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and 2 3 4 5 6 12 9 7 8 10 11 A complete guide for Balinese tourists by Naomi Johnson and Roshan Richardson durian papya In Bali, they feel extremely connected to the making it not surprising that they have over 60 religous holidays per year. There will often be offering of and scattered in temples and on footpaths to pleases the god's. Their religion is maily taught to the younger generations through drama. Puppet plays are one of the many traditional ways of teaching children about the spiritual world. In bali, the major religion is Hindu. their spiritual world is a mix of good and evil gods and spirits. rice spiritual world fruit flowers Balinese culture, relies deeply on the enternaiment side of culture to continue prospering the way it is. The main form of entertainment is split into 2 sectins; art and music. Traditionally, balinese music is loud and exciting. The best known music is the a band made up of percussion instruments. It sounds out of tune to western ears. This music is played at almost every occasion; births, deaths, weddings and birthdays. In Bali artwork is common, usually portraits of people, animals and landscapes of Bali. However, traditional Balinese paintings used a limited number of colours and were only paintings of gamelan gods or spirits. There are many health issues in Bali, but most of them are preventable and have antidotes. 'Bali Belly' is often caused by foreign vistors experiencing a change in their normal diet. The other cause is often poor hygiene (washing salad items with unsterilized water, cross contamination between cooked and uncooked meats, food preparers being unsanitary,
food left uncovered, etc.). food being kept longer than it should, Bali has a fairly well developed system of transport, that consists of cheap buses, and taxis running between towns. Roads
The network of main roads is in, although back roads may be or have many potholes. The roads are extremely busy and there is often , bringing many exhaust fumes and frequent honking.
There are many going from main towns of Bali and stopping in Lombok and Java. The seaports of Bali are also used by international .
Ngurah Rai international receives flights from all over the world. This airport is well serviced by public and private transport to all tourist centres. good condition traffic unpathed cruise ships ferries airport Bali is a natural home to many amazing creatures. , , squirrels, monkeys and the rare Balinese are the native animals of Bali. Bats, iguanas, lizards and many species of snake are always close by. Roosters, chickens, ducks, pigs, buffaloes, cows and a couple out of the more than 300 species of bird make up the complete picture of Balinese farm life. Dolphins, reef fish, , plankton eating whale sharks and colourful coral make up the fascinating marine life. Located near the equator, Bali has a tropical temperature with a range from 32 to 35 degrees Celsius. Bali is dramatically mountainous especially in the western region and the centre of the island is home of a number of volcanic mountains. Bali is encircled by coral reefs and has many white beaches with gentle waves. Balinese state rice as their common and traditional food, therefore a complex and amazingly breathtaking patchwork of rice terraces will usually meet the eye. Crops containing corn, tamarind, cloves, coffee, tea, tobacco, cocoa, copra, vanilla, soy beans, chillies, fruits and vegetables are often found in the rich volcanic soil. Being in Bali lets you experience the endless series of offerings, processions, dances, and dozens of other religious festivals that Balinese devote their lives to. Balinese flora include majestic, holy Banyan trees, swaying palms, the versatile , acacia trees and flowers, flowers and flowers! Flowers can be seen everywhere; Balinese love beauty; thereforetheir gardens, roads and temple grounds are decorated with all kinds of flora. Hibiscus, bougainvillea, , oleander, jasmine, water lily, roses, begonias, magnolias, orchids and can be found and enjoyed throughout Bali. Frangipanis are found almost anywhere and their exotic perfume blend well into the picturesque scenery. bamboo barking deer Mouse deer moray eels Bali has a wide range of mammals, reptiles and sea creatures. Bali has a wide variety of flora. poisetta hydrangeas Balinese Beaches The Balinese Flag Bali (1 piece) = 500.00 Rupiahs or $0.04 AUD.
(app. 5 km)= 30,000.00 Rupiahs or $2.45 AUD.
(non-branded) = 70,000.00 Rupiahs or $5.72 AUD.
(1 kg) = 8,000.00 Rupiahs or $0.65 AUD.
(Pepsi/Coke, 1.5 litre) = 9,500.00 Rupiahs or $0.78 AUD.
(non-branded) = 30,000.00 Rupiahs or $2.45 AUD. Egg Taxi Pair of Jeans White Rice Soft Drink T-Shirt Balinese food and everyday products is considerably cheaper than in Australia Bibliography When you are in Bali, be aware that local laws, including ones that may appear critical by Australian standards, do apply to you. In Bali you must carry a form of identification at all times (e.g. an Australian ).
Serious crimes may attract the death penalty (e.g. murder and piracy).
To drive a in Bali, you require an Indonesian or international driver's licence as Australian license is not sufficient.
Be aware that gambling is illegal.
Obey signs that . Bhasa is the language spoken in Bali. Here is a list of common Balinese terms. Here is a variety of festivals and events that are celebrated in Bali.
Odalan - A festival which signifies the anniversary of a temple's founding.
Nyepi - A festival that marks the beginning of a new lunar year and usually falls during late March or early April. On this day, everyone in Bali including tourists must remain silent. No one is allowed to work or travel.
Galungan - A festival that falls on the eleventh week of the 210th day on the balinese calender. This festival celebrates the creation of our world.
Negara Bull Races - An exciting event that falls between July and October. Please-silakan
Thank you-Terima kasih
Father, sir, Mr-bapak(pak)
Mother, madam, Mrs-ibu(bu)
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