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May 2016 Highlights in Tanah Lot PDF Print E-mail

lebaran1May 5th, Ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven, The Christian doctrine of the Ascension holds that Jesus ascended to heaven in the presence of his Eleven Apostles following his resurrection, and that in heaven he sits at the right hand of God the Father.

May 6th, Tilem Jiyestha, On this day extra offerings are made around the family compound, as well as some offerings placed on the ground at the entrance to the house compound. The towering 'sesajen' offerings are also often taken to the village temple. Depending on the time of year, many temples then hold various forms of entertainment for the village - dancing, wayang puppet performances, arja plays - to coincide with the special prayers for Tilem.

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Balinese Food at Tanah Lot PDF Print E-mail

Active ImageThere are so many balinese food and balinese warung at Tanah Lot area. Many food stall or warung sell various food and beverages a la Balinese such as babi guling (suckling pig), klepon, rujak, and tipat cantok. Babi Guling (Suckling Pig), may be the most famous Balinese cuisine. Babi Guling is a whole baby pig prepared over an open, corn husk fire. A long stick is inserted through the pig’s body from one end to the other after it is flavored, inside and out, with chopped spices that include shallots, garlic, ginger, turmeric, galangal, pepper coriander, candlenuts, chilies, lemon grass and lots of whole cassava leaves. The cassava leaves spread the spices evenly while the pig is being slowly grilled.

Rujak is mixture of many kinds of a refreshing sweet and sour salad containing unripe fruit such as Mangosteens, pineapple, kedongdong, papaya, etc combined with hot spicy sauce and mixed with sugar, chill and salt. Same with plecing, the sellers will ask the customers whether they want to add kuah pindang in their rujak or not.

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