Thetraveljunkie.org – During our stay at Kuta Bali we stayed at Primebiz Kuta. One of the reasons we chose the Primebiz Kuta was its location, 5 minutes from the international airport, ideal for both having days exploring the island and getting lost between the lost paradises of the keys.
If Sydney is the city that never sleeps, I could say that Bali is the island that never bores. Truth be told, our Bali trip has been very special, and a lot of it has to do with renting a car. We started our trip in Bali heading to Tenganan Village, the eastern spot in Bali.
Tenganan is one of very few villages in Bali that has never submitted to Hindu rulers from Java. Described by a 1930s writer as “rabidly conservative”, the Tengananis have never become part of the Hindu caste system, and continue to follow their own centuries-old indigenous customs.
This one is for the relic hunters. Tenganan Village was once the most secluded society in the Indonesia archipelago. Tourists started visiting this living cultural relic in the 70s, drawn to its ancient traditions, which can still be experienced today.
So here are 25 photos that will make you fall in love with Tenganan village:
We know we’ll come back some day to Tenganan Village and, of course, Primebiz Kuta will be home!
Happy Sustainable Travels!