If you’re seeking a destination with a rich cultural history, exquisite handicrafts, a penchant for performing arts and an alluring spiritual twist, look no further than Bali. Located within the many islands of Indonesia, Bali is a cultural hotspot that prides itself on having one of the most diverse performing arts cultures in the world, from entertaining puppet shows and mesmerising traditional dance, through to captivating percussion orchestra music.
Bali is an island in the archipelago of Indonesia, boasting year-round gorgeous temperatures, postcard-worthy white sand beaches, towering volcanoes and intricate traditional temples. If you’re wanting to explore the rich culture of this country, then joining in on the Bali introduction week is the perfect way to experience what Bali has to offer.
During the week you will get to explore the diverse landscapes of the country from beautiful rice terraces to hand carved temples, as well as learn about the local culture through language lessons and a variety of tantalising cultural experiences and classes. You will be staying in Penestanan Kaja, where you can experience life as the locals do, with many opportunities to practice your new language skills!
The Bali introduction week packs a punch and is jam packed full of cultural experiences, exotic adventures and a true taste of Balinese life. Some of the highlights to this week include:
Try your hand at traditional Balinese batik painting
Learn the flavours of Balinese cuisine in local cooking lessons.
Explore the Ubud area with walking tours through the rice terraces, villages and rolling hills, and stop in at the famous Monkey street.
Take a spiritual tour around local temples, including PuraTirtaEmpul, the holy water temple.
Get creative with the flower offering class, where you’ll then get to take your completed flower offering to a traditional Balinese temple.