Bedulu customary village, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, has a unique tradition known as ngambeng. This ngayah or devotional works conducted by a number of children is a part of the procession of the piodalan or anniversary of Samuantiga Temple. By and large, this tradition is done 15 to 8 days before the temple anniversary.
Want to have a promenade while enjoying rural atmosphere? Try the path offered by the Ancient Trekking Road located at Blahbatuh village, Gianyar County, or approximately 19 km east of Denpasar. In addition to passing the rice field landscape, this trekking activity also offers the visit to archaeological sites as well as magical atmosphere of a palace.
Have you not been to this tourist attraction? It’s a pity if you have not. Sekar Bumi is not only a cool nature tourist attraction, but also a place of education. Of course, the area is a forest being rich in rare and medicinal plants in addition to having various types of cut flowers like heliconia. The existing atmosphere and tourist attraction are not far behind the Bedugul. Road facility can now be passed through by large-size tourism vehicles. So no wonder, the Sekar Bumi has become the center of the garden supplying a variety of flowers to numerous hotels and restaurants on the Island of the Gods.
Pakudui village in Tegallalang, Gianyar, does not only offer beautiful and cool atmosphere, but also keeps a strong indigenous wisdom. Most of the residents work as a sculptor, specializing in the making of Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) or literally golden eagle bird mounted by Lord Vishnu. Therefore, Pakudui village is often dubbed as ‘Garuda Village’ of Bali.
Location of Pakudui village is not far from the Ceking rice terrace tourist attraction that has been famous for the uniqueness in the form of terracing system. To reach the location, it takes about 60 minutes with a distance of approximately 50 km from Denpasar City.
If you are a spiritualist, try to feel the vibration of the magical temple of Goa Garba or Garba Cave. Aura of the cave is so pronounced. People who aim to meditate and gain knowledge often come to this cave. This Goa Garba ancient relic is located beneath the Pengukur-Ukuran Temple estimated to have been built around the twelfth century AD during the reign of King Jayapangus.
Goa Garba is located at Sawegunung hamlet, Pejeng village, Tampaksiring subdistrict, Gianyar. By car, it is about 50 minutes away or about 34 km from Denpasar. This historic site is now becoming a tourist destination visited by many foreign travelers.
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