Bali's Day of Complete Silence: Nyepi

When was the last time you sat quietly in contemplation for 24 hours? To celebrate their New Year (Saka new year, based on the cycles of the moon), the island of Bali in Indonesia shuts down for 24 hours. No traffic, no working, no entertainment, no food, no lights... Even the airport (which usually has over 300 planes landing every day) is closed, and tourists must stay within the confides of their accommodation. All of this happens in the name of self-reflection. How beautiful is that? It's called Nyepi and this year the quiet officially starts from 6am on Tuesday 28 March. Some choose to leave the island to avoid this time, but I've never quite understood why. A day of silence for me feel

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