Museum Subak Bali
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Subak Museum is a special museum, on the agricultural system in Bali. Before discussing more about Subak Museum, it would be nice we know what it Subak?
Subak is a community organization that specifically regulate irrigation system used in rice cultivation in Bali and has now become one of the cultural heritage recognized by UNESCO.
The museum was founded with the aim to explore, rescue, securing and collecting all the data and objects associated with the Subak especially agliculture. Besides that history museum is also used as a variety of information, education and documentation of Subak as well as a tourist destination. Subak itself is a Balinese farmer organizations that regulate and maintain agricultural irrigation systems.
Subak Museum distinctively self-reliance on the eternal foundation of Tri Hita Krana namely:
Parahyangan: man's relationship with God.
Pawongan: man's relationship with man.
Palemahan: human relationship with the natural surroundings.
Subak Museum consists of several parts, including a parent museum, the museum is open and the main building. In the museum there is a building or complex holding sacred the Padmasana, Bedugul and others. Spatial and building layout adapted to the surrounding environment by sticking to the traditional development: Tri Mandala, Tri Angga and Asta Kosala Kosali. Subak Museum is open intangible Mini used as a demonstration of Subak activities, there are miniature Subak irrigation system consisting of an irrigation as a relocation site, a tunnel to drain the water from the pool to the rice fields. While the main building is a resource center, audio-visual room, space to learn and exhibition space displaying various types of agricultural equipment used in the past Balinese farmer to cultivate paddy cultivation.
Development history museum originated from the idea of I Gusti Ketut Kaler, customary and religious expert who was then the Office of Religious Affairs of Bali Province. He saw the need for traditional institutions Subak which seeks to preserve the cultural heritage of the nation since the eleventh century, because in a short time a wide range of traditional tools will quickly change, so it would be difficult to trace and re-equipment needs to be collected instrumental in Subak life. To maintain that all one region is still beautiful sustainable Subak used as a kind of cultural heritage. The effort was finally realized. The museum was inaugurated former Governor of Bali, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra on October 13, 1981. The above idea called Subak Museum Heritage, hereinafter called Subak Museum
Public facilities for visitors provided in Subak Museum include: toilets, parking area and lodging.
Balinese people always uphold the customs, habits and traditions. If you are in Bali and want to know more come to this Subak Museum.
Sunday to Saturday: 8:00 to 17:00 pm
Special Friday: 08:00 to 13:00 pm
Subak Museum is located at Jalan Gatot Subroto, Banjar Anyar, district of Kediri Tabanan about 1 hour drive from Ngurah Rai Airport.
Last changed: Sat Jan 10, 2015 at 9:04 pm