Galungan Ceremony

Galungan and Kuningan Day Galungan and Kuningan Day is the Hindu red-letter day commemorative by Balinese Hindu every six-month. Hindu people especially in Bali very enthusiastic welcome their holidays because on this day they do the pray as Balinese Hindu worshiping to the infinite (Ida Sang Hyang Widi Wasa) supremacy as this world creator. Galungan […]

Galungan Ceremony Read More »

Temple Ceremony

Hindu Temple Ceremony in Bali The word “Odalan” is believed to have come from the root word “Wedal” and one of its meanings is “birth”. “Odalan” is to use to describe a religious ceremony commonly held to mark the birth of a temple. This is usually the day when the temple buildings are blessed for

Temple Ceremony Read More »

Nyepi Day

Nyepi or quiet Day in Bali Nyepi is a balinese-hindu celebration (to celebrate new Caka year, a hindu calendar). However, everybody in bali, of all religions, do respect the nyepi day. Everybody participate in a way by not breaking the silence. On Nyepi day itself, every street is quiet – there are nobody doing their

Nyepi Day Read More »

Melasti Ceremony

Melasti Ceremony in Bali Melasti Ceremony is a Hindu religious ceremony to purify Bhuana Alit (small world) and Bhuana Agung (the universe). This ceremony is performed with a parade procession followed by thousand of Hindu people by bringing all the equipment ceremonies and the symbol of gods to the sea or other water sources that

Melasti Ceremony Read More »

Cremation Ceremony

Cremation Ceremony in Bali One of the most spectacular ceremonies in Bali is probably the cremation ceremony. In Balinese this ceremony is called Ngaben. Ofcourse, like any ceremony in Bali, the cremation ceremony’s size and spectacle depends on the importance of the deceased, and the money spend. While the poorest of the Balinese are buried,

Cremation Ceremony Read More »

Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan Island Bali Nusa Lembongan, a small island between Bali and Nusa Penida in Badung Strait, is the perfect holiday hideaway with few visitors and pristine un-spoilt beaches. A low, protected island about 11 km southeast of mainland Bali, measuring only four by three km and ringed with mangrove swamps, and palms and white

Nusa Lembongan Read More »

Penglipuran Village

Penglipuran Village the Native Balinese Tradition Penglipuran a traditional village, picturesque Balinese village, with a population of 750. The Penglipuran Heroes Monument was built here in commemoration of Cpt. Anak Agung Gde Mudita and his troops.This unique traditional village is located at the administrative village of Kubu about 5 kms from Bangli. It is became

Penglipuran Village Read More »

Barong Dance

Barong Dance Bali Balinese Dance is a unique and exciting artwork which can be performed to anybody because the Balinese Dance has the fantastic movement and action from the body including the eyes of the dancers. Moreover if the Balinese Gamelan (Balinese Instrument) goes along with the dance could make the audiences stare their eyes

Barong Dance Read More »

Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach Pecatu Bali Dreamland Beach is located in the area named Pecatu. Still in the southern island of Bali. Precisely, a few kilometers before Pura Uluwatu from the direction of Denpasar. Dreamland beach surrounded by cliffs that rise high, and surrounded by a fairly large rock around the coast or better known as Dreamland,

Dreamland Beach Read More »

Jatiluwih Rice Field

Jatiluwih Rice Field at Tabanan Regency Jatiluwih is located at the administrative area of Kecamatan Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, very closed to national park border of Mount Batukaru around 65 km from Denpasar. One can reach the village via the road leading from Denpasar to Bedugul, and in Pacung village, take the road to the left

Jatiluwih Rice Field Read More »

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top