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About Pejeng

Pejeng is a village in Bali, Indonesia, in the Petanu River valley. It is the east part of Ubud in Gianyar Regency. Pejeng is a rural area with extensive, and ancient, irrigated rice cultivation. It is home to the Moon of Pejeng, the largest single-cast bronze kettle drumin the world. The Moon of Pejeng, also known as the Pejeng Moon,[1] in Bali is the largest single-cast bronze kettle drumin the world.[2] and “the largest known relic from Southeast Asia’s Bronze Age period.”[3] It is “considered highly sacred by local people.”[4] It is thought to be a relic of early rice cultivation rituals.[5]



The drum is 186.6 centimetres (73.5 in) high and the diameter of the tympano is 160 centimetres (63 in).[6] It is kept at Pura Penataran Sasih Temple in Pejeng, near Ubud,[3] in the Petauan River valley which, along with the adjacent Pakerisan River valley, forms the heartland of South Bali where complex irrigated rice culture first evolved on the island.[7]
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What to Wear: You may expect to be casual while staying in Bali, so please bring along your comfortable sandals, shorts, T-shirts, hats, sunglasses, sunblock or suntan lotion, and also the fun in you!…
When visiting temples, you are required to wear sarong. However, if you wish to buy Balinese sarong, they are available everywhere, and they are not at all expensive.


Attractions around the villa: 


If you come out of Pejeng area, there are a great deal of attractions around Bali: Bali is very rich with cultural, heritage, religious ceremonies, music, food, handicrafts, etc. You will never run out of ideas on what to do. Our staff can provide you with information and assist you with car rentals.