Balinese Wayang Kulit shadow play takes place as a part of temple celebrations or other religious gatherings. The purpose of the Wayang is to bless the occasion by inviting ancestral spirits to visit the location. Bountiful offerings are presented before, during, and after the performance, which may last from three to four hours. Balinese Wayang…

Bali Bird Park is the only bird park in Bali which is located in Gianyar regency arroud one hour from Nusa Dua area and about 30 minutes from Sanur. Encompassing two hectares of botanical landscape, the park provides sanctuary to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species. an innovative approach towards the display of rare and…

Jauk dance is a classical solo performance expressing the movements of a demon, Jauk is derived from a traditional play in which all the dancers, wearing frightening masks of the raksasa or demon type, enacted episodes from the Kawi versions of the Ramayana and Mahabharata Like the dramatic Baris. The harsh stare of the eyes,…

Galungan Day is one of the Hinduism biggest ceremony in Bali which is celebrated in every six month according to the Balinese calendar. At the Galungan Day the Balinese celebrate the victory of the good conquered the bad. In every villages in Bali, we can easily find line of decorated bamboo pool called “Penjor” which…

Bali is remains a tourism icon of Indonesia. In the midst of government efforts to pursue targets seven million of foreign tourists in 2010, a leading travel magazine based in New York, Travel & Leisure, awarded “World Best Island in Asia 2010” to the island resort, Bali The award presented in the “World’s Best Award 2010”…

The word “subak” was originally found in Kediri-East Java a Hindu Kingdom in 14th century and then brought to Bali by the Hinduism when this Kingdom was conquered by the Moslem and kept until nowadays. Subak is an organization of farmers in an area where rice fields are located to manage water to irrigate their…