Bali Governor Posing With Arak Bali
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Arak's Ingredient : Sap From Coconut Tree
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Arak's Ingredient : Sap From Lontar Tree (Palm Family)
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Arak's Ingredient : Sap From Enau Tree
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The valley area of Agung Mount, Karangasem, East Bali, is the main producer of Balinese Arak
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For Balinese Hinduism, arrack is also a means of religious offering (libation). Similarly, they enjoy arrack in family gathering to establish or maintain friendship and a sense of brotherhood. Farmers in Bali countryside take advantage of arrack as a drink to maintain fitness and health after a day of struggling with water cultivating their crops in the rice fields. Drinking a shot (30 ml) of Balinese arrack per day during the day or evening is meant to warm up the body. Balinese people have local wisdom of drinking arrack as follows which has different names in accordance with the number of shot consumed.

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Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster, facilitates the purchase of local traditional Arak products from Marriot Group and The Apurva Kempinski.

Governor Wayan Koster of Bali witnessed the agreement between Marriott Group Hotel Bali, The Apurva Kempinski Hotel Bali, and PT Dewan Arak Bali to

Arak Bali has been designated as an Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) of Indonesia in 2022.

Arak Bali, along with eight other cultural heritages, has been designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Indonesia, providing national recognition and protection, and Governor

Governor Koster successfully introduced Arak Bali at the Groundwater Summit 2022 held in UNESCO Paris.

Governor Wayan Koster successfully introduced Arak Bali to delegates at the Groundwater Summit 2022 in UNESCO Paris, where they enthusiastically enjoyed its unique taste

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