The Dances of Bali

Dance has always been a part of many sacred ceremonies and traditional rituals in the island. Some dances are consi...
Bamboo is one commodity that plays an important role in balinese life, from being used to build a house, weaved int...
Ngusaba Sambah may the biggest series of rite of passage ceremonies held by the community of Tenganan Dauh Tukad Vi...
After finishing a photo shoot on the outskirts of Ubud one afternoon, I decided to pay a visit to the heart of the ...
I’ve watched the Cendrawasih dance several times now. Even though each performance features different dancers on ...
Galungan and Kuningan, the two big holy days of the Balinese Hindus, are celebrated in a very special way. Galungan...
With the arrival of Hinduism to the Indonesian archipelago came the great epics from the India Sub-continent, which...
The weather in Ubud was cool, with a soft breeze flowing through the town, it was perfect weather for a night in th...
In 1925, I Mario, a legendary dancer from Tabanan, created a jaw-dropping dance named Kebyar Duduk. Most of the rou...
It was 6 pm when two men started arranging the red plastic chairs at the front yard of PuriSarenUbud, a palace owne...