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The beauty and uniqueness of Balinese dance

Tari Topeng (Mask dance). Image: kebudayaanindonesia.netBali is a small island, which lies between islands of Java and Lombok, precisely is part of Indonesia, between two major continents, Asia and Australia.  Although it is a small island, Bali...
by Vacation in Paradise on Jul 22, 2015

The Joys of Visiting Bali

The Joys of Visiting Bali is a post from: LashWorldTourThe Joys of Visiting Bali is a post from: LashWorldTour The Joys of Visiting Bali is a post from: LashWorldTour The Joys of Visiting Bali  In 2014 I left SE Asia entirely to explore Oceania for...
by LashWorldTour on Mar 7, 2015

Ngaben : A cremation ceremony full of great phylosophy

Bali, one of provinces in Indonesia which has many hindus and surely, they believe in spirits existence. According to the local people there, a person who has died, their spirits will leave their physical bodies which will be destroyed by the nature...
by Bli Wahyu™ Blogsite on Dec 13, 2014

Keris : A powerful relic weapon from Indonesia

Keris is a short traditional weapon of Malay used since 600 years ago. The weapon is quite unique in Malay world  and it's available around Malay region such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, South Thailand, South Philippines (Mindanao) and Bru...
by Bli Wahyu™ Blogsite on Jul 7, 2014

[ Part I ] Keris : A powerful relic weapon from Indonesia

Keris is a short traditional weapon of Malay used since 600 years ago. The weapon is quite unique in Malay world  and it's available around Malay region such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, South Thailand, South Philippines (Mindanao) and Bru...
by Bli Wahyu™ Blogsite on Jul 7, 2014

[ Part I ] Keris : A powerful sacred weapon from Indonesia

Keris is a short traditional weapon of Malay used since 600 years ago. The weapon is quite unique in Malay world  and it's available around Malay region such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, South Thailand, South Philippines (Mindanao) and Bru...
by Bli Wahyu™ Blogsite on Jul 7, 2014

Travelogue: Up Close and Personal in Kuta with Ogoh Ogoh on Silent Day Eve

Kuta is the best spot in Bali to view ogoh ogoh on Silent Day Eve, locals says.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 31, 2014

Travelogue: Up Close and Personal in Kuta with Ogoh Ogah on Silent Day Eve

Kuta is the best spot in Bali to view ogoh ogoh on Silent Day Eve, locals says.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 31, 2014

Travelogue: Hindu Faithful Pray for God of Heirlooms to Sharpen Their Minds

On Tumpek Landep, Hindu believers hang hand made offerings from vehicles and other metal objects and pray to the God of Heirlooms to sharpen their minds.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 22, 2014

Miss World 2013 participants prayed in Pura Besakih

Miss World participants pray together at Pura Besakih. Image: voaindonesia.comBali is the host the Miss World pageant in September 2013, and opened with the magnificent Kecak Dance performances, a famous dance with special modifications to enliven th...
by Vacation in Paradise on Sep 18, 2013

Barong Dance : The traditional and sacred dance from the island of Gods

Barong dance is one of balinese dance that include in cultural heritage of pre-Hindu besides Sanghyang dance. Barong word comes from word of "bahruang" means bear, a mythology animal which has magical power and it's considered as protector.History of...
by Bli Wahyu™ Blogsite on Aug 16, 2013


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