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Sade is a traditional Sasak village in Lombok. It is filled with traditional wooden huts. The primary activity is weaving. The village has been developed into a major tourist destination where the weaving is promoted.
People there they only see you like an Atm . As soon as we stepped off our scooter we were approached by a local that said if we wanted to walk around the village, we would need a guide . He insists even after we...More
We were driving by so stopped to have a look. One of the local residents was our guide, we asked for cost & were told a donation at our discretion would be ok.
Interesting place steeped in history we got to look inside a traditional...More
It is our first visit to this place. There are 150 families wirh 700 residents. According to the village head, the ladies cannot go out of the village and most of the them marry to the village people. If the man likes the woman, he...More
Went there to experience Sasak culture. The Village its self is extraordinario and definetely worth a visit! A guide, well speaking english, will show you around. The big BUT: there are plenty of women selling weaving beautiful products, but the prices they start with are...More
I would have given this village a much higher rating if it wasn’t for the face that I feel deceived by our village guide. The village itself was interesting (although felt a bit staged and there was no demarcation between what textiles were produced in...More
A very touristy arrangement, where the guides take you around, explain a little bit about the village, but also show you shop after shop, where you are encouraged to buy traditional weaving, batik and other things. I didn’t buy anything, and of course there was...More
I stopped by this village to find souvenirs. What impressed me was that as I got off the car there was a guy came to me and welcome me. Then we went to the village as he told me about the village history and presence...More
Maybe because I am Indonesian.
The placed to me is to commercial.
Couldn’t really feel like in the village.
The house turned into souvenir and traditional stall.
The guide assigned will explain the story of the 300 old village, how they built the house and...More
We were greeted by a guide from the village the second we stepped out of our taxi. He seemed pleasant. At the entrance, he explained that Sade is a living village. Pointing to some babies that were being weighed, “A monthly ritual,” he explained.
Nice traditional Sasak village a few miles south from Praya international Airport in Lombok. Guided tours from local young people and many opportunities to see people working on skates, batiks, and other handcrafts. Pushy sales but high quality crafts always affordable after a good bargain....More