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Tenganan’s Backyard  

by on Saturday, 15 March 2008No Comment | 885 views

Ancient village of Tenganan is surely fortified by nature to form a green sanctuary, flanked on both sides by hills and the majestic mount Agung on the back, surrounded by one of Bali’s most intact remaining rainforests. Once you set a foot on the soil of Tenganan rice fields or forest area, the phrase “green sanctuary” is just a modest string of words to describe the beauty of Tenganan environment.

Tenganan's Backyard

To get the best view on Tenganan surrounding environment, a trekking from the neighboring village of Kastala is definitely the best choice. The journey to this green sanctuary is begun with green carpets welcome of Tenganan backyard. Walking among rows of rice fields that descend into the valley with Mount Agung looms majestically on the background are the main attraction of this ancient village’s backyard. Other areas of Bali may boast of their terraced rice fields but the Tenganan terraced rice fields with misty Mount Agung on the distant and divided with crystal clear river on the center are surely primus inter pares.

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