Saraswati Day is celebrated once every Balinese 210-day lunar year, taking the name from the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning. To pay tribute to the sacred day, the Balinese place offerings in temples and homes, and pray, asking for blessings for their holy texts, books, and any sources of knowledge and learning.
America has Fourth of July, while Australia has Australia Day; Indonesia also has a day to equal those most celebrated national day, called Indonesia’s Independence Day or Hari Kemerdekaan Indonesia.
While Bali is mostly known for the sun, the sand, and the sea with some bites of nightclubs and exotic resorts, it is also a paradise for running/jogging enthusiasts. Different landscapes in different parts of Bali lend dwellers of the island varieties of jogging tracks—from beach-side tracks, city tracks to green tracks.
While Bali is always celebrated for the hyperbolic endless summer, it is still located in tropical area, after all. Occasional rains at random times of the year are not unusual. Casual drizzle might come and go; and downpours can sometimes occur in the most unpredictable moment. Yet, those rainy moments should not hinder you from enjoying your finest Bali getaway since Bali still offers options for activity to take during the wettest day.
From going completely dry to utterly wet, these are some things to do during rainy days in Bali.
While known as a romantic haven, Bali is also a friendly host for family vacation. The island’s natural landscape itself will immediately captivate younger visitors’ attentions. There are sides of the island which are kid-friendly and, more to it, designed to amuse a whole family. From the sandy beach to the exotic animal kingdoms to the local values, these are some things you can do in Bali with kids.
A perfect summer day is coming around Bali means the coming of Kite Season, where Bali's sky is adorned with vibrant traditional kites.