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  • Pekutatan Beach

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    Pekutatan beach offers a magnificent sunrise and sunset scenery where tourists can enjoy their time taking a refreshing swim or just relaxing in a quiet place. The beach and the live style it offers are interesting attractions for tourists. This location is also suitable for surfing and other water sports

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  • Palasari Dam

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    The Palasari Dam is located at Ekasari village, Melaya subdistrict, in Jembrana, 26 km to the west of the town of Negara. The dam serves to control flooding in the area and as a source of irrigation water for farmers and for fishing and other forms of recreation.

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  • Museum of Ancient Man

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    Since 1963, Indonesian archeological experts including Prof Dr. R Soejono and Prof. Dr. T Jacob have been conducting research in the area of Gilimanuk. Their studies revealed hundreds of human skeletons dating from the end of the prehistoric age and have all the hallmark features of the mongoloid race.

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  • Medewi Beach

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    Medewi Beach is one of a unique beach located at Jembrana Regency, Pekutatan Subdistric, Medewi Village or 72 km west of Denpasar. It offers a very charming curve of beach. This beach is quiet different from others because the sorrounding mostly cover by stone.

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  • Kendang Mebarung

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    Kendang Mebarung is a percussion technique that is unique to just nine villages in the regency of jembrana. Kendang Mebarung is played on two giant Kendang (traditional drums) and was originally restricted to religious ceremonies, but has since been developed into an art form used for entertainement. Kendang Mebarung is now sometimes played along with

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  • Jegog

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    Jegog refers to both a set of bamboo musical instruments as well as style of performance that was created by Kiyang Geliduh, an artist from Sebual sub village, in the sub district of Negara in 1912. Originally Jegog reffered to a traditional musical instrument made of bamboo,

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