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Penglipuran village

Penglipuran village is a traditional village in Kubu sub-district, Bangli district, Bangli regency, Bali, where people still apply tradition in everyday life. The village on a plateau 800 meters above sea level has an area of 112 hectares and only 40 percent of it is used as a settlement, the rest are plantations, fields and bamboo forests.

Penglipuran village is a traditional village on the slopes of Mount Batur as one of the villages in Bali where residents apply ancestral customs in everyday life until now. village law prohibits the use of motorized vehicles, the travelers walking and watching a scene right out of exotic Balinese culture is still preserved applied to residents.

Tinuku Travel Penglipuran village is indigenous layout, architecture and law of Balinese genuine culture still runs in scene

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Layout of the building and the main road leading to the holy temple in the middle of village to express the wisdom of indigenous peoples. Traditional architecture has the same shape of roof up in room. Atmosphere of harmony, togetherness, friendliness of local residents and the environment is very clean blend with the countryside.

The temple is situated in northern part have located higher than traditional houses. The middle part of village are the houses inhabited by 226 families that the majority are farmers, bamboo craftsmen and animal husbandry. Bamboo forest is very lush and silent, people are not allowed to cut down a bamboo tree, unless obtain permission from community leaders.

The spatial concept of indigenous settlements in Penglipuran based on the trimandala principle. Functional and sainthood is divided into three different spaces is the main hall, middle and contemptible. The third layout stretching from north side to symbolize mountain elements to south side to symbolize sea elements.

In the middle is the main road straight staircase as a central axis intermediate space. On the west side is 38 homes and on the east side is 38 homes. Rural roads as a separator in the middle was built using stones brush. On the south side is a place for the people who has died aka graveyard.

Each house has a gate and a lot of purebred kintamani dogs happy to sit at the front. Inside the complex each house always has a small temple as a place of prayer for homeowners. Barns and halls as a place to entertain guests or travelers who stop, some of which serve as shops and stalls.

Village implement strong rules that forbid husband to marry more than one or polygamy. If a man caught polygamous will receive sanctions are excluded from society. The village also has a culture of punishment for theft, a thief sentenced to give offerings five chickens with different feathers colors in four temples of their ancestors.

The concept of the arrangement in Penglipuran is not separated from the traditions and cultures that have historically been upheld by the local community. The combination of architectural styles settlement Balinese custom and open spaces create a village atmosphere typical of Bali more viscous and convenient as a place to contemplate the beautiful environment.

The atmosphere in village is still very natural. The environment is clean and free of pollution makes visitors linger. Vehicles are not allowed into the village, so for visitors should park their motorbikes and cars in the parking lot that is already available and to enter into must walk.

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Location: Jalan Rambutan, Gang III A1, No. 6, Kubu sub-district, Bangli district, Bangli regency, Bali, Postal code 80613.

Activity: Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, hotels and resorts.

Reach access: 5 km from Bangli city, 43 km from Denpasar city.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar city.

Advice: Come when Galungan holy day.

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