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7 Fabulous Ideas For Mother’s Day In Bali

7 Fabulous Ideas For Mother’s Day In Bali

"I LOVE MY MOTHER" Show your mom your love and devotion this Sunday with these 7 amazing Mother's Day Ideas Where will we be without our Mothers? We showcase our love and devotion to her in every little way we can, but especially on Mother's Day, which falls on the second Sunday of May every year, we celebrate her...

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Bali’s 7 Most Beautiful Hidden Beaches

Bali’s 7 Most Beautiful Hidden Beaches

Bali's Hidden Beaches: 7 Hidden Gems to Discover Last week in our Bali Beach series, we shared with you 6 of Bali's most popular sun and surf spots. This week, we want to take you the quieter, lesser-known beaches that are hidden all over South Bali. These beaches are blessedly quiet and peaceful, with fewer crowds and...

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Bali’s 6 Most Popular Sun & Surf Spots

Bali’s 6 Most Popular Sun & Surf Spots

Bali's Most Popular Beaches: 6 Favourite Sun & Surf Spots What are your plans this weekend? If anything, any weekend activity should involve soaking up the sun and sundowning on one of Bali's delightful sandy beaches. But which one? Here in the first part of our Bali Beach series, we're highlighting the beaches that made Bali world-famous...

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Why Do We Celebrate Nyepi Day?

Why Do We Celebrate Nyepi Day?

The History, Purpose, and Celebration of Nyepi Day We know that Nyepi Day is an important day for the Balinese Hindus. This particular Balinese celebration is so unique that it is the only one of its kind in the entire world. But today we want to go deeper – why do we celebrate Nyepi Day?...

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Nyepi Day Bali 2018 – Where To Stay?

Nyepi Day Bali 2018 – Where To Stay?

Nyepi Day, or Day of Silence, marks the start of the Hindu New Year in the Balinese Saka calendar. It is a day of complete silence where the Balinese spend the day fasting and resting in contemplation and meditation. It is observed from 6am to 6am the following day. The entire island goes into total...

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” Sapuh Leger ” – A Balinese Cleansing Ritual on Tumpek Wayang

” Sapuh Leger ” – A Balinese Cleansing Ritual on Tumpek Wayang

" Sapuh Leger " A Purification Ceremony For Those Born During Tumpek Wayang Tumpek Wayang is unique ceremony that is held to thank the Gods for the creation of arts and all forms of creative expressions related to the arts. On this day, offerings and prayers are presented to musical instruments, shadow puppets and the...

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Tips for ‘ First Time in Bali ‘

Tips for ‘ First Time in Bali ‘

First Time in Bali? Everyone is already knew about Bali Island. Yes, we can say like that, because Bali is well-known around the world for its beaches, arts, cultures, traditions, people, and many more. Become the No. 1 Top Destination in the world in Travelers' Choice by TripAdvisor, Bali turns into a fantasy place where...

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Australia Day: 5 Best Parties You Don’t Want To Miss!

Australia Day: 5 Best Parties You Don’t Want To Miss!

Alaya Resort Ubud Celebrate Australia Day this 26th January 2018 at Petani Restaurant at Alaya Resort Ubud! Enjoy a fun-filled day in the heart of Bali's cultural and artistic centre at this award-winning restaurant and feast on Aussie Prime Beef Tenderloin along with a complimentary bottle of beer for only IDR 225K++ per person. HAPPY...

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‘ Ngurek ‘ – Bali’s Most Extreme Tradition

‘ Ngurek ‘ – Bali’s Most Extreme Tradition

'Ngurek' – Bali's Most Extreme For many, Bali's unique and mystifying culture is reason enough to travel thousands of miles to this beautiful island for a one-of-a-kind experience. While enjoying everything that the island has to offer, most tourists would flock to see the famously popular and enticing Barong Dance, Kecak Dance or the Cendrawasih Dance,...

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Philosophy of Balinese ‘Tri Datu’

Philosophy of Balinese ‘Tri Datu’

Philosophy of Balinese 'Tri Datu' If you look closely at the Balinese people, you may see that they wearing a unique bracelet with three different colours namely Red, White, and Black. That bracelet is 'Tri Datu' yarn. Balinese people are wearing Tri Datu a form of accessories. But actually, Tri Datu has deeper meaning and...

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