Wanagiri Peak in Buleleng, Bali is now increasingly recognized as an attractive tourist location to visit. This location is in Wanagiri Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng. Located in the highlands, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan with the surrounding forests from the side of the village road which is above the two twin lakes.

Along the road there are also rows of unique stalls and various unique photo spots. From there, visitors can not only enjoy the cool natural panorama, but also relax in the shop while taking selfies. The location is not difficult to reach. From Wanagiri Peak on Jalan Denpasar-Singaraja, or about five kilometers from Lake Beratan (Bedugul) Tabanan there is a fork in the road going up to Lake Tamblingan, along the road that is the location.

The existence of bamboo stalls on the side of the road is managed by Pakraman Wanagiri Village by creating three groups of traders after being given a policy by the Natural Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) as the manager of the land. This policy is given with a number of conditions after the surrounding community through Pakraman Village submits an application for its management. “After the policy was given, we started the activity by planting wood in the south and planting flowers. The community’s request for a commercial parking space, I coordinated with the BKSDA, given a policy for its management to Pakraman Village.

There are rules where you can and can’t do it, you are not allowed to cut wood at all, you are not allowed to use concrete,” said Kelian Desa Pakraman Wanagiri, Dewa Made Kerta. The condition that must be met is that the construction of the stalls must use environmentally friendly materials. Traders are strictly prohibited from using concrete because the location is a nature conservation area. According to Kerta, the stalls that are built must also be characterized by Balinese customs. During Galungan and Kuningan holidays, traders are required to wear penjors and traders must wear traditional Balinese clothes when serving visitors.

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