“Pinge” Village name according to residents means “White”. Formerly at Natar Jemeng temple (one of the village temples which is also known as the historical and religious relics), there is a very large white chrysanthemum tree. That is why The Banjar (local community council) where the Natar Jemeng Temple located was then called “Banjar Pinge”.
Pinge village is located in Marga-Tabanan Region. It has colder fresh air compared to the south area of Bali, as it stays on the altitude 500 meters above sea level. Pinge Village is 34 kilometres away from Denpasar City Center and can be reached by driving a car or motorbike for about 1.5 hours.
Some tourist agencies offer Tabanan regency tour packages with the route Denpasar – Bedugul – Pacung Village T-junction – Jati Luwih – Yeh Panes – Pinge-Tabanan Tourism Village – Alas Kedaton.
Pinge Village has a large rice field area with a very beautiful view, along with a temple in the rice field complex called Pura Beji, the environment around the temple is very quiet and serene. Many tourists and also yoga enthusiasts, often do meditation activities in this temple. Other activities can be tried by tourists who come to Pinge Village are watching directly the farmers who are ploughing the fields, preparing the seeds, planting rice seeds, reaping and putting rice stalks in the barn.
Supporting facilities for tourism in Pinge Tourism Village include; saung/ bale a traditional resting place designed like an open pavilion with the roof made of dried straws, information centres and tour guides. Tourists who want to enjoy the natural atmosphere of the countryside for longer period of times can stay in some traditional houses in the village.
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