3. The Balinese hospitality is second to none
Endless smiles, love, warmth and appreciation is the order of the day in Bali. You’ll see locals dressed in traditional clothing, gently going about their day, with genuine smiles, laying small daily offerings onto the floor or leaving them on walls or shrines.
These incredibly pretty, small, square, woven baskets are called Canang Sari and contain flowers, oils, salts, incense and food. They’re offered as a harmonious gift to the gods, asking for goodness and assistance and to help appease the evil.
You’ll find them on the pavements outside shops, temples, hotels and homes, so be careful where you tread!