absolutely love all our dogs and treat them like family!

Dogs are not food so please stand up and speak out about the atrocities being committed on the dogs of Bali who are the natives of this island be it pets, street or beach dogs. SAVE BALI DOGS!

Please SIGN THE PETITION: https://secure.animalsaustralia.org/take_action/bali-dog-meat-trade/

Please support our project and adopt don't shop if you live in Bali.

www.TheBaliDogHalfwayHouse.com
Collaboration of solo rescuers saving Bali dogs!

04/06/2017
Make A Change World

Make A Change World

This is Bali's first green pilot village, Sean Nino and Mantra's project Merah Putih Hijau may be the solutions to Bali's trash problem.

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