The Glamour of Tourism Village Jatiluwih

Enjoying the atmosphere of a village, which is quiet, beautiful, natural and fresh, try to visit the attraction of Jati Luwih. It presents beautiful rice fields shaped in a terraces that provides a typical natural beauty of a village. The area is the cultural heritage of the world, that has earned special recognition from UNESCO in June 2012 with the label Cultural Landscape of Bali Province: the Subak System as a Manifestation of the Tri Hita Karana Philosophy. The social order of a balinese harmonious relationship between humans in reletion with: (1) God (Parhyangan), (2) Human (Pawongan) and (3). Nature (Palemahan) or known as Tri Hita Karana is reflected by the order of Subak System.

Jati Luwih, which is located in Penebel District, Tabanan, Bali, is the result of a blend of natural heritage with the cultural life of the community (Krama Subak) that uphold the concept of Tri Hita Karana. The natural beauty is presented not only visible when the rice begins to grow and turn green, but the beauty of it has begun to appear when the rice fields begin to be worked and irrigated with irigrasi systems that are still traditional. The paddy management activities in this village became one of the main attraction for tourists to look directly at the paddy cultivation systems that still use traditional methods and traditional tools ranging from the planting to the harvest season when it arrives. 

Travelers can choose days, hours and certain seasons to witness the beauty of the charm of the village of Jati Luwih because of the panoramic that is shown in there and the activities of the community in Subak is highly dependent on the season. Harvest Time is usually carried out in June and the cultivation of the seeds is usually done at the beginning of Agutus. For more information about Jati Luwih Tourism Village, tourists can access through the official site page website. Hopefully the natural beauty and cultural traditions of Jati Luwih Tourism Vllage can be sustained throughout the period. (mimi)