- Visiting Creamation Ceremony (On Request)
- Visiting Temple Festival (On Request)
- Blesing Ceremony (On Request)
- Healling (On Request)
Visiting Creamation Ceremony (On Request)
Cremation ceremony is the most important in Balinese life. Along with the following some rituals after, cremation is the last ceremony for Balinese in the human circle of life and must be done properly both in sekala and niskala (visible and un-visible world).
Visiting Temple Festival (On Request)
Throughout the year, each of Bali's temples celebrates its odalan, or anniversary. That adds up to a lot of festivals for spirited travelers to choose from, considering that the island has tens of thousands of temples. But it's the celebration at Pura Besakih, known as the "mother temple," that will likely produce the best memories for you.
Blesing Ceremony (On Request)
Balinese blessing is a spiritual ceremony that is part of Bali traditional custom consisting of a purification body and soul ,welcoming of good spirits. Balinese Blessing involve some Balinese traditional offering which is full of symbolic and philosophy. The Balinese Blessing is lead by the Priest called Pemangku.
Healling (On Request)
Bali is famous for its long history of traditional healing therapies, known as Bali Usada. Balinese traditional healing practices use natural herbs and spices, holistic therapies and ancient wisdom to cure physical and mental illness. Traditional healing modalities are prominent in Balinese culture today, which include natural herbal remedies, massages and energy work.