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Sasak Ende Village Day Tour

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Food & Drinks
Over 4 hours
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Adult
RM204
Child (3 - 10 years old)
RM103
Total : RM0

What’s Included

  • Access to Encounter Sasak Indigenous Culture
    • Ende Traditional Village
    • Kuta
    • Tanjung Aan
    • Merese Hill
    • Mawun
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • Meals: Lunch
  • All entrance tickets
  • Parking fees
  • Hotel pick up and drop off within Lombok
  • English-speaking guide

Important Info

  • The minimum booking for this attraction / activity is 2 adults
  • Attraction / Activity Duration: 6 hours
  • Free admission for children under age 2
  • Adult Range: Age 11 and above

Sasak Ende Village Day Tour

Admire the indigenous Sasak tribe of Lombok, Indonesia. Step back in time and admire the local Sasak architecture, almost entirely untouched by the modern world after 5000 years of Sasak civilization. Learn from an experienced local guide about the local Sasak people and their cultural history. Then end your tour and feel the sand between your toes on one of Lombok’s best beaches.

Apart from Bali, Indonesia owns many other stunning islands for travellers to explore. Lombok is one of them. Lombok is home to charming white beaches and gorgeous mountains.

The local people of Lombok, known as “Sasak”, are believed to be descendants of a Malay race inhabiting Lombok for at least 2,000 years. The initial pioneers likely travelled from the Malaysian peninsula and settled on the coastal areas of Lombok as long as 4,000 years ago.

The Sasak people make up most of Lombok’s population. Their lifestyle is established on agriculture and weaving. The Sasak people lack modern technology characterise in their villages. Several villages in this area do not want to modernise the remainder of the island.

The Sasak is the native people of Lombok, and it composes about 85% of Indonesia’s people. If you are bored of the beaches near Gilis, head towards Ende Village for a genuine and traditional experience.

The traditional villages of Lombok will give you more information about the history and culture of the Sasak Tribe.

The local Sasak Village is where they will teach you the culture of the Sasak Tribe. While here, get to know more about the Sasak traditions.

Many travellers think of Sade in Lombok village. It is not the only village, though. Near Sade, there is a peaceful settlement named Ende Village. It belongs to Pujut Sub-District. It is the home of the Sasak Tribe in Indonesia.

For centuries, the Sasak people in Lombok have maintained their traditional lifestyle by eschewing modern staples such as electricity and technology. This Bali’s sister island is facing an increase in tourism. Ende Village has become a stop on Lombok’s tourist trail for visitors curious to learn more about how the Sasak people live.

Ende Village is one of the more authentic opportunities to learn about the Sasak culture. Ende Village offers travellers to experience well-preserved and still active models of traditional Sasak homes built in their unique architectural style. You can also interact one-on-one with villagers while learning about their customs and cuisine.

Sasak homes are known for their exciting construction methods. Wooden pillars and frames, bamboo walls, and alang-alang (woven grass) roofs are standard — no nails or metal tools are used to construct these sturdy “lumbung” huts found in abundance in Ende. Lumbungs are traditionally used for grain storage.

The first time you set foot in Ende Village, you will be immediately greeted by a local guide, which will assist you in getting all the information you need while roaming around and enjoying the cultural beauty of the village.

There is a certain uniqueness when you first step foot into the houses in Ende Village. Unlike the usual thing, you can find in your households, in Ende Village, the floor of the house is covered with buffalo/cow dung now and then. The goal is to keep the floor clean of dust attached, strengthen the base, and prevent insects from entering the house.

Another tradition in this village is weaving. The traditional weaving of Lombok is a form of preservation of the Sasak Tribe for women. For Sasak women, mastering the art of weaving–or locally known as tenun, from their childhood is an obligation. The price offered for one piece of woven cloth varies from IDR 50,000 – to IDR 400,000. In addition to woven fabrics, many Lombok souvenirs are made directly by the Sasak people, such as key chains and accessories.

Location

sengkol, Pujut, Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara 83573, Indonesia
Pick Up / Meet-Up Time: 09.00 AM – 09.30 AM
Attraction / Activity Time: 09.30 AM – 03.00 PM

  • Access to Encounter Sasak Indigenous Culture
    • Ende Traditional Village
    • Kuta
    • Tanjung Aan
    • Merese Hill
    • Mawun
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • Meals: Lunch
  • All entrance tickets
  • Parking fees
  • Hotel pick up and drop off within Lombok
  • English-speaking guide

Apart from Bali, Indonesia owns many other stunning islands for travellers to explore. Lombok is one of them. Lombok is home to charming white beaches and gorgeous mountains.

The local people of Lombok, known as “Sasak”, are believed to be descendants of a Malay race inhabiting Lombok for at least 2,000 years. The initial pioneers likely travelled from the Malaysian peninsula and settled on the coastal areas of Lombok as long as 4,000 years ago.

The Sasak people make up most of Lombok’s population. Their lifestyle is established on agriculture and weaving. The Sasak people lack modern technology characterise in their villages. Several villages in this area do not want to modernise the remainder of the island.

The Sasak is the native people of Lombok, and it composes about 85% of Indonesia’s people. If you are bored of the beaches near Gilis, head towards Ende Village for a genuine and traditional experience.

The traditional villages of Lombok will give you more information about the history and culture of the Sasak Tribe.

The local Sasak Village is where they will teach you the culture of the Sasak Tribe. While here, get to know more about the Sasak traditions.

Many travellers think of Sade in Lombok village. It is not the only village, though. Near Sade, there is a peaceful settlement named Ende Village. It belongs to Pujut Sub-District. It is the home of the Sasak Tribe in Indonesia.

For centuries, the Sasak people in Lombok have maintained their traditional lifestyle by eschewing modern staples such as electricity and technology. This Bali’s sister island is facing an increase in tourism. Ende Village has become a stop on Lombok’s tourist trail for visitors curious to learn more about how the Sasak people live.

Ende Village is one of the more authentic opportunities to learn about the Sasak culture. Ende Village offers travellers to experience well-preserved and still active models of traditional Sasak homes built in their unique architectural style. You can also interact one-on-one with villagers while learning about their customs and cuisine.

Sasak homes are known for their exciting construction methods. Wooden pillars and frames, bamboo walls, and alang-alang (woven grass) roofs are standard — no nails or metal tools are used to construct these sturdy “lumbung” huts found in abundance in Ende. Lumbungs are traditionally used for grain storage.

The first time you set foot in Ende Village, you will be immediately greeted by a local guide, which will assist you in getting all the information you need while roaming around and enjoying the cultural beauty of the village.

There is a certain uniqueness when you first step foot into the houses in Ende Village. Unlike the usual thing, you can find in your households, in Ende Village, the floor of the house is covered with buffalo/cow dung now and then. The goal is to keep the floor clean of dust attached, strengthen the base, and prevent insects from entering the house.

Another tradition in this village is weaving. The traditional weaving of Lombok is a form of preservation of the Sasak Tribe for women. For Sasak women, mastering the art of weaving–or locally known as tenun, from their childhood is an obligation. The price offered for one piece of woven cloth varies from IDR 50,000 – to IDR 400,000. In addition to woven fabrics, many Lombok souvenirs are made directly by the Sasak people, such as key chains and accessories.

  • The minimum booking for this attraction / activity is 2 adults
  • Attraction / Activity Duration: 6 hours
  • Free admission for children under age 2
  • Adult Range: Age 11 and above
  • This ticket is non-refundable if not redeemed on the selected date
  • If you would like to change your date of visit, please contact the attraction / activity at least four (4) days before your selected date
  • You will be fully refunded if you cancel four (4) days before your selected tour date
  • You will be fully charged for the attraction / activity if you cancel three (3) days before the selected date
  • Please note that rescheduling is done on a case-to-case basis and may not be possible at all times
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