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TECHNICAL TOURS

Technical tours will be offered, to provide an opportunity for participants to visit irrigation system and water resources facilities in Bali, also to enjoy the beauty of the island.

Option of Technical Tours are TT-1 and TT-2

TECHNICAL TOUR 1 (TT-1)

Pura Taman Ayun (Temple of Beautiful Garden)

is a royal Temple of Mengwi Empire, located in Mengwi village, Badung Regency.

Surrounded by the big fish pond, the beautiful temple was built in 1634 with multistoried roof and original Balinese architecture.

The Taman Ayun Temple is designated as UNESCO’s Cultural World Heritage.

Telaga Tunjung Tabanan Dam

Constructed in 2003, is an earthfil dam with 33 meters height and 226 meters length.

The Dam with volume of 1,3M m3 is able to irrigate around 1,800 hectares irrigation systems and supply water for DMI in surrounding area.

Subak Museum

Subak is the organisation of farmers who work adjacent fields and share water from common sources; historial evidence traces this system to at least the 11th century.

Today in Bali there are over 1,200 Subaks coordinating the irrigation of a combined 200,000 hectares of paddy field.

Pura Tanah Lot (Temple of Land in the middle of the Sea)

is a spectacular sight, especially at sunset. The tiny island was formed by gradual erosion of the ocean tides over thousands of years.

As one of the most sacred sea temples, Tanah Lot temple is dedicated to the guardian spirit of the Indian Sea.

TECHNICAL TOUR 2 (TT-2)

Nusa Dua Estuary Dam

was constructed in 1993 is a clay earthfill dam, with volume of 0,420M m3 and 6,8 meters high.

Its purpose is mainly to supply water for Nusa Dua area.

Ubud,

a town in central Bali, is considered as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an art and craft clubs, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists workshops and galleries.

Ubud is home to some of Bali’s best craftmen, museums and art galleries. A visit to the Royal Palace of Ubud and sightseeing in Ubud Traditional Art Market will be included.

Pura Tirta Empul, Tampak Siring

is a Hindu temple in the middle of Bali, famous for its holy water where Hindu Bali people go for purification.

The temple was built in 926, at a site where there was a large water spring which flows to the Pakerisan River Basin. The stream flows through 30 traditional villages with high cultural heritage background. There are more than 30 ancient sites from 8th to 11th century in the Pakerisan River Basin, which surrounded by beautiful scenery and picturesque of paddy field terraces.

This area is appointed as the UNESCO’S Cultural World Heritage.