Sojourn: ‘Sade’ - “A traditional village hopes for a better future through tourism”
Words and photos Anggara Mahendra
Visitors curiously inspected the traditional house. The floor was made of a mixture of clay and rice husks, while the lower part of the outer wall was covered with dried cow dung. The upper part was constructed of plaited bamboo sheets topped with a dried grass roof.
Most of the houses in Sade, a four-hectare village inhabited by the indigenous Sasak people in Central Lombok, share similar ...
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