The island of Bali is Indonesia's largest tourist destination both international and domestic. Along with the development of the tourism industry and the needs of local communities, contributing to the increasing need for electrical energy in Bali. The load peaks in Bali occurred during the early and late evening when the tourist hotels demand the most electricity and also household needs. Occurrence of these needs must be balanced with an increase in capacity of electric power both the reliability and availability.!doctype>
November 9, 2016
November 4, 2016
Cepuk Woven Fabric Bali (Tenun Cepuk Bali) - A Captivating beauty of Balinese ikat Weaving & Supernatural Shield
Hand woven fabric is very closely to the people's lives in Bali. The woven fabrics are widely used in rituals as wastra (cloth for the sake of ritual). In addition, weaving is also a source of income for most residents, other than income from their main job. The art of weaving has been handed down by the ancestors for generations.
Several production centers of weaving in Bali have its own characteristics, unique motifs, and the awesome beauty of colors. Cepuk Woven or 'Tenun Cepuk' Bali is one type of weaving typical of Bali, which is widely used for the sake of ritual and also as a source of income for citizens. The making process is loaded with local wisdom and keeps environmental harmony. This woven fabric is produced by society in Tanglad Village, District of Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali.!doctype>