Bali is not all about the beaches—head west and you’ll discover scenic sights of endless rice paddy terraces called subak, which is already labeled as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. To celebrate the agricultural history of the land, Jatiluwih will hold the first Jatiluwih Agriculture Festival on June 16. The aim is to highlight the rich culture and tradition of the agricultural village of Jatiluwih and other villages in the Tabanan area and will feature traditional dances, culinary bazaar, carnival, and various rituals such as Ngusaba Subak that serves as an offering for nature’s bounties.
Honouring One of the World’s Heritage SITES at Jatiluwih Agriculture Festival
- May 31, 2017
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