The Exotic Village of Western Part of Bali

Everybody knows Bali, the best tourist destination in the world. Bali offers the beautiful beaches, amazing panorama, unique cultures, delicious traditional food and many more. But if you often visit to Bali, maybe you need something “new “in your experience. Perancak is a beautiful tourist destination village decorated with fishing boats.


The Exotic Sunset and Jukung

Perancak Village is located in Jembrana Regency, about 98 kilometers from Denpasar or 3 hour from Ngurah Rai International Airport. In this village you can discover Encak Temple, Sumur Bajo ( Bajo Well ), Sema Bajo ( Bajo Grave ) which still preserved and purified by local people, and Jukung (traditional boats ) come from Bajau tribe, Sulawesi. In this village there are Motor Cross and Road Race facilities. It’s perfect place to be vacation spot if you holiday in Bali. Beside of that, you will find glorious temple with crocodile statue in front of temple which is called by Perancak Temple.


Perancak Temple – The Unique Temple which Decorated with Crocodile Statue

Every year in Perancak Village will be held a traditional boat rowing races are usually held on Negara Town anniversary. In this Village there is a Sea Turtle Preservation named “Kurma Asih” because Perancak Beach very suitable to be turtle’s nest eggs. In this place you can enjoy the beautiful beach panorama and release ‘tukik’ to the sea.


Besides a Sea Turtle Preservation, there is a Marine Technology Research Center, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Earth Station, to determine the points gathering fish in the sea and monitored from satellites. At the same location, you can see the expanse disparate types of mangroves. In this village there is a distillery sea water into mineral water has high levels Oxygen named Megumi..

It is recommended place to visit in Bali when you got holidays to come to Bali where you just book your trip through a reliable travel agents. I believe your trip will be awesome and great experience.

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