4th Things To Do In Bali are Visiting
1. Puncak Penulisan Temple
Location of Puncak Penulisan TempleThis 4th things to so in Bali is called Puncak Penulisan temple, located on the hill with a height of 1,745 meters above sea level (ASL) Kintamani, Bangli regency. This temple is often referred to Pamojan temple Tegeh ata. The function is as a place for worship of Lord Shiva which is the manifestation of God Almighty. In it there are many relics Megalithic period until the entry of Hindu civilization to Bali.
Concept of Puncak Penulisan Temple
This temple has a high historical value and some of the uniqueness that makes it different from other temples that so many people who want to visit it. This form of temple building has two concepts that the first draft is taken from the pre-history of which can be seen clearly, especially of the structure of the multi-storey building. And the second is the development of the concept of the temple which reached 7 levels with the first and second levels connected by stairs.
While in the 3rd level there is Taman Dana temple and Dana Temple, in the 4th level there are Ratu Panyarikan temple, 6th level there Ratu Daha tua temple, last in the peak-to-peak 7 is the temple there are shrines. Shrine of Pengaruman, Shrine of Piyasan and Shrine of gedong as a store of ancient object.
About making this temple is not clear, but based on some of the existing heritage estimated construction began in the year 300 AD (Bronze Age) and followed in the 10th century until the end of the rule of Majapahit in 1343 AD Most of the livelihoods of local people this temple is a farmer.
2. Bayung Gede Village
Bayung Gede village - good for Bali things to do
Bayung Gede village is including ancient villages in Bali which until now still preserved. This village is the ancestral cultural heritage. The village is located at an altitude of about 900 meters above sea level so that the air is cool. Villagers who are here mostly rely on nature, in the sense of a farmer who manages farmland adapted to arid climate there.
Why it is called Bayung Gede Village ?
Bayung Gede village then developed into a new tourist village circa 2010 ago. Regarding the origin of the name of Gede Buyung, there is no definitive source that could explain the reason for naming it as valid. However, according to an expert Thomas A Reuters said Gede Bayung an ancient village which became the parent of a number of other ancient villages in Bangli like Penglipuran, Sekardadi, Bonyoh and some villages
Unique Tradition in Bayung Gede Village
Not only that, Bayung Gede village also has a unique tradition in terms of burying the placenta (umbilical cord) newborns baby. The newborns who has umbilical cord is usually planted into the ground, in the village was placed in coconut shells and hung in a tree at the grave / tomb specifically located behind the village and put the traditions of the placenta in the coconut shell has been done for 100 years ago.