Tag: Balinese Temples

Vacation In Bali

Enjoy Your Dream Vacation in Bali

Bali is replete with numerous attractions that bring in tourists from all corners of the globe. One cannot afford to keep off from this amazing Southeast Asia Island. You never have to worry about the security since it is excellent, while the infrastructure is top-notch, and is comparable with what you would get in the West. Moreover, the Cheap Seminyak Villas and attractions here are much more affordable, which is why more and more people flock here across all seasons.

It’s a normal practice for many people across the world to spend their holiday’s in hotels, since this is the norm. On the other hand, you have a wide variety of private luxury villas in Bali, fully serviced, and offering close proximity to the sea for maximum entertainment. In Bali, you will find top of the range condominiums, amazing vacation rentals affordably priced to suit every taste and pocket, while maintaining their luxury status. Additionally, most properties allow you to book your vacation rental or luxury villa via the internet from the comfort your home.

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A Tourist’s Guide To Balinese Temples

A Tourist’s Guide To Balinese Temples

Next to the natural wonders of Bali such as beaches and coral reefs, the temples are its next-biggest attraction. They’re picturesque, exotic, historic, and world-famous. Some of them get thousands of visitors per day. But they can be baffling, too. We’ll try to demystify temples in Bali with this handy little guide:

A very brief overview of Balinese Hinduism

Hinduism is easily the most complicated religion in history. It appears to be polytheistic, meaning that there’s many gods, but also all gods are said to be one god in many forms, rather like the Judeo-Christian trinity. Furthermore there’s sub-castes of gods; there’s a trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, and then there’s the lesser Vedic gods who resemble ancient Roman / Greek gods in being associated with some aspect of nature. Hindus also believe in reincarnation, and Balinese Hinduism is further complicated by the mixing in of some animism and ancestor worship on the side. There is also a different attitude towards sexuality, tending to view it as holy worship rather than a shameful sin as with Western religions.

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