Q. Why Bali(Indonesia) is Overrated?
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  • Anonymous

    because Indonesia has a variety of cultures


       

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  • vmanuel

    in Indonesia on the other side of the world. The flights last more than 24 hours. They cost more than $ 1,500 dollars one way. And you arrive with a jetlag that does not even count it.

    What to do in Bali? That is the question. The answer is: not much. Maybe visit a traditional loom and see how they make a batik. Buy a sarong (and, yes, men and women alike wear skirts). Listen to a musical interpretation of gamelan with local band. See a Hindu parade (Bali practices his own version of Hinduism). See Pity who are hungry dogs (seemingly harmless stray dogs). Dodge abundant Australian manufacturers who are on the island, since, for them, it is their Cancun.


       

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