Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Heritage Shack. By Lukas Schubert.
Desa Pedawa is in an elevation position ranging between 450-800 meters above sea level. Located at a distance of 12 km from Banjar District and 30 km from Singaraja City. This village has five sub-village (Banjar) called 'Sambangan'. The livelihoods of the population are generally farming and in the past this area was very famous for the production of palm sugar. Many people became tappers of palm sugar at that time.
Additional area that is located next to the front porch or 'Terempang', this room is called 'Sepen'. This room usually stores worship tools and also some items that need to be stored. There is also a building called 'Jineng' (Lumbung) whose position is in front of a house that functions to store rice yields for residents who work as farmers.
The increasing number of people makes green lands thinning and the level of competition for jobs is increasing, inevitably this ultimately changes livelihoods and simultaneously changes people's lifestyles. Now only a few people make palm sugar, and have switched to other professions that are more profitable.
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