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  • Bali Beaches
    No two beaches in Bali are the same. You can enjoy the busy city beaches of Kuta with a bar only a few steps away, to enjoy a relaxing drink on beach bean bags, also in the south of Bali there are a wide mix of bays, c...
  • Bali Temples
    Bali is not just beaches, waterfalls and rice paddies. It is home to some of the most beautiful temples in the world. The temples are a very important part of Balinese culture and a great way to understanding positive ...
  • Bali Trekking
    Bali Trekking   Highlights:   Tours: Want to find out more or arrange a trip to Bali: Your Name Your Email Subject...
  • Ubud
    Far from the boisterous beach party scene of Kuta, in the central region of this remarkable little island, lies Ubud - the cultural centre of Bali. Surrounded by lush, terraced rice paddies, and exquisite temples, Ubud...

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Airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport

Local Language: Bahasa Indonesia

Fun Fact: Nyepi day is Bali day of silence. This unique festival is only celebrated on Bali. The whole island is shut down, no travel, no lights or technology and the whole island fast for 24 hours.

Nyepi Day

Nyepi, the Balinese New Year, is an unusual New Year Celebration. Instead of celebrating the New Year with fireworks and noisemakers, the deeply devout Balinese celebrate Nyepi in silence.

As the sun sets on the day before Nyepi, Balinese converge on the main crossroad of their respective villages in a raucous celebration known as Pengerupukan, where villagers in Bali carry ogoh-ogoh (monsters) symbolizing evil spirits that burden people's lives.

On the day of Nyepi itself, the Balinese stop all their activities, turn off all lights, refrain from entertainment, and fast the whole day. The silence of Nyepi is supposed to fool evil spirits, who will think the island is uninhabited and leave Bali in peace.

During Nyepi, tourists are requested to stay in their hotels for the whole day. Activity only picks up on the day after Nyepi, the day known as Ngembak Geni, as Balinese meet up to seek forgiveness from each other.

May to September when it is dry and sunny.
The wet season has occasional heavy rain but it won’t spoil your trip.

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