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Dating┬áto pre-Hindu times, the remote mountain village of Trunyan still maintains many of its ancient customs. It is one of the few villages left in Bali whose inhabitants are truly native Balinese, as opposed to the Javanese immigrants that make up most of Bali’s population.

Known as ‘Bali Aga’, these native Balinese in Trunyan are perhaps best known for their unusual custom of disposing of their dead on the ground instead of below it.

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