Goa Lawah (Bat Cave Temple) - Padang Bai - Tenganan
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One of the highlights in a travel tours is to interacting with local peoples in their daily life. Tenganan Pegeringsingan Bali Village are responding to your interest. A traditional village where the peoples keep their tradition until today. In this village, you can also watch the making of pegeringsigan fabric which is processed with traditional weaving.
During the tour you will see:
The trip will start after breakfast by heading towards Padang Bai, visiting a temple called Goa Lawah, or Bat Cave. The name came from the sheer number of bats hanging above the temple, characterizing it. Across the road from Goa Lawah is a beautiful beach called Kusamba.
After Goa Lawah, we will go to Padang Bai, a village in Manggis District, Karangasem regency. Its harbor has very beautiful beaches with a lot of diving stalls and various food kiosks. You can simply enjoy the beautiful atmosphere, or go on an adventure with numerous activities.
Next on our trip is Tenganan, specifically to a village called Aga Village that produces woven goods. Their productions, which consist of daily goods and accessories, are very famous to various foreign countries.
Good to know before you go:
• Don’t forget your camera for the spectacular spots in the tour
• Most of the attractions provide sarong free of charge for the time of the visit or max 10k IDR for the rental.
• I suggest to buy one on the way, its useful in the future on the beach or any other temples to enter.
• Cover your knees and shoulders in the temples
• Always carry a bit of cash with you. It will come handy when you decide to buy a coconut, grilled corn on the cob or a sarong on the beach or before the temple. Tipping the staff at the hotel, spa and restaurant is also usually done in cash.
• Be prepared for waterfalls visits if you would like to swim take some towels with you.
• IF the trip includes trekking, then wear some comfortable shoes or sandals, but in Indonesia flip-flops are also great.