Today, followers of the Hindu faith in rural parts of the island is celebrating Tumpek Wariga. This auspicious day pays tribute to trees including coconut palms, which happen to dominate the landscape at Kayumanis Jimbaran.
Omed-omedan is a unique kissing ritual that will place following Nyepi Day on 29th March 2017 in the village of Sesetan.
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. It has several historical sites of interest including Le Mayeur Museum, which is not far from the iconic Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel. The museum houses a collection of works by Belgium painter, Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur, who came to Bali in 1932 and made the island his home. Drawn to the tranquil seaside environment of Sanur, he established his art studio by the beach.
Sanur is blessed with a magical stretch of white sand beach overlooking the coral protected waters of the Indian Ocean.