The Day of Silence, or Nyepi, is a Balinese holiday that people celebrate sometime in March. It is a day for self-reflection. Therefore, activities such as working, traveling, entertaining, or even talking loudly are prohibited. The local airport is also closed. You will see only policemen and emergency vehicles on the streets. On this day, tourists have to follow this practice, too.
Jeanne Lee Staff Reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. What can't you do in Bali on the Day of Silence?