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Visiting Penglipuran Traditional Village
Next stop point is a visit to the magical Balinese Traditional Village "PENGLIPURAN", a very traditional village which has its own unique culture and way of life. Penglipuran Village is a place of interest and outstanding beauty in Bali. All the houses have been built from north to the south with the traditional entrance gate to each family compound being nearly identical.
Penglipuran Village is a traditional countryside village owning unique characteristic life, socializing and culture. It is located in Kubu Village, Bangli Sub district and Bangli Regency.
The natural nature and environments of countryside is designating the pittance touch of modernization influence. This countryside is supported by cool atmosphere because it is located on the height land about 700 metres above sea level and according to history of all old doyens that this countryside is taken away from the word Pengeling Pura what its meaning remember to ancestor, but there is also telling that the word of Penglipur mean the entertainer. It is said that at former empire era, all king often use this area as a place to amuse themselves, because its nature is beautiful and can give the peacefulness and inspiration at the time of experiencing a problem.
The houses exist in this countryside from north to the south is look very beautiful in particular the Balinese traditional entrance gate which are made similar each other. When we step down to this village, we will meet the Balinese houses are oriented northeastwards to Mount Agung which is located in north-east of Bali Island .
The structure of house building between one house and others are equal in particular to condition, form, size and function from the building except building of family bed room is freeform. The family temple building is placed the same direction to the Agung Mount, kitchen is located in upstate from the lawn and the building of Bale Saka Enem, the six beamed building which its function for ceremony place. The place for look after the livestock and the place to plant assorted vegetable are referred as non irrigated dry field which is called Teba. Its construction material is made from wood except family residence. It is predominated by substance from bamboo because around this countryside is bamboo producer.