Pinge Village

Pinge Village

Pinge hamlet has a very beautiful natural panorama. The air is cool and comfortable as being free from pollution. Along the country road leading to the hamlet, we can see the neat courtyard, while the neighborhood is clean enough. Each telajakan (public area) is planted with flowers so that butterflies and birds can play and

Pinge hamlet has a very beautiful natural panorama. The air is cool and comfortable as being free from pollution. Along the country road leading to the hamlet, we can see the neat courtyard, while the neighborhood is clean enough. Each telajakan (public area) is planted with flowers so that butterflies and birds can play and dance intimately in a peaceful rural atmosphere. Afternoon atmosphere will be comfortable. Small animals such as dog-day cicadas give a nuance of beautiful village. ‘Arrogant’ crows of roosters make our journey more comfortable. Then, familiar smile of the locals leads us to a convenient ambience to be here.

Pinge hamlet is about 1 km from the center of Tua village office, about 8 km from the Marga subdistrict town or 18 km from Tabanan town. The village is located at an altitude of 500-750 meters above sea level with a relatively flat topography and fertile land suitable for farming rice and vegetables. It has a number of unique cultural potential.

There is Natar Jemeng temple that stores some objects of the archaeological heritage in the form of Ganesha statue, lingam-yoni and Kiranti with the status as cultural heritage. At this hamlet lie some temples such as the Subak Pinge temple, Puseh temple, Penataran temple, Melanting temple and Dalem temple. This reflects if the hamlet has had high civilization. It is said, the Jemeng temple was the origin of Pinge hamlet.

House of local residents is built in a row facing the road, where each is restricted by a compound wall and angkul-angkul (traditional gates). On average, each house compound has some buildings such as the bale daja (northern pavilion), bale dangin (eastern pavilion) and other buildings that have function associated with the local traditions and customs. Another unique element is that each house compound has a connecting door to adjacent neighbor. It is intended to maintain the familial relationship and togetherness.

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