Bali Island is a beautiful island blessed by the unique local cultures, hospitality of the people, strong customs, religions and stunning panoramas. From this fact, Bali has a very strong appeal for everyone to visit the island and make this island as the most tourist destinations in the world. Bali is also undoubtedly one of the world's most well-known tourism treasures. Balinese never fail to welcome visitors with warm and genuine smiles. Bali Tour is now presenting to provide complete and comprehensive range of the Traveling information about Bali in a single site that will bring you the knowledge of the island of god in paradise. We will keep update for Bali Travel Information Site about unique culture and ceremony in Bali. Here we provide information about the history of the island of Bali, religious ceremonies, beliefs and also about the art of dance on the island of Bali, here we provide complete information so that it will make you understand in advance what the island of Bali is like, so that when you arrive on the island Bali, you know what to do and not to do when visiting a place in Bali. It is a very memorable experience to spend vacation time on the island of Bali which is known as the island of a thousand temples and it is true that in Bali there are many very beautiful and ancient temples which are the heritage of ancient ancestors. If you want to find information about temples in Bali or interesting tourist destinations, you can visit this page Places of Interest in Bali, there is a complete description of tourist destinations that are more popular on the island of Bali, so you can plan your vacation perfectly.
Bali Travel and Culture Information List
Bali Island, Being one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Asia, Bali is attracts more than 1.000.000 visitor each year. Bali is situated between the island Java and Lombok. Bali is a small tiny island, stretching approximately 140 km from west to east and 80 km from south to north. The tallest volcanic mountains in Bali is Mount Agung.the island of Bali was included in the Lesser Sunda Province, whose capital was Singaraja at north Bali
Balinese Hindu Offering is a ritual offering process carried out according to Hindu religious beliefs on the island of Bali. As you know that Hindus in Bali came from Hindus in India, but in practice the Hindus in Bali adapted to local customs before the arrival of Hinduism, so you can see many differences in the process of religious ceremonies found in Balinese Hindus with Hindus in India. One of them is the process of offering to the God Almighty
Balinese Hindu Temple is one of the holy places used by Hindus in Bali to worship God in all his manifestations, in bali name of temple called with name "Pura", while the temple is built based on certain theological-philosophical concepts to become a place as well as a center for worship orientation. The form of the temple is located in an open area with a courtyard that can be used as a place for prayer, in the Hindu view as the concept of a "holy place"
Kecak and fire dance performance presents the Balinese dance as an introduction to the story, vital music to accompany the dancers movements, the music generated from a combination sounds of members "cak" which were about 50-70 people all of them will make music in akapela. The story is a fragment from the Ramayana. Kecak Dance in Bali continues to change and progress since the 1970's. Developments can be seen is in terms of story and staging.
Barong is a character in the mythology of Bali. He is the king of the spirits, leader of the hosts of good, and enemy of Rangda in the mythological traditions of Bali. The fight between Barong and Rangda is also the topic of traditional narratives, usually performed in the temple of the dead. The most famous is the story of Calonarang. Barong is a character in the mythology of Bali. He is the king of the spirits, leader of good, and enemy of Rangda
Bali Legong Dance also called with name Bali Legong Keraton Dance is one of the traditional Balinese dances introduced to foreign tourists as a dance performance performed by very professional Balinese dancers with very beautiful dance curves that will make you fascinated with the beautiful curves of these dancers. This Legong Keraton Dance is usually performed by female dancers with the characteristic of carrying fans and gamelan music
Nyepi, Every religion or culture all over the world has their own way to define and celebrate their new year. The same thing also occurs in Bali, however the Balinese use different calendar systems to define a new year of the Saka Hindu, Westerners open the New Year in revelry, however, in contrast, the Balinese open their New Year in silence. Nyepi is very important for Hindus on the island of Bali, because according to the belief of Hindus in Bali
Galungan is a sacred ceremony that gives spiritual strength to be able to distinguish between life force coming from adharma and which budhi atma is the voice of truth (dharma). It also gives the ability to discern giant orientation and orientation of God . It must be realized that life is happy or emo life has the ability to master the giant orientation. hus, the core Galungan is uniting spiritual strength in order to get a clear mind and establishment.
Perang Pandan is specific to Tenganan village only. The word " perang pandan" is a two words noun in Indonesian language, This war dance in Tenganan village is called " makare-karean " This event of perang pandan is carried out during the ceremony of the temple called " Ngusaba " It is strange because this kind of ceremony is also known by the rest of Balinese. Perang Pandan is a regular ceremony based on Çaka year calendar organized at temple
The name ogoh-ogoh is taken from Balinese “ogah-ogah” which means something which is shaken. Ogoh-ogoh is made in form of Bhuta Kala or evil spirits and creatures who like to disturb human’s life. Bhuta Kala is usually symbolized as a giant creature / Rakshasa with scary and ferocious appearance, also often symbolized in other forms such as mythological creature like Garuda, dragon etc. Ogoh ogoh is a statue which is made of light materials
Balinese Wedding in Bali Islands is unforgettable momentum for the human being where the procession is followed by local Hindu rituals, custom regulation and the perfect day based on Balinese Hindu Calendar. A couple's marriage will not be acknowledged in the society if it is carried out without a traditional sacred ceremony. When people get married in Bali, the man takes responsibility as a member of society. He gets the right to speak
Ngaben or Cremation Ceremony is the ritual performed by Balinese people to send the deceased to the next life. The body of the deceased will be placed as if sleeping, and the family will continue to treat the deceased as sleeping. No tears are shed, because the deceased is only temporarily not present and will reincarnate or find his final rest in Moksha (freeing from the reincarnation). For the Ngaben procession, you don't choose any day for this ceremony,