Kemenuh village is an attractive tourism village in Bali. The village with the population of 1,056 people has been commonly visited by tourists. Handicraft products like sculpture, Tegenungan Waterfall attraction and local culture have become the appeals. Beautiful village with rice field view also has accommodation like hotel and villas. Interestingly, the property is owned and managed by local people.
Alas Tiyingan (bamboo forest) is the name given to the natural tourist attraction located at Tiyingan hamlet, Bukihan village, Payangan subdistrict, Gianyar. Despite its name, this forest that spreads over an area of about 20 hectares is not entirely made up of bamboo. In fatc it is mostly made up of rare plants that are used in ceremonies and upakara for the Hindu community in Bali.
Gianyar Urban Park is not only a decoration beautifying the look of the town. However, it has already become a tourist attraction. Various flowers growing beautifully make it into a more magnificent place. Moreover, it is also equipped with a statue based on ancient mythologies retaining stories with philosophies and making it look more attractive.
Have you ever heard about the Yeh Pulu tourist attraction? Well, one day try to make a visit to this object located at Batu Lumbang hamlet, Bedulu village, Blahbatuh, Gianyar. It is very close to Goa Gajah and Ubud or approximately 14 km east from the city of Denpasar. Relief panels on the wall depict the ancient Balinese society.
It exudes relatively peaceful atmosphere and positive aura. When stepping down the trail is very convenient because we are comforted by the singing of birds and other animals living in peace at local paddy fields. When getting hot and want to soothe the body, you can purify yourself at the spring located right next to the entrance to the object area.
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.
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