Tenganan Aga Village, Tenganan
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Travel back to a simpler time with a visit to Tenganan Aga Village, one of area's oldest communities. Home to the Bali Aga, the original inhabitants of Bali, this settlement features traditional architecture and preserves its age-old techniques for producing textiles. Surrounded by a wall, the village consists of simple homes with green hills as their backdrop. While no motorized vehicles can enter the settlement, you can walk in through one of three main gates, where a small donation grants you full access. The locals make the best guides, and at least a few of them always greet visitors at the gates and offer tours around their compact village. Put Tenganan Aga Village at the forefront of your travel plans using our Tenganan vacation planner.
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Well, it's a nice old village. You give a donation and walk with a guide tru the village and he explains the buildings and temples. Also the live in the village. And of course you end up selling some ... read more »
En accord avec la majorité des commentaires. On visite le village après avoir fait un don à l entrée. Pour un village de tisserands, on finit quand même par apercevoir un métier à tisser en fin de par... read more »In agreement with the majority of the comments. We visit the village after a donation at the entrance. For a village of weavers, eventually even see a loom at the end where a woman is certainly install to do a few rows for the photo. Previously, you will be passed by House the villagers who will sell you hand made sarongs, but with a cut even when label... Not really worth the detour.show original
Tenganan är en gammal Balinesisk by Vi fick en trevlig äldre man som guide som var enligt honom den 10 generationen som bodde i byn. Han visade bl.a. sitt hem där han tillverkade och sålde olika väggp... read more »Tenganan is an old Balinese village we got a nice older man as a guide which was according to him the 10 generation who lived in the village. He showed, among other things. his home where he made and sold various wall ornaments made of palm leaves. Including Bali map, diary, images of different gods, etc. They also had a weaving, but then here, it felt a little bit artificial because when we got there so it came out a woman who wove in a few minutes, then disappear again. El they received in the early 1990s, they also had three small temples in the village in honor of different gods. An interesting insight into the ancient Bali.show original
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