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Bali Simple Wood Carving and Batik Class

Cavan Village, Pejeng, Ubud 80236, Indonesia
+62 896-3148-8909
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Such talent

We stopped off on a private tour as we love all types of wood. We were amazed at the talent working... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2017
globetrotter820
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Oxfordshire
Talented artists

We went their as part of our tour. These guys are really talented. From Giant wood carvings to tiny... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2016
Nora B
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The more I step into those original villages, the more I get closer to her amazing culture. The culture in Bali nowadays still inherited by oral exchange from generation to generation. People here respects to face-to-face communication. Simple living in Bali is not a dream to the people. However, we are still looking for this so called simple life in our own city, some still remains painful. A real travel should be learning something new from your destinations. We are working hard to offer you a new skill or a fresh life style, which can make something really different during your visit in Bali.
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16 Feb 2017
“Such talent”
4 Sep 2016
“Talented artists”
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Cavan Village, Pejeng, Ubud 80236, Indonesia
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+62 896-3148-8909
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Reviewed 17 February 2017

We stopped off on a private tour as we love all types of wood. We were amazed at the talent working such large pieces of wood, one in particularly caught our eye, a life size farmer holding a large chicken cage, with a chicken inside...More

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Reviewed 5 September 2016

We went their as part of our tour. These guys are really talented. From Giant wood carvings to tiny ones. They had many types of wood. The hibiscus wood was really nice as it includes naturally 2 colors. We did not buy anything though as...More

Thank Nora B
Reviewed 22 June 2016 via mobile

was interesting to see and hear how they carve all their amazing masterpieces, the craftsmanship is incredible! great Engkish speaking guide to answer questions and show you around!

Thank Shannon C
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