Bali's identity is closely connected to the history of the island and its role of welcome of different cultures and religions throughout the arc of several centuries. An example of these connections are the still visible traces of the arrival by sea of Chinese merchants around the fourteenth century, their presence is still readable today in the area thanks to the special characteristics of some temples and the use of ancient coins in the rituals. It should not be a surprise if the Chinese community shares with the local one its Festivity such as the one linked at the beginning of the New Year. On February 10, 2024 the Year of the Rabbit will end and the arrival of the Year of the Wooden Dragon will be celebrated, the luckiest of the Zodiac signs, a symbol of power and energy, an excellent wish for the New Year whose celebrations will be unmissable. The Chinese New Year is known to Bali as Immlek and turns into a mix of Chinese traditions with Balinese influences. Prayers in front of the altars, candles and incense sticks, offers and red lanterns that adorn the houses, everything presents itself through oriental-style decorations and colorful ceremonies in which it is possible to participate in public places, with the possibility of enjoying the Fusion cuisine born from this incredible encounter of cultures.