Sasak Traditional Tour is the tour which offering about observing the culture combination with nice beaches in south coast of the Island .
The Sasak are the indigenous people of the island of Lombok, they are predominantly farmers cultivating rice fields, while their women are adept at weaving, producing the beautiful Lombok ikat cloths.
Like many ethnic groups in Indonesia, the Sasak people belong to the Austronesians who migrated from mainland Asia some 5,000 years BC to populate South East Asia all the way to the South Pacific Islands. Today 85% of the Lombok population is Sasak.
In Banyumulek village, making pottery is a job that has been done for sasak Lombok tribe for generations. Here you can find many kinds of Lombok pottery with different shapes, size and color. Besides enjoying the colorful Lombok pottery, you can also see the making process.
When watching the process, you will get surprised because craftsmen never use any measurement tool to measure a diameter of pottery they’re making … all is done with heart. Only by using simple tools and clay, the craftsmen in this village are able to produce such magnificent, useful product.
Most of the women in this village work as a weaver. To maintain and preserve the culture and traditional weaving are inherited by their ancestors in the village so the women Sukarara is required to learn to weave, even from an early age children of their parents have inherited his skills and teach their daughters to weave with initial motive or the motive is very simple to more easily understood and learned by their children how to weave a good and right to get a good quality woven later. This weave job they usually do on the front porch, and this habit they still do to this day.
Raw materials they use are cotton yarn, silk, gold silk and silver silk thread. As for the dyes they use are from natural dyes such as reddish brown color of mahogany, light brown color of teak trunk, brown acid soil from seeds,dark brown color of rotting banana stems, and purple color of the mangosteen peel and wine. This makes the woven fabric or songket of Sukarara village is famous for its characteristic bright patterned songket
In Sade village, the villagers disregard their modernising surroundings and continue to live in the old tradition, where the houses are built in rows and the inside is divided into 3 sections, the kitchen, sleeping quarters and the living room. Most known from Lombok is the rice barn or “lumbung”, which stands raised on four wooden piles with a bonnet-shaped roof made of alang-alang or elephant grass. Rice is stored through a raised window. The beruga or the ceremonial hall stands on six pillars, its roof is also covered with elephant grass, providing coolness in hot weather and warmth during cooler nights.
Kuta Beach Lombok attract visitors for its beautiful virgin beaches and surfing spots. Surfers from all over the world find Kuta Lombok as a surfer paradise. Whether you are an experienced surfer or a beginner you will find the surf spot for you. Surf boards & boogie boards are available to rent or bring your own.
Tanjung Aan, a rare deserted beach, is located near from Kuta beach Lombok and it’s. The place is of a beautiful white sandy beach and grained like pepper. However the beach is very popular with tourists, especially foreign tourists who are looking for a natural atmosphere and away from the busier beaches.
– Car / Mini Van / Coach with AC
– Tours guide
– Entrance fee
– Mineral water
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My name is Ramli, most people call me Bram and i live in Tetebatu, i was born in Sembalun the Mount Rinjani National Park Area, climbing the mountain is my life and hobby now i do for work, climbing to Mount Rinjani for guiding is lovely work. I just run a small accommodation name Tetebatu Indah Homestay in quiet place, beautiful view of Mount Rinjani and rice field in small village at Tetebatu Lombok with safe, friendly and family service.