Munduk Village, Singaraja, Bali
God has blessed the village of Munduk with a variety of areas with various potentials, both natural and cultural. The rough relief is not a weakness that can hinder people from farming activities, but instead is an invaluable strength because of the volcanic soil layer and the abundance of springs, which make agricultural centers of high economic value. Behind its agricultural potential, Munduk Village has a very charming view with a varied landscape. The north is dominated by agricultural areas with clove, coffee, vanilla, cocoa, and secondary crops.
The verdant valleys are decorated with several waterfalls with a height of 10 to 56 meters. The community uses the south side, which is relatively gentle, as an agricultural area and also for rice fields. Mount Batukaru, Mount Lesung, and Mount Sanghyang serve as a backdrop and add to the area’s lovely atmosphere.
The people of this village are aware and understand that their tourism has the impact of maintaining the condition of the natural landscape and culture that have been passed down from generation to generation by previous generations. Therefore, in developing and implementing attractions as a tourist village, the community pays great attention to the values of conservation, sustainability, and harmony with nature. It is not difficult to get to Munduk Village.
How to Get to Munduk?
You can use land transportation, such as local taxis or other public transportation, or drive yourself while enjoying the beautiful views of Bali Island along the way. Munduk Village locations are approximately 54 kilometers from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport with a 2 hours travel time and distance 68 kilometers from Gilimanuk Harbor, which can be reached in 3 hours.
Don’t hesitate to visit this village because the accommodation and tourism support facilities are very complete, from star-rated hotels to homestays, which are easy for you to find. Munduk Bali also has a souvenir place that you can find along your trekking trip. Likewise, restaurants, coffee shops, car or scooter rentals, and other supporting tourist activities
And don’t miss other important annual agendas such as the Karya Alilitan of the Dalem Tamblingan Indigenous community, which glorifies water with its Piagam Tirta, and the Twinlake Festival, which stages a local cultural and culinary parade in Catur Village.