Every Subak generally has a temple called PuraUlunCarik Temple or PuraBedugul Temple, especially constructed by farmers to worship the Goddess Sri. This irrigation system is regulated by an indigenous leader as well as a farmer called Kelian that has the job to oversee and manage Subak. To be KelianSubak is a social character, doesn’t get a salary. The division or distribution of water is adjusted to the membership of farmers in Subak; there are active and passive members, both obtained different water distribution. This is the cornerstone of justice in which the water distribution adapted to the contribution.
The old irrigation system in Subak has been studied and researched from Clifford Geertz, while J. Stephen Lansing has drawn public attention to the importance of conventional irrigation techniques. He studied and investigated many sacred areas in Bali the holy place reserved for agriculture. Sites in Bali defined by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage are Ulun Danu Batur Temple, situated at the end of the lake Batur, that’s the first water temple since the origin from all sources and rivers. Subak Landscape of all watersheds Pakerisan, which will be known as the oldest irrigation system in Bali.Subak Landscape of CaturAnggaBatukaru, attractions for tourist of Jatiluwih rice terraces is one of its parts.
Taman Ayun Temple, the best water temple with its famous architecture, exemplifies the complete expansion of the Subak system beneath imperial elements of Subak is covering the forests authorities of Bali from the 19th century. The components of Subak is covering the forests which the significance of water sources or water flowing which the importance of water sources or water flowing different sizes suggesting the temple diminished irrigating water control system throughout the temple declined soaking water control system. Subak Museum. To present young generation or tourists about the traditional irrigation system owned and is still used today by the farmers on the Island of Bali that’s to give young production or tourists about the conventional irrigation system owned and is still used today by the farmers on the Island of Bali launched the Subak Museum that is situated in Tabanan regency that intends to introduce young generations or tourists about the traditional irrigation system owned and is still used today by the farmers on the Island of Bali. Subak Museum. Within at the work of farmers in addition to audio visual shows are related actions in running Subak irrigation management.