Foreign community does not only appreciate the Balinese arts. Handicraft products in the form of bricks produced by villagers of Tulikup, Gianyar, also become their pride. As evidence, the typical red brick of the village is often ordered by foreign consumers to make their own building. Some of them have been sent to the United States, India and Europe.
The brick product by Tulikup society is indeed different. Such a brick is usually used to make sacred building such as shrine (temple) and Balinese traditional house. The matter of shape can be similar to ordinary brick, but the fineness of material and density must be different. As a result, the price of the typical brick of Tulikup is quite expensive.
Have you ever dine at Dewi Sinta Hotel & Restaurant? the first restaurant and hotel in Tanah Lot tourism object (DTW) now serve new menu that is really tasty. The menu is a combination of modern and traditional dish. “We want to give another option for the tourists,” said the owner Dewi Sinta Hotel, I Gst Gde Aryadi .
The menu is Balinese pizza, a pizza combined with “sambal matah” traditional Balinese dish. There are vegetarian pizza, seafood, burger and hot dog, all comined with sambal matah. There are also betutu chicken, fried duck and other dish for up to 6 people. “Even the demand of pizza in Tanah Lot is not high but we atill offer the dish so it will complete our menu,” he added.
Cool air envelopes the skins of travelers when entering the Bagus Agro Plaga. In the surrounding area, fruit trees, vegetables and flowers grow naturally and are well maintained. More beautiful scenery can be observed when the allures of Mount Agung and Mount Batur are visible from a distance. It is the atmosphere offered by the agro tourism object located at Petang, Plaga subdistrict, Badung.
The Bagus Agro Plaga spreading across the area of 19 hectares is located on the hills with an altitude of 750 meters above sea level. It is around 45 km from Denpasar. The agrotourism object is also within a walking distance from some tourist attractions like Sangeh, Nungnung Waterfall, tourism villages, Tukad Bangkung Bridge and Kintamani. Considering the location is vast and hilly region, simply put on sandals or casual sneakers.
Have you ever made a visit to Bongkasa Pertiwi tourism village? Rafting lovers or ATV ride adventurers and cycling fans will surely be familiar with this village. Understandably, this beautiful village is chosen as the finish point of rafting adventure taking advantage of the challenging rapids of the Ayung River. Even, more than three rafting companies choose finish point at this village.
Bongkasa Pertiwi village is located in the Abiansemal subdistrict, Badung, which can be reached by car within about 30 minutes from Denpasar. The trip to the village is really fun. On the right and left side of the road, you can still encounter paddy fields and moors remaining to be cultivated traditionally. Houses of local residents remain to look everlasting as they are made in accordance with Balinese geomancy or better known as the Kosala Kosali.
The beauty of the sea and Tanah Lot Temple is unique. Undeniably, this uniqueness is coupled with the magnificent view of sunset. Unfortunately due to restricted tourist visiting hours, many tourists are in a hurry to enjoy the beauty of the sunset at this place. In response to this, the management of Tanah Lot tourist attraction will extend the visiting hours. Previously, the operation hours from 07:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. will be increased up to two hours to give better comfort to visitors. “We are planning an additional visiting hour. So far, we are still making a study in terms of visitor safety,” said Ketut Toya Adnyana, manager of the Tanah Lot tourist attraction.
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