How To Spend Nyepi Day in Bali

Our Best Tips to Get You Through Silence Day in Bali

There’s one day a year that the island of Bali literally shuts down. Nobody is allowed on the streets, malls are closed, beaches are empty, and even the airport is closed; no air traffic for a period of 24 hours. How to spend Nyepi in Bali.

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Tips on How to Spend Nyepi Day

What if you happen to be in Bali on this day? We would consider that a good thing, most of the hotels and resorts on the island have plenty of indoor activities scheduled to keep you entertained. At night, watch the starry sky, as the whole island is dark, Nyepi Day is the best day of the year to watch the Milky Way.

Here are some tips on how to spend Nyepi Day in Bali:

Final Words

Consider yourself lucky if you’re in Bali on Nyepi Day. It truly is a magical day and a wonderful experience. Hopefully, these tips are a useful guide for you on how to spend Nyepi Day in Bali.

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