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Special Event | Permaculture and Lunch with Rara Sekar

28 Oct 2022 09:00 - 12:00
IDR 450,000
Mana Earthly Paradise. Jl. Raya Sayan Banjar Mas, Gang Mas, Sayan, Ubud (Google Maps)

Experience a permaculture garden with our special guest Rara Sekar at Mana Earthly Paradise, Ubud. Natural canals weave across lush gardens, bringing fresh water in from the nearby rivers and the subak, which in turn give life to the greenery. There will be an opportunity to wander through the grounds and pick the vegetables and herbs for you to eat fresh that day. Also, you can enjoy a music performance in the middle of the garden by Hara, the latest solo music project of Rara Sekar.

Dapatkan pengalaman permakultur bersama bintang tamu spesial kami Rara Sekar di Mana Earthly Paradise, Ubud. Saluran irigasi alami berkelok-kelok melintasi kebun yang rimbun, membawa air segar dari sungai terdekat dan subak, yang pada akhirnya memberi kehidupan pada tanaman. Anda akan berkesempatan untuk berjalan-jalan di kebun dan memetik sayuran dan rempah-rempah untuk Anda makan segar di hari itu. Anda juga dapat menikmati pertunjukan musik di tengah kebun bersama Hara, sebuah proyek musik solo terbaru dari Rara Sekar.

Includes welcome drink, lunch set, and green juice


Rara Sekar

Rara Sekar is an independent musician, researcher, and educational activist with a Masters in Cultural Anthropology from Victoria University of Wellington. As a musician, Rara has been involved in the …

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