An online guide for you to explore and discover the village of Pejeng, Tampaksiring, Bali, Indonesia. The route map features various categories of in-depth information:
- heritage sites
- culinary guide
- bird watching locations
- biodiversity assets
- public facilities
- history of Pejeng Village
Available in English and Bahasa Indonesia.
Pejeng Village used to be part of the ancient capital of Bali. It is known for its archeological heritage, important temples as well as being a home to the world’s largest relic of single-cast bronze kettle drum. Tucked between Pakerisan and Petanu Rivers, it is a sanctuary for 53 kinds of birds and various vegetation, transforming the village to be the place where biodiversity is flourishing.
Developed by Bali Lite Institute (litebali.com)