Nyambu Village is located in Kediri-Tabanan, just about 20 km from Denpasar City Center. This village is so unique although its location is not so far from the city, but the atmosphere seems so quiet and serene, not much touched by modernization like the city. There are a lot of free lands used to grow crops and rice all over the village, even more, 50% of the villages are rice field. On April 29, 2016, Nyambu Village was inaugurated as Ecological Tourism Village by the Regent of Tabanan, Ni Putu Eka Wiryastuti.
Nyambu village offers tour package options that include tours of agricultural history, local history, and religious tour. In this small village, we can find 67 temples that are designed beautifully and traditionally by the predecessors in the days of Ancient Bali.
There are two activities in Nyambu Village that we can join during our visit. The first activity is called “Susur Sawah”. Visitors are invited to do trekking on two kilometres rice field while learning about the mechanism of rice fields in Bali. They were then followed by the second activity, Susur Budaya, where visitors are invited to join the local while doing their everyday life like cooking and religious activities.
One of the most important places in this village is Pura Rsi, which was built hundreds of years ago by a priest who was asked by the people of Hamlet Mundeh & Nyambu Village, to eliminate outbreaks of diseases and disasters that had attacked the region in the past.
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