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Let's speak in Balinese

Let's speak in Balinese language (Bahasa/ Basa Bali)

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Balinese Greetings. Image: balinaturaltreasure.com
 If you go to visit a country, it would be even more fun if you can speak the local language. You do not need to be fluent, but the local people are very happy if you greet and talk to them even if you only know a little of their language. If you go to Bali, I suggest to remember words and simple sentences that are listed below: 

1.    Greetings:
Balinese greetings, Om Swastiastu, rahajeng semeng, matur suksma, terimakasih
Om Swastiastu. Image: flickr
 When you meet people in Bali, before greeting or saying good morning, good afternoon or good evening, remember to say this greeting first: Om Swastiastu. This is similar to saying  Shalom, Salaam walaikum, Namaste, and so on. When you says Om Swastiastu, be sure incorporate both your hands in front of your chest (see picture).

a. Good Morning : Rahajeng Semeng
b. Good Evening : Rahajeng Wengi
c. Thank you : Suksma (Matur Suksma)
d. Excuse me! : Sugra nggih! 
e. My name is John : Wastan tiang John
f. How are you? : Punapi gatra? Or Kenken kabare?
g. I am fine : Tiang becik-becik
h. Good Bye : Pamit Nggih