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Bali Cultural Tours

10 Hours
From USD 20
Agent: Krisna Bali Private Tour
Bali Ubud Uluwatu Tour is a full day tour to Ubud Tegalalang and Uluwatu with best cheap rates. Ubu ...

5 Hours
From USD 30
Agent: Bali Private Tours
Cheap Rates Half Day Bali Uluwatu Tour. The Uluwatu Tour is a half day local sightseeing ...
4 Hours
From USD 35
Agent: Bali Private Tours
Kecak Dance Tour begins later in the afternoon as you will be taken in air conditioned transpor ...

Agent: Krisna Bali Private Tour
Barong Dance and Kintamani Tour in Bali offer a memorable and delightful tour of stunning parts of B ...
Agent: Unique Bali Tours
Cheap Besakih Temple Bali Private Tour: Full Day Private Tour in Bali Overview. The Besakih Temple ...
9 Hours
From USD 27
Agent: Unique Bali Tours
East Bali Private Tour to Karangasem offers best cheap rates of a full day tour in Bali visiting Tir ...

9 Hours
On Request
Agent: Krisna Bali Private Tour
Cheap East Bali Tour to Tirta Gangga Water Palace and Tenganan: Overview East Bali Tour is a full d ...
Agent: Unique Bali Tours
Kintamani Besakih Tour is a Bali private tour, offering a memorable and delightful tour of stunning ...

5 Hours
From USD 16
Agent: Unique Bali Tours
Tanah Lot Sunset Tour offers half day afternoon tour to Tanah Lot Temple with cheap rates and covers ...
5 Hours
From USD 21
Agent: Krisna Bali Private Tour
Ubud Private Tour offers cheap rates for a half day tour to the central part of Ubud Bali visiting t ...

5 Hours
From USD 21
Agent: Krisna Bali Private Tour
Ubud Tour and Barong Dance is a half day tour to Ubud visiting Tegunung Waterfall, Ubud Monkey fores ...

The Culture of Bali besides the tropical beauty of the smaller of the Indonesian islands, is undoubtedly what has continued to attract tourists to visit the island and has formed a thriving tourism industry. The Balinese are mainly a Hindu people although they follow a unique from of Balinese Hinduism that includes many spirits and gods that must constantly be appeased. The Balinese make daily offering to the gods outside their houses and places of work as well as in the shrines that are located high up in every building and in the temples. Even in the modern day there is no rush or corner cutting in Balinese rituals, offerings are generally small delicately woven trays made from banana leafs with spices flowers and incense often with a small amount of rice a coin or even a cigarette. These can found outside in high quantities although they obviously biodegrade. It is respectful to look out for these when walking round and avoid standing on them when possible but it is likely you will kick one accidentally at some point but do not worry as on offence is taken and it is an inevitable outcome that is expected. As far as the Balinese are concerned, when the offering is blessed it is the god’s in essence and the physical symbol is then irrelevant.

The Balinese visit 7 mother temples located around the island that must be undertaken by every Hindu in a certain week for each temple otherwise each family will have their own temple. Balinese ceremonies are not a rare sight to see as there are so many occasions not only on the calendar but also specific to the large extended families. There is a ceremony for marriage, for birth, for the 3 months after birth when the baby’s feet are allowed to touch the ground, after 6 months, wedding, deaths and any significant increase in business or after any even of any kind of significance to the family’s lives. The most interesting event on the Balinese calendar is the day of Nyepi which is effectively Balinese new years day when there is large party where people run down the streets with giant monster figures and make a hell of a racket in order to encourage the spirits to come down to the island, then the next day everyone shuts up their houses and no one is allowed out there house while the spirits walk the streets looking for signs of life. All windows must be boarded up and everyone is quiet. The spirits find nothing and decide not to bother checking the island again until next year and everyone comes back out to celebrate the New Year, an excellent time to be in Bali.

The Balinese culture is best witnessed in Ubud or in the water temple at Uluwatu, here you can see the performances and rituals that are powerful dark and compelling and highly interesting. The peaceful people of Bali really have an amazing culture that is incomparable to anywhere else in the world.