Weaving activities in Taman Nusa attract foreign travelers. This tourist attraction is located on Jalan Taman Bali, Blahpane Klod hamlet, Sidan village, Gianyar. Tourist attraction featuring a wide range of cultures such as customary houses, works of art and typical cuisines of Indonesia seems increasingly livelier and more unique. Moreover, there are typical Indonesian community activities such as the making of local handicrafts by weaving.
In one of the customary houses namely the Lio Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, there are activities undertaken by native weavers. “When there are visitors making a visit to the Lio house, they usually ask about weaving and immortalize some photos of the weaving products. In addition, they are also curious to weave and get the feel of the process,” said a cloth weaver in Taman Nusa, Novi Tsiompah. Novi explained the woven motif varied such as floral, animal, combination of lines and much more. “The main material in use is cotton yarn.
Medewi Beach tourist attraction in Jembrana is now being beautified by arranging the sidewalk. Construction of the sidewalk along 250 meters is meant to provide comfort for travelers. “Many travelers are spending holidays in Jembrana, especially at Medewi,” said Deputy Regent of Jembrana I Made Kembang Hartawan accompanied by the Head of Education, Tourism and Culture Agency, I Nengah Alit, when making a site inspection to the sidewalk construction, Friday (Nov 22). Being famous for surfing activity, Medewi is indeed favored by foreign travelers. Moreover, at the end of each year, such exotic beach is always thronged by abundant visitors. Aside from local community, foreign travelers are also crowded. “This sidewalk also serves to control the rainwater. Before there was no sidewalk, the run-off often spills onto the street so it disrupts tourist activities,” he said.
In Nusa Penida Islands lie three large temples called Tri Purusa. They include the Dalem Ped, Puncak Mundi and Batu Medawu Temple. Among the three temples, the Batu Medawu Temple is implementing a series of ritual consisting of Mamungkah, Ngenteg Linggih, Mapeselang, Ngingkup, Bangun Ayu, Pemarayungan and Mapedanan starting from October 4. Peak of the ritual was held on Wednesday (Nov 27) right on the pujawali or anniversary of the local temple. As planned, the worship will be opened for six days before being closed on Tuesday (Dec 3). Series of the ritual was presented by priest of Batu Medawu Temple, Jero Mangku Sugianta, Saturday (Nov 16).
Batu Medawu Temple is located at Suana village, right in the west of Semaya hamlet. As one of the Sad Kahyangan temples in Klungkung, it has a long history. Jero Mangku Sugianta explained that Batu Medawu name was originated from the word perahu (traditional boat) splitting a rock. The temple priest from of Batu Mulapan hamlet said the history on the origin was reinforced with Nusa Penida Chronicle that told about the story on I Renggan, one of the grandsons of Dukuh Jumpungan that would like to conquer Bali by riding his magic boat.
Recently, the amazing Lake Beratan was named one of the world’s most beautiful lakes. Beauty of Lake Beratan at Bedugul, Tabanan, Bali, was paralleled with Lake Superior in Michigan (US), West Lake in China and Lake Kawaguchi in Japan. “We are very proud because Lake Beratan owned by Bali and Indonesia was nominated one of the most beautiful lakes. The lake has become one of the wonders bestowed by God to nature,” said Operations Manager of Ulun Danu Beratan tourist attraction, I Wayan Mustika.
Dewi Sinta Restaurant is a favorite dining spot for tourists visiting Tanah Lot tourist attraction. The first restaurant at the natural and cultural tourist attraction is almost never empty of visitors either for breakfast, lunch or dinner. However, the type of tourists coming to enjoy its delicacy has shifted to group of domestic tourists from Java, Sumatra and other regions outside of Bali.
Owner of Dewi Sinta Hotel, Restaurant & Spa, I Gusti Gde Aryadi, said that group of tourists making a visit to Tanah Lot remained to choose Dewi Sinta as their dining venue. Aside from offering spacious place with a capacity of 200 people, the menus on offer were also affordable. “There were always tourists coming to eat here. They mostly come in groups,” he said.
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