Bali, Indonesia ‘s island of Gods, is a magical place. Although it’s very safe to travel, its infrastructure is not always convenient for solo-travellers.
In Asia, Bali is one of the very few regions with a Hindu majority. Hinduism found its way there in the 8th to 9th centuries. Most Balinese profess the Hindu Dharma, a local form of Hinduism.
Religious rites and festivals accompany people from birth to death and even beyond. They are the basis of the village community and also regulate family life. Basically, they form the ethical guidelines of the whole people. Holidays and gatherings of many kinds are always preceded by a temple ceremony.
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