Culture Of Buleleng Bali

Culture Of Buleleng Bali

   Singaraja is the capital of Buleleng district, Bali, Indonesia. The extent is 27.98 km² and its population is 80,500 inhabitants. Population density is 2877 inhabitants / km². It is located at 08 ° 03'40 "- 08 ° 23'00" LS 114 ° and 25 '55 "- 115 ° 27' 28" BT. Famous for its friendly locals, who always use the fine bali language, the word nani, sige, is an example


In the 17th and 18th centuries Singaraja was the center of the kingdom of Buleleng, once the royal capital was in Sukasada. At that time I Gusti Anglurah Panji Sakti think that the palace is located in a strategic place, finally selected the city of Singaraja. The name of this city is taken from the authority of the king I Gusti Anglurah Panji Sakti is very authoritative and powerful as a lion. In 1846 the Dutch colonized the northern part of Bali, then Singaraja had become the capital of the Lesser Sunda Islands and the capital of Bali until 1958.

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