Andrew dives head-first into the culture of Bali, exploring a unique, coming-of-age ceremony, getting a visit from a family of furry creatures and more. Check out his photos.
Andrew checks out the Pasur Badung also known as the Denpasar Market.
Balinese men and women get their teeth filed as part of a Hindu coming-of-age ritual at the Nyuh Kuning Temple grounds.
A faux bull is used to carry the body that will be burned in a cremation ceremony.
Two Balinese boys enjoy a bike ride through the streets of Denpasar.
Snapshot of an ornate pool at a villa in Bali.
Andrew wears traditional dress at the cremation of a high priestess in Ubud, Bali.
A man delivers various rice cakes to a vendor at a street market outside Denpasar.
Offerings are made at the Lawar at Nyuh Kuning Temple grounds in Nyuh Kuning, Ubud.
Dramatic shot of a temple in Ubud.
Family of monkeys at the Uluwatu Temple.
Andrew chats with 2 locals about the art of Mepantigan, a ceremony that combines Balinese dance, music and martial arts.