Category: Culture/Tourism

Investment Opportunities

Exploring Bali’s Enchanting Heritage

Whispers of Time: Exploring Bali’s Enchanting Heritage 🌴🏛️

eyesonindonesia Bali, the Indonesian paradise, is renowned for its stunning beaches, lush landscapes, and vibrant culture. Beyond the sun-kissed shores, Bali boasts a rich historical heritage that captivates travelers. Let’s explore some of the most enchanting historic sites and monuments on this magical island: 1. Besakih Temple: The Mother Temple 2. Puri Agung Karangasem: A…
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Bali’s Aquatic Symphony: Thrilling Adventures Amidst Nature’s Beauty

Bali’s Aquatic Symphony: Thrilling Adventures Amidst Nature’s Beauty 🌊🏄‍♂️🌴

eyesonindonesia 🌊🏄‍♂️ Let’s dive into Bali’s exhilarating water sports, set against its natural beauty, with a focus on ecotourism. Let’s dive in! 🌴 1. Rolling Donut: Go Round & Round Bali’s Rolling Donut offers an adrenaline-packed ride. Imagine being pulled across the water on an inflatable donut-shaped boat, towed by a speedboat. It’s an easy…
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Bali Unveiled: A Journey Through Nature, Culture, and Culinary Bliss

Bali Unveiled: A Journey Through Nature, Culture, and Culinary Bliss 🌴🌊🌺

eyesonindonesia 🌊 Bali, an enchanting island located in Indonesia, is a tropical paradise that captivates visitors with its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or simply relaxation on pristine beaches, Bali has it all. Let’s dive into the magic of Bali across different aspects of life: 1.…
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The Philippines Tourism industry and sector

More than abundant Investment Opportunities eyesonthephilippines Amsterdam, June 24th 2024– The tourism industry in the Philippines offers a wide range of investment opportunities, driven by the country’s natural beauty, cultural wealth and hospitality.  Investments in infrastructure, ecotourism, accommodation and adventure and recreation services can not only deliver significant financial benefits, but also contribute to the sustainable…
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What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

What makes a good life?

Lessons from the longest study on happiness eyesonindonesia What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you’re mistaken. As the director of a 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on…
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Bali: A Haven for Investors and Startups

Investing in Bali: A Haven for Investors and Startups

eyesonindonesia / investing in bali Bali, Indonesia, is not just a picturesque island paradise; it’s a land brimming with opportunities for the astute investor and the innovative startup. With its vibrant culture, strategic location, and a government supportive of foreign investment, Bali presents a unique landscape where business dreams can flourish. Let’s explore how foreign…
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Hello? Who's on the phone?? Who am I talking to?

Hello? Who’s on the phone?? Who am I talking to?

Yes, this is your chatbot eyesonproject/Roland van der Vorst Amsterdam June 1, 2024– It won’t be long and we really won’t know anymore whether we are talking to a human or a computer. The machine watches and listens to us, and predicts what we want to hear. In the meantime, we think we are dealing…
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Who's afraid of the new Google?

Who’s afraid of the new Google?

eyesonindonesia Many websites have become accustomed to the fact that a significant portion of their visitors find them through the links that Google presents. Anyone who asks about an event in the news will end up on the website of a newspaper or other news medium. Anyone looking for a recipe for a festive vegetarian…
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Nusantara

Building Nusantara: Indonesia’s Vision for a New Capital

eyesonindonesia 1. The Relocation Endeavor: From Jakarta to Kalimantan Indonesia, a sprawling archipelagic nation, has embarked on an ambitious journey to shift its capital city from Jakarta to Kalimantan. This move aims to address pressing challenges faced by the current capital, Jakarta, which grapples with severe traffic congestion, air pollution, and environmental strain11. Let’s delve…
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The Four Extremely Sad and Very Bad Elephants

The Four Extremely Sad and Very Bad Elephants 

And the possible resurrection East-Timor Part II Nick Morris / eyesoneast-timor The people of Timor-Leste have lived on the island for over 40,000 years.  The first elephant, Portugal, saw them as a source of slaves and then colonized, waging war against local kingdoms and killing around 5 percent of the local population. Even as an overseas province,…
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