Celuk Village

Gianyar has several villages that became the center of handicrafts in Bali. There is the Village Beng who is the center of t-shirts and Mas Village who became the center of carving craft. There is also a village that became the center of crafts in Ginyar Celuk Village. Celuk is a village in Gianyar regency known as a village offering gold and silver handicrafts. In Celuk Village there are hundreds of silver and gold galleries that offer visitors directly involved in the manufacture of jewelry from silver and gold. No wonder, Celuk every day visited by thousands of tourists who are curious about making gold and silver by the craftsmen and artists. This village is a village of silver and gold craftsmen in Bali with almost all residents work as gold and silver craftsmen. Gold and silver handicrafts from Celuk Village have a very high quality quality and can be produced in a large quantity. Celuk Village is in District Sukawati Gianyar regency is needed one hour drive from Ngurah Rai Airport through Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai to the east. Celuk village has been known as a center of silver handicrafts since the beginning of tourism development in Bali, precisely in the know in 1976. This village became one tourist destination in addition to Kuta and Kintamani. The quality of jewelry from Celuk Village has never changed, even Celuk jewelry has penetrated to the international market. Here you can also see the process of making this jewelry directly, in addition you can also buy directly from the workshop craftsmen, the price is not so expensive let alone the quality of gold and silver crafts Celuk Village high quality and already famous to foreign countries, some residents still use the method traditional in the manufacture of a variety of jewelry. Others choose modern methods or combine them to make jewelry as it is sold in stores. You can also find Celuk’s special jewelry at Sukawati Market which is just 3 km from celuk village. The silver crafts are on display on glass shelves that are transparent, in some art shop glass shelves were deliberately showcased so that tourists who pass only able to see the silver craft items. Jewelry include: rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, pendants, and brooches. Some of the food items are spoons, forks, plates, bowls (sometimes used for banten when praying), cups, glasses, and the like. If you are interested and want to go do not hesitate, because the guard art shop happily let us go in and look at the craft that they display. Handicraft items are sorted by category whether it is jewelry, tableware or display, while miniature motorcycle fans, gadang houses, giant keys, pedicabs and other displays will be adjacent. Celuk silver handicraft products are also circulated in several souvenir sales centers in Bali such as Sukawati Market Kumbasari Market, silver handicrafts are also sold in several tourist areas in Bali such as Kuta, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Ubud, and Kintamani. is quite crowded because it is the path to Kintamani and Ubud, so that tourists who want to go to Kintamani or Ubud can stop by in this village to watch art performances and creations of sculpture and sculpture by local artists. From Denpasar City, Batubulan is about 10 km or takes about 15 minutes using private vehicles or public transportation (taxi / car chartered). Meanwhile, if tourists start the journey from Kuta Beach and Nusa Dua area, it takes + 45 minutes. To enter this tourist village, tourists are free of charge. However, if tourists want to see art performances, such as Kecak Dance or Barong Dance, then tourists will be subject to ticket duty. Tourists can hire travel service providers to facilitate travel to this village. Travel service providers generally have a fixed schedule per art performances in Batubulan Village as well as the schedule of visits to various art shops in this village. Except watching a dance performance, one of the tourist agenda usually done by tourists in this village is to shop for various souvenirs sold by souvenir shops and art galleries that exist along the road of Batubulan Village. Art objects such as sculpture or carving are typical souvenirs of this village.


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