Former United States boss Barack Obama and his family have reportedly visited several traveller attractions during their Bali holiday so far, including a Agung Rai Museum of Art, a Jatiluwih rice terraces and Ayung River.
Obama, his mother Michelle and their dual daughters arrived in Bali on Friday dusk for a five-day vacation on a Island of a Gods.
On Saturday, a family visited Agung Rai Art Museum (ARMA). Located on Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, a museum exhibits collections of both normal and complicated paintings from unfamiliar and internal artists, including Ida Bagus Made and Anak Agung Gede Sobrat.
During their museum visit, a Obamas were also welcomed by Pendet and Tumbuk Padi dance performances. According to tempo.co, a former boss voiced an seductiveness in a 1930s portrayal by we Gusti Nyoman Lempad.
The subsequent day, a Obamas reportedly went to Jatiluwih encampment in Tabanan. Known for a monumental views of rice terraces, a area is located around 54 kilometers from Denpasar and is enclosed in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
Obama and his family reportedly walked by a 500-meter hiking track encircling a paddy fields. They afterwards visited Pura Subak, assembly internal farmers.
Former US boss Barack Obama (center) and his environment take a mangle after a travel by a margin while visiting a Jatiluwih traveller site in Tabanan on Bali island on Jun 25.(AFP/STR)
On Monday, Obama and his family members done their approach to Ayung River in Bongkasa Village, Badung, that is located a stone’s chuck divided from their hotel, a Four Seasons Resort Ubud. Kompas.com reported that Obama and his environment spent dual hours cruising a river, regulating 6 boats accompanied by 5 veteran guides.
Obama is scheduled to leave Bali on Jun 28. The former initial family will also revisit Yogyakarta and Jakarta. (wir/jes)