Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Bantul, Tembi Village Guest House promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Tembi village is located 8.4 km south of the Keraton. Visitors can stay here in a home stay with Javanese architecture and observe the daily life of the people, such as farming, animal husbandry and cultural activities. Many traditional performances and art exhibitions are held regularly by villagers at Tembi Culture House, including visits to our local handicrafts factory, the Tembi Cultural Centre, Gabusan Art Markets, Waterpark and the nearby famous “Graveyard of the Kings” in Imogiri. Explore one of the many temples, caves, beaches and handicrafts villages around the area, or dine at D’ Omah restaurant and other nearby culinary attractions.
Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Non smoking rooms, balcony/terrace, fan, shower, seating area can be found in selected guestrooms. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel’s recreational facilities, including garden. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Tembi Village Guest House.
Tembi House of Culture presenting a cultural village environment facility as part of the conservation effort of the Javanese traditional house of limasan. The facility consist of five old age of Limasan houses (made in 1940’s), a west Javanese traditional house (from the area called Sumedang) and a new house, combining a new architectural design and limasan. The facility is also has a pond which function as a swimming pool called belik (a traditional spring pond). All the facilities is given a name base on the life historical journey of its owner.
The museum occupies 3500 square meter land with 212 square meter main building. The museum specialized in Javanese culture preservation. Tembi village is part of the golden triangle of Bantul regency, the GMT (Gabusan-Manding-Tembi). The museum is officially opened in November 1999 together with the publishing of Javanese Culture Encyclopedia. Tembi is established to preserve the Javanese cultures like the farming method, the arts, and the traditional equipments until the children’s toys.
Tembi is located in Parangtritis Street Km 8.4 Tembi hamlet, Timbulharjo village, Sewon sub district, Bantul regency, Yogyakarta.
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