badung tourism

In balance to the fast busy hustle bustle lifestyle, many also choose for a more layback style, a green movement. It has involved local communities in its sustainability efforts, providing education and training programs to help residents become more environmentally aware. From implementing a waste management program that includes recycling and composting to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. Many hotels and resorts in Badung have started to implement sustainable practices, such as using renewable energy, reducing water usage, and promoting local culture and traditions.

Further, another interesting aspect of Badung Regency is its cultural heritage. One of the best picks will be the Uluwatu temple because of its magnificent architecture, set on the stunning cliff-top overlooking the ocean with breath-taking magical sunsets, and a unique evening Kecak fire dance performance with the sunset rays of color as the background. While hanging out there, explore the Uluwatu Beach for surfing, swimming or as well miggle at the nearby beach clubs.

Badung is a fascinating and diverse region that offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in exploring the region’s cultural heritage, sustainable lifestyle movements to soaking up the sun on its beautiful beaches, or discovering its vibrant arts and crafts scenes, Badung is sure to captivate and inspire you.

“During BBTF 2023 we will outline the best of Badung as a vibrant regency in Bali. We hope to promote and focus on the authentic aspects of the local culture, local artisans as well as eco-friendly products and practices that bring economic value impact” I Putu Winastra, the head committee of BBTF 2023 and added the chairman of ASITA Bali Chapter .

Come and join us at BBTF and learn more about what you can contribute to quality and sustainable tourism.


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