The beauty of Bali the Island of Gods, among the world tourists is no doubt. Not only has tourist attractions that are still natural. Bali also has a unique culture. Penglipuran Village, located in Bangli which you can visit using Bali cab or Bali car rental service, is one of the attractions that can attract tourists. Every December the Penglipuran Village Festival (PVF) is held. PVF 2019 is an effort to improve the quality of the Penglipuran tourism village, as well as other villages in the Bangli region.
PVF cultural festival held by the community together. The Bangli Regency Government also manages the Penglipuran Tourism Village and has organized its 7th year.
This is also one of the Bali Recovery programs supported by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf).
Penglipuran Village is known as the first example of a tourist village in Indonesia known to be one of the Bali Tours destination. The village was awarded the Kalpataru award. In 2016 Penglipuran was chosen as the 3rd cleanest village in the world according to the international magazine Boombastic and in 2017 was awarded the 2017 ISTA (Indonesia Tourism Tourism Award) with the best ranking in the category of cultural preservation.
The latest awards, Penglipuran Bali and Pemuteran included in the Green Destinations Foundation's Top 100 Sustainable Destinations. PVF is held at the end of each year coupled with the welcoming of the new year. The series of PVF 2019 activities included an opening featuring the Bali Tempo Traditional Clothing Parade, Barong Ngelawang, and other Cultural Arts Parades, and various competitions.

jaje bali toursIn addition to nature and culture tourism, Bali also has a variety of foods that you can try while on Bali tours. By using the services of a Bali car rental you can go to a variety of Balinese specialties alongside the road with characteristics full of herbs and spices. It is undeniable when tasted, Balinese food
have a strong taste. Satay wrapped around Balinese rice mixed with lawar is a food that is often hunted by tourists who go to Bali. Even when hearing the names of these dishes, people are already familiar if they came from Bali. Even Bali is included in the 50 Best Cities in the World for tourists who are obsessed with street food, in 2019. The World's 50 Best Cities for Street Food-Obsessed Travelers' ranking is determined from CEOWORLD Magazine which is a business magazine with a class of reader segments on. Bali is ranked 45th out of 50 best cities. The data is the result of an annual survey of 92,000 business travelers and 1,400 corporate travel agents in 86 countries commissioned by CEOWORLD magazine. The study was conducted for three months, namely from 18 July to 19 September 2019. Cities ranked number 1 were Singapore followed by Bangkok, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh, Mumbai, Rome, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Mexico City, Portland, Dubai, Chicago, Seoul, Berlin, Paris, Istanbul, Los Angeles, Palermo, Tokyo and New Orleans. Cartagena in the next sequence continued Port Louis, Honolulu, San Francisco, Taipei, Marrakech, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Austin, Durban, Kingston, San Juan, Amsterdam, Havana, Fukuoka, Amman, Bogota, Osaka, Budapes, Athens, Miami , Delhi, London, Beijing, Bali, Cairo, Dakar, Sao Paulo, Barcelona and Kolkata.

The Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (UWRF) will be held again on October 23-27 2019 that you can visit during your Bali Tours. This year the theme raised was Karma. The festival initiated by the Swari Saraswati Mudra Foundation targets a minimum of 25,000 visitors.
This year UWRF will welcome more than 180 speakers from 30 countries. They will fill more than 170 programs such as discussions, special events, writing and cultural workshops, book launches, film screenings, art exhibitions to music shows.
Later, there will be three main locations that will host the main program, namely the Festival Hub at Taman Baca, Indus Restaurant, and the NEKA Art Museum. the three of which are located on Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Ubud that can be reach by using Bali car rental service.
This is the 16th year, where the festival has attracted the interest of internationally respected writers, artists, activists and players. In this festival, you can meet Tony Wheeler from Lonely Planet, author of Trainspotting Irvine Welsh, famous food writer, restaurant owner and famous chef Yoham Ottolenghi, bestselling author and New Yorker staff writer Susan Orlean, social historian Lucy Inglis, founder of Jakarta Foreign Correspondent Club Frank Palmos, and many others.