Balinese Village & Traditional Farming

The majority of people in Bali earns their living from agriculture and lives in villages. Each original Balinese household consists of several structures with all built within a confining wall, with variations depending on the caste and wealth of the family. When a son of the family marries, his wife usually move into his compound, so there are frequently several generations living within the same area, each with their own sleeping quarters, but otherwise sharing the household facilities.

Upon arrival, visit to Balinese compound of Tunjuk Village characters, where kitchens row in the same line as well as “lumbung” rice barns, “bale” family hall and main house. Then proceed visiting an elementary school (on school schedule only), located in a short distance. Afterwards experience farming activities in nearby village farming-field, followed by ricefields short trekking tot eh area where coconuts are served for a drink. There will be a coconut climbing attraction by a local farmer. At the end of the tour, return to the home base for traditional lunch.

Duration: Approx. 08:00-14:00