the most popular Balinese traditions (ogoh-ogoh)

Ogoh-ogoh Museum Mengwi is the first museum specifically to preserve one of the most popular Balinese traditions (ogoh-ogoh), which is located not too far from Taman Ayun Temple, Mengwi District, Badung Regency.

Ogoh-ogoh is demonic statue in Balinese mythology made of bamboo and other materials that performed on Pengerupukan – a day before Nyepi day. The ogoh-ogoh takes various forms with their own stories and philosophies made by Balinese young generation.

Inside this museum, there are more than 20 ogoh-ogoh from various regions in Bali, especially Badung Regency.
The entrance ticket for adults: IDR 10K and for children IDR 5K.

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