The Balinese ‘Day of Silence’ or also known as Nyepi this year is happening on Tuesday, 28th of March. This complete day of inactivity in the island of gods becomes the best time to unplug ourselves from the world for 24 hours and enable us to re-evaluate and clear our soul and mind. Everybody who joins the celebration is invited to experience and witness the silent moments that could really bring and leave peacefulness in everybody’s life.
There are many ways to celebrate and join Nyepi Day, whether it is only by yourself or with your loved ones. In this post, we would also provide you with couples of amazing things that you must not miss during Nyepi in Bali.
Ogoh- Ogoh Carnival
A parade of Ogoh-Ogoh made by Balinese villagers would be held on a night before Nyepi. Ogoh-Ogoh normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons, which then would be burned as a symbol of cleansing and purification from evil.
The Silence Itself
When you allow yourself to try and participate in the silence, you feel peace and relaxation that you might not ever feel before. Begin your day by joining our Vinyasa Yoga class on the 28th of March, from 7 AM - 8 AM.
The Luminous Sky for Stargazing
This would be a very great time for you to see the galaxies of stars without telescopes. Yes, you could see the sky full of stars with your bare eyes! What a perfect view to accompany you while sipping your favourite drink at the room balcony.
Crisp Morning Air
As if mother earth says ‘thank you’ for letting her breathe for a day without pollution, you could feel the daybreak welcoming you with fresh and clean air. Discover the result of Bali's whole-day of zero emission just once a year.
Our Resort Activities
We have prepared varied activities specially designed for you and your little ones. Learn more here.
For guests who are interested in experiencing this extraordinary moment in Bali for the first time, Mulia Bali offers you a limited time special offer of Full Board package that includes daily breakfast, lunch and dinner.