Panglipuran Traditional Village


  The island of bali or Dewata island is one of the best destinations in the world. This small paradise on the east side of the island of Java hypnotizes tourists with its various beauty and uniqueness. Penglipuran Traditional Village is one of 9 traditional villages in Bali which is very well known to foreign countries. visiting Penglipuran village, visitors need to pay an entrance ticket of Rp. 25,000 for domestic tourists and Rp. 50,000 for non-domestic tourists. If you want to take a video using a drone, visitors need to pay an additional fee of IDR 150,000. However, it should be noted that video shooting must not cross the sacred boundary, namely the temple which is located in the Penglipuran traditional village.

  According to the local community, this Penglipuran village has existed since 700 years ago and was a gift from the king of bangli to the people who fought against the gianyar kingdom. Administratively, this village is part of the Kubu sub-district, in Bangli sub-district, Bangli district, about 45 kilometers from downtown Denpasar. Penglipuran traditional village has an area of approximately 112 hectares with a height of 500 to 600 meters above sea level. This village has become very famous and has become one of the favorite tourist destinations in Bali because the people still adhere to and manage and cultivate traditional Balinese culture in their daily lives. As a traditional village, the people of Penglipuran firmly adhere to ancestral traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. seen from the architecture of the building, and land management that follows the philosophy of the Balinese people regarding the balance of the relationship between God, humans and their environment. or better known as the concept of “Tri Hita Karana”.

  For your information, as Indonesian citizens, we should be proud because Penglipuran Traditional Village is the third cleanest village in the world, according to the Green Destinations Foundation. This award deserves to be given because pollution such as scattered garbage, traffic noise and air pollution are impossible to find in this village. Cool air and rows of green plants, colorful flowers and Balinese carved statues will greet you when you set foot in Penglipuran traditional village. along the road in the village visitors can see the typical handicrafts of local villagers which can be purchased as souvenirs. such as various drinks and food, Balinese batik, and other souvenirs. In general, Penglipuran traditional village is highly recommended to be a destination in Bali. apart from its unique traditional culture, Penglipuran traditional village can be an example for other villages on how to protect and preserve ancestral heritage and how to keep the environment clean.



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