The culture of Bali is really unique in that people practice a form of Hindisme that combines traditional Hindu belief with Buddhism and local animist religions and you can see a lot of ceremonies that seem to go on everyday. One of the most importand ritual in Balinese culture is without a doult the cremation ceremony, known as "ngaben".
The name comes from the word " ngabuin" meaning turn to ash. This ceremonies is incredibly importand to Balinese people, as it represent the spirit being released from the decoasedis body, ths allowing them to either reincarnate or find final rest in "moksha". Letus take a closen look at a balinese creamation and importance in the local culture.
Bali creamation and city tour is one of the exiciting and unique tour exclusively designed to visit the ngaben ceremony, the unique procession of burial in Bali held by balinese Hindu people, Bali cremation and city tour will encourage you to see directly the procession of combustion/obsequies of dead body in Bali with unique ritual procession that you never seen. Mean while Ngaben ceremony or creamation ceremony is one of the famous Balinese Hindu ceremonies.
Pura Campuhan Windhu Segara is located in Padang Galak (north of Sanur), Kesiman, East Denpasar, Bali. The word "campuhan" in Balinese means mixing or meeting. This temple is situated on the edge of the estuary which is a mixing or meeting between the Yeh Ayung River and the edge of Padang Galak Beach.
This temple became a destination for spiritual lovers to pray, melukat (purification), and other ceremony such as Ngangkid and Nyegara Gunung. People will come wearing traditional costumes and bring the offerings (pejati) for praying.
The temple is quite shady, shrouded in a calm and peaceful atmosphere. There are several shrines such as Pelinggih Dewa Baruna (Kanjeng Ratu), Padmasana, Dewi Durga, Siwa-Buddha, Dewi Kwam Im, and more other.
The Kumbasari Art Market is one of Denpasar’s main icons, located right across the Badung River, opposite the Badung Market. The market is a primary source of arts and handicrafts, products chiefly coming from the island’s various art producing communities, the likes of Ubud and the central Bali highlands, while also featuring galleries of onsite painters and craftsmen.
Like the Badung Market, Kumbasari is one of the island’s oldest, open since the late 70s. Its four levels are home to over 200 kiosks and well over a thousand stalls. Haggling is accepted throughout, even though most vendors have commonly labelled their items with fixed price tags over the years. Larger shop owners can speak English, and can arrange deals for shipment and packaging.
08.30: Pick up at the hotel
09.30: Visit bajra sandhi monument
10.30: Visit creamation / obsequies procession
11.30: Encort the dead body to cementery
12.15: Lunch time at local restaurant
14.00: Visit campuhan windhu segara temple
15.30: Visit kumbasari local market
16.30: Back to hotel