Mekotek, Another Unique Tradition of Balinese

A small traditional village in Bali named Munggu survives with it’s a very unique culture that represent about local heritage. In the heyday of the Kingdom of Mengwi, namely in the seventeenth century, the ancestral population of the village known as the warrior kingdom Munggu Mengwi very difficult. Then, to honor their ancestors as a soldier of war and to ward off evil spirits as well as disease, every afternoon on the Feast of Brass, the locals usually hold a ritual ceremony called Makotek.

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Mekotek is a ritual that uses wood usually means the most widely used of the type pulet played together to celebrate the victory of dharma (virtue). The “Mekotekan” word derived from “tek … tek … tek”, which is the sound of wood sticks that pitted one another. It is a ritual ceremony by Balinese Hindus since Kingdom of Mengwi in the 17th century. At the beginning Mekotek was held to welcome war fleet that will go to battlefield and crossed Munggu Village as well as welcoming the victorious of the troops on kingdom era back then. Continue reading

Balinese Barong

Who doesn’t know Barong? Barong is the most iconic character that remembering us about Bali. This character always can be found in any tourist merchandise in Bali. T-shirt and postcard are one of them. However, have you ever know what the meaning about this character is? What’s exactly the story behind?

Barong is a mythical animal figure known to all Balinese. Inside its hairy body are two male dancers, whose movements and steps must be completely co-ordinated to perform its fast turns and leaps. The forward dancer supports and moves the head and jaws. It makes Barong is also well known as Balinese dance. It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil. This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.

A barong is symbolizing a physical manifestation of a protective spirit which guards people from evil influences. In Bali, it dates back to ancient, pre-Hindu times when animism was the most popular form of belief. Traditionally, Local believes a barong is powerful enough to guard a village – you can also see the barong mask in temple friezes all over Bali, with the aim of driving away the demons known in Balinese as bhuta-kala. Continue reading

Denpasar Sightseeing Tour

As the capital city of Bali, Denpasar offers unique and wonderful places to visit. The urban life with the traditional culture activities of Balinese blend together in this complex town. When you are touring in Denpasar, you can see the way of life of the Balinese live in town and also see places of interest like historical places such as Puputan courtyard and Museum Bali, Cultural places like Jagatnatha Temple, and also to Bajra Sandhi Monument and Badung Traditional Market.

Peken Badung – Photo Source: Bali Free Tours

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Bali Tour Activity: The Temples

While you are in Bali, it is good to put visiting temples in your plan for tour activity. This is because most probably you know about Bali for its beaches. By going to the temples, you will understand why the island is so special and get enjoyment at witnessing the religious expressions of Balinese people. There are literally thousands temples in the island if you consider the smaller temples and shrines in each traditional village and home. However, there are nine main temples in the island which are considered important and to where a Balinese Hindu believer has to pay homage at least once in each of the temples.

Bali Temple: Tanah Lot

Those nine temples are called as pura kahyangan jagat. They are located in most curious, if not auspicious, locations in the island, such as on the top of a cliff, a shore of lake, or a slope of volcano. Thus they look aesthetics as well and refreshing for eyes that have been too much strained by the modern concrete. These temples are believed to provide continuous protection for the island from evil spirits coming from outside. You can easily integrate them into your plan as some of them have been in the tourists’ route for so long. To visit those that are not, you should consult your operator. Continue reading

What to do in Kuta Beach?

What is on your mind when you hear Kuta Beach, Bali? Usually the traveler spend their time just relaxing. Indeed, most of them are usually just sit on the beach. Conversation between friends or just playing sand. However, there are some more interesting activities to do in Kuta beach as below:

1. Jogging

Jogging at Kuta Beach
If you stay in Poppies Lane, install an alarm to wake up in the morning. Around 07.00 am, step your feet to the beach. Kuta streets are still quiet of vehicle and completely different with the evening. Arriving at the beach, breathe the fresh air deeply. In the morning, there are not many a traveler passing by here. In the morning Kuta Beach as a ‘large field’ to exercise. For sure, with a splash of sunshine, the roar of the waves, and cool air, Kuta Beach is a great place to burn your fat. The body feels more fresh and dripping sweat profusely. Continue reading

After New Year’s Eve Party in Kuta, Let’s go Visits The Other Beautiful Beaches in Bali

After spending New Year’s Eve by partying in Kuta and Legian, Bali, then where? Well, it’s time to steer your trip to the other lively center like beautiful beaches in Bali.

Karangasem regency is located in the eastern part of Bali. “Karangasem” may not be too famous among travelers. But of course you know Mount Agung, Bali’s highest mountain and Pura Besakih, the largest temple in Bali. Both Mount Agung and Besakih are located in Karangasem regency. Besides Candidasa beach, Tulamben Beach, Blue Lagoon Beach, and Amed Beach are also become crowded with tourists. Continue reading


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