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Kampung Naga

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Kampung Naga

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Off the Garut-Tasikmalaya Jalan Raya, Tasikmalaya Indonesia
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xylasweet wrote a review Feb 2020
Aberdeen, United Kingdom113 contributions40 helpful votes
One of the Must-See if you are in the area. But please remember to give all our respect to the people of Kampung Naga, Please help them to preserve their value and nature and way of life. So impressed that in 2019 (my visit) - in our modern day, we still have this community around us.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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IKADOTA wrote a review May 2019
Burbank, California153 contributions30 helpful votes
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A traditional village that have no modern necessities. No electricity, no modern toilet, no kitchen. Stairs to get down to the village is very easy, going back up was not hard either. There is no entrance fee but we give a tip to the guy who lives there as he guided us into the village. He let us into his brother in law’s house, which was very minimal home. It was worthwhile to visit, as you learn cultural of these people.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Thomas Veriasa wrote a review Feb 2019
Klaten, Indonesia126 contributions19 helpful votes
Kampung Naga is one of the villages that still applies ancient Sundanese traditional culture and institutions ... They have a "Pundih" or customary elder who takes care of community socialization in Kampung Naga, Tasikmalaya ... Besides Punduh, there is Kuncen the customary chief and Lebay ... There is no electricity, TV, radio etc. in this village ... the traditional farming system and the distribution of village space are based on the values ​​inherited from the ancestors ... Now, this village has developed into a cultural tourism destination in Tasikmalaya ....
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Lindsay H wrote a review Aug 2018
Westendorf, Austria22 contributions2 helpful votes
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It's a cute little village named "the Dragon village". People don't use electricity and share a little, little trickle of water with 300 people. The guide actually grow up in the village and told us all about it and showed us a house from inside and offered some tea! :) It's pretty easy to get there and it's between beautiful rice fields. You have to walk about 400 steps but I think it was worth it, we even drove from bandung to kampung naga and it took us 6 hours (without traffic jams). But disappointment, it became commercial. You can find a lot of tourist there (more local tourist tho) and they have a guestbook where so many Europeans are in. It's not a bad thing but when I heard of kampung naga I was expecting a special village that not a lot of people have found! Besides that, still my favourite place to go when you are in bandung or nearby.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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elacparl wrote a review Jun 2018
Metro Manila, Philippines118 contributions22 helpful votes
Kampung Naga (Naga Village) is a must-visit if you want to see the daily lives of the Sundanese farmers and their families up close. There's no entrance fee in the area but it would be nice to take a guide along to get to know more about their culture and history. I got here by contacting Sandi, a local from Tasikmalaya who offers tours around the city and other nearby destinations (Garut and Bandung) for a very reasonable price. Sandi speaks good English and I assure you that he will take good care of you throughout the entire duration of his tour. You can contact him via WhatsApp at +62 822 1886 7311.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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