Inspired by Indonesia’s traditional healing heritage; Kayumanis Resto Jimbaran presents a menu of herbal tonics known as jamu. Prepared from fresh ingredients such as plants, roots, leaves and fruit, jamu is believed to enhance personal beauty and address a wide range of health issues. These drinks do not contain any artificial additives.
As the sunny months of summer have come to an end for people living in the northern hemisphere, it is now time to start preparing for cooler weather conditions. Although Bali is a tropical island, the locals often feel a little chilly especially when they get caught in the rain. Our Spa Manager, Ms. Nengah Supadmi shares a few traditional remedies using natural ingredients to help warm the body inside and out.
As the only Hindu enclave in the entire Indonesian archipelago, the island of Bali has its own distinct culinary culture. There is the everyday food that is typically eaten at home as well as the more elaborate dishes to accompany ceremonial occasions.
In celebration of the slow food movement and upholding local traditions, Chef Wayan Budi from Kayumanis Sanur is sharing his own recipe for Klepon Waluh. This is a delicious dessert of pumpkin dumplings filled with palm sugar and served with grated coconut. Bursting with flavour, these bite-sized morsels of goodness go exceptionally well with a cup of aromatic Balinese coffee.