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8 Things Why Balinese’s Day of Silence Saves Human

A giant puppet symbolizing demon (Bhuta Kala) is paraded around village on Nyepi Eve (one night before Balinese’s Day of Silence). At the end of parade, Ogoh-ogoh will be burnt to represent a banishment of evil spirit.   Have you ever experienced Earth Hour? Congratulations to those people around the world who are willing to.. read more »

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Events and Festivals in Bali in 2015

(Tourists/expats carrying Ogoh ogoh for the festival the day before Nyepi, Photo: pinterest.com) Every year, there are always many events and festivals happening in Bali, from the religious ones to the modern ones. Some people come to Bali not only to see the nature, experience the culture, but also to see and attend some festivals.. read more »

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5 Things You Might Not Know about Nyepi in Bali

Nyepi Day, or the day of silence in Bali this year falls on 28 March 2017, or exactly on the last date of the month. Balinese Hindu will flock beaches days before the day to clean the earth with offerings and prayers, while at night, the ogoh-ogoh parade will live up and ignite the island.. read more »

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Experience the Balinese New Year (Nyepi) at The Bene Hotel

In the world history, it may only Bali that celebrates its new year by stopping its entire activity in a day full. There is no lavish party on celebrating a new year; instead it’s in total silence for 24 hours. No vehicles are allowed on the road, no activities, and no lights in the night.. read more »

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