Obama’s Bali outing includes museum visit, rice terraces, rafting adventure

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.

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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) 

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