Ogoh-Ogoh Parade is a stunning display of Balinese creativity and culture which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali, Indonesia.
These statues / giant doll is made of light materials such as the combination of wood, bamboo and paper so it is easy to be lifted and paraded.
Ogoh-Ogoh take the form of demons, witches and ghosts whose appearance is very scary. They are not only great in artistic shape and size, but are also complete with colorful lighting and some are even motorized to create more dramatic effects.
Both tourists to Bali and residents enjoy these spectacular shows. A stunning Balinese celebration to experience.
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