Indonesia's Hindu Island of Bali, Ubud
Indonesia, Bali

Info : Indonesia's Hindu Island of Bali

Whilst Islam is the predominant religion of Indonesia, the island of Bali is majority Hindu. From as early as the 1st Century AD, evidence has found Hindu worship in Indonesia and the religion took hold with trade routes from India.

As Buddhism and later Islam influenced the rest of the country in later stages, the Balinese have retained their Hindu identity maintaining various, rites, rituals and many temples dedicated to the religion. 

Absorbing the religious aspect of Balinese culture can incorporate submersive cultural experiences with temple exploration. Tanah Lot pictured above for example makes for a very intriguing activity. A rock formation off Bali's coastline, it is a temple frequented by many pilgrims and it makes for a fantastic photo – particularly at sunset. 

Popular Holiday Itineraries including Indonesia's Hindu Island of Bali

You can book this experience on its own, with flights or as part of an Experience Travel Holiday Itinerary.

Here are some of our popular holiday tours or we can create bespoke itineraries specifically tailored to you...

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The stand out experiences all involved some locals: the walk in the Bali rice fields with a guide, the trip to the Borobudur eco-village and ride in a horse cart which also charmingly had us playing the Gamelan with local kids.

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