Hundreds of people lined up to cleanse themselves with water at the Banyu Pinaruh ceremony in Tirta Empul temple, Tampaksiring, Bali, on Sunday. Banyu Pinaruh is believed as a good time to cleanse self spiritually. Photograph by The Bali Times/ANT

Serginho Laus, professional Bore Rider, 2 times world record in Guinness Book after surfing the longest wave in to the Amazon river, enjoyed the barrels of Uluwatu. Read full article Bali – The Surfers’ Paradise. (Photograph by (Likoska/The Bali Times))

Hundreds of Balinese Hindus carried the sacred objects to the spring in the Melasti ceremony at Besakih Temple, Karangasem Regency, Bali, on Wednesday. The ritual is held for purification of sacred objects, humans and the nature before the worship ceremony is held that centered in Bali’s largest temple. (The Bali Times/ANT)

Two youth attacked each other with burned-coconut husk in the tradition of “Mesabatan Api” or fire war in the village of Petulu, Gianyar Regency, Bali, on Friday. The annual tradition was held to welcome Nyepi  or Seclusion Day, wishing for harmony, natural cleanse and also to foster fraternity. (The Bali Times/ANT)

A volunteer of “Mercy Campaign” light a candle in front of the prison door ahead of the transferring process for two Australians on death row, Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan in Kerobokan, Denpasar, lastweek. (The Bali Times/ANT)

A resident cleaned Gods and Goddess statue in the ritual of ritual gods washing ahead of the Chinese New Year 2566 at Griya Kongco Dwipayana Temple, Denpasar, Bali, on Thursday. Nearing the celebration of the Chinese New Year, temples in Denpasar began to be prepared as a center of worship. (The Bali Times/ANT)

A number of volunteers of “Mercy Campaign” distributed stickers to motorists to gain sympathy to safe two Australians from death execution of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, in a campaign action in Denpasar, Bali, on Saturday. In the campaign that was also held in Australia, the volunteers appeal to the government of Indonesia to give […]

Americans, Tommy Schaefer (rigth picture) and Heather Louise Mack the accused in the murder of Sheila von Wiese Mack, listening to the indictment of the prosecutor in the first trial at Denpasar Court on Wednesday. Prosecutor charged them with premeditated murder with the maximum of death penalty. (The Bali Times/ANT)