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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...More
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...More
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...More
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
I went here 12 years ago and I loved it then. Since I have returned it has gone down hill.. it is still beautiful however due to the influx of continual local and foreign tourists.. the place is tarnished by rubbish thrown everywhere.. it has...More
Can be included on a day trip in Tasik to visit along with Goa Safarawadi cave as its more or less on the way back.
Still living the old and traditional ways, Kampang (Means village) Naga still houses the original residents living the old way...More
After a walk down quite a bit of steps you arrive in marvelous surroundings with extremely kind people. It's truly inspiring to see how peaceful and serene one can live without electricity or any real knowledge of what troubles the world is having these days....More
it really life experience to visit there, traditional village and traditional law. no electricity allowed in the village the house clean and neat arrangement. friendly people and all visitor al welcome no matter country or religion.
It was a long route to reach the village and upon arrival, we were greeted by one of the villager but he was equipped with fluent english and was our guide throughout the visit. He brought us a long way down via steps which you...More
Nice traditional village. Take a guide for 100.000 rupia each, so you can see in the houses. People are really friendly. More or less 400 steps to go down to get there. You can take a coconut drink when you go back upstairs, it is...More
I'm not familiar about navigating around the area but I think you can contact a local guide that I met in Tasikmalaya who took me around Kampung Naga. His name is Sandi and you may reach him via WhatsApp at +62... More
I'm not familiar about navigating around the area but I think you can contact a local guide that I met in Tasikmalaya who took me around Kampung Naga. His name is Sandi and you may reach him via WhatsApp at +62 822 1886 7311. I believe he'll be generous enough to answer your queries. :)