Located in Bajawa, Bena village is the oldest village built by etnic Ngada, Flores. Bajawa is rich with culture whereby tourists enjoy spending their time to see other ethnic aside from Bena village.
The village is not built for commercial purpose but elder Ngada villager still lives here to preserve the culture.
The houses is built made of wood board and bamboo, and the roof is made of alang alang (straw).
Although they are Catholic as their religion, they still adopts animism and dynamism.
The weather is cool here. You can by traditional weaving fabric (kain tenun ikat) from the villager.
Other cultural village is waerebo, but it is harder to reach as it needs 4 hour trekking through the forest. Bena village is more convenient as we can reach there by car.
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