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  • Fire War Tradition of Tuban Symbolizes Magical Power

    Fire War Tradition of Tuban Symbolizes Magical Power0

    Indeed Bali has inexhaustible traditions and cultures. As carried out by Tuban customary village, Kuta, they perform a ritual handed down from ancestors through generations known as siat geni or fire war. This tradition is undertaken by two groups of customary youth club from two hamlets namely the Tuban Geria and Pesalakan in Tuban. They

  • Jimbaran Market

    Jimbaran Market0

    Jimbaran Market The Jimbaran market, also known as ‘Pasar Desa Adat Jimbaran’, is the main source of fresh groceries and daily necessities among the local residents of the Jimbaran village. This morning market is centrally located on the Jalan Uluwatu main road, before entering the sunset and seafood beachfront area of Jimbaran bay. Busiest at

  • Taman Sari Market

    Taman Sari Market0

    The Taman Sari Market, locally referred to as ‘Pasar Taman Sari’, is one of very few local markets of its kind that can be found around the Seminyak area. A unique deviation from the predominantly upscale boutique shopping and world-class dining scenes that the resort area of Seminyak is better known for, this local market

  • Taman Mumbul as Spiritual Tourist Attraction in Badung

    Taman Mumbul as Spiritual Tourist Attraction in Badung0

    Realizing Taman Mumbul as a spiritual tourist destination in Badung is a very smart idea. In addition to keeping the village asset, it can also bring in economic benefits for local community. Just imagine, every day there are always guests coming to make a visit. Moreover, they also come on auspicious days, like Kliwon, full

  • Pucak Tedung Temple

    Pucak Tedung Temple0

    This beautiful temple is located on a plateau of Kerta village, Petang, Badung. It is approximately 30 km north of Denpasar. Amazing natural scenery can be seen from the temple courtyard. It will be clearly seen the view of the eastern, southern and western part of Bali Island. Vehicles passing in Baturiti heading for Singaraja

  • Gunung Payung Beach

    Gunung Payung Beach0

    Gunung Payung Beach, otherwise referred to locally as Pantai Gunung Payung, is one of the ‘hidden beaches’ on Bali’s southern coast, where you can find a remote and quiet setting over great seascapes. The location takes its name from a Balinese Hindu temple complex of the same name (Pura Dhang Kahyangan Gunung Payung) that is

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