NO SARONG, NO SASH, NO ENTER.
Most Balinese are not usually offended or surprised by a Westerner's ignorance of Balinese customs and beliefs. When
entering a temple or witnessing a religious ceremony, you should wear the customary sarong and selendang (sash) over
appropriate clothing. In a temple it is considered rude to walk directly in front of people praying. According to an ancient
law still strictly adhered to today, a person with a bleeding cut or a menstruating woman is not allowed to enter a temple
because blood on holy soil is taboo.