Andrew's next stop is the Indonesian island of Bali, where he participates in a cricket-fighting match, learns the art of Mepantigan, witnesses a tooth-filing ceremony for adolescents and eats a ceremonial ...Go to Episode
Andrew learns the art of Mepantigan, a ceremony combining elements of Balinese dance, music and mixed martial arts. He does something he never thought possible: He walks on fire!
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Andrew joins hundreds of chefs making lawar, a traditional meal made by slaughtering a pig and using all of its parts: raw pig's blood, organs, entrails, skin, fat and meat. It's enough to feed hundreds at a coming-of-age ceremony.
Nyuh Kuning, Bali, Indonesia
Andrew joins thousands of spectators at an annual bull race. Hundreds of farmers race their prized water buffaloes. Jockeys steer as the buffalo pull carts.
Negara, Bali, Indonesia
Andrew joins an entire village to celebrate the passing of a local priestess in a traditional Hindu ceremony. The corpse is placed in a tower and cremated as a symbolic act to free the soul for reincarnation.
Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia
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