Bali's Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park has been touted one of the island's premier venues for artistic performances, exhibitions, and conferences. There are facilities for all types of outdoor events: the Amphitheatre, the Street Theatre, the Plaza Kura Kura, the Exhibition Gallery and the Lotus Pond area; the last venue said to be able to accomodate 7500 people. There are a number of cafes and restaurants which dish out Indonesia, Oriental, or International cuisine,too and Warung Nyoman is said to be one of the popular place to sample traditional Indonesian food and to enjoy a panoramic view of south Bali. If you fail to locate that, perhaps you'd still procure joy by looking around at the local ladies in their traditional sarong and kebaya.The kebaya, by the way is a traditional blouse-dress combination worn by women in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Burma, Singapore and southern Thailand. The dress is Indonesia's national costume and is endemic to Java, Sudan and of course, Bali.
Can you spot the ladies in their traditional dress?