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GunGGunGAdventure
Bali, Indonesia341 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Family
Free Explore and Harvesting Salak Fruits with GunGGunG Adventure the spieit of agrotourism.
what ever the activities that we are joint in with GunGGunG Adventure either Salak Agro Village Trail / Salak Agro - Mt. Agung Sunrise / Salak Agro Cycling /Salak Agro Trekking.
Written October 31, 2015
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PelleasPhiladelphia
Philadelphia, PA1,013 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Don’t know if this is the exact place but as you drive through the town of Sibetan is several Sallat (snake fruit) farms. We walked through the groves a bit and then had tje farmer gave us several varieties to try which were new to us. Much more delicious than from the markets in Java.
Written August 15, 2023
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Jero Wijaya
Bali, Indonesia122 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Family
Sibetan is localized between Karangasem and Besakih, after view points you can also witness the Balinese sallack plantation in this place. Rice terraces also near by in Sidemen.
Written March 7, 2017
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officeisdead
Moscow, Russia3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Solo
If you interesting of culture and friendly balian people, just ask Bagush for stay in his house) People in the Village very friendly and authentic and no tourists around! This is true Bali, i think.
Written February 26, 2017
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Bagus S
Bali, Indonesia35 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017
Sibetan village located in the Bebandem district , Karangasem regency. The village has a stretch salak about 60 percent of the dry land area , 30 percent of rice field and about 10 percent of the population housing.

Many interesting things you can watch here. You can see a beautiful view of the hills. You can trekking at the Salak garden and you can see there are about 10 varieties of Salak Bali growing spread in the middle of the estate.

There are some interesting packages that you can encounter in the Sibetan Village, conducted by Bali Sibetan Volunteer and Learning Center, there are : Trekking Agro Abian Salak, Trekking ricefield, Blessing, Batik Painting and many more programs.

Do not miss this opportunity, come visit Sibetan Village.
Written February 18, 2017
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Joannes Rhino
Bali, Indonesia434 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015
I was welcomed by the majestic sight of Mt. Agung, slightly cowering in respect, for it is still an active volcano, as I drove into the village. The last time it erupted, it stopped agriculture in the surrounding lands. However, the snake fruit managed to survive and it is still cultivated today. I watched the farmers go about their work, plucking and harvesting those delicious snake fruits while the cool atmosphere hung overhead. Sibetan is a village which is still traditional in its ways and still beautiful in its appeal.
Written October 17, 2015
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Nyoman A
Bali, Indonesia9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Family
in bali the one plantation snack fruit in bali there are one fruit with torn they call salak the famous in indonesia verry sweet fruit see see the three on the way to the mother temple besakih.
Written March 6, 2015
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