Every year, the authorities of Bali compile an events calendar, highlighting the most important events on the island from their perspective. This is done to attract tourists.
You can check this official online calendar to find something interesting for yourself. At the end of the year, the authorities survey the provinces for interesting events, compile them, rank them by importance, and add them to the calendar. Major events planned by the Bali provincial government also make it into the calendar. These include tourism, cultural, MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions), and sports events. It is expected that 2024 will be no less rich in such events than the concluding year 2023, which has already successfully hosted 67 events from the calendar. As the events are still being clarified, it is not possible to determine how many of them will be in the new calendar. "Later, when all the information is gathered, we will announce details to the tourism industry and other interested parties," said Chokorda Bagus Pemayun, the head of the Bali Tourism Department. Last year, events such as the Bali Arts Festival and the Kite Festival were included in the calendar. There are also interesting traditional rituals, such as Ngerebeg, held in the village of Mungu, which, according to beliefs, wards off misfortune. The ritual takes place once every 210 days.