A Balinese hindu lady is bringing a basket of canang sari to the temple. Canang sari are offered every day to the Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa divinity as a form of thanking for the peace given to the world. They are a very simple household offering. August 2004.
Une dame balinaise hindouiste apporte un panier de canang sari au temple. Les canang sari sont offerts tous les jours à la divinité Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa en remerciement pour la paix donnée au monde. Ce sont des offrandes domestiques très simples. Août 2004.
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Despite the heavy mass tourism of Bali, especially in the southern part of the island, many things seem to remain the same in Ubud. Nice to find your blog to see how things have/haven’t changed in many parts of the world. Avez-vous visité d’autres régions de l’Indonésie?
The rest of Indonesia is still on my wish list (I also stayed in Jakarta). This is a part of the world I really love. Which island would you suggest? Java?
This is a tough question because each of 17,000 islands in Indonesia is unique. If you’re into culture and ancient sites Java might be the perfect place. But Sumatra and Sulawesi offer not only unique traditional cultures but also nice landscapes. Borneo and Papua are great for nature lovers. However lately people have been visiting less popular islands to get more authentic experience on local people’s lives.