Introducing the Balinese Bale'

Bale' is the Balinese term for a pavilion. The "Bale' Bengong" comprising four posts, a platform and hip roof, is used traditionally as a retreat from the heat of the day. The "Bale' Gede" using the same concept, is constructed with up to 12 posts and is used for ceremonies and banquets. They can be found in all parts of the Lessa Sundra Straits, including Bali, Lombok and neighbouring islands.

When finished with Alang-Alang roofing the Bale' is the centrepiece of any tropical garden or pool area. In western society uses for the bale' are only limited by imagination. For example, why not install a spa pool, or cover with cushions to create a simple shady resting place.

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    Michael S. Terrigal NSW

  • "I just wanted to say a huge thanks to Steve and his crew for the wonderful work they did erecting the Bali Style thatched hut by my pool. It looks absolutely amazing and everyone is thrilled to bits with it.

    We have already had several cocktails (or more! ) on our lounges and it's fantastic. We'll be recommending you to all our friends!"

    Helen G. Erina Hts NSW.