Are you up for your next medical internships and other volunteer work in Bali, Indonesia? You will be amazed to learn and experience the benefits of volunteering abroad, especially meeting the locals, tasting traditional food and delicacies, and having a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in a totally different place.
The moment you step on Bali’s soil for your first day of work, you can already feel the hospitality which is richly cultivated in the local culture. You will have the privilege to enjoy the welcoming smiles of the Balinese people, the captivating landscape and overall environment, and the Balinese precious belief of Hinduism that will spark your curiosity to discover more about Bali.
While your main purpose may be to fulfill one of the Bali volunteer programs and medical internships that you are affiliated to, you can still have the opportunity to enjoy the pristine beaches, captivating landscapes, and adorable traditional activities during your time off. See for yourself the best things you can enjoy while volunteering in Bali!
- Pristine Beaches
Bali is richly adorned with long coastlines and sparkling blue beaches which you can enjoy during your time off. Enjoy their elegant black sand beaches on the northern and western part of the island.
- Agama Tirtha (The Religion of the Holy Water)
One part of the Balinese cultural and religious belief is the power of their so-called holy water. The Tampak Siring Temple is where the Balinese Hindus do their ritual of the “Tirtha” where they bathe in a pool of flowing water. What’s wonderful about this pool is that they aren’t only limited to the Hindus. Visitors can also bathe in this marvelous pool.
- Canang Sari
Experience making the flower offerings made by the Balinese Hindus to thank the Hindu god Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa. This flower offering is mostly seen in Balinese temples and shrines which you can also visit when you volunteer in Bali.
- The Art of Batik Painting
This is just one of the many activities which can be experienced and learned by a volunteer Bali can offer. Batik painting was just part of the Balinese tradition and the process is practiced by one generation to the next. Now, tourists and volunteers can also enjoy the immersive experience while in Bali.