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Bali, April 19th 2017

The Samaya Seminyak is a twin centred boutique deluxe resort based in
Bali. We invited General Manager Ray Clark to tell us more.

The Samaya is in the upper echelon sector and the establishment
is comprised of all pool private villas both in Ubud
and the trendy beachfront of Seminyak in Bali. The resort
attracts clients from around the world, with the majority of
clients visiting from Europe, Australia, Japan and Korea. Ray
outlines how the resort approaches new markets or clients
in order to ensure everyone makes the most out of their stay....more



Bali, March 31st 2017

Earth Hour is the world's largest grass-roots environmental movement towards action on climate change organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). This “safe the earth” event is celebrated every year in March and involves simple action by encouraging individuals, communities, households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour.

This year, the Earth Hour fell on March 25th and we; The Samaya Seminyak; were more than happy in taking a part in this worldwide movement. We turned off all pool lamps and pumps from 8pm for 1 hour. We also encouraged our in house guests to participate by turning off all unnecessary electricity in their villa. These action successfully saved 226.29 Kwh energy.

This is our small effort to preserve and protect our precious environment.



Bali, March 31st 2017

On Wednesday, March 22, This month The Samaya Seminyak take a part to join WWD and our team make a "biopori / Sumur biopori" is a holes has been widely known in Indonesia for several years. Biopori holes was claimed to be able to minimize flooding, help channeling rainwater runoff back to ground thus maintaining ground water retention, and reduce landfill by self-managing domestic organic waste.

The principal of biopori lies on the roles of earth worms as soil engineers. The idea of creating biopori holes is to create what Mr. Brata jokingly referred as  ‘palace of the earth worms’. The holes are to be the platform to exploit earth worms whose activities help to restructure soil. Earth worms create burrows through which water and CO2 can enter. Earthworms waste contributes to fine crumbly texture of soil which is a more favorable texture. The holes are to be filled up with organic domestic waste from kitchen or garden (dried leaves or fresh grass clipping) that the earthworms would decompose and along the way creating one of most powerful organic fertilizer that is commonly called as ‘pupuk kompos’ in Indonesian or compost. The compost then can be dug out from the holes and used as plants fertilizer. After the compost is extracted, the holes are to be filled up again with more organic waste.

This simple idea can be implemented  at your home.
So let's do our part conserving this very precious resource.



Bali, March 27th 2017

On March 26th 2017, Melasti is a Hindu Balinese purification ceremony and ritual, which according to Balinese calendar is held several days prior to the Nyepi holy day. It is observed by Hindus in Indonesia, especially in Bali.[1] Melasti was meant as the ritual to cleanse the world from all the filth of sin and bad karma, through the symbolic act of acquiring the Tirta Amerta, "the water of life".[1]

Melasti ceremony is held on the edge of the beach with the aim to purify oneself of all the bad things in the past and throw it to the ocean.[2] In Hindu belief, the source of water such as lake and sea water, are considered as the source of life(Tirta Amrita).[1] In addition to performing prayers, during Melasti ceremony, all of sacred objects which belongs to a temple, such as pralingga or pratima of Lord Ida Sanghyang Widi Wasa, and all of sacred equipments, are being cleaned and purified.




Bali, March 27th 2017

On March 20th 2017, The Samaya Seminyak held a ceremony to celebrate the anniversary of hotel’s temple. This ceremony or “Piodalan” is held every 210 days according to Balinese calendar. “Piodalan” is not only about to celebrate the anniversary of hotel’s temple but also to purify the resort premisesas and as a form of gratitude for all the fortune, health and togetherness that have been given to us all year long.



Bali, March 27th 2017

March 20, 2017 Get trained, Save a life, You'll be glad you did. Basic Life Support Flow Chart.

  • Check for Danger around (Hazards/Risk/Safety?)
  • Responsive? (Unconscious? and call for help!)
  • Open Airway, look for signs of life.
  • Give 30 chest Compressions (almost 2 compressions /second)
  • Attach AED as soon as available and follow its prompts.
  • Continue CPR until qualified personnel arrive or signs of life return.

NO SIGNS OF LIFE = Unconscious, Unresponsive, Not Breathing Normally, Not Moving
AED = Automated External Defibrillator

Trainer : Mr. Leo M Moran

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SILENT DAY (Nyepi) 2017

Bali, January 17th 2017

March 28, 2017 marks the first day of the Balinese New Year called Nyepi Day. According to the Hindu belief, Nyepi is a day of complete silence without any noise, traffic, fire and lights. It is a day of complete stillness in the physical and spiritual worlds. Guests are not permitted to leave the premises of the hotel on March 28, 2017.

For the Hindus, Nyepi is a day spent in total silence, meditation, fasting and introspection, reflecting on the past year’s events. Hindus believe the law concerning Nyepi is “Catur Brata Penyepian” (four ascetic practices). They are “Amati Geni” (no fire, which is both literal and symbolic of mental and physical obstacles), “Amati Karya” (no activities, a precondition to meditation), “Amati Lelungaan” (no going out of the house/compound) and “Amati Lelanguan” (no entertainment).

As we are a boutique villa, the government permits us to service our guest but with activities that are limited with reduced lighting and minimal noise on our premises.

In order to respect the tradition, we kindly ask you to switch off all outdoor lights for the whole night of March 28, 2017, keep the window blinds closed and you not be permitted to go out from hotel premises during the Nyepi Day on March 28, 2017. Please be noted that most of TV channel will be not on service starting March 28, 2017 at 00.01 and will be back to normal broadcast after 10.00 am on March 28, 2017. However we had provided you with DVD’s selection, please contact your butler/host for any request.

We hope this peaceful Nyepi Day will bring you an unforgettable experience on the Magical Island of Bali and in our resort.



  • Melasti or Mekiyis or Melis (March 25th,2017)

Melasti is meant to clean the pratima or arca or pralingga (statue), with symbols that help to concentrate the mind in order to become closer to God. The ceremony is aimed to clean all nature and its content, and also to take the “Amerta” (the source for eternal life) from the ocean or other water sources. Three days before Nyepi, all the effigies of the Gods from all village temples are taken to the beach. There, they are bathed by the Neptune of Balinese Lord, The God Baruna , before being taken back home to their shrines.

  • Pengerupukan (March 27th,2017)

Exactly one day before Nyepi, all villages in Bali hold a large exorcism ceremony at the main village cross road, the meeting place of demons. They usually make Ogoh Ogoh (the fantastic monster or evil spirits or The Butha Kala made of bamboo) for carnival purposes. The carnivals themselves are held all over Bali following sunset.

  • Nyepi Day (March 28th,2017)

This is a day of absolute silence observed throughout the island and a day of introspection for Hindus.

 We still provide our service as usual with limited activities, reduced lighting and minimal noise on our premises. In order to respect the tradition, we would switch off all outdoor lights for the whole night of March 28th,2017, keep the window blind closed, noise to be at lower level and request your kind understanding for not going out from hotel premises

During Nyepi day most of the television channel will be not on service starting March 27th,2017 at 00.01 and will back to normal broadcast on March 28th,2017 after 10.00am.

  • Ngembak Geni (March 29th, 2017)

One day after the Nyepi day, the people awake from stillness to begin a new day. The government officials have their holiday and thus a time for forgiving each other. A new page of each life is really seen from a religious point of view and has been made by each individual.



Bali, December 06th 2016

The Samaya Seminyak is delighted to announce its achievement of Emerald award from Tri Hita Karana Tourism Award and Accreditation. The award and accreditation night was held on December 1st 2016 at Ksirarnawa Art Center while the assessment itself was held on October 20th 2016 where 3 assessors from THK Foundation who are an academic from popular Tourism College in Bali inspected The Samaya Seminyak.

Press Release



Bali, Sept 10th 2016

“We can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone”- Ronald Reagan
The celebration of fifteenth anniversary of The Samaya Seminyak is begun with a program called “A Day with the Little Angels from Destawan “ which was held on September 3rd 2016. Destawan is the name of an orphanage located in Singaraja regency about 3 hours driving from Denpasar city. This orphanage has around 25 little angels from 3 to 17 years old range age. Press Release




Bali, Sept 05th 2016

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Bali, July 02nd 2016

The Samaya Seminyak has been audited independently by accredited auditors led by Judith Schneider; and has completed all re-certification criteria to achieve its 4th Green Globe Certificate. Audits are performed on a yearly basis, alternating between on-site and desktop audit. The audit is always performed by an independent, third-party auditor in compliance with ISO regulations. This year, The Samaya Seminyak has added and done some activities as the addition of the “Green Programs” they are doing. The activities are:

  • Distributing and using the recycle bag to reduce the use of plastic bag
  • Increasing the production and the use of their home made organic fertilizer
  • Reviewing and using eco- friendly suppliers
  • Giving regular training session to the trainee regarding to the green practices
  • Having more heritage plantation

Finally, visiting and doing cleaning blitz in historical sites were also held regularly in order to support cultural heritage sustainability.



Bali, April 23rd 2016

To honour the earth day as well as doing the Corporate Social Responsibility program, on April 22th 2016 The Samaya Seminyak held a program called “Little Things to Support The Earth” which was participated by management and staff of representatives from all departments.
The program was begun at 07.00 am with an interesting short training of making compost from gardener team. The process of composting started with chopping the dried leaves into smaller pieces then they were put into a container. A liquid which has active organism was added to speed up the composting process. After 2 or 3 weeks, the compost will have dark brown colour and smell nice and earthy. It means it is ready to use. Press Release



Bali, April 22nd 2016

Cleaning Blitz is a part of The Samaya Bali’s Corporate Social Responsibility program which is held annually. This program was participated by Management and staff of representatives of either The Samaya Seminyak and The Samaya Ubud . This year, the program was held on 15th of April 2016 and Puncak Penulisan Temple together with Dalem Balingkang Temple were chosen as the venues. Press Release



Bali, April 06th 2016

On March 30th to April 2nd 2016, Petitenget Temple had its anniversary celebration. The anniversary celebrations held every 210 days on “Merakih” Wednesday of Balinese Pawukon Calender. In relation to Petitenget temple’s anniversary celebration, The Samaya management and Hindu staffs held praying together activity at Petitenget temple on April 1st at 4 pm.

The name Petitenget derives from “Peti” which means caven and “Tenget” which means haunted. Petitenget temple was initiated by the legendary Hindu priest Dang Hyang Nirartha on his historical mission from Java island in 15th century. Legend told that locals had observed that people who went into the jungle became ill and believed this was due to a dark spirit named Bhuti Ijo then to solve this issue, Dang Hyang Nirartha advised to build a temple.



Bali, March 18th 2016

The Samaya Bali participate Earth Hour on March 19, 2016. Is the world's largest celebration for our amazing planet, with hundreds of millions of people from across the globe coming together in a symbolic and spectacular lights out display.


SILENT DAY (Nyepi) 2016


Bali, January 25th 2016

March 9, 2016 marks the first day of the Balinese New Year called Nyepi Day. According to the Hindu belief, Nyepi is a day of complete silence without any noise, traffic, fire and lights. It is a day of complete stillness in the physical and spiritual worlds. Guests are not permitted to leave the premises of the hotel on March 9, 2016 .

For the Hindus, Nyepi is a day spent in total silence, meditation, fasting and introspection, reflecting on the past year’s events. Hindus believe the law concerning Nyepi is “Catur Brata Penyepian” (four ascetic practices). They are “Amati Geni” (no fire, which is both literal and symbolic of mental and physical obstacles), “Amati Karya” (no activities, a precondition to meditation), “Amati Lelungaan” (no going out of the house/compound) and “Amati Lelanguan” (no entertainment).



Bali, February 01st 2016

CPR or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a lifesaving technique used in many emergency situations such as heart attack or near drowning. This technique is used to maintain circulatory flow of a patient or victim by supplying oxygen through his/her mouth and giving chest compressions.

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Bali, January 25th 2015

On January 23rd 2016, The Samaya Seminyak held a ceremony to celebrate the anniversary of hotel’s temple. This ceremony or “Piodalan” is held every 210 days according to Balinese calendar. “Piodalan” is not only about to celebrate the anniversary of hotel’s temple but also to purify the resort premisesas and as a form of gratitude for all the fortune, health and togetherness that have been given to us all year long.



Bali, October 6th 2015

“Together We Care” is the term we chose as the theme for celebrating our One and Four Anniversary. Our One and Four anniversary celebration was commenced by visiting an orphanage which has about 35 children from kindergarten to junior high school range age named Destawan in Singaraja regency. On 8th of September 2015 morning, there were about 15 of The Samaya Seminyak team that went there to deliver their daily needs; for instance rice, instant noodles, toiletries, cooking oil; stationeries, and cash money. Some games such as guessing the song and simple puzzle quizes were also held and our visit was ended with having lunch together while watching a movie.




Bali, Sept 20th 2015

On Saturday, September 19th 2015, The Samaya Seminyak together with some neighborhood hotels and restaurants participated in International Coastal Clean or ICC which was held by Bali Hotel Association. The clean up was started in the morning at 07.30 with starting point at Seminyak beach in front of Petitenget Temple. There was about 4 kg trash that had been successfully collected by our team where most of them are cigarette butts, bottle cups and beverage pipettes. Besides picking up the trash, we also had to record what we had found on the form given by ICC committee where the data will be used as their reference for future steps in preventing ocean trash. The International Coastal Cleanup is the world's largest volunteer effort for our ocean and waterways where this year there were more than 90 countries took a part in this annual event.(smy/sh)





Bali, Sept 20th 2015

The Samaya Seminyak decided to convert existing air conditioning equipment in all villas and offices to operate on hydrocarbon refrigerant. Hydrocarbon Refrigerants are non?ozone depleting and have an extremely low global warming potential (GWP) of less than 3. It offers many advantages such as environmental benefits, improved compressor life & the energy savings achieved over the more commonly used chemical refrigerants such as HFC?s and HCFC?s.




Bali, Aug 25th 2015

Based on our new Indonesian Government & Bank of Indonesia regulations, which states that all cash payments for goods and services purchased or carried out in Indonesia should be paid for in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) only. To avoid any inconvenience to our valuable guests who may wish to use their own currency notes/bills we are more than happy to assist you with currency exchange at the front desk in the lobby, where we have utilized the services of a licensed money changer. We can also accept all major credit cards, the exchange rate of the day of transaction will be used, these rates are transparent and are subject to change, please ask and check at anytime during your stay what the day’s rates are. Please ask any of our team for assistance. Our aim and objective is to minimize any inconveniences being caused through these new rules being adhered too with all monetary transactions here



Bali, July 08th 2015

We would like to clarify the rules regarding the new free Visa policy implemented by the Indonesian government due to lack of detailed information on the regulation.

The free Visa policy is only applicable if the visitors arrive and depart from Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, Bali or Batam. If the visitors arrive in Jakarta and leave the country from Lombok, then they have to pay the visa fee of USD 35. The same rule applies if the visitors arrive in Bali and leave from Yogyakarta. However, if the visitors arrive in Jakarta and leave from Bali no Visa fee is applicable.

We kindly ask you to check your itinerary/schedule prior to arrival in Indonesia so as to avoid any confusion that may arise.



Bali, May 25th 2015

Green Globe is the premier worldwide certification program developed specifically for the travel and tourism industry. The Green Globe Certification Standard provides Hotel and Resort organizations with a framework to conduct a comprehensive assessment of their environmental sustainability performance, through which they can monitor improvements and achieve certification. This year there are 320 compliance indicators and we, The Samaya Seminyak, has successfully achieved a compliance score of 84% for the related indicators. This made The Samaya Seminyak awarded for its Green Globe re-certification for the 3rd year respectively.

Green Globe Policy V.1.7 - Green Globe Press Release

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Bali, May 22nd 2015

World Turtle Day was started by the American Tortoise Rescue (ATR) in 2000. Now this annual event is not only celebrated in USA but also around the world. As a part of World Turtle Day’s celebration, Bali Hotel Association (BHA) on May 22nd 2015 held an environment Turtle Awareness workshop and we, The Samaya Seminyak, were very happy had been invited to join this workshop and also had been given opportunity to deliver a small donation for Turtle hatchery.

Through this workshop we got knowledge about the species of sea turtle where six of seven species of sea turtles in the world can be found in Indonesian waters, the life circle of sea turtle, threats to the life of sea turtle such as predators, hunting and trading, fishing industry, plastic waste and changes in beach formations, and the ways to participate in protecting the sea turtle by sharing best practice of caring or what to do if turtles or eggs are found, not buying turtles product, disposing waste in proper places and supporting local institutions or organizations working to protect sea turtles and their habitats. As on the beach in front of The Samaya Seminyak sometimes we found sea turtles laying eggs and hatchlings moving into the sea, those knowledge are something we need to know. (smy/sh)

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Bali, May 27th 2015

As a part of our regular activity which has been being held for 5 years, The Samaya Seminyak on May 27th 2015 visited a local orphanage named “Destawan”. Destawan is located in Sawan Village of Buleleng region, about 3 hours by car from Denpasar.

We met about 35 children from kindergarten to junior high school range age and in this opportunity, we delivered daily needs and cash money. Besides, we also brought lunch boxes and had lunch together. We were so happy and lucky can have opportunity to feel this unforgettable and precious moment.

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Bali, May 16th 2015

The historical roots of Tumpek Landep trace to rites that for the blessing and sharpening of weapons of conflict . Over the generations the meaning was expanded to include any tool or instrument made of metal eventually including bicycles, motorcycles and cars.

Tumpek Landep is, in fact, a day set aside for sharpening all the "weapons of our lives." Tumpek Landep is a day for evaluation and retrospection on how well we have mastered that knowledge for the benefit of the world. Accordingly, Tumpek Landep seeks to honor human skills and ingenuity and the tools and technology used in practicing those skills.

Tumpek Landep is the day devoted to Sang Hyang Pasupati, the lord of all metal implements, when blessing ceremony is given to heirlooms weapons and other metal tools (including cars and other vehicles) for magical power and proper function, held at every family compound, especially at smiths and garages.



Bali, April 22nd 2015

Earth Dayis an event whichisheldyearlyon April 22nd to demonstrate support for environmental protection. This worldwide event is celebrated in more than 170 countries and we, The Samaya Seminyak, did notwant to miss in taking a part of this special event.

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The Samaya Sustainability Management Plan

The Samaya Vision & Mission

Our Vision:

"At the Samaya Bali located on the beach and within the fashionable area of Seminyak, we promise to preserve a safe and healthy environment for the island of Bali, its people and visiting guests".

Our Mission:

Through teamwork, commitment and enthusiasm management &staff of the Samaya Bali:

  • Abides by the Green Globe standards, laws, regulations and standards of the     island of Bali, and the Country of Indonesia
  • Annually reviews its performance and improves year by year towards industry best practice levels
  • Gives preference to employing local people wherever possible
  • Wherever possible, purchases local products and services with minimal negative environmental impact
  • Takes on our social responsibility by educating its staff, guests, suppliers and community to build environmental awareness and action
  • Reduces, Reuses, & Recycles throughout the property to prevent and control pollution while supporting the local merchants
  • Conducts continues research in renewable and sustainable energy sources
  • Reduces environmental impacts including energy and water-saving practices
  • Records and tracks operational performance, an essential element of Samaya's effective Environmental Sustainability Plan

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The Samaya Smoke Free Policy

The province of Bali became “officially smoke free” as of June 1, 2012.

Quoted by, Bali’s governor Made MangkuPastika said the ban on smoking in public places will be phased in, commencing with an immediate ban on smoking in government offices.

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Environmental Policy Statement of

The Samaya Bali

The Samaya Bali accepts responsibility for the harmful effects its operations have on both the local and global environment and is committed to reducing them.

The Samaya Bali will measure its impact on the environment and set targets for ongoing improvement.

The Company will comply with all relevant environmental legislation.

The Company will implement a training program for its staff to raise awareness of environmental issues and enlist their support in improving the Company’s performance.

The Samaya Bali will encourage the adoption of similar principles by its suppliers.

The Samaya Bali is committed to protecting our tourism industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

The key points of our strategy to achieve this are:

  • Minimise waste by continually evaluating our operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible.
  • Minimise toxic emissions through the selection and use of its fleet and the source of its power requirement.
  • Actively promote recycling both internally and amongst its customers and suppliers.
  • Source and promote products to minimise the environmental impact of both production and distribution.
  • Meet or exceed all the environmental legislation that relates to our type of Company and business.
  • Use an accredited program to assist us with sustainably operating, to minimise ecological damage generated by our activities.


Our New Villas at The Samaya Seminyak

The rebuilt villas at Samaya Seminyak are already being used, and the feedback is very encouraging.

The new part of the property now consists of 30 rebuilt villas, of which 7 are Premium 'Royal Pavilions' located along the front & 23 Pool Villas.

The 22 Royal Courtyard villas, giving us now a compliment of 52 Villas.

The new AC lobby, split into two, one side set up as a reception area/lounge and the other side as a residents lounge bar/library.

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