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Agritourism, Bali Village Life & Traditional Farming

Agritourism is agriculturally based activity that brings visitors to a farm or ranch. And yes, I’m offering agritourism package service for anyone who interest on farm and agritainment.


You will visit our village and get involve with local people there, which will definitely enrich your traveling experiences! Warmth welcome by our team upon arrival at the village, with English speaking local guide. Young coconut water refreshment, Tea/Coffee, and Traditional set lunch. Cold towel at the end of activities, because, you will be sweat walking in ricefield 🙂


Price is US$ 65.00/person (minimum 2 persons). Child under 10 years old is 50% price.


  • Teaching. Get the feeling interaction with the kids in the atmosphere of teaching and learning process upon visiting a local elementary school (subject to school holidays). Experience to be a teacher simply by introducing your home country and language through a short sing and song.
  • Daily Balinese Life Activities. Visiting a unique Balinese houses setting where over fifteen family from one ancestor leaving harmoniously in one compound. Involve with them on their daily life to get a closely feeling, you will be welcomed.
  • Farming Activities. Walking along with local farmers in a farmer hat and equipment toward the rice field could be something different. Further
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    more, involve with them in traditionally rice cultivating process up to planting rice is amazing experience in your life. While enjoying passing on the rice field line, more variety vegetables could be seen and a chance meeting other local farmers, then hold a short chat with them.

  • Plantation. Enrich your knowledge with number of tropical fruits plantation and spices, while a local will demonstrate a climbing coconut. He will then serve you a young coconut as refreshment.
  • Cooking. It is a farmer philosophy that to get away from hungry he will take you for cassava taking off then boiling or baking in traditional way. Do your self then taste it.
  • Lunch. After being a farmer for over then four hours, a traditional set menu lunch will be served in a Balinese house compound with their family member. Do taste it.


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Tukad Bangkung Bridge, Highest Bridge in Asia

Tukad Bangkung Bridge in village of Plaga, Petang District, Badung regency, Bali, opened in December 19, 2006. The bridge that connects the three districts, each of Badung, Bangli, and Buleleng it be the longest bridge in Bali and claimed to be the highest in Asia.

Tukad Bangkung bridge 360 meters in length, 9.6 meters wide, with the highest reaching 71.14 meters pillar, the pillar and foundation 41 feet below ground. The bridge technologically balanced cantilever, with an estimated lifetime of 100 years. On the grounds that no decrease in the surrounding landscape, the bridge was not built with a roof on it. Construction of the bridge was expected to withstand earthquakes of up

to 7 on the Richter scale.

The bridge replaced the old bridge to be located 500 meters south of the bridge Tukad Bangkung. The bridge funds to Rp. 49 billion more to build. The funds came purely from the budget of Bali Province, with a multiyear system since 2001. Construction of the bridge

was at once cut the distance in a 6 kilometer long bridge.


Learning Balinese Ethnographic in Museum Bali

Bali Museum is located in downtown Denpasar, precisely in the way of Mayor Vishnu, in the east field Puputan Badung and the south of Temple Jagatnatha. In 1910 WFJ Kroon, a Resident Assistant for South Bali, sparking an idea to establish a museum of ethnography (the study of life and culture of a community or ethnic) in order to protect cultural objects Bali from extinction.

The idea was received from the scientists, artists, cultural, and support of all the kings throughout Bali. Furthermore Curt Grundler Kroon ordered a German architect, to plan together with the traditional Balinese undagi building experts, among others, I Gusti Ketut Rai and I Gusti Ketut Gede Kandel of Denpasar.

Once cooked through adequate preparation it was decided to build a museum in the form of the architecture of the combination between temple (place of prayer) and Puri (the king). Museum was officially opened on December 8, 1932 under the name Museum and Bali Bali Museum is managed by the Foundation.

After Indonesia’s independence August 17, 1945 Bali Museum was taken over by the Provincial Government of Bali, and on July 5, submitted to the Central Government under the Ministry of Education and Culture, and a public museum by the name of the Bali Provincial State Museum. Since Autonomy enacted in 2000 know, the State Museum of Bali Province was handed back to the Provincial Government of Bali as one of the Technical Unit of Bali Provincial Cultural Office with the name UPTD Bali Museum.

Number of Bali Museum collection that had been recorded and entered as many as 10 506 pieces of Registration, including manuscripts and copies of ejection. All types of collections obtained through the purchase of the people in the community, art shops and deposit gifts. Some of the collection is a collection of them diinventarisasikan materainya a stupa with hundreds of fruit, 8.5 kg kepeng, ceramics (Europe, China) and porcelain from Japan, China and Siam.

Form of the museum building is a fusion between the temple and palace architecture. Built on an area of 2600 m2 includes 3 pages are: an outer courtyard (jaba), a central courtyard (jaba middle) and the inner courtyard (offal) is restricted to the wall and gapura.Pada page there are 3 pieces of the building in the Tabanan Building, Building Karangasem and Building Buleleng used to show off the collection.

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