Things You Need To Know When You Stay in Bali During Nyepi

I think some of you already know that March 25th is Nyepi Day. On this sacred day, Hindus will do a Catur Brata Penyepian or four abstinence, i.e. Amati Karya (no working), Amati Lelungan (no traveling), Amati Geni (no fire or light), and Amati Lelanguan (no having fun). Nyepi in Bali has its impression for tourists. The streets will be quiet, and at night it will be pitch dark because there is no light. Usually, before celebrating Nyepi there will be some traditional activities that you can enjoy. For example Melasti activities and Ogoh-ogoh parade activities. Ogoh Ogoh Parade is highly expected by the Balinese themselves and tourists. Ogoh-Ogoh is … Read more

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Come & Experience The Madness of Tipsy Tea at Azul Beach Club

Changing the face of lifestyle in Legian-Bali, Azul Beach Club offers a full-fledged beach experience day and night. Azul Beach Club offers an eclectic beachfront dining & leisure experience in the exotic settings of the bamboo tree house. The beach club features Bali’s First Tiki Bar, adults-only rooftop infinity pool with sun loungers and private dining terraces overlooking the turquoise beach during the day and also Bali’s most picturesque sunset. Set to become the Legian-Bali premier lifestyle destination, Azul Beach Club determines to provide a memorable tropical holiday experience and has prepared the fun way to enjoy the legendary sunset of Bali with Tipsy Tea. Imagine a high tea, but … Read more

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Bali Events Calendar 2020 : March

For anyone planning on visiting Bali, consider coming around this particular time of year for an insight into the beautiful local culture. Melasti 21-23 March 2020 Melasti is one of Hindu religious ceremony which will be done 2 to 4 days before Nyepi. This is a part of self-purification conducted by Balinese Hindus before Bali New Year. The ritual also purifies the sacred objects or all religious tools (Pratima). From 21-23 March you will see Balinese women will carry offering that made from cake, fruits, and flower while the men will carry sacred object or Pratima accompanied by a particular umbrella which is called as “Tedung” heading to rivers, lakes, or beaches. … Read more

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