Thanksgiving is a holiday that originated in the United States and is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. However, it is not a holiday that is traditionally celebrated in Bali, Indonesia. That being said, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate gratitude and give thanks in Bali.

One way to celebrate gratitude in Bali is through the traditional Balinese Hindu ceremony called Tumpek Kandang. This ceremony is held every 210 days and is a way to give thanks to animals for their contribution to human life. During this ceremony, offerings are made to animals such as cows, pigs, and chickens.

Another way to celebrate gratitude in Bali is by volunteering at one of the many non-profit organizations on the island. These organizations work to improve the lives of people and animals in Bali and are always looking for volunteers.

If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving feast in Bali, many hotels and restaurants offer special Thanksgiving menus. You can also find Thanksgiving dinners at expat clubs and organizations.
Finally, if you’re looking for a way to give back this Thanksgiving season, consider making a donation to one of the many charities on the island. These charities work to improve the lives of people and animals in Bali and would greatly appreciate your support.

Let’s celebrate your greatest thanksgiving moment with us!

Shrida’s Thanksgiving set menu available for Lunch & Dinner during 22 to 24 November 2023, by pre-order only and reservation policy applied.

For further details, inquiries and booking, please reach us at Shrida official WhatsApp number +62 851 7548 9700 or email us at [email protected]