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Munduk, a village in Banjar sub-district, Buleleng regency, hides a lot of surprises for a size of a village. This area has been known as the producer of clove for years, but its mountain view becomes the main beauty for its charm. Despite the fact that not many domestic people are familiar with this area, this place is quite popular for foreigner tourists, not only because of its mountain view, but also because of the waterfall which becomes the main attraction.
Six finalists competed for the title 'Slammer of the Year' at Unspoken Bali Poetry Slam.
More than 250 customers across Bali and Jakarta have entrusted their design and website development, mobile applications, and online business solutions at Timedoor Indonesia.
The United States is the dominant export market for Balinese silver handicraft products. The range is above 50 percent of Bali's total silver exports.
The Indonesian government focuses on developing and strengthening vocational education to produce skilled and qualified workforce.
Electric motorcycle ‘Gesits’ will soon be mass produced. The presence of the national electric motorbike Garansindo Electric Scooter ITS (Gesits) is believed to be accepted by the market.
He had ever a dream to hold a solo exhibition since 1980.
Five young writers from all over Indonesia were chosen after going through a tight curation stage.
12 Indonesian writers were selected to include their work in the Culture and Literacy Program at the 2019 London Book Fair.
This is also caused by the increasing of Public Relations experts needs in Australia.
Around 180 speakers from 30 countries consisting of writers, musicians, poets, dancers, directors, and artists from Indonesia and other countries will also participate in enlivening the 2018 Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (UWRF) which will be held on October 24 to 28 Ubud.
The painting entitled ‘Cute Dog’ by Saka Rosanta will be exhibited along with 31 other Indonesian disability artists on the event of ‘Festival Bebas Batas’ which holds from 12 to 29 October 2018 later, at the National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta.
For three months, visitors will be pampered with the artworks of contemporary artists from inside and outside of Bali that are characterized 'Denpasar City.'
This was the second time that the book which was written by Dewi Lestari had been awarded as the Book of the Year from the Indonesian Publishers Association (IKAPI) after the book entitled Intelegensi Embun Pagi (IEP) was also awarded in 2016.
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