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Close to restaurants, shops, café, and central enough to driving to the beach or easily get transport.

Sayang Sanur Resort is located in a convenient area, Sanur. Built relatively distanced from the main road, offers you a relaxing time, and each is designed in different themes to meet your preference. Ideal spot to spend a few days relaxing, enjoying the laid-back atmosphere. Just a short walk to the beach, and steps to Popular mini market Jl. By Pas Ngurah Rai, there is a wide selection of bars, restaurants, and budget local eateries right on its doorstep.

Galungan is a significant religious celebration in Bali, Indonesia, marking the victory of good over evil. Lasting for ten days, it represents the triumph of Dharma (righteousness) against Adharma (evil). During Galungan, Balinese Hindus decorate their homes and temples with vibrant penjor (decorative bamboo poles) and offer prayers and offerings to their ancestors. The festivities include traditional dances, ceremonies, and communal gatherings, fostering a strong sense of community and spiritual devotion among the Balinese people. Galungan is a time of reflection, gratitude, and reverence, symbolizing the eternal battle between light and darkness and the continuous cycle of life in Balinese Hindu culture.

Nyepi, also known as the Day of Silence, is a unique and sacred observance in Bali, Indonesia. It is a day of complete silence, meditation, and introspection, dedicated to self-reflection, cleansing, and spiritual renewal. Lasting for 24 hours, Nyepi is observed by the Balinese Hindus as a time to disconnect from the outside world and seek inner peace. On this day, the entire island comes to a halt as people stay indoors, refraining from work, entertainment, and even speaking. Streets are deserted, lights are dimmed, and daily activities are suspended. The purpose of Nyepi is to purify the mind, maintain harmony with nature, and restore balance in the universe. It is a deeply meaningful and cherished tradition that emphasizes the importance of self-discipline, mindfulness, and gratitude.