As the only Hindu enclave in the entire Indonesian archipelago, the island of Bali has its own distinct culinary culture. There is the everyday food that is typically eaten at home as well as the more elaborate dishes to accompany ceremonial occasions.
If you are the type of traveller who is always on the hunt for that next Instagram opportunity, then Bali is certainly the place for you
The most auspicious holiday on Bali’s cultural calendar will occur this month for followers of the Hindu faith. Galungan on 7th September 2016 essentially marks the beginning of a 10-day festival involving elaborate offerings, prayers and traditional food.
The charming coastal village of Sanur is one of Bali’s oldest destinations that has fully embraced tourism but still manages to retain its traditional roots.