Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Bali Very Beautiful and Gorgeous

Tourism sector in Bali is the most developed and developing countries, but is still likely to be developed more modern. This area has a variety of attractions, both natural, historical and cultural tourism. Nature, for example, includes 47 attractions, such as panorama at Kintamani, Kuta Beach, Legian, Seminyak, Tanah Lot, Panida Nusa, Nusa Dua, Karang Asem, Lake Batur, Bedugul Lake, Sangieh Nature Reserve, West Bali National Park, and Garden Menjangan Island Marine.
Including 83 cultural tourism attractions, such as the type of art in Ubud, Tanah Lot sacred sites, Barong ceremony in Jimbaran and various art venues and galleries are now many popping up in several places on the island of Bali. Cultural tourism is growing rapidly, especially many works of art produced by painters and sculptors from Bali. Price paintings and sculptures made in Bali, the price could reach tens to hundreds of millions of dollars. In fact, there are some foreign artists who have long lived in Bali, such as Mario Blanko, Arie Smith, Rudolf Bonner and so on.
Similarly, historical tours, you can see some historical relics such as Karangasem kingdom, Klungkung and Buleleng. The potential for tourism in Bali that have contributed and foreign exchange revenues of Bali is still a potential to be developed to advance. Denpasar City is strategically has pretty good facilities in terms of services trade, and has an international airport, should be used for various purposes such as tourism and international trade services.
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    Flights to Indonesia said...

    Indonesia famous for it's beaches, greenery and landscapes...One of the best place in world for tourism. Thousands of tourists come each year for tourism. Indonesia have lot of attractions, if you visit Indonesia then you must visit borobudur, prambanan temple, lake toba...

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