The island’s lush landscape, the colorful Balinese Hindu festivals and the friendliness of the people lure millions of others from around the world. It’s true that Bali has endured dramatic changes; but for every person who complains that the real Bali is dead, there are others who are impressed by the island’s cultural individuality. In the midst of so much change, the rituals live on.

Text by Namhar Hernanto

The island’s lush landscape, the colorful Balinese Hindu festivals and the friendliness of the people lure millions of others from around the world. It’s true that Bali has endured dramatic changes; but for every person who complains that the real Bali is dead, there are others who are impressed by the island’s cultural individuality. In the midst of so much change, the rituals live on.

Bali’s crisscrossed roads lead to varying qualities: Awe-inspiring landscapes to feast your eyes on, genuine essence of life as you pass through a village and see rituals that you didn’t know even existed. While it may be tempting to stay on the beach every day during your stay on the island, getting off of the main road and exploring Bali’s deepest corners could be that change that made your stay much more memorable. Take a random turn and make a stop, take your time to explore properly. Park your vehicle, put your walking shoes on and prepare yourself for a real Bali experience!

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