Balinese Culture and Tradition
One of the foremost attractions of Balinese culture are the Pura (Temples), where some of the most beautiful and sacred Upacara (Ceremonies) occur. The Balinese are happy to share their traditions, culture and ceremonies with visitors from outside their communities. When visiting the Pura or attending ceremonies in Bali, it is customary, however, to follow the local guidelines & traditions. Usada’s temple etiquette experience will explain those guidelines and the traditions behind them. Beginning with a talk and visual presentation, we’ll highlight proper attire, etiquette, offerings, prayers and the meaning behind them. In this presentation, we will also show slides of some of Bali’s most sacred Pura and clarify the reason for their respective directions and the deities that reside in each.
Your Travel Schedule
Talk about Balinese culture
Learn about the 9 most significant Pura’s in Bali
How to wear proper temple attire
Learn to make offerings out of organic materials, called Canang
Introduction to prayers and the meaning behind them
Where is the meeting point?
Lunch by DAPUR Usada
Explanation about Bali temples and etiquette
Sarong and sash for use during workshop
What's not included?
- Please check your booking confirmation on the trip
- Guests are required to bring a booking confirmation upon arrival
- Prices might change from time to time with or without notice
- Guest are obliged to pay attention to the provision of facilities and services provided
- Healthy and free from COVID - 19
Rp250.000 / orang