The celebration of Chinese New Year is also referred to spring festival. This festive is animated by flying dragon, lion dance or Barongsai, fortune cookies, and fireworks. All places are well dressed up by the red and gold as the dominant colors. In Bali, the Chinese New Year is usually celebrated by tourists and also Balinese with Chinese descent. Here is the ultimate guideline of the celebration to help you on your way. Gong xi fa cai!
- Visit Buddhist Temple
During the day, the Buddhist temples in Bali will be livelier than usual day. The celebration takes a place in all Buddhist temples. If you stay at Ametis Villa, you can visit Vihara Dharmayana in Kuta and Vihara Buddha Dharma in Seminyak as the nearest Buddhist temples from Canggu.
- Savor Chinese Delicacies
Tasting Chinese food during this once-a-year moment could gain your happiness. Indeed, there are a great number of Chinese restaurants in Bali, but maybe you need the best one. You can try Happy Chappy’s traditional Cantonese-style food or experience the colonial Shanghai-style food in Mamasan.
- Cultural Day Tour to Tanah Lot
Bali is known as the island of thousand temples for a reason. Each village in Bali own temple, but Tanah Lot is one of the most worth visit temple. So when in Bali, the visit to Tanah Lot should be on your list. At Ametis Villa, you can ask to your personal butler to arrange a cultural day tour.
- Private Yoga Lesson
Today more people are starting to learn yoga to reduce stress, improve self discipline, well being, and confidence. Doing yoga continuously will balance your mind and body very well. It is the right thing to do in creating the perfect new beginning on Chinese New Year.
- Enjoy Balinese Massage
What else can we do after a morning yoga practice? A Balinese massage could enhance more relaxation after your yoga routine. It will automatically boost your good mood for the new beginning. Planning an unforgettable Chinese New Year in Bali?