Fun Egg Painting in Ubud

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Ubud is one of village in Bali, located in Gianyar District. Ubud also one of place that turned into an attractive tour destination. Talking about Bali cultures, arts, and nature beauty are all related to Ubud. Therefore, Ubud can conclude as one of important area in Bali.
With the condition of unspoiled nature, and cultural life of Ubud villagers is still cling with Balinese culture. Arguably, Ubud is the perfect place for you who want to enjoy the calm atmosphere of Bali, and also enjoy the hospitality of the Balinese people that has a difference in various cultures and art.

Do you know how to enjoy the beauty of Ubud? Of course you can learn about the cultures and arts at its environments, for example egg painting. So, have you ever tried to paint an egg?
People in Ubud use many kinds of eggs to be painted. They use chicken egg, Bebek Bali egg (or Balinese Duck egg), goose egg, cassowary egg and ostrich egg. Duck egg painting size used is approximately 4.5 cm until 5 cm. Goose egg painting use Javanese goose and swan eggs. Goose eggs are supplied from Java due to its difficult to find it in Bali. It size is approximately 10 cm. Cassowary egg painting use Irian Jaya cassowary egg, it size is bigger than goose egg, approximately 14 cm to 21 cm. Ostrich egg painting use ostrich egg which is directly supplied from Africa and Australia. Ostrich egg is the biggest egg from the others kind of eggs. It is approximately 19 cm to 22.5 cm.In addition we also accept orders to paint the Emu bird eggs and Alligator eggs.

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Motives that teach by the teachers are from the simple such as flowers, butterflies, animals, scenery and others. The cost to paint the egg will be adjusted by the number of people who studied painting and every person who will receive certificates.

Egg painting seems like unique activity that must be try. So what do yo waiting for?

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