Nyepi 2021: Where To Stay During Bali’s Day of Silence

Whilst local Balinese Hindus stay home to follow their religious rites and obligations, other residents find this time perfect for a Nyepi staycation. Hotels and resorts around the island offer special packages during this period, as Bali comes to a complete standstill. If you’re looking to ‘escape the silence’ this Nyepi 2021, we’ve put together

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Get Your Nyepi Favourites Fix at Jala

While the rest of us book into hotels or empty the local mini marts of junk food in an irrational fear of starvation (it’s only one day, people), most Balinese will eat home-cooked food prepared the day before, since they are not allowed to cook on Nyepi Day itself. The best place to get a

Discover the Balinese Culture at Conrad Bali This Nyepi

Discover Balinese Culture at Conrad Bali This Nyepi

Conrad Bali invites you to spend your Hari Raya Nyepi at their idyllic and tranquil resort with an exciting Nyepi package. Embrace the sacred day with peace and quiet as you enjoy the facilities and amenities of this expansive beachfront sanctuary. Located in the Tanjung Benoa area, Conrad Bali extends over seven hectares of lush

Westin Resort Nyepi in Nusa Dua

Nyepi in Nusa Dua: Renew Yourself at The Westin Resort

Nyepi, Bali’s Day of Silence, will this year be on the 17th March 2018. It is Bali’s Çaka calendar’s new year and comes as a time of introspection and recollection. That’s why, for those looking to spend Nyepi in Nusa Dua, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua has prepared a thoughtful Nyepi experience focusing on personal

Quiet Times in Legian: Experience Nyepi in The Stones

It isn’t often that Bali’s classic tourism hotspot simmers down to silence. Legian has long been known for its lively lifestyle and late night revelries but on one day of the year, the area finds itself enjoying a moment of blissful peace. On Hari Raya Nyepi – Bali’s new year’s day that this year falls on

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Nyepi in Ubud: Secret, Silent Stays in the Ayung Resort

On 28 March 2017, Bali’s day of silence will take place. Around the island, inhabitants will head indoors for 24 hours to practice the ritual expectations of Hari Raya Nyepi. It is Bali’s new years day according to the saka (çaka) calendar, reserved for introspection, meditation and restraint. Of course there is nowhere better than

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