The Balinese celebrate their new year like no other. Being one of the most well-known Balinese Public Holidays, celebrations last for 6 days and include parties, parades, prayers and a whole Day of Silence, also known as Nyepi Day. As a visitor in Bali, you’re encouraged to join in the festivities, especially the Ogoh-Ogoh parade on the second day is a memorable event to witness. But, you’re also required to respect the most unique day of the festivities; Silence Day.
Are you traveling to Bali in March? Then check out the information below so you’re well prepared to blend in with the locals.