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Penjor – Question Marks Against the Sky

Like most storied places around the world, much of today’s Bali is a modern variation on the romanticised images of yesterday. But during Galungan, the quintessential Balinese traditional ceremony, Bali’s roads are arched with enchanting reminders of its ancient past. These arches, made of curved and decorated bamboo poles, are penjor. The archetypal penjor are those created for Galungan which occurs every 210 days.

The beginnings of Galungan and its penjor are obscured in the haze of time. The earliest known reference to this ceremony is in an ancient palm leaf manuscript, the Lontar Bali Dwipa, where it says that the very first Galungan was held on the fourth full moon of the year in 882 C.E. While this celebration and its symbols, the penjor , have been adapted to fit today’s world, it is no modern, tourism-directed, creation.

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Legend of Galungan

One of the favourite Galungan origin stories has to do with a mighty legendary battle between the forces of good and evil. Fortunately, good won. It is said that the goddess Durga, destroyer of evil, weighed in at the end of the fighting with a plan to assure that humans would always remember the importance of this eternal battle. She commanded the then king of Java, Sri Jaya Kasunu, to establish a cyclical celebration to honour these principles. Today’s Galungan does, in fact, honour her mandate.

But Durga did not stop with the ceremonial command. It seems she also insisted that penjor should be erected by every home to signal the honoured guests – the gods and the ancestors – that they would be honoured wherever a penjor stood. 

These ancient edicts are at the heart of Galungan and its penjor even today. It is a time when all Balinese remind themselves of their deep and ancient roots on the island. They strive to find in themselves the ability to tip the balance toward the good, or the dharma, instead of towards evil, or adharma , thus demonstrating their commitment to honour the ancients and the deities.

Tradition has it that the penjor should be posted by every good Balinese family’s door during Galungan. Only one thing is true of all penjor: they are made from a straight and strong bamboo pole – sometimes ten meters tall – symbolising the strength and moral rectitude to which humans aspire.

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What makes up the penjor

The Galungan penjor are adorned according to specific customs and often embellished by the maker’s own creativity. For days in advance of the ceremonies, the women and girls are busy making and beautifying every item hung on the penjor. Every single thing hanging from or connected to the bamboo symbolises a gift from the land given by the gods and ancestors to the people of Bali.

Some are made of fruits and rice that grow above the ground ( the pala gantung ), and others that grow in the earth ( the pala bungkah ) are root vegetables like sweet potatoes and cassava. And each of these elements represents one of the important gods in the Balinese pantheon. The little rice cakes near the crown of the arch, for instance, represent Brahma, the god of creation, while the yellow and white cloth, the kober , symbolises Iswara, the god of the arts and sciences.

The night before Galungan , the men and boys post the penjor in the ground by the entrance to the family home. The next morning, everyone dresses in their finest traditional clothes , collects the offerings they have made to share with others, and gather for prayers at the local temple.                      

But what are these penjor all about? What do they symbolise? 

The meaning of the penjor

“If you ask the nearest Balinese male about the symbolism of penjor , he will probably say, ‘I haven’t got a clue. Ask the women.’ The women will tell you to ask a priest. This is not to say that the men and women of Bali don’t know about penjor. They know very well when and how to make them, how to decorate them, how to make them stand up properly, and why they are important. But they hesitate to explain the symbolism, because the idea that there are correct answers to questions about “religion” in Bali is relatively new.” 

So wrote Diana Darling, an American who has lived in and written eloquently about Bali for many years. 

Penjor Galungan Bali

One of the most commonly held beliefs about penjor is that it is a symbol of Gunung Agung, the spiritual mountain in eastern Bali. It is the home of the gods and the ancestors, and is said by many to represent the holy Hindu Mount Mahameru, thus symbolising the entire universe. In this interpretation of the penjor ’s meaning, the top is Agung’s peak, and the stem of the penjor, with all of its decorations, represents the rivers flowing down the mountainside, bringing the fullness of the earth to the people below.

Others, however, declare that the penjor represent powerful dragon deities called nagas . The Naga Anantaboga is a symbol of the earthly needs of humankind, while Naga Basuki represents water, prosperity and safety. According to the penjor -as- naga theory, the head of the naga is at the base of the penjor just above the small offering shrine called the Sangah Arda Cahndra . The tail of the naga is the graceful, slender tip of the penjor, and the scales of the dragon’s back are represented by the decorations which curve along the penjor’s back. 

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Penjor depicting ‘naga’ (dragon) symbolism

A penjor often is said to hold additional symbolic meanings. For instance, some say that the straight part of the bamboo represents the “good” in humans, while the curve represents the “bad” and thus must be decorated beautifully to compensate. Still others say that the curve of the penjor, with its back straight and its tip looking down to earth, is to remind people that, although they may have achieved a high status in life, they must never, ever, lose sight of their less fortunate fellow humans. The penjor’s downward-facing nature must always remind us of our common roots; we are all born of our mother’s womb, and this common origin confers on us a common responsibility for each other’s welfare.

I Gusti Nyoman Darta explained the significance of the downward curve of the penjor this way: “When I am young and studying, I am always crying ‘oh, I am very clever, very clever,’ but the more I study the more I think: ‘oh I am not so clever now.’ Then I keep what I already learn, and after I am already clever, I just look down like the penjor. When you are already clever enough, you do not speak much, and you are very, very clever. Just like the ripe rice. When it is coming ripe, then the rice in the middle gets heavy, and bends just like penjor.”

Whatever their origins, whatever their meanings, the Galungan penjor will enchant you as you explore Bali’s roads and pathways. If you visit the communities of Ubud or Canggu, you will see some of the most elaborate of all Galungan penjor .  And if you travel to some of the more remote villages in the mountains of East Bali, you will come across simpler, more whimsical penjor. 

Penjor Galungan Bali

Of course, traditions and ideas established in one village inevitably appeal to penjor creators from another, and styles evolve. Indeed, as one wanders up into the hill villages, the penjor seem to blend East Bali’s whimsy with some of the elements from the more elaborate penjor, and new concepts are born.

You will likely also see penjor which have been created for purposes other than Galungan. Major temple ceremonies always have rows of elaborate penjorto enhance the celebration. The penjor’s eye-catching beauty has also made them popular to announce openings of new businesses and other special events. These penjor are not required to follow the strictures of the Galungan penjorand their designs often reveal the wonderful creativity of the Balinese. 

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Because so many Balinese today are occupied in jobs away from their homes or even their villages, many no longer have the time to make their own decorations so businesses devoted to making these have sprung up along the roadsides. Many of these “new style” embellishments have bright red pompoms and shimmery bits made of nylon and tinsel. But in the last few years, there has been an effort to return to the older style penjor made exclusively of natural materials.

Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the meaning of the penjor seems to be in the heart and soul of every Balinese – even if that meaning differs from one person to the next. An explanation may be based on deep history, or on village or family stories, or even made up on the spot to appease the inquirer’s curiosity.

But one thing is certain. All penjor – those question marks against the Bali sky – signify a deeply held connection to ancient Bali. Regardless of billboards advertising everything from cigarettes to weddings, regardless of the traffic, regardless of modern commercialism, the old Bali is there – if you look for it.

Written by Susan Ruddy… …an Alaskan who, over the last fifteen years, has come to think of Indonesia, and especially Bali, as her second home. She recently published ‘Penjor of Bali’, a full book about Bali’s wonderful penjor.

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Sway, Majestic Arch: Unveiling the Splendor of Balinese Penjor

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If you come to Bali around the time of ‘Galungan and Kuningan’ day, you will be treated to the awe-inspiring sight of tall structures adorned with coconut leaves, gracefully swaying in the island breeze. What are these towering beauties, you might wonder? They are the Balinese Penjor, symbolic offerings to the gods that grace the streets during the holiest of celebrations.

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Picture the vibrant streets of Bali on the Tuesday preceding Galungan, and you'll witness a mesmerizing transformation. Penjors, soaring bamboo structures often reaching up to 10 meters in height, emerge in front of Balinese Hindu homes and business places. A masterpiece of cultural expression, Penjor embodies both spiritual reverence and aesthetic allure.

Each Penjor is meticulously crafted, featuring coconut leaves artfully arranged to create a majestic arch, reminiscent of the sacred Mount Agung—the highest peak in Bali and believed to be the earthly abode of the mountain god, Hyang Giri Pati. The curve of the penjor symbolizes this revered mountain, serving as a physical representation of the divine.

The Meaningful Curve

Penjor Curve

The straight and curved elements of the bamboo in the penjor are said to represent the dichotomy of human nature. The straight section symbolizes the inherent goodness within individuals, while the curve represents the complexities of human imperfection. To compensate for this, the curve is adorned with intricate decorations, emphasizing the human endeavor to beautify the imperfect aspects of life.

Moreover, the curve of the penjor, with its back straight and its tip humbly inclined toward the earth, carries a poignant message of humility and interconnectedness. It serves as a reminder to those who have achieved high status in life that they must never lose sight of their less fortunate fellow humans. The downward-facing nature of the penjor signifies a collective responsibility to acknowledge our common roots—a reminder that all individuals, regardless of their social standing, share a common origin, born of a mother's womb.

The Poignant Reminder

Penjor at Dawn

Galungan, spanning ten sacred days, is a celebration of cosmic balance, marking the triumph of good over evil. As this auspicious period draws near, the Balinese people meticulously prepare for the grand event, culminating in the day of Kuningan—the final day of the festival.

The penjor, standing tall and proud, serves as a poignant reminder of the significance of Galungan. It is a visual ode to Mount Agung, a beacon of spirituality, and a tangible expression of the Balinese people's devotion to their ancestral spirits.

The Sacred Testament

Penjor on Galungan Day

While the penjor's aesthetic beauty is undeniable, its significance transcends mere decoration. It is a living testament to the Balinese people's deep connection with their spirituality and the natural world. The act of erecting a penjor becomes a sacred ritual, a gesture of humility, and a way to harmonize with the divine forces that govern their lives.

As the Balinese streets come alive with the sight of gracefully swaying penjors, one can't help but be drawn into the enchanting world of Balinese spirituality. In every curve of the coconut leaves, there lies a story—a narrative of gratitude, reverence, and the eternal dance between the earthly and the divine. The Balinese Penjor, with its towering presence, invites all who witness it to join in this timeless celebration of life, spirituality, and the profound connection between the seen and the unseen.

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Villa Penjor Bali is the perfect combination of stunning Balinese craftsmanship and architecture with the luxurious touches that make your getaway the memory of a lifetime. It has been a family home and now the owner wants other families and friends to enjoy the space they have created. The owner designed and built this villa to capture the essence of Bali life, with a combination of indoor and outdoor living. The owner has sourced all the furniture and pieces in the villa and many are treasures from travels around Indonesia and in fact from around the world.

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Our luxury villa is located near Mertasari beach, so you walk just a few minutes out the front door and you are on the beach. Or a few minutes in the other direction and you are in the heart of Sanur with restaurants, bars, shopping and spas along the way.

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Rachel Lovelock has lived in Bali for nearly 26 years and has written prolifically about this lovely little island for numerous magazines and guidebooks. Here, she answers a reader's question about how much can be seen on a week-long visit to Bali.

Question:  I’m planning a vacation to Bali and wondering how much of the island I can see. How many different places can I fit into a week-long trip? 

Answer: To really explore Bali, you’ll need more than a week. So, next time, make full use of your 30-day visa-on-arrival, and come for a month! For this trip, have a think about what it is you're looking to experience on the island – do you just want beach time, nightlife and fun or are you after a more cultural journey? Here are two different ways to spend your week in Bali.

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Stay put for a week-long beach party in the south

If you’re only in search of sun, sea, sand, surf and nightlife, you might as well remain in the same place for the duration of your seven-day stay. Canggu with its dynamic waves, yoga studios, gyms, vegan-friendly restaurants, beach clubs and bars has garnered a reputation for being Bali’s hippest neighborhood, but day trips to other areas are hampered by the horrible traffic jams in and out of this once-rural village.

The alternative is Uluwatu on Bali’s southwestern-most tip, from where you can spend your week exploring the Bukit Peninsula . Here, you’ll find all of the above including astonishing cliff clubs, spellbinding views, the most thrilling surf breaks on the island and a series of white-gold and demerara-sugar-sand beaches, including the poetically-named Dreamland and Green Bowl, as well as Bingin, Balangan, Padang Padang, Suluban and Nyang Nyang, all of which are way more beautiful than Canggu. 

Or travel around and explore Bali’s culture

Feeling dismayed by the rapidly changing face of tourism on the island and the unregulated development of the land? I suggest you steer clear of the crowded southern plains. Forsake the excesses of hedonistic Canggu and the influencer tours of Bali’s most Instagrammable destinations. Rent a car and driver, or brave the self-drive option, and embrace the adventure on this route.

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Start in Ubud, Bali's cultural hub (2 nights)

For a cultural immersion, spend a couple of nights in popular Ubud , which has long been recognized as Bali’s artistic center, and continues to attract bohemians and cosmic seekers. Visit the museums and galleries, the traditional market, royal palace , and monkey forest with its ancient temples ; watch the island’s most accomplished painters, stonemasons, woodcarvers, mask-makers and silversmiths at work in the nearby villages. Shops and restaurants are plentiful and there are some exceptional walks. Accommodation ranges from simple family homestays amid the rice fields to boutique hotels and villas set upon the steep sides of jungle-clad river gorges.

Explore agricultural life in Sidemen Valley (2 nights)

Sidemen welcomes visitors yet is still removed from mainstream tourism in the island’s royal regency of Karangasem. Here, Gunung Agung , Bali’s highest and most sacred volcano, provides a dramatic backdrop to a panorama of rice fields and forests as far as your eyes can see. This is a place that offers you a privileged insight into Balinese agricultural life. You might witness, for example, the planting or harvesting of the rice, or the gathering of the bright orange marigold flowers used as offerings in Balinese rituals. The Sidemen Valley is the start point for climbing the mighty Mt Agung, or rafting the Telaga Waja River. 

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Stop by Pasir Putih for lunch

Swing by the lovely beach of Pasir Putih, meaning "white sands" − actually more silver than white − only 26km (16 miles) from Sidemen. This beach is fringed by a coconut grove with a sheer cliff behind. You can lunch on nasi goreng or fresh fish at one of the grass-roofed warungs (food stalls), and relish the laid-back vibe.

Candidasa is a good base for diving/snorkeling (2 nights)

A 20-minute drive west of Pasir Putih, the charmingly old-fashioned seaside village of Candidasa is another convenient base for a two-night stay. There is a good choice of accommodations and restaurants − be sure to dine at Vincent’s , as well as making the most of an opportunity to enjoy some very cool diving and snorkeling experiences. You can charter a traditional jukung  (flat-bottomed fishing boat), complete with captain and snorkeling gear. Ask a local guide to take you on a walk through the rice fields, and wander through the ancient walled village of Tenganan, 3km (2 miles) from Candidasa, where the residents practice a time-honored lifestyle based around ritual, ceremony and strict customary laws. 

Squeeze in a day trip to Kintamani 

Consider a detour to Kintamani; there’s no escaping the day trippers here, while en-route you’ll see Instagrammers galore at the Tegallalang rice terraces, but the active volcano, Gunung Batur and its crater lake is a spectacular sight.

Relax on the beach in Seminyak or Sanur (1 night)

Conclude your holiday with a night in either Seminyak or Sanur , both of which are fun, beachside locations only 30 minutes’ drive from the airport.

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    Penjor is a tall bamboo decorated with coconut leaves with sanggah cucuk. Sanggah cucuk is a small triangle box on the base that is used to place the offerings during certain religious celebration in Bali. The Penjor has length often up to 10 m and is placed in front of the house of the Balinese, or business place, it makes a beautiful effect in Bali's streets.

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    Each Penjor is meticulously crafted, featuring coconut leaves artfully arranged to create a majestic arch, reminiscent of the sacred Mount Agung—the highest peak in Bali and believed to be the earthly abode of the mountain god, Hyang Giri Pati. The curve of the penjor symbolizes this revered mountain, serving as a physical representation of the divine.

  13. About Us

    Penjor Bali Tour & Travel, is a well known established travel agent since 1996 set and operated by professional team during years of experience covering a wide range of tourism activities and industry.

  14. Penjor Shuttle, Penjor Travel Bali dan Jawa

    Travel Penjor berkembang dengan sangat pesat karena kami tetap terus berusaha meningkatkan kualitas pelayanan, mendengar keluhan dan kritikan dari para penumpang. Kami juga berusaha untuk selalu menjadi yang terdepan dalam produk dan pelayanan.

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    Penjor Tours / transportation will gladly to arrange your tour and travel around Bali. We have prime-class of armada to suit your traveling need.

  16. Penjor

    A penjor ( Balinese: ᬧᬾᬜ᭄ᬚᭀᬃ) is a Balinese Hindu religious symbol of prosperity installed on the day of the Galungan ceremony. Its form is of a tall, decorated bamboo pole and can be seen across Bali year-round in front of homes, compounds and are part of temple anniversary celebrations as well almost every other important ...

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  19. Special Offer

    Special Offer. Embark on an exceptional travel adventure with Penjor Tour's Special Offers. Our thoughtfully curated selection of special packages is designed to enhance your journey, providing a seamless fusion of convenience, luxury, and genuine exploration. From immersive cultural experiences to thrilling adventure getaways, each offer is ...

  20. Villa Penjor Bali

    Villa Penjor Bali is the perfect combination of stunning Balinese craftsmanship and architecture with the luxurious touches that make your getaway the memory of a lifetime. It has been a family home and now the owner wants other families and friends to enjoy the space they have created. The owner designed and built this villa to capture the essence of Bali life, with a combination of indoor ...

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  22. About Bali

    Previous slide Next slide ABOUT BALI Bali, often hailed as the "Island of the Gods," stands as an idyllic haven for tourists seeking a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. This Indonesian gem, though small in size, boasts an immense reputation for its stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, and vibrant arts scene. From the […]

  23. How many places can I visit in Bali in a week?

    Just got a week in Bali? Our local travel writer shares two different ways to spend your time.

  24. Beyond Bali Tour & Travel

    Embark on a transcendent journey with Penjor Tour as we redefine Tours & Activities Beyond Bali. Our expedition extends beyond the borders of Bali to unveil the diverse wonders that lie outside the island. Penjor Tour is your passport to discovering extraordinary destinations, each brimming with its own unique charm and allure. From cultural odysseys to thrilling adventures, our meticulously ...