Bali festivals include:-
Nyepi Festival in Bali is also known as the Bali day of Silence, which is actually a New Year celebration. On this day, nobody steps outside their home premises as it is considered to be the quietest day of the year. Nyepi is worth experiencing once in a lifetime.
Easter is celebrated all around in Bali by the people of Christian faith. Religious ceremonies are performed at churches and homes marking the importance of this festival.
Kartini is celebrated in the memory of Ajeng Kartini’s birth, as she is known as the country’s most noticeable faces. She was a national heroine who made her efforts in the fight for women’s rights.
Bali Art Festival
Bali Art Festival is celebrated in mid-June to mid-July. It is celebrated to witness Bali’s wealth where you will get to see the various glimpse of cultural highlights, artworks, shadow puppetry, traditional and contemporary dances, music compositions that purely fills the festival agenda.
This is a kite event celebrated annually in between the months of July and August. This started off as to celebrate the seasonal agricultural festival. It was done to thank the heavens for ample harvests and crops. Many local teams take part in kite flier competition where one can see the sky embellished with numerous colorful kites.