On March, 28th 2017 People in Bali will celebrate yearly celebration “Silent Day” to mark a new beginning of Saka New Year. The lights will be out, the streets will be empty and even the airport is closed – no one is allowed to go out or do any outside activities as the Balinese people host an Ogoh-Ogoh Parade where giant bamboo structures depicting traditional or modern characters are paraded and burnt to clean the island from negative energy.
Ogoh-Ogoh Parade has also became one of the attractive Taditional Rituals for tourists and residents to see. Therefore, if you’re staying in Bali on Silent Day, don’t miss this Parade. To honor this Bali’s Silent Day, we are pleased to invite you to enjoy our tradition in Bali. No matter where you stay in Bali e.g Ubud, Sanur, Kuta etc. All areas in Bali will celebrate this celebration. If you plan to travel or leave, make sure you ask your own travel agencies not to book flight on that day, for it might be impossible to come. All in all, we hope our information about Nyepi Day will be good company during your Silent Day.