Wayan's Cultural Tour
4 Point of Interests
Focusing your mind and heart into the Bali's ancient culture
What is Bali trip without exploring the cultural sides of the exotic island? Get closer to Bali culture by taking Cultural Tour I with a visit to Elephant Cave where you will get to witness interesting carvings. Another exciting place to visit that is included in the package is Mas Village, the perfect place for art lovers. Enjoy the knowledge of a place where ethnic wooden crafts were born from and the arts itself has been recognized internationally. Getting deeper to the culture, you will also walk into Traditional Balinese House Compound where traditional Balinese houses exist. To complete the exciting trip, you will get to visit Penglipuran Village which is a beautiful highland known for its preserved community and culture.
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Point of Interests
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The famous Elephant Cave in Gianyar
Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave is located near Teges, Gianyar regency. The temple is not very large in terms of complex width, yet still holds numerous beauty of interesting ancient-old carvings. The original beauty of the site successfully assigned it into a tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage in 1995. Talking about the main point of this temple should be the cave entrance carving that portrays giant mouth and history that lays behind. To deep into it furthermore, drive only 20 minutes from our resort to discover the true story of it.
Traditional Balinese House Compound
Traditional Balinese House Compound
The traditional vernacular house of Balinese People
Bring yourself back to the ancient days in Traditional Balinese House Compound at Batuan Village, Gianyar Regency. The traditional premise is comprised of several Balinese’s old compound with its own purpose like offering room, kitchen room, and the family’s properties. The village itself is divided into three major area, with the latter as society’s house complex. The small society holds onto their authenticity to keep the tradition alive. Every instrument in the village even speaks for history and bequeathed values that rooted inside the Balinese people. Stepping inside this village will not only give you a sight of how the old Bali looks, but also history that lies within.
A destination to witness the truest authentic Bali heritage
Penglipuran Village in Bangli is still very much preserved to maintain the original Bali culture and heritage, showcased from the society and the houses. Not even one vehicles are allowed inside, this village is where everyone can breathe the true air of Bali with traditional houses, guesthouses, and praying areas. In other words, it offers a whole different world outside the buzzed Bali downtown. Walk a little further outside the village to find a bamboo forest with beautiful trek to walk through. In the middle of the area, there is a beautiful temple where people go to for worshipping. While you are in the area, make sure to pay a great respect to the locals as they will be welcoming you with an open heart to show the way they live traditionally.
Everything artistic about wood carving in Ubud area
Bali Mas Village, located in Ubud, is the artsy field of Bali with ethnic wood carving as its main star. It is somewhere considered as the bridge of humanism and naturalism. In here, you will learn more about what a wood carving and how precious it worth. It has produced Bali's biggest crafters name, considering how ancient the village is. The traditional village still holds up to its name and produce more wood crafters which you can observe and talk to when you visit the village.