Boxing Day

December 03, 2015

Traditionally, Boxing Day was celebrated in Europe the day after Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts known as a "Christmas box" from their bosses or employers. In today’s modern world, Boxing Day is celebrated worldwide as a Public Holiday, and in Bali, people enjoy their Boxing Day relaxing and having fun at the island’s many sought-after and exquisite hotspots indulging in an array of delicious culinary treats and refreshing tropical drinks. 


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