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Ancient Village Trekking

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US$30 (Adult), US$15 (Child) Includes:
Joined transfer from/to your hotel in air conditioned vehicle
Professional guide
All entrance fees
Welcome drink
Lunch or dinner
Mineral water
Cold towel

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Wed, 29 Oct 2014 @12:30

Bedulu Village

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Bedulu Village is an ancient village where Bedahulu or Bedulu Kingdom was. Bedahulu or Bedulu kingdom is an ancient kingdom on the island of Bali in 8th century until the 14th century, located at Bedulu, Gianyar, Bali.

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Sun, 8 Jun 2014 @13:16

Mas Village

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Mas Village is one of villages in Bali fundamentally identified as an artistic countryside by focusing in artistic of wood carving. Mas Village is located in Ubud sub district and Gianyar Regency, east part of Bali.

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Tue, 2 Oct 2012 @14:23

Trunyan Traditional Village

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Trunyan Traditional Village located from Kedisan, on the shores of Lake Batu, a prahu takes you across the lake to Trunyan, hemmed in by the towering crater wall. A path down the rim of the crater also leads there. Cut off and relatively inaccessible, Trunyan is technically and culturally outside the Balinese mainstream. The inhabitants-who call themselves the BaliAga, or the "original Balinese"-to this day retain a social order aligned with prehistoric traditions.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:20

Munduk Village

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Munduk Village is located just 5 kilo meters from Lake Bratan. Coffee plantation spread up on the hill, facing to the lakes, Bratan, Tamblingan. Driving up from Bedugul, make this area fresh due to up area and breeze of tropical trees

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:02

Tenganan Village

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Tenganan Village has maintained its ancient pre Hindu customs through a strong code of non-fraternization with outsiders. Tenganan Pegeringsingan is one of the most conservative villages of the Bali Aga "original Balinese". Tenganan is also well known for its geringsing cloth or double ikat. Through an intricate process of weaving and dyeing, known only here, a single cloth takes five years to complete. which is supposed to protect the wearer with magic powers. Here unique rituals offering dances, and gladiator ( the fight of the Pandanus leaves) takes place only once a year.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:53

Sibetan Village

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Sibetan Village from Subagan, the village in the solidified lava flow outside Amlapura slowly putting itself back together, a road heads west along the foothills of Gunung Agung. It meets the Klungkung Besakih road at Rendang, and thus makes possible a round trip in Karangasem
The island route provides a chance to explore seldom-visited villages of the beautiful east. Women carrying loads of sweet potatoes, spices and bound piglets, men leading cows for sale, make their way to the village markets which teem with activity until around moon. Large markets come round every three days, that at Bebandem being especially interesting. A few kilometers farther west is Sibetan, rich in rice and fruit, famous for sank, a brown fruit with the texture of an apple and clothed in a skin resembling that of cobra. Plantations of the low thorny sank palms cover the range between Sibetan and Selat. From Selat a back-road leads through lseh and Sideman to just east of Klungkung.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:52

Ubud Village

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Ubud is located in attractive environment of picturesque emerald green rice fields, along the edges of deep gorgeous river in the stunning center Balinese foothill around 30 km from Denpasar town. Ubud got its name from ubad, which means medicine, due to the fact that there are many plants in this area used in making traditional medicine. Ubud surrounding, are considered the best on the island, the traditional dancing and music is of excellent quality.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:36
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Sukawati Village

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Sukawati Village: Ancient court and Bali's best dalangs.
Conveniently located midway between mountain slopes and the sea on the main road north of Denpasar on the way to Ubud, Sukawati is a modest town of few tourist attractions as such, yet it is rich in cultural traditions and offers much for the interested visitor.
At one time, Sukawati stood with Klungkung as one of the two great negara or kingdoms of Bali. From Tegallalang to Ubud to Singapadn. topeng mask dancers still interprete the history of the old realm of Sukawati before rapt audiences. Here the arts have remained vital, thanks to royal patronage and commissions from other parts of the island. Sukawati is best known, however, for its many shadow-puppet masters or dalang. As many as 20 of these artists and their troupes are available for hire for ceremonial occasions and they travel all over Bali to perform. The Balinese say that the dalang of Sukawati are the best on the island because of many generations of experience

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:17

Celuk Village

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Celuk Gold & Silver Smith, a silver-spun dragon twice encircles the wrist to form a bracelet sold in the village of Celuk, a center of gold and silver work. Original designs in delicate filigree make Balinese jewelry one of the most unusual styles in Asia. Although individual pieces are elaborate, they have simple origins in their making. Artisans use a tree stump with a protruding iron spike as a pounding base, a bamboo stem to catch the filings, and a manually operated gas pump for heat. As with most Balinese crafts, gold and silver work is largely an hereditary trade. Apprentices begin young. By the time the boys are twelve, they are already producing fine ornaments from the precious metals. However, the increased demand by tourists has resulted in the craft extending beyond the traditional clan. Almost every family in Celuk now makes or sells gold and silver work.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:08

Batubulan Village

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Batu Bulan Village is a home of the Barong.
Ten km northeast of Denpasar, Batubulan is a village known throughout Bali for its ornate door-guardian statues, carved of soft paras volcanic tuff. Until these became popular for secular use earlier in this century, the carvings were only used in temples or palaces, but this artform has spread extensively in recent years and is today found in homes and public buidings. Batubulan is also home to three famous Barong Dance troupes who perform Seven times a week at 9.30am on their own stages before bus-loads of enthralled tourists. The development of these groups parallels that of tourism in Bali, but even so the Batubulan barong troupes are relatively young. The first, the Danjalan Barong Group, was established in 1970, while the Tegaltamu and Puri Agung groups were formed later. The three troupes also perform on a large stage that was constructed especially for this purpose in the outer courtyard of Pura Puseh Bendul in 1986.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:05

Batuan Village

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Batuan Village of Ancestral Spirits.
For over a thousand years Batuan has been a village of artists and craftsmen, old legends and mysterious tales. Batuan recorded history begins in A.D. 1022, with an inscription that is housed in the main village temple, Pura Desa Batuan. The name Batuan or Baturan mentioned here prompts villagers to joke about being tough as stone or eating rocks as batu means stone in Balinese. But it likely refers to an ancient megalithic tradition in which standing stones served as meeting places and ceremonial sites for the worship of ancestral spirits. Because Batuan became a center from which Buddhist priests and brahmans spread to the main court centers of south Bali, the village has an unusual preponderance of brabmans. DeZoete and Spies, in their famous book Dance and Drama in Bali, describe it almost entirely a brahman village.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:02

Bedugul Village

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Bedugul Village, Bali's highland retreat, tucked into the crater of an extinct volcano, 1400 meters above the sea level, it has cold climate with temperature at night is 18 degree C at night and 24 degree C at daytime. It is known for its excellent golf course.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @13:35

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