Bali Corporate Mental Health Resort
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The picturesque island of Bali is part of the Indonesian archipelago, a chain of 17,000 islands strung across the Indian Ocean. Those with a taste for the exotic can explore stunning tropical rain forests, misty mountain peaks, emerald green rice paddies, vibrant coral reefs and dramatic coastal scenery.
Sublime scenery aside, you will also discover a unique and remarkable beauty in the strong spiritual and cultural traditions of Bali Dewata, which literally translates as Bali ‘Island of the Gods.’ Vibrant religious ceremonies are rich in symbolism and pageantry and the streets are often filled by long colourful processions. Women gracefully balance elaborate offerings of fruit and flowers on their heads as they make their way to the temples.
Thousands of ornate temples dot the island, from small ancestral temples in family compounds, to majestic sea temples that cling to towering limestone cliffs. Bali’s soaring mountains and volcanoes are thought to be the abode of the gods, and the temples set high on the mountain slopes boast panoramic backdrops that are places of pilgrimage – especially during elaborate full moon ceremonies.
The staff at The Place will be happy to tell you more about local ceremonies and customs, of which there are many. If you are fortunate enough to be here during the bi-annual Galungan festival – which celebrates the victory of good over evil – you will see Bali at its most beautiful . At this time the island is adorned with penjor – ornamental bamboo poles decorated with rice, fruit and coconuts, symbolising the blessings of mother nature.
For the Balinese, the path to wellbeing is defined in the philosophy of Tri Hita Karana – maintaining good relations with God, good relations with people and good relations with nature. Harmony is achieved by keeping the balance between forces of darkness and light – through prayer, ceremony and offerings to the gods and spirits.
Surya Husadha General Hospital 33 min drive
Puri Raharja General Hospital 37 min drive
Bali royal hospital 34 min
Ngurah Rai International Airport 29 min drive
Seminyak Beach 3 min drive
Uluwatu Temple 41 min drive
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary 57 min drive
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple 1 hr 22 min drive
Mount Batur 1 hr 58 min drive