Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. The foundation of Gianyar Regency in Bali, famous for tourism, is its culture, art, and tourist attractions.
Gianyar is currently a regency in Bali Province of the Republic of Indonesia. Gianyar is known as the art center on Bali’s island. Apart from that, Gianyar Regency has many exciting tourist attractions to see for those on holiday in Bali island. Gianyar regency is situated about 33.2 km or one hour from Denpasar city.
Tourist destination at Gianyar regency, which is famous on earth, is Ubud that is one of the commonly visited tourist destinations on Bali. Gianyar has artists such as painters, musicians, dancers, sculptors, etc. Hence, the folk’s telephone Gianyar regency is the region of art in Bali.
Among those dances of Bali that is famous throughout the entire world is The Kecak dance. It is thought to be born and first danced at Bona, Blahbatuh, Gianyar in the 1930s by an artist named I Wayan Limbak. The artist is in collaboration and encouraged with an artist from Germany named Walter Spies.
Gianyar Regency has numerous places that become the middle of crafts & arts. For example, Batubulan and Singapadu village that is famous for its art center of subtropical carving. Then Celuk village that’s famed for its craft of earning silver and gold jewelry, Batuan and Ubud is famed for its artwork painting. Mas village is also celebrated as the middle of the art of wood carving, masks, and furniture. Bona village is renowned for its handicrafts woven from palm leaves (ental). Also, Belega village is called the middle of bamboo crafts (oak chairs & dining room).
Period of Historical Gianyar
Based on historical evidence in Gianyar can now give way and knowledge for people to know about the past in Gianyar roughly 2000 years ago with the discovery of archaeological sites and resources (artifacts) like stone, metals, and Nekara bronze (single-cast bronze kettle drum) which is called The moon of Pejeng (Indonesian: Bulan Pejeng), reliefs describing human existence, as well as the temples in addition to the caves that are located from the palaces of this Pakerisan river (Tukad Pakerisan) Gianyar, Bali.
Following the discovery of written signs from the form of inscriptions on metal or stone, it may be identified that the website of the central subject of the kingdom of Warmadewa dynasty at Singamandawa palace, Bedahulu Bali.
After the trip of Gajah Mada (a strong military leader and mahapatih or prime minister of the Majapahit Empire) who’ve taken ownership of this island of Bali, the former center of the base of troops built a royal palace called Keraton Samprangan. It is because the central government held by five kings of Bali, namely: King Adipati Ida Dalem Kresna Kepakisan (1350-1380 AD), since the forerunner of all Kresna Kepakisan Dynasty. Then Keraton Samprangan able to last for more or less three years.
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