Mekar Bhuana

Family Based Gamelan and Dance Centre


Find out who we are and what we do!


Join our in-depth workshops led by English-speaking experts, including a native English-speaking ethnomusicologist. With our skilled team, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of the art-forms, beyond just practice. Our interactive sessions include PowerPoint presentations, videos, and local practitioner demonstrations. Experience hands-on learning in gamelan or dance, or both. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Balinese music and dance today!

Note that since our centre is family based, we don’t accept walk-ins. All bookings need to be made at least two weeks in advance via email.

Take private or group lessons with an expert instructor either at our centre or remotely.

Take a private or group* two-, three- or four-hour workshop with two experts either at our centre or remotely.

If you are thinking of creating or doing a study abroad from your country, you can take a cultural immersion program at our centre.

Choose from the available classes including Semara Pagulingan, Palegongan and Angklung 


A family based centre, Mekar Bhuana is attached to our home and focussed around our garden, pavilion and studio areas.

These are some of the facilities and features at Mekar Bhuana:


We have more than 25 gamelan sets at Mekar Bhuana, with 21 at Mekar Bhuana in Bali and four at Mekar Bhuana Aotearoa in New Zealand.


Find out about our completed, current and planned projects as well as how you can help

We are currently restoring Gender Wayang set #5 which consists of four instruments, but keys only as the original casings no longer exist.

We are in the process of trying to get funding to embark on a restoration project of a historic Javanese gamelan with Chinese connections and rare pakurmatan-style instruments that dates back to the early 1800s.

Our extensive portfolio.

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