Gear up for your day super-early as the Fisherman’s Village Cycling Tour starts right at sunrise, which is the best time to experience local life in the Kedonganan village. Hop on a bicycle and enjoy riding along the village as you come across traditional jukung (a small wooden Indonesian outrigger canoe) fishing boats and then stop at the fish markets to see the vast array of seafood. You will also get to visit a typical Balinese house compound and learn about its unique housing design and the traditional daily lives led by the locals. You will then take a trip to a Hindu temple, followed by a visit to the famous Banjar, a local community hall, which serves as a recreational space for children and teenagers, a place where dance and gamelan classes are held, trading takes place, and cock fights proceed. The Banjar administration is focused on life within the village and is also responsible for matters of religious nature, such as weddings and temple ceremonies. This experience is sure to contribute to your knowledge of the Balinese culture and is definitely going to be an enjoyable one.