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The people are so nice and friendly. They were preparing for the moonlight ceremony when I visited. There were some activities in their Banjar on that day. The houses are so ancient. They speak a different language from the normal Balinese and have slightly different...More
We found Tenganan worth seeing, but we didn't buy anything. Everything worth buying was way overpriced. (I already have pre-world War II double Ikat weavings, acquired almost 40 years ago. These are superior to what you get nowadays).
They are pretty firm on their high...More
Before the trip, i read an article about Desa Tenganan. And by the time i got there, i witness everything. The handycraft and the ambience so great. Authentic houses stand along the walk. Woven fabrics hanging on each door. Lots of wooden craft attached on...More
This Tenganan village near Candidasa of Bali is being maintained very carefully to hold its heritage value. You can see cocks being kept in hand made boxes which are kept outside of each house. These cocks are put to cock fighting in periodic time intervals...More
If you visit bali maybe its identic with beaches, temples or hindu religion.but don't forget, in eastern part of bali it is in karangasem regency lies a traditional village,the original of balinese called BALI AGA.this village is Tenganan, all of original balinese cultures and traditions...More