What make this activity unique is you and the people in it.The idea behind this activity is from my customer, one day my guest like to see the process behind the jewelry and i take them to my family business to see the process i explain to them a lot of thing including our house concept and culture in bali, they're so happy about it and gave us an idea why we don't create an activity for travellers who want to try make jewelry and know more about balinese history,culture and concept of houses, and here we are.We are experience, quality and friendly team, we've been work as silver smith for 15 years more we are experienced enough to be instructor for it. Born & raise as native also able to speak english gave us the ability to know and explain our culture, traditions, history and also concept of houses in bali to customers who book our activityand the other thing about us is, some of our team also tour guide who could help you with more things. so see you soon guys
Batik Painting is a wonderful form of hand painting fabrics. The outline is delicately drawn out using hot wax. Then the dye is applied over selected areas. Finally when the wax is washed off, the outline will remain a different color. The result as you can see is absolutely satisfying. It is fun to try something new and also makes a lovely souvenier during your trip in Bali.
Experience Bali’s nature alongside its culture on a tour that combines a sunrise climb of Mt. Batur with a Balinese cooking class. After ascending to the summit of Mt. Batur at sunrise—when temperatures are cool and crowds are at a minimum—you’ll feast your senses on classic Balinese dishes during a cooking class, during which you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide in a small group limited to 15 people.
Located at Celuk Village, the center of silver craftmanship in Bali, our class will cover certain techniques of basic silver jewelry making for those interested to learn making jewelry directly from the experts! The class will run in 3 hours start from 09.00 am to 12.00 pm.Planning on starting your own jewelry business? Sunaka Jewelry is the perfect choice! We will also share tips and trick, information, knowledge and access in our class, all you need to know to spark on the industry.
Get your creative and spiritual juices flowing. Join me for a unique workshop and make your own mala necklace with healing gemstones. They make a perfect, spiritual gift for someone special or a great souvenir to remind yourself of your awesome holiday in Bali! Local yogi and mala maker Id welcomes you to her Bali home for a creative workshop with a difference. You will be making mala necklaces, which are used in meditation and are believed to heal the body, quieten the mind and increase clarity. Plus they make the perfect souvenir to help you continue the spiritual techniques you learned in Bali at home!I have been making mala necklaces for over 6 years and I can’t wait to share my creative process with you. From beading to knotting to blessing, I am here to help you every step of the way. Mala necklaces are useful tools in meditation and self-healing. They also make a great souvenir or thoughtful gift
One of the fun activity to do in Bali is to create a beautiful custom made piece of silver jewelry. 3 hour workshop class for travellers. All inclusive materials and equipment. Learn how to make your silver jewelry from the expert one, Gusti Ayu. The lady from the business family of silver Jewelry, with pleasure, would help you craft the silver jewelry with the design you desire. You would obtain 5 grams of silver to create your precious masterpiece for yourself or your beloved person. A pair of earrings, ring or pendant, you could produce a beautiful creation of silver jewelry. During the class, you’ll learn and appreciate the patient learning that silver jewelry-making entails to create beautiful work. Thus, it would be the excellent and educational way to spend your time in Bali. Experience the class immediately for a creative, different and fun holiday with your family. The package also include traditional snack, welcome drink, and certificate.
Become a designer for 1 day !! Amazing experience recycling material, bringing up your creativity. Giving a new life to old inner tubes with Mas Pat, local artist who has been transforming garbage into art since 2006. Helping to reduce tire from dumps and ocean in Bali while playing with your hand creating a nice design that you will bring home. Be a designer for 1 day !!
Visit the studio of a silversmith family in Ubud and take a join-in jewelry class with the local instructor. Take a 10-gram wedge of silver and learn how to turn it into a beautiful piece of art. Follow the instructor’s’ advice and create a truly individual piece of jewelry as the perfect and long-lasting memento of the holiday in Ubud.Discover the rich traditions of Balinese culture while learning about and sampling the handicrafts of Ubud. Visit a silversmith studio and learn about Indonesian threads and Ikat, then visit the art gallery and shop of a non-profit organization to learn more about Bali’s unique art culture and traditions.
In this hands-on workshop participants are introduced to some of the basic concepts behind modeling objects in wood. You will become acquainted with the necessary tools and learn basic carving techniques. Under the watchful eye of an instructor, each person will carve a simple object. All tools and materials are provided.
In this class you are free to explore different colour option to be choose for your ceramic. Using special material for colouring and different technique to drawing. Don't be afraid of making mistake as we also give you special technique to erase and re-colouring the ceramic/pottery.
Having a holiday in Bali is a desired thing to do for every traveler around the world. Have you ever thought of trying an anti-mainstream activity in Bali? Undergo Balinese Weaving Craft Class, experience the Balinese style creative craft. Learn how to weave Lontar, the palm leaves tah using for make some balinese crafts like basket for ritual, house ornaments and other Balinese creations. Balinese people also wield Lontar into souvenirs for the tourists. Learn how to make a beautiful craft from Lontar through Balinese Weaving Craft Class. Practice together with your friends, family or your partner and enjoy the precious moments. The package include craft materials, traditional snack, welcome drink and certificate.
This class is designed for basic learning where everybody can learn the hand building ceramic/pottery it include technique that commonly use by professional ceramic maker. You will also see the production of hand made building in our workshop.
The majority of Bali’s population is Hindu. In practice, they perform various ceremonies and rituals. One of them which they do daily – three times a day – is to make offerings called ‘canang sari‘. Canang sari is an offering to their Almighty God as an expression of gratitude. Canang sari usually consists of a container, which is made of woven coconut leaves, and filled with various ingredients such as rice, flowers, fruit, and spices. Canang sari has some parts; there are peporosan, ceper, raka-raka, and sampian urasari. Peporosan or the core material is made from betel leaf, lime, gambier, prestige, tobacco and betel nuts. Material of peporosan symbolizes the Trimurti, the three major Hindu Gods. Shiva is symbolized by lime, Vishnu is symbolized by betel nut, and Brahma is symbolized by gambier. Canang sari are covered by ceper as a symbol of Ardha Candra. Raka-raka is topped with sampian urasari, which are in turn overlaid by flowers placed in a specific direction.
Wood carver will suggest you to carve a piece of mask for beginner. They will brief you the process of mask carving from selecting the wood , drawing and carving. Any style of Mask you have your own to choose.
Discover the uniqueness of Balinese cultural heritage and natural beauty of the island.Practicing the daily life and farming at tropical paradise. The villagers will show, assist and train you the unique ways of nature harmony of rural living of Balinese. Enjoy unforgettable experiences of real Balinese rural life.Your activities include: * visit elementary school and interaction with the kids* welcoming by Barong dance and offering, garland * visit family temple and get holy bracelet* Short treks in the rice field* Watch and try Balinese activity such as: making satay, Balinese dessert, Canang sari (Offerings to God), and rooster fights trainings, making coconut’s oil, and making Balinese Coffee* Traditional farming with cow until planting paddies* Lunch with live Balinese dance and music instrument* Watching painting with organic color
Satisfy all five of your senses during a full-day culinary and sightseeing excursion in Ubud. Observe local culture and customs at the local market and rice terraces. Then enjoy a hands-on cooking class at a local home. Once you’ve eaten your fill, continue the adventure with a tour of the city’s main attractions. Have your camera ready for visits to Monkey Forest, plus a noteworthy temple and waterfall.
In this class you will learn from the basic clay source and type of ceramic, and using wheel throwing machine with the hand technique to solid the clay and form in to any shape you want. You will experimenting with 3 kg of clay and can make as much as shape you wish. Choose the best 3 one to bring home and if you want to have fully glaze and bake ceramic we can help for that. The class is held in our own factory where you can see all the tools, materials, and machinery that we use in our daily activity of ceramic and pottery business.