While in Bali, consider enjoying a cultural and academic experience by going to some of its ancient villages.There are at least three such places on the island that are popular among tourists, namely Tenganan, Trunyan and Panglipuran villages. According to kompas.com, the villages are home to Bali Mula or Bali Asli people, the earliest occupants of the island, likewise referred to as Bali Aga amongst the locals.Below are some intriguing things to learn about these fascinating locations: Found in Karangasem regency, around 60 kilometers east of Denpasar, the 917.2-hectare town is a fantastic place to find the conventional Balinese method of life.Known for highly holding onto its ancestors’ traditions, individuals of Tenganan follow a guideline called awig-awig, which restricts polygamy and divorce. The town likewise uses its own rules to manage its administration system, rights regarding land and natural resources, marital relationship, education and conventional ceremonies.However, it is open to elements of contemporary life, such as electrical power, communication tools and transportation. The kids are also motivated to pursue greater education.The villagers are well-known for their many talents, especially weaving their own fabric called kain gringsing, which is only available from the village. Visitors can also marvel at sculpted handicrafts and lontar(palm leaf)paintings.Tourists must think about checking out in January, February, June or December when conventional events are generally held.But do keep in mind that travelers will not be able to invest the night in the village.The village, located on the shores of Lake Batur in Kintamani district , Bangli regency, is just obtainable by boat and is world-famous for its distinct funeral rituals.Instead of burying the departed, the locals lay them to rest above ground under kemenyan (incense)

trees.The odor is neutralized by the trees, likewise known as taru menyan, which have a special smell of their own.The village has 3 cemeteries: Sema Wayah, for those who died from natural causes, consisting of kids who had lost their primary teeth; Sema Muda for children or children

who will be buried and Sema Bantas for those who passed away from mishaps and need to also be buried.Near the cemetery is a temple named Pura Dalem located

at the edge of the lake, which locals visit to hope. It likewise acts as a tourist attraction for visitors who come to the village.Those requiring a breathe of fresh air can walk around the lake and even climb Mount Batur.Home to the Bali Mula individuals, this town is located in the highlands around the foot of Mount Batur, in Kubu subdistrict, Bangli regency, around 45 kilometers from Denpasar.The surroundings are quite and rich, and blessed with a cool climate thanks to the elevation. Panglipuran has distinct traditional homes that all appearance similar from the front, which makes the town appearance cool and quite. Visitors will especially delight in walking along

the village’s main opportunity that increases the hill.The town is said to be divided into three parts in accordance

with Tri Hita Karana, a principle that acknowledges the relationship human beings share with other people, nature and God.Another special aspect of Panglipuran is that no lorries are allowed to enter, for this reason cars and trucks and motorbikes must be parked in the devoted parking lot.Similar to Tenganan village

, Panglipuran also forbids polygamy.Visitors can expect to be welcomed by friendly locals who might even invite you to their houses as a visitor.( kes)