Experience Quite Island for a day at The Bidadari Villas & Spa. Celebrate this thoughtful moment with our special package and enjoy tranquillity in the heart of Umalas, Kerobokan, Canggu.
Two night stay, start from:
OBR IDR 1,599,000/2 nights
2BR IDR 2,299,000/2 nights
Package Rate Inclusive
• Minimum 2 nights stay in a villa of your choice
• Daily breakfast
• One Time Special Set Lunch on 14 March
• One Time Special Set Dinner on 14 March
• Welcome drink
• Daily 2 bottles of mineral water in the room
• Inclusive 21% Tax and Service
Terms and Condition:
• The Above rates are valid through 13-15 March 2020
• The rates are inclusive to 21% goverment tax and services
• Prior reservation is required and subject to room availability
• Not combinable with any other offers and campaigns
• For more details, please contact to email@example.com
Bali's Day of Silence "Nyepi" 2021
Saka New Year 1943 of Hindus
Please kindly be informed that the Sunday, 14 March 2021 is the Nyepi Day (Silence Day of Bali).
During Nyepi Day a complete silence is expected throughout the day as it is one of the most important days for Balinese Hindus. The Day of Silence holds a historical and religious importance as it signifies the beginning of Caka New Year according to Balinese calendar. These mandatory religious prohibitions include no pleasure (amati lelangon), no traffic (amati lelungan), no fire (amati geni) and no work (amati karya).
If you want to travel to Bali in March or have a plan to send your clients to Bali in March, kindly note below information :
Day 1 : The Melasti Ritual – Pecaruan – Ngrupuk Ritual
The Melasti (Means Purification using water) ritual is performed in Balinese temples near the sea (Pura Segara) and meant to purify Arca, Pratima, and Pralingga (sacred objects) belonging to several temples, and also to acquire sacred water from the sea. Then, Pecaruan (purification using offerings) is performed in order to vanquish the negative elements and create a balance with God, Mankind, and Nature. The ritual is also meant to appease Batara Kala (demons) by Pecaruan offering. Devout Hindu Balinese usually make Ogoh - Ogoh, demonic statues made of richly painted bamboo and Styrofoam symbolizing negative elements or malevolent spirits. The parade starts at 03.00pm, but all main road will be closed at 01.00pm. After Ogoh – ogoh has been paraded, Ngrupuk ritual takes place which involves burning the ogoh-ogoh.
Note : All the tour only can be taken in the morning to avoid the crowd traffic.
Day 2 : The NYEPI DAY (silent day)
There will be no flights arrival and departure, no cars, bykes on the street, no light on the street and local homes in the night, no activities in BALI. For tourists who are staying in the island they may have activities in their hotel ONLY.
Day 3 : The Ngembak Geni Ritual
The ritual is performed for Hinduism to forgive each other and to welcome the new days to come. Ngembak means free, while Geni means fire. It shows that all activities can be started again at 06.00am.
Note : Ngurah Rai International Airport will operate again at 07.00am. In case you will depart on this day, we suggest to take afternoon flight.
We look forward to celebrating "Experience Quite Island for a day" with you at The Bidadari Villas & Spa.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Bidadari Villas & Spa Team