“I dreamt of having this international career, but producers won’t come to Indonesia to look for talent when there is so much available in their own countries. I had to go there. I was curious, and I think it’s good to change. In Indonesia, we don’t have that much information coming in; it comes from just one source. And the Internet wasn’t as big as it is now.”—Anggun, a Notable Indonesian, in an interview with journalist Chuck Taylor from Billboard magazine in 1998.
Travel Date: 2018
Travel Budget: Php 10,000 per pax
Me and my husband have been hearing a lot about Bali, Indonesia. They said the beaches are beautiful and exceptional. However, Bali is more than its beaches. The rich cultural heritage of Bali is what really makes it exceptional.
Upon arriving at the airport of Bali, the Ngura Rai International Airport, you can truly feel that Bali is distinct from its neighboring countries. They have this distinct identity from others. Bali is not a modern province of Indonesia and did not sacrifice its cultural heritage for the development.
Basic Facts About Bali, Indonesia:
- Government: Officially the Republic of Indonesia
- Capital: Jakarta
- Currency: Indonesian Rupiah/IDR
- VISA: Free for Filipinos up to 30 days
FAMOUS TOURIST SPOTS IN BALI:
1. Tegalalang Rice Terrace
I must admit, I had this guilt feeling when I saw the Rice Terrace located in Ubud. Why? It was because I saw this first instead of our own Philippine Ifugao Rice Terraces.
It my own point of observation, the Tegalalang Rice Terraces is a compact and well maintained area
2. Tegenungan Waterfall
3. Batuan Temple
4. Barong Dance
5. Ubud Beach
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Agyaman kami! Dios ti Anggina!