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Bali Highlights
Kuningan Day
April 6, 2013

Kuningan, This holiday takes place ten days after Galungan, bringing the holiday period to a closing time. On this day, a special ritual ceremony is held for Balinese Ancestral spirits.

Galungan Day
October 23, 2013

Galungan, This is the most important holiday symbolizing the victory of Virtue (Dharma) upon Evil (Adharma). The holiday is recognized with the installations of 'penjor', tall bamboo poles splendidly decorated with woven young coconut leaves, fruit, cakes and flowers; installed on the right side of every house entrance. People are attired in their finest clothes and jewels this day.

Nyepi Day
Nyepi Day
March 31, 2014

Nyepi, known as the “Day of Silence,” marks the celebration of the Balinese New Year in the Hindu Lunar calendar. A spectacular day of ceremonies, parades of great bamboo monsters, and fireworks occur on the Eve of Nyepi, followed by a day of total silence and seclusion. The community strongly believes that if the island is silent and dark, the bad spirits will leave and the New Year will start in peace. During Nyepi, from 6am until 6am the next day, the island rests. Nobody is allowed in the streets, use of electricity is restricted, and the international airport is closed.