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Kecak Dance in Bali Accompanied by the Waves Music27 July 2017
When the end of the day comes, hue of the sky gradually changes and turns dark. There are only the lights of torch lighting up the spacious stage in the field. Magical aura exuded by some temples around the Tanah Lot tourist object is getting more perceived easily. As if...

Benoa Harbor in Bali Island Upgrades Cruise Facilities11 July 2017
State-owned harbor management company PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) III Benoa is upgrading its facilities to accommodate the arrival of luxury liners to its premise in Benoa, Bali Island.
The company’s general manager, told journalists that after he attended a sales mission in Miami, Florida, in early March, that Indonesia had...

History of Kecak Dance in Bali Island Indonesia18 June 2017
Balinese people are indeed immensely creative. When I Ketut Maria was sitting in the rice field, his eyes suddenly gazed at bird eating rice. Based on the inspiration, he then composed the naughty and flirty Terompong Dance. On another occasion, this artist sat down in the park. He watched beetles...

Bali Island of Endless Festivals Island3 September 2008

Having organized an elaborate arts festival last June-July, on this 20 August 2008 the Balinese community (Hindu) celebrate their solemn Galungan Festival. It denotes a festival of the earth lasting for ten days. All villages throughout Bali Island will become merry and bright. Prayers and the scent of incense combine...

Release Stress at Rice Field in Bali Island5 May 2017
Rice field is like a seasonal stunning canvas. Sometimes, it looks green and on other occasion, it changes into golden yellow. It looks beautifully wavy when blown by calming wind. In harmony with the growth of paddy, Balinese farmers put some artistic works for their paddy. It is not only...

A Journey into the History and Mystery of Bali18 February 2017
Undeniably, bliss or happiness has become a dream and destination of most people. Career and material achievement are the bridge to reach it. However, when arriving at the height of these, sometimes people encounters there is something lost. Ultimately, they travel to several parts of the world to look for...

Temple in Bali Holiday Island30 January 2017
Bali has an estimated 20.000 temples found in villages, seashores, rice fields and in the mountains. All “Pura” (temple) are oriented from “kaja” (mountain) direction to “kelod” (ocean) with secondary shrines located in the “kangin” (sunrise) direction. Each Balinese village has three primary temples. The Pura Puseh (temple of origin)...

Otonan as Bali Birthday Ritual30 September 2016
Month by month has gone by and another year is coming. Time is so significant to humans when he performs action and writes down his story of life. When having arrived at certain point, he may need a short break for an introspection and commemoration of a beautiful moment in...

Values Behind the Calender to Balinese Life12 September 2016
Just imagine if all the times are the same or have no different significance, it will be useless to make division into 24 hours a day. If all days are the same, there is no need to make seven days a week and goes on. When there is no time...

Bali Island as Tourist Destination25 February 2016
Every fast developing tourist destination in the word has tow side to its blades. The first area and surely the most popular one, is known as mass tourism places such as Kuta or Seminyak. Everyone who has stayed in Bali will have experienced at least one of these area, we...

Bali Gambelan Music Instrument Maker3 August 2015
Tihingan village is one of the villages in Klungkung Regency, Bali being renowned as the central producer of traditional gambelan musical instrument. On that account, the buyer or gambelan player from various region in Bali, even outside the region, often come to this central producer of gambelan in Bali.

According...

Beratan Lake in Bedugul Tabanan Bali16 June 2015
Beratan Lake is shallow lake with the high caldera about 1231 m above sea level and it is located at Bedugul, the famous tourist destination in Bali. This lake have wide 3,8 km2 and also its deepness is up 22 meters. The water volume in this lake is about 0,049...

Badung Regency in Bali Island9 February 2015
When viewed on the map of the island of Bali, the shape of Badung Regency resembles a kriss dagger. To Balinese people, especially the Badung Regency, kriss is a weapon. This weapon was used y the King of Badung to strunggle against the Dutch colonial during Puputan Badung War 1906....

Nyepi or Silence Day as New Year Celebration in Bali27 November 2014
The world celebrates New Year, mostly follows the regular Gregorian calendar, but there are a handful of cultures and religions that use different measurement, for example the Chinese New Year of Muharam (the Islamic New Year),

Most of them are celebrated in a festival and extravagant ambience, but in Bali,...

About Bali Island Indonesia18 November 2014
Bali is one of the 34 provinces of the Republic of Indonesia and has become the prime holiday destination in Indonesia as well as one of the major holiday destinations for international tourists. The island is located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Island, lying between Java to...

Denpasar City Bali5 September 2014
When you visiting Bali, and eager to know about Balinese daily activity, it worth visiting Denpasar City as the capital city of Bali Province located just about 30 minutes drive from Kuta or Nusa Dua or 15 minutes drive from Sanur. Denpasar City as economic, culture, government, business center offers...

Sanur Village Fest Starts Soon16 August 2014
Morning of The World is the theme for the 9th Sanur Village Festival which will be held from 20 August 2014 at the Maisonette Area off Segara Beach, Sanur.

Sanur Beach Festival 2014 will feature fun and exciting activities to cater to all crowds and includes environmental programs, a festival...

Banjar Hot Spring North Bali1 August 2014
On entering the Eid al-Fitr holidays, the Banjar hot spring drew domestic and foreign travelers to enjoy the warm water attraction located at Banjar village, Buleleng, North Bali.

Hundreds of visitors seemed to coming in the three pool areas located at the Banjar hot spring bath. Each visitor is charged...

Many Legal Tender in Bali14 March 2014
The Balinese se money under the name of artha (wealth), as one of the four recognized goals of Balinese life, together with pleasure (kama), virtue (dharma), and moksa (liberation). Thus, one should, indeed, strive for money, as well as for pleasure, but always within the limits of property. Wealth does...

Bali Cake Worth to Testing While Holiday in Bali Holiday Island27 November 2013
Twenty years ago every warung kopi offered a selection of tasty little cakes, and almost every girl knew how to make them. Now even in the back country lanes, the warungs offer only plastic-wrapped bread rolls and mass-produced snacks, with nary a dusting of fresh coconut in sight. Bali’s unique...

School Close in Bali During Galungan and Kuningan Holiday24 October 2013
Series of Galungan and Kuningan feasts, the students in Bali got holiday for totally two weeks. They were expected to fill in the holiday with a variety of useful activities. At the very least, the holiday feast could be used as a strategic moment to transform cultural and religious values...

Ngulapin A Ceremony After Accident in Bali30 September 2013
The Ngulapin is a ritual performed by Balinese priest to calm the distressed souls of those who have been befallen by accidents and bad fortune.

As though the traffic on Bali was not bad enough, occasionally you must suddenly swerve or screech to a halt lest you run over a...

Tanah Lot Temple in Tabanan Regency Bali13 September 2013
There are few places in Bali more pictured and more picturesque than Tanah Lot Temple. Lying on the coast in the shadow of western mountains, the temple is located in Tabanan Regency, less than 1 hour’s drive from Kuta or Seminyak. A magnificent sight, it sits on a rocky spur...

Walter Spies Spent His Life in Bali4 August 2013
In talking about Balinese traditional art, the name Walter Spies can not be forgotten. His role was very important toward the flourishing of arts, particularly the painting and performing arts. For instance, the Kecak dance is now preferred by local and international tourists. This dance obtained a dancing composition touch...

Bali Calender of Events1 May 2013
Bali Rent Car.net gladly inform event schedule that will be running during this 2013. Plan your trip to Bali and visit them with our car rental service either self drive or with Bali tour driver. Hope this event calendar will help you to plan your itinerary during in Bali.

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Principal Tourist Area in Bali19 April 2013

CANDI DASA
In eastern Bali, this newly developed area brings life to a former small village. A quiet, laid- back atmosphere gives quick access to a number of sights.

DENPASAR
The capital of Bali, this sprawling town has an interesting museum, shops, and art galleries.

KINTAMANI
Bali’s own...

Ngaben Bali Cremation10 Desember 2012
The Balinese community practicing Hinduism has distinctive implementation of cremation ceremony. This ceremony is intended to respect the ancestors.

NGABEN cremation ceremony or sometimes called pelebon for those who passed away is considered very important, bustling and vibrant because with the ceremony a family will be able to release the...

New Book of Adrian Vickers About Balinese Painting3 October 2012
Bali having a diversity of art and culture often becomes an object of research, where one of which is the Balinese painting. Diversity and uniqueness of Balinese painting makes Adrian Vickers, a professor in Southeast Asian Studies and Director of the Australian Center for Asian Art and Archaeology at the...

Gallivanting Show on Galungan and Kuningan Festivity 5 September 2011
One of those traditions is the timeless Ngelawang or gallivanting show. Modernization has reached all nooks and crannies of the country including Bali. However, certain traditions remain to survive under the scour of era. One of those traditions is the timeless Ngelawang or gallivanting show.

Atmosphere of this tradition stays...

Bajra Sandhi as Monumen Struggle of Bali People17 September 2011
When visiting Bali Island, do not miss to visit Bali People Struggle Monumen as a part of Denpasar City Tour. This monument common called Monumen Bajra Sandhi located at Renon, Denpasar where many government offices located, take about 30 minutes drive from Kuta or Denpasar Airport, from Sanur just about...

Petitenget Temple in Seminyak Bali9 August 2011
Petitenget Temple and Beach is situated at Batubelig Hamlet, Kerobokan Customary Village, North Kuta Sub district. To reach the location, visitors can ride motorcycle from Denpasar in a westerly direction and then southwards with approximately 10 km or northwards from Kuta along the Jalan Raya Seminyak, take about 25 minutes...

Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest in Tabanan Bali30 March 2011
On having an excursion to Alas Kedaton tourist object, we can watch the amusing behavior of monkeys and flying fox hanging on trees or fertility of forest providing food for the residents.

When exploring this tourist object, we can also fell the sanctity aura of the DalemKedaton temple having the...

Dive Sites in East of Bali Island27 March 2011
friendly people. Here can find peace and quiet, enjoy great the beach, Amed offers an excellent site for training dives. It has a flat bottom lagoon for instruction and a coral reef only 5 minutes swim away.

Just a few kilometers from Tulamben is Amed, Bali 's main east coast...

Five Best Sunset Spot in Bali13 March 2011
Come to Bali, the beautiful island with rich of its culture, tradition and unique way of life. Bali Island has many tourists spot with fascinating and breathtaking view. Bellow, some of the best spot to enjoy beautiful sun set on the island:

Jimbaran

Hills, bay, or pristine white-sandy beach,...

Social System in Bali10 February 2011
Four social systems bind the Balinese together the clean systems (dadia), the stratifications system (kasta), the community system (banjar), and the interest and working group system (seka). The dadia system encompasses the combined extended families and all the ancestors. In this relationship, family members are periodicallyband together in one place...

Bali Dance Imitating the Movement of Nature29 November 2010
Here the dancers are analogized to animals arranged and governed entirely by the shepherd namely the Supreme God. On that account, any movements of the dancers are not entirely derived from themselves, but their partial movements are inspired by God.

As result, the dance will have a magical or spiritual...

Great Interest of Foreigners to Learn Balinese Dance18 August 2010
Balinese arts are widely admired overseas. Many foreigners learn the art of dancing or the traditional Balinese gamelan music. Being unsatisfied with the lesson there, they ultimately came to the art resources to get the original in accordance with the supporting community. It is one of the reasons for foreigners...

Taman Ayun Temple Bali24 July 2010
Pura Taman Ayun is a beautifully appointed temple, with its own surrounding moat, in the village at Mengwi, 18 kilometers west of Denpasar Bali, take about 1 hour drive from Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali. The history of this temple is closely associated with the beginning of the Kingdom of Mengwi,...

Bali Arts Festival Presenting 9 Foreign Art Troupes from Seven Countries12 June 2010
The 32hc Bali Arts Festival (BAF) 2010 will last a month beginning from June 12 until July 10. Nine foreign arts troupes coming from seven countries (Japan, America, Canada, India, Korea, Sweden and Belgium) are likely to appear on the annual arts event. In addition to art performances, those foreign...

Indonesia Launches Biometric Verification for Border Control2 May 2010
The Directorate General of Immigration at the Department of Law and Human Rights in Indonesia, locally known as Imigrasi, announced the rollout by SITA of a border control system that includes biometrics capture at 27 of the nation’s air and sea ports.

The system, SITA iBorders, will significantly improve Indonesia’s...

Pagerwesi Holiday in Bali3 March 2010
Striving for Goodness and Purity, the Balinese Celebrate Pagerwesi Day. On Wednesday, March 2, 2010, Balinese Hindus marked Pagerwesi Day - a day intended to enhance dedication to God and safeguard the world.

Occurring every 210 days, Pagerwesi Day is celebrated in conjunction with Saraswati Day which fell earlier, on...

Balinese Herbal For Childcare13 November 2009
In harmony with modern life, people tend to take something more practical. Advancement of science and technology has enabled this and it is triggered by time efficiency. Healthcare, for instance, has improved the quality of human life significantly. When life is made easier, looking back to the past healings is...

How Balinese Eulogize Knowledge3 August 2009
The knowledge is significant for life, but it cannot be misused. The Balinese Hindu possess of specific way to eulogize knowledge. Every six month, according to Hindu’s calendar, the Balinese celebrates Saraswati Holy Day, the reveal of knowledge.

Saraswati Holy Day or also called with Piodalan Sang HyangAji Saraswati that...

Balinese Making Arts Creativity5 June 2009
Your holiday to Bali will be more special this month. Apart from enjoying the nature of Bali and interacting with its inhabitants, you can also watch the Bali Arts Festival (BAF) that takes place for a month. This annual event has been performed for the past 31 years.

This activity,...

Tanah Lot Temple Bali Everyday Vivid with Tourist27 April 2009
It appears that the Tanah Lot temple and tourist attraction, which has been described as one of the popular tourist attraction around the globe, is no exaggeration, according to a recent survey. Aside from the panoramic sunset view and magnificent temple in the sea, it is also supported by the...

Bali Spa Tour2 April 2009
Balinese people have used traditional medicines and remedies before and after the emergence of modern drugs. Mothers for example would apply boreh medicine to keep their children’s temperature down. Boreh is a composite made of rice and kencur (Kaempforia galanga) chewed by mothers to a mild paste and rubbed on...

The Great Ceremony Panca Wali Krama at Besakih Temple6 March 2009
The great ceremony of Panca Bali Krama, which is held once every ten years, will be held on Wednesday 25 March 2009. This ceremony will be conducted in Bali’s Mother Temple, Pura Besakih in Karangasem Regency. The preparation of this ceremony has been conducted for months and the series of...

Bali Nature Tour As A Way To Explore Bali20 Feb 2009
Bali not only offers beautiful beaches like Kuta, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Medewi and Lovina but also breathtaking views of rivers surrounded by a captivating landscape of terraced fields, lush green hills and valleys. For those who would like to combine health and tourism, trekking, cycling and rafting are attractive...

Bali Writings10 February 2009
In this era of technology, Balinese people still maintain the ancient tradition of writing lontar (made of palm leaf). Balinese people who learn arts are so proud when they can both write and read spiritual knowledge in the form of lontar. This can clearly be seen from the members of...

Kuta Beach Bali crowded again16 November 2008

Kuta beach, one of the most favorite tourist sites in Bali, started to look packed on Wednesday, November 12th 2008, after quiet for the last few days. Even tough the number of tourists not as crowded as before, but tourists already started to surf or sun bath on the beach.

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God day or bad day in Bali Calender30 October 2008

In the repository of Balinese knowledge, there is a way to identify the nature of any day - evil and beneficial, ala ayuning dewasa. It is called wariga, and not everyone can master it since it involves spiritually and physically pure conduct. No wonder then that mastery can...

Coffee that break the meeting8 October 2008

Coffee usually always starts your day in the morning and accompanies meals or for breaks at a meeting. Why? Because meetings at all times, are completed with a ‘coffee break’ and also accompanied by a ‘tea break’ as an alternative. It does not only indulge the tongue but also relieve...

Kuta Karnival is back again 18 until 26 October 200817 September 2008

Graha Wicaksana, the head of Community Development Institution of Kuta, Bali’s famous beach resort, announced the return of Kuta Karnival, scheduled for nine days from 18 until 26 October 2008. Initially, this event was established and organized as a response to the terrorist blast that devastated the island of Bali...

Cows in Bali as home farming3 September 2008

In Bali there is a lot of home farming. Most of the people have cows, pigs, and chicken at home. The cow is usually fed by the farmer, the pig by the housewife and the chicken by any family member. In this article we focus on the cow; which is...

OTONAN - Balinese birthdays as one of holiday in Bali15 July 2008

Most rituals in Bali are held in open and public arenas where visitors can easily observe but there are also ritual activities held frequently in domestic spheres which are observe by and participated in by only immediate family members. Although these are not closed ceremonies, they are not usually observed...

About Balinese Name20 May 2008

Can you imagine community of three million people, men and women, only adopting four available names, Jack, Jill, John or Jean as their first name? Easy to remember maybe, but would not it be very confusing? It happens in Bali. How often have you experienced this: You can’t differentiate one...

Shopping Tips in Bali19 May 2008

Kuta’s ‘in-your-face’ style does not appeal to every shopper, but fortunately Bali caters to all parts of the spectrum. Those who do not feel up to facing the Kuta jungle can opt instead to patronize the village-style markets in Ubud and Sanur, the up market boutiques in Seminyak, or the...

Bali Propose 3 to 4 Months Visas18 May 2008

The Bali Tourism Board (BTB) in a working meeting suggested that the government extend its visa to 3 - 4 months, and increase numbers of countries enjoying a temporary visa as an attempt to lure more foreign guests and tourists to Indonesia as well as Bali. The proposal is one...

Bali Tourism Still Depend on Air Transportation26 April 2008

The arrival of foreign tourists in Bali still depends on air transportation. Based on the data of the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Bali, there were 99.83 percent of foreign tourists who traveled to Bali in April 2007 by using air transportation. Meanwhile, only 0, 17 percent of foreigners used...

Medewi Beach, Another Bali Surfing Beach14 April 2008

It wasn’t for the big sign announcing its presence as you come up over a rise, driving west along the Jembrana coast, you’d never know it was there. Medewi lies in the middle of Bali’s most sparsely populated and least developed district, the far-off regency of Jembrana 75 kilometers from...

Bali Barong Dance7 April 2008

The barong that bushy-tailed, bulging-eyed beast is one of Bali’s greatest cultural hits. As a jet-set visitor to the “island of the God”, you know to creature as the winsome hero of the barong dance or as the confounded cause of some interminable traffic snarl. Indeed, you should be most...

Bali Golf Course, Five Star Golf7 April 2008

They say the three most important aspects to as sure the success of a new business are “location, location and location”. Well if indeed that was true back in 1991 then the construction of the Bali Golf and Country Club right in the heart of the luxury five-star resort area...

Ngaben or Cremation Ceremony for Bali Hinduism6 April 2006

The ngaben, or cremation ceremony, is central to Bali Hinduism. The Balinese believe that burning the remains of the deceased in a cleansing fire will both return the elements of the body to earth and release the soul to enter heaven. An ngaben so vital to the well-being of the...

Pennies from Heaven (Chinese Coin)1 April 2008

Distinctive Chinese coins with a small square hole in the middle have been the basic unit of currency in East Asia for almost two thousand years. In Bali these “pennies” took on an integral role not only in trade and commerce, but in true Bali style they became an indispensable...

Bali Needs to Protect Its ARCHITECTURAL TREASUREMarch 15, 2008

According to the Asta Kosala Kosali manuscripts, all architectural structures, as microcosmic units, should reproduce the tripartite order or both the world and the human body. Every building and compound thus has a head, a body and a lower body (genitalia, bowels and legs), corresponding to the gods, humans and...

The Bali Craftsmen’s Road3 March 2008
BATUBULAN VILLAGE

Stone-carving is as much a part of Bali’s culture as temple festivals and gamelan. Much of it is produced in this village just north of Denpasar. Batubulan is where the Balinese come to shop for a pair of demons to guard the threshold of their temple, hire a...

Balinese Dance and Culture1 March 2008

Balinese society has no reason to worry about the future of its arts and culture because, nowadays, many Balinese children like to learn the performing arts; particularly dance, traditional gamelan music, literary chanting, Balinese pop songs, and shadow puppetry. Rather than a method of opening the way to become professional...

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