Kusamba Traditional Salt Mining

Kusamba Traditional Salt Mining

Kusamba Traditional Salt Mining
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,101 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022
when i was going to candidasa few weeks ago,my driver took me here to see how farmer making salt,the farmer is nyoman warta.actually,there are some salt making farmers stay here,they will show you the process of salt making.but that time,nyoman said not the right time,cuz salt making already finished.but he still showed me the whole process.though just a presentation, very impressed. i even tried to scoop the salt out from the wooden equipment. after that i bought two salt with the containers made by coconut shell, i think life is hard for the local salt farmers, so want to support them.few days later,when i finished my candidasa journey, and on the way to sanur,another driver took me here again. haha,so funny, cuz nyoman the farmer did the same thing for me.this time, after presentation, this time i bought a grass hat from him, also three bracelets from the women there. highly recommended! if you are going to the East,you can ask your driver taking you here.not only learning something about salt making, but also supporting local family salt making business.
Written 22 December 2022
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Britt
Kalundborg, Denmark1,233 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
If you are visiting the East side of Bali/ coming from Candidasa- you must give yourself this experience. It's very interesting and very hard work to make natural salt from the ocean.
In this moment they prepare to built up for tourists but still in the natural way.
You can buy salt to a good price. The workers are proud to show and tell you how this work is.
Our best recommendations.
Written 7 December 2018
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crosswycke
Boulder, CO575 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Friends
I had no idea how salt was made and so found the experience very interesting. The man in charge let us try our hand at getting the salt out of the trough and he took us through the whole process. It was well worth the time we spent there.
Written 11 October 2018
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Henkka77
Porvoo, Finland211 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Couples
Very interesting place. Hard work to harvest salt from the ocean. Lot's of different proces before U get any salt. U can buy also salt, not bad price at all.
Written 13 September 2018
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Liz B
45 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
I loved seeing the whole salt mining process and the ladies selling the salt, containers and bracelets were delightful. We had great giggles and laughter over my name and a little language barrier banter. So friendly and genuine. The elderly gentleman explaining and demonstrating the process was such a dear - so gracious and took his role very seriously. He was happy to answer all my questions - my driver/guide translated for me. It was just so interesting and no other tourists were there when I was, so I had the process all to myself for a bit. It is truly fascinating.
Written 23 July 2018
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Amitantri
Jakarta, Indonesia372 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Solo
Saw salt was being made on beaches, but this visit was interesting as I could interact directly with the miners. The hut was run by a family. The lady was the one showing how the process was. The father was explaining further.

Kusamba beach is located in the east part of Bali, where not many visitors were there. It could be because of low season too.
Written 18 June 2018
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SuzanneB57
Murray Bridge, Australia88 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
Go and have a look this is amazing and the folks are very friendly.
Lots of work to get the salt and a very old traditional thing for Bali.
Written 17 June 2018
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casmudib
439 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
Kusamba is one of seaside of Kusamba Beach in Klungkung Province Bali. This spot are famous as salt maker in traditional style.
Written 20 September 2017
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Josine T
Geelong, Australia1,593 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
We had never seen how they claim natural salt from the sea. It looks like very hard work, but interesting to see the whole process!
Written 5 September 2017
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Ramaarpa
Jakarta, Indonesia252 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
During our vacation in Bali, we decided to visit a village that produces natural sea salt, to show my kids to make a salt they consumed.

It is a small village, and there are only 2 traditional houses. Ms. Wayan Putri, the owner one of the house showed us th e process, very nice person.

We can taste the salt and purchase the sea salt there.

Thank yoy for the hospitality ms
Wayan Putri.
Written 22 August 2017
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