Our Tour guide spoke fluent English to brief us on the livelihood of this Original Bali Village. This is the place where original Gamelan selunding music and double weaving textiles is produced Stalls selling some bamboo leaves with inks writing , mostly maps or calendars are set up along one side of the wall .It is the village strict rules that only people whom are born in this village to stay but for those who married outsider has to leave the village. A drum strucks 21 times to notify its a new morning daily. In this village there is no Polygamy allowed. Houses are built on either side which form a cross design. The entrance to these houses are small which only allow one person to go through. There are several huts which categorised different meeting groups. I noticed villagers used motorcycle for their transport and there are caged cockered everywhere, It is the cock fighting month from middle of February to end of March. Another interesting activity or festival is the Men Fighting in May . We tour the family house and got an demo on the textile printing work by an old Balinese woman There are many houses that sell face masks & scarfs for tourists. The burial ground & a jungle where fruits are shared amongst the villagers near by. Do not miss out this educational & interesting village tour if you are in Bali !!!
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