Ubud, Bali Becoming The Most Sustainable Cities in the World
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Sat Aug 31, 2013|
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Opinions of foreign tourists was probably too often we hear. Well, recently, one of the cities in Indonesia made â€‹â€‹it into the top 10 categories of Most Sustainable Cities in the World. Which city is it?
Scored 89.1, the town of Ubud in Bali won the hearts of the respondents in a recent survey on the Most Sustainable Cities in the World hosted by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
In the magazine mentioned that Ubud is famous for its beautiful terraced rice fields that managed to attract many international tourists. In addition, the city located in southwest Bali was chosen because it has a lot of luxury accommodation but still close to nature.
Another factor that makes Ubud was chosen to be the most hospitable people of Ubud is an open and kind to the visitors. All this is further enhanced with a tranquil atmosphere and also full of positive aura.
Ubud is evidently managed to steal the attention of international tourists. Even Julia Roberts has ever come to Ubud for filming Eat, Pray, Love.
Meanwhile, the recent 20th season event model search America's Next Top Model come to the island and did a photo shoot in Ubud.
Ubud was ranked 9th in the survey. Ranks 9th is also populated by the city of Kilkenny, Ireland scored equal to Ubud.
Here is a list of the 10 most friendly city in the world by Conde Nast Traveler magazine:
1. Florianopolis, Brazil
2. Hobart, Tasmania
3. Thimpu, Bhutan
4. Queenstown, New Zealand
5. Charleston, South Carolina
6. Paro, Bhutan
6. Margaret River, Australia
8. Mandalay, Myanmar
9. Kilkenny, Ireland
9. Ubud, Indonesia
10. Chiang Mai, Thailand
Last changed: Sat Aug 31, 2013 at 10:40 am