The origin of Tijili Hotel’s namesake comes from a traditional motif that represents one of the major deities within the Island of the Gods, particularly the prominent rice goddess, Dewi Sri, also renowned to be the symbol of prosperity and fertility. Over the centuries, Tijili also became known quite often as a type of Balinese Doll. The Tijili motif itself is often used in cultural occasions in Balinese ceremonial, and it is most often made from palm leaves, clay, janur and rice cakes. This motif has been reinterpreted in a modern form and logotype, influences by the traditional Balinese culture and modern ideas to reflect something fresh and different.
Tijili then incorporates another distinctive Balinese cultural identity—the Poleng, which is a chessboard pattern of alternating black and white squares. This pattern is still very widely used and is surely one of the most distinguished motif of Balinese fabric that symbolise the balance between good and evil.
With a strong root deeply seated in Balinese charming culture, The Tijili brand’s figures itself are reinterpreted in shapes which have similarity to the logotype. The entire look is completed with a new silhouette that gives it a fresh and contemporary soul reflecting Tijili identity.
In terms of design, Tijili Hotel in Seminyak & Benoa is built with a relaxed design, bearing bohemian sense of style which acts as a tribute to all things creative. Several keywords to look for here are authentic, charming, highly original and filled with original design elements and artwork.
Tijili is a pleasure to experience, with every corner opening up to new plays of texture, color and light with a unique hospitality experience unlike any other, so just drop on in and discover what everyone’s talking about. Tijili: Where Happiness Happens!