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Tengana Bali Aga Village

Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Traditional located in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. Tenganan village is just about 4 kms to the north of Candidasa, the prime tourism resort area in Karangasem regency. You will need one hour and half to reach the village which has 78 kms distance from Denpasar city. This village is surrounded by a range of hills and a well-maintaned forest.

This village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, which is very famous in the island. It own very unique local community life pattern which is one example of Bali Aga Village cultures (Hindu Prehistoric) and different with other countryside in plain of Bali. Nowadays, this village has been appointed as a place for tourist destination which can present the attractive and unique matters which able to add the variation of object and fascination for tourist to come.

tenganan village at karangasem bali


Tenganan is one of only 3 places in the world that make a ‘double ikat’ (geringsing) cloth. An ikat is a rectangular cloth found throughout Indonesia, the design reflecting the place. Here at Tenganan they use a process whereby the warp and the weft threads are dyed before being woven into the ikat. One sarong can take 5 years to make and is very expensive to buy.
The geringsing is so highly prized that it is thought to ward off evil spirits and certain Balinese ceremonies require it to be worn. Unlike elsewhere in Bali where a cloth has been named after a village where it is produced, Tenganan (full name Tenganan Pergringsingan) was named after the cloth which is made there.
The Bali Aga have probably been around for a couple of thousand years or more and after the Hindu religion spread through Bali from Java in 1343 they sheltered themselves in their villages adhering to traditional ways.
Barrie was expecting people to be doing more traditional things when we visited and was quite upset at the number of tourists shops and motorbikes. “This is exactly what I hate about mass tourism,” he said, “it destroys culture.” Relaying this to one of the locals who was manning a table selling souvenirs Barrie got a very sharp response, the guy telling him that cell phones, motorbikes and electricity are all good and he’s exactly the same as he was before. I think this whole subject is the crux of the problem. Who decides what effect tourism has? Who gets to say how someone should live and whether of not someone else should be given the benefits of the 21st Century? It would be lovely if all the locals were sitting around topless making mud-bricks and playing the gamelan but maybe they don’t wasn’t to after figuring out there’s an easier way of making a buck

art shop at tenganan village
perang pandan at tenganan village


There at least four most popular and interesting things which are re-introduced to us by the civilization of this village, and make the village famous in all over the world. Let us begin with easiest one.
The Perang Pandan is one of the famous tradition which has listed in Indonesian Tourism Annual Event. Held in the range of June until Tenganan village has a precious custom on a based community forest. This village has maintained their forest and all its contents for centuries. Their anchestors know the meaning of a forest for their sustainability life. There is no enough space to tell you about the unique of Tenganan village.
The structure of resident in Tenganan village is built in linear consisted of six rays. Each of ray consisted of some lawn broadly, the building form where the local community use it to present the handicraft for tourists. All the tradition existences of the human being are harmoniously with the God, human and environment as according to Tri Hita Karana concept. The Tourism Destination of Tenganan remains to draw during the time, goodness as tourism cultural object, tourism nature and agriculture tourism.

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