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TENUN IKAT PUTRI AYU

Tenun ikat Putri Ayu merupakan salah satu


industri kerajinan di Gianyar yang
mengembangkan produksi tenun ikat, kain
songket, air brush dan batik. Berlokasi di Jalan
Lapangan Astina Jaya Blahbatuh Gianyar Bali,
Ida Bagus Adyana merintis bisnis tenun
ikatnya. Industri tenun ikat Putri Ayu telah
berdiri sejak tahun 1991. Adyana memulai
industri kerajinan tenun ikat dengan
menggunakan dua unit alat tenun bukan mesin
(ATBM) dan kini jumlahnya sekitar 40 unit
ATBM. Ada tiga macam ATBM yang digunakan yaitu anyaman plat, Dody, dan jaequard.
Sampai saat ini industri Putri Ayu mempunyai kurang lebih 50 orang karyawan. Jam
operasional industri tenun ikat Putri Ayu mulai dari jam 08.00 sampai pukul 17.00.

Kualitas produk kain tenun ikat ditentukan oleh tiga unsur utama, yaitu bahan baku,
pewarnaan dan desain. Tiga unsur utama kualitas tersebut selalu dipertahankan oleh
Adyana demi menjaga kepuasan konsumen. Selain membuat tenun ikat, Adyana juga
membuat kain tenun songket inovasi. Pada industri tenun songket inovasi memiliki ragam
hias diantaranya, ragam hias bunga mawar, cemplung jempiring, lubeng cempaka, cempaka
kombinasi ikat, bunga pucuk, bunga jepun, bunga mesisik, bun-bunan, kapit udang, lubeng,
dan cakra ikat. Teknik pembuatan tenun songket inovasi yaitu menggunakan mesin ATBM
sistem kartu dan pembuatan ragam hias menggunakan teknik air brush dan teknik ikat.
Tidak merasa puas dengan hanya menghasilkan tenun ikat dan songket, Adyana
mengembangkan kain tenun kombinasi yang sangat cantik sehingga menarik minat pecinta
kain tenun nusantara. Inovasi kain tiga
dimensi dengan dua benang (tenun ikat
double) dan dua motif tata warna
keemasan diciptakan di tenun ikat Putri
Ayu.

Untuk memperluas pasar kain tenun Putri


Ayu, Adyana membuka akses untuk
wisatawan berkunjung dan melihat proses
pembuatan kain tenun tanpa dipungut
biaya. Dalam kegiatannya, wisatawan
dikenalkan dengan macam-macam kain
dan alat-alat tenun bahkan wisatawan
dapat mencoba membuat tenunnya
sendiri.
BIG TREE FARMS BAMBOO CHOCOLATE FACTORY

Big Tree Farms is the world's most sustainable chocolate factory. This cocoa haven offers choco-fantastic tours
and cooking where you are invited to watch how cocoa beans turn into chocolate bars and to sample plenty of
goodies

Why Big Tree Farms Bamboo Chocolate Factory is special ?


What’s better to do with your kids than taking a sneak peek into the behind-the-scenes of something they
love?
Calling all chocoholics – it’s time to gather and witness the making of those chocolate bars you’ve been having
some serious crush on.
You can do so at this perfect and exclusive place, which is also known as one of Bali’s hidden farms.
Take the one-hour tour to watch your favorite ‘substance’ being transformed from beans to bars.
The kids will love this place too – the unique structure of this factory isn’t something to miss.
In fact, CNN even named this world’s largest commercial bamboo structure as a bamboo cathedral!

What to explore at Big Tree Farms Bamboo Chocolate Factory?


Starting the tour with our favorite drink Coco Mojo, guests will
be introduced to our products as well as provided a sampling
of our cold-processed cacao. The tour consists of viewing the
machinery used to make several of the products including
Coconut Nectar and Chocolate. The cathedral/factory holds
many classes and hosts local events - a must-stop destination
for any foodie visiting the area, and a must-see for anyone
intrigued by building structure. Big Tree Farms is currently the
largest commercial structure made of bamboo in the world.
Watch here as CNN tours during our construction and
interviews Founder Ben Ripple. NY times visited us closer to completion and published an article which can be
read here. Want to see the construction in action as we were able to capture? Check out our Facebook photo
albums which chronicle this amazing, sustainable, and beautiful feat.

How to get to Big Tree Farms Bamboo Chocolate Factory?


Sibang Kaja From south Bali’s Gatot Subroto, turn onto Jalan Ahmad Yani and head north through Sibang Kaja,
past the very large banyan tree after the bridge, and turning left at the next banyan tree. The factory is about 100
metres down the road.