Welcome to Tengkudak
Nyoman Sutiani and her two brothers are based in the village of Tengkudak.
She owns rice fields that are managed by her brothers, and has opened a small shop outside of her house a couple months ago to be able to make ends meet. She is the youngest of three, and her middle brother is the Head of Subak for Tengkudak. Her and her family would love to host travelers that are interested in learning about the local Subak.
The family believes that hosting travelers both local and foreign could be a stepping-stone to promote Subak as the world heritage site that it is.
Welcome to the village of Tengkudak, surrounded by rice fields and situated at the slope of Mount Batukaru. Because of its geography it has a slightly colder temperature than surrounding villages. The village displays a harmonious relationship of Hinduism and Catholicism, and the farmers in this village belong the Subak Penatahan.
Details of The Homestay
Native Bahasa & Basic English
What You Can Expect
Customs of the Subak
Get in-depth knowledge and insight on the traditions, customs, and practices that shape the community
Learn about and how to make Balinese religious offerings
Learn how to cook traditional Balinese food and desert using local ingredients
Learn how to prepare the Cassava chips (from scratch) that Nyoman sells at her shopfront
Try your hand at fishing in the nearby pond
Go for a trek in the forest of Mount Batukaru
Temples and Churches
Visit the Subak cluster’s most significant water temple as well as a Catholic church with Balinese architecture
2 days, 1 nightIncludes:
3 days, 2 nightsIncludes:
4 days, 3 nightsIncludes:
As part of the pilot, you suggest your price when you request a stay.
*Consider the model: 40% invested into ProjectKalpa’s community initiatives, 30% directly to the hosts and their families, 30% to Troveko. After requesting, someone from our team will confirm your stay within 12 hours.