Tenganan Pegringsingan village  
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 Description:   Tenganan Village is a village in Karangasem Regency which is a village of Native Bali or also known as Bali Aga. Before the 1970s, it was known by anthropologists to be one of the most secluded societies of the archipelago. Since the development in communications, then the local government try to break the secluded situation and open up the area for public and make it as one of the tourism object in Karangasem Regency. In Tenganan Village, the people are still holds to the Bali Aga culture such as the original traditions, ceremonies, and rules of ancient Balinese, as well as the village layout and architecture. This village is also known for its Gamelan Selundunding music and Geringsing Double Ikat textiles. For the information, Houses in Tenganan is quite unique. The houses are built on either side of the north to the south of the courtyard with their doors opening on to it. The entrances of the houses are narrow, only allowing one person to enter or leave at any one time. One enters the village through the gate on the southern end.   
 Province   Bali  Direction:      
 District   Karangasem    
 City   Tenganan  Comments:    Official Web:    
 Genre   Local Life      Related links:       
 Best exposure   na          
 Opening time   na          
 Entry fee   na     GPS :   -8.4775, 115.56627  
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