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Usefull articles about Bali
Find out some usefull articles about Bali (people, local, customs, tradition, culture etc.) and also other information you need to know before travelling to Bali.
- Nyepi - The Balinese day of Silence
Every religion or culture all over the world has their own way to define and celebrate their new year based on their own calendar system. While most people in the world use the Gregorian calendar and celebrate their New Year on January 1st in revelry, Balinese use Saka calendar and celebrate their New Year in silence in a day which is called Nyepi day...
- Ogoh-ogoh Parade
Ogoh-ogoh are statues built for the Pengrupukan parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali, Indonesia. Ogoh-ogoh normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons. As with many creative endeavours based on Balinese Hinduism, the creation of Ogoh-ogoh represents spiritual aims inspired by Hindu philosophy...
Indonesia visa laws change frequently so always check the latest situation before travelling. All visitors must have a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date of arrival, and have proof of onward or return passage...
- The Rice of Bali
The mountain lakes, the gentle climate and the volcano-enriched soils of Bali are ideally suited for the growing of rice (Oryza sativa). Although some of the islands’ rice-farming land is being converted to other uses, terraced ricefields are still the dominant feature of the rural landscape, and the cult and cultivation of rice remain much as they were in Neolithic times...