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Nyepi Day in Bali is a New Year celebration unlike anywhere else on the planet. Bali’s celebrates the Saka New Year as the Bali Day of Silence, an ultimately quietest day of the year, when all of the island’s inhabitants abide by a set of local rules, which brings all routine activities to a complete halt. Roads all over Bali are void of any traffic and nobody steps outside of their home premises. Most Balinese and visitors regard it as a much-anticipated occasion. Some expats and those coming from neighbouring islands prefer escaping Bali for the day rather, due to restrictions that surround the observance. Some visitors check coinciding dates ahead before their Bali trip, avoiding it altogether. Anyhow, Nyepi is worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime, especially since the preceding and following days offer rare highlights to behold!


On Nyepi Day, we will not be able to accept any check-in nor check-out throughout the day. Our restaurant and swimming pool is closed during Nyepi Day. 

Below are detail operational during Nyepi Day for your information:

26 March 2017 : Open Normally

Swimming Pool : Open at 9AM – 18.00PM

Restaurant : Open at 9AM – 10PM


27 March 2017

Swimming Pool is Close

Restaurant is open from 9Am – 1noon


28 March 2017

Swimming Pool & Restaurant is CLOSED


29 MArch 2017 : Open Normally

Swimming Pool : Open at 9AM – 18.00PM

Restaurant : Open at 9AM – 10PM



One day before Nyepi, Pengerupukan Day, there will be a nearest Ogoh-Ogoh parade performed by our neighboring Uluwatu in the evening. Ogoh-Ogoh is the manifestation of a person, an object or anything that disturbs human lives. This parade is an exorcism ceremony at the main village crossroad, the meeting place of the demons. Beforehand, there will be a Perang Api (fire war) to start the parade with.

“Perang Api (Fire War) is usually performed by young men one day prior to Nyepi Day. Using fire balls of dried coconut husks, the men throw the flaming balls at each other symbolizing the courage to drive demons away. The sparks of fire from the Perang Api symbolizes that a man’s biggest enemy is himself and when he can overcome this, he will have the ultimate happiness.”
We are looking forward to welcoming you in our Restaurant on 29 March 2017


Thank you & kindest regards,

Management of Blue Heaven Bali

Nyepi 2017 Day of Silence in Bali