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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Superstitions

In Category Culture

The Year of the Rooster will start on January 28, 2017. People around the globe who have ties with the Chinese traditions believe that there are the Do's and Don'ts they should follow in anticipation of the coming New Year. Taboos and superstitions have existed since ancient Chinese, believed to invite good things to happen and ward off bad luck throughout the year. Whether or not you will follow or ignore them, here are some of those taboos on Chinese New Year Day.

Sunset in Kuta Beach, Image via Wikipedia

Top Tourism Spots in Kuta

In Category Places

Kuta is always the face of Bali for long-time visitors and first-timer. Once known as a gold-sanded, surfing beach in the 1970s, this area has grown rapidly into an enormous entertainment hub. Everything – from the famous Kuta beach, various hotels of various stars, myriads of shopping places and Bali’s most famous bars – is dwelling in Kuta.

Sun Island Bali has garnered for you a list of the most famous tourism spots in Kuta you simply cannot miss.

Goddess Saraswati celebrated during Saraswati Day

Saraswati Day in Bali

In Category Culture

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.