Badung is one of the nine districts in Bali becoming a popular destination among foreign travelers. It happens because the Badung district has very interesting culture in addition to magnificent panorama of the beach and river with a very strategic location.
Balinese culture has uniqueness. It is admired by international community because it cannot be found anywhere else. On that account, the cultural inheritance should get a priority. It is important to maintain the existence of Bali. Awareness of the importance of Balinese cultural inheritance is expected to be owned by all components. “When talking about keeping Bali, it is just enough for us to inherit the ancestral life, culture and ritual,” said Cokorda Ngurah Suyadnya, the owner of Cafe Lotus in Ubud.
The traditional sacred Balinese warrior dance known as Baris Cina that was first created in Renon, Denpasar is still practiced to this day. In fact, residents of Kelod hamlet, Renon are confident that the Baris Dance – believed to be influenced by Chinese culture, will continue to thrive long into the future. “Even today the public has great confidence that the Chinese Baris dance will remain strong because young people continue to vivaciously participate in staging performances of it”, said Chief of Renon Customary Village, 63 year old I Made Sutama.
There is a young designer from Ubud, Gianyar, whose exotic works provide various options to society in terms of fashion. His products are definitely varied beautiful, neat and attractive and have started to be taken into account on the national scene. Gianyar has given birth to another talented young designer: 31 year old Aam Hamanda,
Through his innovative works, he succeeded in beening named on of the best designers in the Adi Wastra Nusantara, a prestigious national couture event, held in Jakarta at the end of March 2016. “I never thought I could beat senior designers from all over Indonesia”, he said innocently.
In her daily life, this friendly woman named Putu Ayu Widayanthi is always cheerful and smiling. Understandably, as a hotel worker selling services she is always friendly to all guests, the boss and other employees. “I’ve been working at Legian Beach Hotel for almost eight years. Everything happens because of my love to this hotel,” she said while smiling.
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