- (balé lantang) - long pavilion; long house; community hall (Andap) (Noun)
- a sacred council building; built on a brick foundation and oriented longitudinally on a downhill shaft; there a village council meeting takes place every new and full moon, heads of households gather and take their place in the loud bale in the strict social status sequence, which requires them to sit in two parallel rows in the order of their seniority; the most senior member is always on the edge of the uphill (kaja/north) on the kangin/east side (sunrise) (Andap) (Noun)
bale lantang; bale dawa
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Di Desa Tenganan ada bale lantang utawi bale agung.
In Tenganan Village there is a bale lantang or bale agung.
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